Daniel Paiva

9—10 January 2020 // The Sonic Ecology of the Tourist City

Daniel Paiva is a cultural geographer. He is currently working on the research project ‘Sounding Lisbon as Tourist City: Sound, Tourism and the Sustainability of Urban Ambiances in the Post-Industrial City’ (PTDC / ART-PER / 32417/2017) of the Institute of Ethnomusicology – Center for Studies in Music and Dance (INET-md) at the School of Social and Human Sciences of NOVA University of Lisbon. Daniel Paiva has also been a researcher at the Center for Geographic Studies of the University of Lisbon since 2011, having collaborated in various research projects in the area of urban, cultural, and historical geography (Chronotope, Agora, NoVOID, Geographical Knowledge, Phoenix). Daniel Paiva’s research focuses on the experience of urban space, with emphasis on the experience of time, sound, and urban nature. His studies have been published in several journals, such as Geography Compass, Urban Geography, Social and Cultural Geography, Cultural Geographies, Journal of Historical Geography, Space and Culture, Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, and Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie.