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 THE 7th INTERNATIONAL URBAN GEOGRAPHIES

OF POST-COMMUNIST STATES CONFERENCE:  

A view on cities from elsewhere  

 

 Kyiv & Dnipro with Kryvyi Rih 

26-29 September 2017

Final CAT-ference Programme

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29.09.2017 Kryvyi Rih field trip

   

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28.09.2017 Closing session. Final panel discussionLuděk Sýkora (Charles University, Prague), Carola Neugebauer (RWTH Aachen University),                                           Örjan Sjöberg (Stockholm School of Economics). Moderator: Olena Denysenko (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv)

    

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28.09.2017 Sessions in Dnipro: “Cultural issues in the contemporary regeneration of cities in transition”, “Cities of heightened tension: contested identities, historical narratives and Cold War geopolitics in geopolitical fault-line cities”, “Emerging socio-spatial inequalities”, “Urban planning studies – shifting and persisting realities of urban planning  in CEE and beyond”, ”Green, smart and just? Sustainability and greening policies in post-socialist cities”

  

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28.09.2017 Dnipro field trips

  

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26-27.09.2017 Sessions in Kyiv: “From urban socialism to urban post-socialism, “Theorising cities from the Global East”, “The (post-socialist?) politics of geographical knowledge production: urban ‘creativity’ discourses and theory export in/from the post-socialist city”, “New perspectives on housing estates: planning, policy, and intervention to address persistent challenges”, “Public transportation: effective governance and urban practice”, “CEE “post-communist” cities in urban theory”, “Memory politics and the city”, “Urban physical transformations”, “Ethnicity and the city”, “Building solidarity under post-socialist conditions”, “Contemporary gentrification: different actors and locations”,                                   “View on cities: from mapping to parkour”, “Mobility and commuting in metropolitan areas” 

  

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26.09.2017 IJURR keynote lectures on gentrification: Hyun Bang Shin (London School of Economics), Joanna Kusiak (University of Vienna), Liviu Chelcea (University of Bucharest). Moderator: Matthias Bernt (Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space)

  

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26.09.2017 Opening session. Keynote lecture by Dr. Vlad Mykhnenko (University of Oxford) “East meets West – Urban Shrinkage with Chinese characteristics”  

  

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26.09.2017 Registration

  

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22.09.2017 Taylor and Francis have decided to support CAT by offering free access to the CAT theme issue of Geografiska Annaler B stemming from the Tbilisi 2013 CAT-ference. The theme issue was edited by Olga Medvedkov and Soso Salukvadze. Follow this link to gain access to the articles. It will be freely accessible until 31 October 

08.09.2017 In order to support to the CAT-ference and the CAT community in general, the publishers of Eurasian Geography and Economics, Taylor and Francis, have decided to offer free access to the Prague CAT-ference's theme issue on "Post-socialist cities and urban theory".

Follow this link to gain access to the articles. The articles will be available for free from now until 31 October.

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