Urban Creativity Seminar

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Details

Title Urban Creativity Seminar
Person and role
Description Walking Seminar with Margarethe Kusenbach.

Margarethe Kusenbach, Associate Professor of Sociology at University of South Florida, is a pioneer of the go-along as an ethnographic tool, and the seminar focused on walking as a research method. The seminar began at the Pufendorf Institute for Advanced Studies, but took participants on a walk in Lund.

This was the final Urban Creativity Seminar of the term, but the seminar series continues in autumn of 2019.


Date/period

2019 May 29

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Humanities
  • Social Sciences
  • Engineering and Technology

Keywords

  • urban creativity, urban kreativitet, street art, gatukonst, graffiti, parkour, territoriality, gentrification, urban regeneration, methodology, the publicness of urban public space, public space, go-along, research methods, research method
Related organisations
  • University of South Florida; Department of Sociology

Description

Walking Seminar with Margarethe Kusenbach.

Margarethe Kusenbach, Associate Professor of Sociology at University of South Florida, is a pioneer of the go-along as an ethnographic tool, and the seminar focused on walking as a research method. The seminar began at the Pufendorf Institute for Advanced Studies, but took participants on a walk in Lund.

This was the final Urban Creativity Seminar of the term, but the seminar series continues in autumn of 2019.


2019 May 29

Urban Creativity Seminar

Duration2018 Oct 1 → …
CityLund
CountrySweden
Degree of recognitionInternational event

Event: Seminar

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