A celebration of urbanism, this talk will share the layered narrative of cities. Commencing with her own nomadic life, Sharmishta will discuss how cities are much like breathing beings, shaping their inhabitants' identities and vice-versa. She will vocalize how cities , including internationally-minded ones like Geneva, can offer a plethora of different habitats for their residents to anchor to, localizing how one defines their own identity.
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