Published at: 31 January 2014
9th April 2014 - 4:30 and 6:30 pm / (Yellow Pavillon, Room 12)
Published at: 31 January 2014
Published at: 9 October 2013
BECOMING LOCAL SERIES (2013-2015) ISTANBUL MEETING (Nov, 20-23 2013)
Deadine for abstracts: October 21 2013
Local Coordinator: Burcu Yigit Turan, Thematic Group Coordinator: Ceren Sezer Hosting Institution: Ozyegin University
Please join us in the forthcoming first event of the Association of European Schools of Planning's Thematic Groupon Public Spaces and Urban Cultures within the "Becoming Local Series" 2013 to 2015 in Istanbul in Nov 20-23 2013.www.becominglocalistanbul.org
Published at: 9 October 2013
PUBLICATION: A THEMED ISSUE 'MARKETPLACES as an URBAN DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY' in BUILT ENVIRONMENT (OCT 2013) by FREEK JANSSENS and CEREN SEZER
A new themed issue on ' Marketplaces as an Urban Development Strategy' will be available soon in Built Environment in October 2013. (http://www.alexandrinepress.co.uk/default.php)
The editors of Built Environment are Sir Peter Hall, Professor David Banister and Dr Stephen Marshall
The guest editors of the themed issue are Freek Janssens and Ceren Sezer
Published at: 11 May 2013
‘BECOMING LOCAL’ – CALL FOR INTEREST
The Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP)
The Thematic Group ‘Public Spaces and Urban Cultures’ (TG PS-UC) / May 2013
The AESOP Thematic Group for Public Spaces and Urban Cultures hereby opens a call to different partner institutions, in Europe and beyond, to host the group’s future meetings in the years 2013 to 2015. After having dealt with the subject of “Conviviality” during the group’s meetings in Vienna, Ljubljana, Naples, Brussels and Lisbon, which took place in the period between 2010 and 2012, the new topic BECOMING LOCAL has been initially developed during the group’s meeting in Lisbon in December 2012. This umbrella topic complements the group’s preceding approaches and activities aimed at critically reflecting, analysing and discussing current trends and tendencies pertaining to public spaces and urban cultures in the field of urban research, design and planning. If you are interested in hosting an upcoming group meeting, please contact us at email@example.com until 21st June 2013.
Published at: 13 September 2012
AMBIVALENT LANDSCAPES, Sorting out the present by designing the future
Public Spaces & Urban Cultures Conference
Lisbon, 6th -7th December 2012
Ambivalence stands for the simultaneously contradictory and opposing perception of a given phenomenon, which despite disorienting in its manifestations, may be regarded as a condition from which to build renewed frameworks of analysis and criticism.
Recent trends in spatial, social and cultural processes show a growing sense of this ambivalence – in the coexisting patterns of spatial polarization and shrinkage, in the informal public spaces patched under recombining networks of individual and collective exchange, in the increasingly difficult access to social and physical infrastructures that (used to) support modern cities. These are the landscapes of a changing urban Europe. No longer confined to the City but ever more dependent on stronger spaces of citizenship.
Ambivalent landscapes are the common ground and the opportunity to address public space and urban culture in the face of an open and transdisciplinary perspective.
This is an invitation to scholars to participate with original papers on a multiple disciplinary basis – architecture and urbanism, social sciences and landscape, design and technology. Three trackswere designed to bringing together different approaches into a shared topic: Empty Cities, Collective spaces, Living infrastructures.
Published at: 31 July 2011
CALL FOR PAPERS
THE ASSOCIATION of EUROPEAN SCHOOLS of PLANNING, Ankara 2012
Annual Conference 11-15 July 2012 / Special Session AESOP Thematic Group Public Spaces and Urban Cultures (Under Conference Track / 9: Heritage, Urban Cultures, Urban Design)
Working Theme: “Conviviality”
Abstract submission deadline: 15 January 2012
Published at: 26 May 2011
The AESOP Thematic Group Public Spaces and Urban Cultures met to the coordinators of Human Cities Festival in a workshop in Ljubljana (Slovenia) to talk about the possible collaborations of these two working groups in the future. The workshops is organized and hosted by Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia.
For more information about the workshop please see our website: http://publicspaces- urbancultures.wikispaces.com
Published at: 11 May 2011
AESOP Thematic Group “Public Spaces and Urban Cultures”, Annual Meeting 11/2011
Local Coordinator: Gabriella Esposito De Vita, Thematic Group Coordinator: Nikolai Roskamm Hosting Institution: IRAT-CNR (National Research Council of Italy), Via Schipa 91, I-80122, Naples
Published at: 1 July 2010
INVITATION THEMATIC GROUP LAUNCHING EVENT, AESOP HELSINKI CONFERENCE, FINLAND
Date: Thursday 8th July, 5.30-7pm.
Place: Track10_SCCRP-T10, Room 22.
The newly established AESOP thematic group on Public Spaces and Urban Cultures is inviting you to the launching event to be held during the AESOP Annual Conference in Helsinki, Finland, in June 2010. Public spaces as arenas of social interaction are one of the vital elements of city’s public life as they play a significant role to bring together different groups of people from different cultural backgrounds regardless to aspects of class, ethnic origin, gender and age. Public spaces, however, are under the pressure of globalization, privatization at the macrolevel and of city image and marketing strategies as well as other private sector inspired regeneration strategies at the microlevel. During the phase of postfordist transitions, especially cultural approaches within the planning community have characterized debates on how to deal with this manifest pressures on public spaces. With rising rhythms of development. the degree of conflicts and fragmentation in public spaces – taken from a descriptive perspective – is changing. From a normative perspective, the role of public spaces as places for integration and democracy is, therefore, challenged and contested.
Please feel warmly invited to join us!
Published at: 30 June 2010
PUBLIC SPACE and THE CHALLANGES of URBAN TRANSFORNATION in EUROPE: POLITICS and CULTURE
European Conference, 10th and 11th November 2010, Vienna, Austria
CALL for Paper:
Dear Sir or Madam,
the Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space (http.//skuor.tuwien.ac.at) at the Faculty of Architecture and Planning at Vienna University of Technology invites academics as well as practitioners coming from various disciplinary fields to take part in the following call for conference contributions:
PUBLIC SPACE AND THE CHALLENGES OF URBAN TRANSFORMATION IN EUROPE: POLITICS AND CULTURE / European Conference, 10th and 11th November 2010, Vienna, Austria