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Dalia Milián Bernalis a doctoral researcher and lecturer in the School of Architecture, Faculty of the Built Environment at Tampere University in Finland. Her background is in the field of architecture and her current research focuses on the temporary uses of vacant and abandoned urban spaces in the context of Latin America. Delving into online arenas, following several cases, and applying different analytic methods of narrative inquiry, she aims to explain why temporary uses develop across Latin American cities and unearth their deeper meaning. Currently, she teaches socio-spatial aspects of sustainable architecture, critical urban theory, and since 2019, she coordinates the IFHP Urban Planning and Design Summer School in Finland. She is the co-founder of the collective-blog Interrogativa, a platform that discusses diverse urban processes through the perspective of women and their experience of urban space. dalia.milianbernal@tuni.fihttps://projects.tuni.fi/temporaryuses/