Meeting of the Thematic Group Public Spaces and Urban Cultures
Tuesday, 26 July, 13:30-14:30 EEST (Tartu time) (UTC +3, 12:30-13:30 CEST)
Forestry Building, Room 2A1
We will discuss the TG's activities and launch the new call for events 2022-2024 "Public Spaces, Urban Cultures and Constructing Peace" by having a lunch together. The local committee will provide lunch boxes directly to our room.
This year our TG has co-organized the Track#2 CULTURE. Contributions in this track are divided into in-person sessions, remote sessions, and pre-recorded presentations. Trying to hold these parts together and to arrive at the end of the conference with a unified Track#2 CULTURE reflection, we have organized meeting times to scan our work and share intent, materials, and thoughts, which will be:
Track#2 CULTURE Opening Session #5 “Everyday Life and Public Spaces”
Wednesday July 27th at 10:00-11:30 EEST (Tartu) time (UTC +3; 9:00-10:30 CEST)
Forestry Building, Room 1A5
Track#2 CULTURE Closing Session #10 “Tourism for spatial development”
Thursday July 28th at 12:00-13:30 EEST (Tartu) time (UTC +3; 11:00-12:30 CEST)
Forestry Building, Room 1A5
Book “Care and the city. Encounters with Urban Studies”
Within the Track#14 THEORY, TG member Angelika Gabauer (TU, Wien) will present the contribution “Spaces of Care: Redefining Spatial Justice from a Perspective of Care” about the book *Care and the city. Encounters with Urban Studies*, edited by Angelika Gabauer, Sabine Knierbein, Nir Cohen, Henrik Lebuhn, Kim Trogal, Tihomir Viderman, Tigran Haas, and published open access by Routledge.
Wednesday July 27th 17:16-17:38 EEST (Tartu) time (UTC +3; 16:16-16:38 CEST)
Forestry Building, Room 2B5
TG Representatives for the AESOP Annual Congress Tartu 2022 are:
(in person) Sabine Knierbein (TU, Wien -
(online) Christine Mady (Notre Dame University - Louaize, Lebanon -
You can find detailed information at the following links:
AESOP Annual Congress tartu 2022: https://aesop2022.publicon.ee/en/welcome/
Track#2 CULTURE abstract: https://aesop2022.publicon.ee/en/tracks/track-2/
Care and the city. Encounters with Urban Studies OA:
For any doubts, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Looking forward to meeting you in Tartu,
Christine, Matej, Sabine, Stefania, and Tihomir
Prof Thomas Hartmann will deliver his inaugural lecture as chair of Land Policy and Land Management at the Department of Spatial Planning, TU Dortmund University on 26th August 2022.
You can join the lecture in person or online. Please register by the 31st July: www.registration.bodenpolitik.de
The Planning, Law, and Property Rights Thematic Group will meet in Estonia during the forthcoming AESOP congress in Estonia (25 – 29 July) next week. The meeting will be led by Andreas Hengstermann and everyone is welcome!
Date: Thursday 28th July
Event title: AESOP Thematic Group meeting: Planning, Law, and Property Rights
Room: The meeting will be held in the same room as Track 3 LAW (room number not released yet).
Details can be found in the programme here: AESOP_programme_at_a_glance_04_07.pdf (publicon.ee)
You are cordially invited to join the next Thematic Group New Technology and Planning meeting
which will be held in Tartu on Friday 29 July 2022 at h 09:00 am.
Further information updated will be posted here a few days before the meeting.
SAVE THE DATE!!
- Parent Category: THEMATIC GROUPS
- Category: Planning Theories and Practices for the Global South & East
The first online meeting for the new AESOP Thematic Group Planning Theories and Practices for Global South Date: 15th July 2022 Time: 1500-1630 hrs (BST)
Dear AESOP Community,
Please join us for the first meeting of a new thematic group on “Planning theories and Practices for Global South”.
We are interested in exploring the topic in different constellations and from different perspectives, extending a warm invitation to the interested members to join the group. This group is expected to provide us with a common ground, enabling outreach for the entire AESOP community and beyond, on different occasions and from different perspectives. To initiate the dialogue, we will begin introducing our ideas and positions that inspired the emergence of the thematic group.
This will be followed by a brainstorming session to explore related topics, networks, projects, outcomes, and future activities. During the meeting, we will also register interests from various sub-groups, to take and lead thematic activities for the first couple of years.
Please note that this group is NOT limited to AESOP members and only those who are experts in planning within the contexts of the Global South. All are welcome to bring ideas and interests to our first online meeting at the margin of the AESOP congress.
With regards and thanks
Current Coordinator of the TG
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