Session | Opening the Black Box of ›Creative‹ Policies

Three Sessions at the AAG-Meeting in New York, February 24

Chairs: Iris Dzudzek, Bas van Heur, Peter Lindner

I Geo­gra­phies of Dif­fe­rence
II Ratio­na­li­ties, Logics, Prac­tices
III New Paths of Crea­tive Development

Opening the Black Box of ›Crea­tive‹ Poli­cies 1 — Geo­gra­phies of Difference 

• 8:00 AM Author(s): *Elea­nor Rae, MA — Uni­ver­sity of Toronto, Abstract Title: Con­dos in the Crea­tive City — The Toronto Case
• 8:20 AM Author(s): *Oli Mould — Uni­ver­sity of Sal­ford, Abstract Title: Hung, drawn and Cul­tu­ral Quar­te­red: A cri­ti­que of the cul­tu­ral quar­ter deve­lop­ment policy in the UK
• 8:40 AM Author(s): *Ali­son Bain — York Uni­ver­sity, Abstract Title: Plan­ning for Sub­ur­ban Cul­tu­ral Infra­struc­ture
• 9:00 AM Author(s): *Debo­rah Les­lie — Uni­ver­sity Of Toronto, *Norma Ran­tisi — Con­cor­dia Uni­ver­sity, Abstract Title: Crea­ti­vity and urban rege­ne­ra­tion: the role of La TOHU and the Cir­que du Sol­eil in the Saint-Michel neigh­bourhood in Mon­tréal.
• 9:20 AM Author(s): *Anne Lor­ent­zen — Aal­borg Uni­ver­sity, Abstract Title: Cul­ture and crea­ti­vity in regio­nal deve­lop­ment stra­te­gies. The case of North Denmark

Opening the Black Box of ›Crea­tive‹ Poli­cies 2 — Ratio­na­li­ties, Logics, Prac­tices
• 10:00 AM Author(s): *Cathe­rine Robin — Uni­ver­sity of Zurich, Abstract Title: Crea­ti­vity as Skin­ch­an­ger: The fle­xi­bi­lity of crea­ti­vity wit­hin labor con­texts
• 10:20 AM Author(s): *Peter Lind­ner — Uni­ver­sity of Frank­furt, *Iris Dzudzek — Depart­ment of Human Geo­gra­phy, Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main, Abstract Title: Governing vacancy in the name of crea­ti­vity? Con­flic­ting urban polici-es at work
• 10:40 AM Author(s): *Sebas­tien Dar­chen — Uni­ver­sity of Queens­land, Abstract Title: Crea­tive Poli­cies or Crea­tive Eco­nomy Poli­cies? The case of the Mul­ti­me­dia Indus­try in Bris­bane and Mel­bourne (Aus­tra­lia)
• 11:00 AM Author(s): *Peter Dirks­meier — Humboldt-Universität Ber­lin, Abstract Title: Crea­ti­vity as a medium: Insights from Bre­men
2/24/2012, from 12:40 PM — 2:20

Opening the Black Box of ›Crea­tive‹ Poli­cies 3 — New Paths of Crea­tive Deve­lop­ment
• 12:40 PM Author(s): *Cal­vin Tay­lor — Uni­ver­sity of Leeds, Abstract Title: The Poli­ti­cal Anti­no­mies of the Crea­tive Eco­nomy
• 1:00 PM Author(s): *Valé­rie Sau­ter — Insti­tute of Geo­gra­phy, Uni­ver­sity of Neu­châ­tel (IGG), Abstract Title: Mobi­li­zing art pro­duc­tion in urban deve­lop­ment: Nan­tes and its new »Crea­tive Arts District»
• 1:20 PM Author(s): *Soraia Silva — Insti­tute of Geo­gra­phy and Spa­tial Plan­ning, Uni­ver­sity of Lis­bon, Ana Este­vens — Insti­tute of Geo­gra­phy and Spa­tial Plan­ning, Uni­ver­sity of Lis­bon, André Carmo — Insti­tute of Geo­gra­phy and Spa­tial Plan­ning, Uni­ver­sity of Lis­bon, Isa­bel André — Insti­tute of Geo­gra­phy and Spa­tial Plan­ning, Uni­ver­sity of Lis­bon, Mário Vale — Insti­tute of Geo­gra­phy and Spa­tial Plan­ning, Uni­ver­sity of Lis­bon, Abstract Title: Reflec­ting on (Social) Crea-tivity, Approa­ching Real Uto­pias in Lis­bon
• 1:40 PM Author(s): *Jens Kaae Fis­ker — Aal­borg Uni­ver­sity, Abstract Title: Beyond Crea­tive Indus­tries: Mobi­li­sa­tion of Crea­tive Poten­tial in Sub­re­gio­nal Cen­tres
• 2:00 PM Author(s): *Kate Shaw, Dr — Uni­ver­sity of Mel­bourne, Abstract Title: 21st Cen­tury urban rene­wal: rethin­king local plan­ning regimes and their effects on the life of cities

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