Sasha Tsenkova is currently Professor at the International Development of the University of Calgary (Canada). She holds a PhD in Architecture (Technical University, Prague), a PhD in Planning (University of Toronto), MA in Urban Studies (University of Sussex) and MArch (Sofia University). Over the last 25 years she has taught at the universities in Toronto, York and Calgary and has been a visiting professor in Sweden, Scotland, Latvia, the Netherlands, and the United States.
Dr Tsenkova specialises in urban planning, housing policy and comparative urban development. Her research and professional activities for the World Bank, Council of Europe and the United Nations include a range of housing and urban projects in more than 20 countries in Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America and Central Asia.
She is the author of 15 books and research monographs and over 80 articles, book chapters and research reports on urban policy, regeneration, urban sustainability and housing policy. Her scholarship is internationally recognised by a number of prestigious awards for international scholars, such as Killam Fellowship, Urban Studies Fellowship, Sasakawa Scholarship, International Peace Scholarship, and British Council Award.
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