Final Call for Papers. Deadline Sun 25th Oct, 2015
This session will continue the interrogation of notions of creative placemaking started at the RGS 2015 annual conference, aiming to take this conversation to the US and broaden international and sectora/practice discussion.
Intellect Books will launch its ‘Mediated Cities’ book series with three volumes at the conference ‘Digital-Cultural Ecology and the Medium-Sized City’, April 2016. Bristol, UK.
The first volumes are:
Digital Futures and the City of Today: New Technologies and Physical Spaces. ISBN: 978-1-78320-560-8
Filming the City: Urban Documents, Design Practices & Social Criticism Through the Lens. ISBN: 978-1-78320-554-7
Imaging the City: Art, Creative Practices and Media Speculations. ISBN: 978-1-78320-557-8
The series is a cross disciplinary investigation of the modern, technologically laden, urban experience – its design, planning, representation, visualisation etc. It welcomes contributions from the perspective of urban design, planning, cultural studies, digital art, emerging technologies, social media, film, photography and more.
For details on the publications, see:
ICE Urban Design and Planning announces a themed issue for 2016 regarding urban design education.
For the first time in human history, the majority of the world’s population lives in urban areas. From European and North American post-industrial cities to expanding mega-cities in Africa, South America and Asia and from established and new ‘global’ cities to the many forms of urban sprawl, settlement patterns across the world are undergoing rapid changes that carry profound implications for people’s relationships to community, culture, politics, the economy and the environment.
The 2015 Urban Design and Planning themed issue will include papers about the ways urban design education are preparing the next generation of urban designers to address the global conditions noted above – and others as identified by authors.
The deadline for abstracts is 1 November 2015. The deadline for manuscripts is 1 February 2016.
To request further details and full journal guidelines, please contact:
Sarah Brown T: +44 20 7665 2249;