Study Space: Evaluations of Human Habitats and Habits in the 2 1st Century, is an intensive series of workshops, held at diverse locations around the world, the goal of which is to acquire a deeper understanding of the legal, policy and human challenges posed by the global growth of megacities. Study Space intends, at various times and in different places, to provide a vehicle for progressive scholars and graduate students from varied backgrounds and disciplines to study, learn and seek to understand experientially this trend in all of its implications - for identity and self-determination, for participatory democracy, for equality and social justice, for human health, for the environment, for livable cities and for manageable land use.
"Foreward and Acknowledgements: About the STUDY SPACE Project,"
Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy: Vol. 4
, Article 3.
Available at: http://trace.tennessee.edu/tjlp/vol4/iss2/3