Simone Tulumello is a post-doc researcher at the University of Lisbon, Institute of Social Sciences and former Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the University of Memphis, Department of City and Regional Planning (2016). His research interests are: critical studies of urban security; planning theory and cultures; power and politics in planning; urban futures; neoliberal urban trends; Southern European cities and the geography of crisis.
- Tulumello. S. (2017). Fear, Space and Urban Planning: a Critical Perspective from Southern Europe. Cham: Springer.
- Tulumello. S. (2016). Reconsidering neoliberal urban planning intimes of crisis: urban regeneration policy in a “dense” space in Lisbon. Urban Geography, 37(1) 117-140.
- Tulumello. S. (2016). Towards a critical understanding of urban security within the institutional practice of urban planning: The case of the Lisbon Metropolitan Area. Journal of Planning Education and Research, online first.
- Tulumello. S. (2016). Multi-level Territorial Governance and Cohesion Policy. Structural Funds and the Timing of Development in Palermo and the Italian Mezzogiorno. European Journal of Spatial Development, 62, 1-23.