Student Affiliate

Flandrine Lusson is a Ph.D Candidate in Urban Studies at the INRS. Her research focuses on the long-term impacts of memory of expropriation. Her case study is the Mirabel Airport (Quebec). She is using oral history and sensible mapping to understand the evolution of Mirabel’s territory. She holds a Master’s degree in urban sociology from the University of Strasbourg (France) and a bachelor’s in geography and urban planning from the University of Lille (France).