Hilde Nymoen Rørtveit is an Associate Professor in Geography at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). She teaches and supervises students in urban geography and landscape studies, and she is currently leading the Bachelor program in geography at the department. Rørtveit's research engages with people-place and people-nature relationships by empirically exploring various urban neighbourhoods and environments. Her works have focused on the Norwegian housing estate as a particular place and planning problem, and more lately on communities as arenas for inclusion, co-production and participation.
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