Feltrinelli Camp 2018 Edition
A two-day international workshop for young European researchers in the field of Urban Studies
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, in collaboration with DAStU – Department of Architecture and Urban Studies (Politecnico di Milano) and the International pharmacy online no prescription Panel on Social Progress (Princeton/Paris) encourages junior researchers in the field of urban studies to attend the first international immersive workshop to be held in Milan (Italy), 16-17 February Feltrinelli Camp 2018.
Here are the important upcoming dates for the next EURA Conference:
14.02.2018 – 15.05.2018: Early registration (open)
15.05.2018 – 10.06.2018: Late registration
01.06.2018: Deadline full papers
Please save the date.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact the EURA secretariat or the local organizer (email@example.com).
The first workshop in Bensheim, Germany, from November 24th-26th, 2017 was great.
Other information concerning the workshop are available here.
The next online workshop of the network took place on the Greek island of Hydra between May 10th-13th, 2018. Here you can see the participants of the 2nd LSSR Workshop.
55th International Making Cities Livable Conference on Healthy, 10-Minute Neighborhoods
In 1985, when these conferences began, there was no discussion at other planning or architectural conferences, or even at the League of Cities Conferences about making our cities more “livable”. Only the IMCL Conferences focused attention on the importance of making cities livable for children first, the need for public transit, bicycle lanes, and traffic calmed streets, for human scale architecture and mixed use urban fabric, for reviving the city center and creating public places where people top online pharmacy could gather for farmers markets, festivals, outdoor cafes and community social life.
Paper proposals are invited from elected officials, scholars and practitioners concerned with issues such as the following (only some examples):
- Active mobility, walkable, bikeable streets
- How the built environment (or nature) affects health
- Neighborhood plazas, sociable squares
- Streets for people, “Eyes on the Street”
If you wish to present a paper, please submit a 250 word abstract for consideration before November 33, 2017. Please submit online here and take a look at the additional information.
This conference brings together academics from across the world around the issues of sustainability and resilience in cities. It is multi-disciplinary and invites architects, planners, engineers and urban designers. It also welcomes geographers, sociologists, urban economists, housing specialists, and more.
The reason for bringing drugstore online these disciplines together around the sustainability and resilience of cities is simple: we cannot solve problems in isolation.
Possible Formats include:
Pre-recorded video (20 min); Skype (20 min); Conference Presentations (20 min); Written Papers (3,000 words)
Deadline for Abstract submission: 1st December 2017
This event will offer the opportunity for scholars from Europe, as well as from around the world, to contribute to the exchange of experiences, ideas and knowledge regarding planning in the 21st century, in particular in relation to the congress buy pills theme: Making Space For Hope. Click here for more information and here for the program overview.
Gothenburg, Sweden: 10th-14th July 2018 (Registration opens in December)
The theme of the IRSPM 2018 conference at the University of Edinburgh Business School, in Edinburgh (Scotland), is creating and co-creating value in public service delivery. One of the key debates in the public management community is about the ‘value’ that is created by public services. This debate has included elements concerning, among others:
- What this value comprises and for whom (services users, citizens, or the community)
- How is it understood by different stakeholders
- The balance and potential conflicts both between buy zoloft online individual and public value and between the values underpinning public services and the value that they add to citizens and society
- The processes through which it is designed into public service systems, and organizations
- How it might be evaluated
To submit an abstract please visit https://irspm2018.exordo.com/login and follow the instructions. Authors will be notified of the outcome by 24th November 2017. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for submission: 20th October 2017
On behalf of the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) and the Faculty of Spatial Planning Technische Universität Dortmund, we would like to invite you to a lecture by Emmanuel Moulin and Tobias Kettner, ‘The Future of the European City in the Global Perspective’.
This is the twelfth event in the Lecture Series by well-known planners, policy-makers and other buy cialis online ‘urban thinkers’, which has been initiated by AESOP and IFHP in the framework of respectively the Silver Jubilee (2012) and Centenary (2013). The lecturers have been asked to present their ideas on ‘new vision’ for planning and territorial development. The lecture will be rounded off with a question and answer discussion with the audience.
Date: 20th October 2017
Time: 4 pm
Place: Dortmunder U (University Floor, Leonie-Reygers-Terrasse), in Dortmund, Germany.
This conference wants to discuss whether, and to what extent, are the global society and space moving toward a state of generalised and planetary, if creeping, apartheid – borrowing on ideas of Agier (2014), Brenner (2013), and Yiftachel (2009). Settler colonialism is becoming a global and transnational phenomenon (Veracini 2010; Wolfe 1999), apartheidisation represents one of its forms in a continuous relationship with other political forces/processes, and in the consolidation of multiple (in)visible borders.
The set of questions to discuss includes, but is not limited to:
- What are the political dimensions of planetary apartheid? Is it a (global, order generic amoxil locally shaped) political project? Or another dimension of the post-political (Wilson and Swyngedouw, 2014)?
- Is planetary apartheid the consequence of an excess of human beings with no place in the current socioeconomic system (Bauman 2004)?
- Or are such different forms of apartheid rather the place where the ‘political’ (cf. Mouffe, 2000) is again alive and kicking, by taking modes and strategies for instance in the form of insurgence (Roy, 2009)?
- How are contemporary cities being reshaped by processes of in(voluntary) inclusion/exclusion and fragmentation?
When: 9th-11th May 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal
Deadline for abstract submission: 1st December 2017