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【學術研討】2017「質疑現代性空間: 非正式性與城市」研討會

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張貼人:呂適仲公告日期:2017-05-18
 「質疑現代性空間: 非正式性與城市」研討會

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壹、研討會主旨

    亞洲新興國家從1990年代起紛紛朝向企業化都市發展,致力積累都市土地資本以形塑城際競爭優勢,在發展導向之都市治理模式下,存在著各種非正式經濟活動與空間形式,從典型之攤販、違建、未登記工廠,到當代更多樣的地下經濟,如加水站,Uber等等。這些非正式活動由下到上地支撐起台灣特有之經濟現代化,繼而接軌全球化脈動;非正式性可說是台灣現代性都市地景之前身、原型,卻也是官方治理之挑戰與課題。因此解讀台灣當代建築、景觀、與都市設計,不能忽視「都市非正式性」(urban informality)形塑空間與城鄉樣貌之重要角色。

    緣此,輔仁大學景觀設計學系將於2017年11月18、19日(六、日)預計舉辦一個國際研討會,主題便是「質疑現代性空間: 非正式性與城市」,公開向各界徵求論文投稿,探討各種地理區域脈絡下之都市非正式性。大會並邀請美國、澳洲、新加坡、香港四位知名學者演講,是一個精采可期的學術交流場域,誠摯邀您共襄盛舉。中英文投稿均可,邀稿的子題分為: 
 貳、研討議題 (列舉但不限於)
◆ 地下經濟、無照服務、街頭商業等與其空間地景 
◆ 庶民或非專業者營造、違建住宅、違章工廠聚落等與其都市計劃議題 
◆ 自然環境、基礎設施網絡、生態與農業、城市資源、能源之非正式生產與消費 
◆ 日常休閒、藝術、移動、交通與各種活動之非正式型態與都市空間 
◆ 橫跨或結合以上議題,或其他討論現代性、非正式性與城市之研究
 參、主題講者
Tim Bunnell     新加坡國立大學地理學系副教授
Kim Dovey       澳洲墨爾本大學建築與都市設計系教授、系主任
Jeff Hou 侯志仁 美國華盛頓大學景觀建築系教授、系主任
Jun Wang 王珺   香港城市大學公共政策系助理教授

肆、投稿方式

來稿以中文或英文書寫,英文投稿請繳交英文摘要,中文投稿者須同時繳交中文與英文摘要,全文字數中文以一萬五千字以內,英文一萬字以內為原則(必要時可增加)。並以Word檔傳送。摘要須包含以下內容:

論文題目:以15字為限
作者: 姓名、服務單位或就讀學校、通訊地址、電話、email
關鍵詞:不超過五個
摘要內容: 以五百字為限,簡述研究背景、目的、問題與研究方法。

伍、主辦單位

輔仁大學景觀設計學系

陸、研討會地點

輔仁大學

柒、重要時程
摘要截止:2017年6月30日 
全文截止:2017年9月15日 
研討會日期:2017年11月17-18日

捌、聯絡人

摘要與全文檔請寄至 fjula.2017@gmail.com

相關諮詢:研討會助理 許紋綾 Tel: 02-2905-2391; 0975-132-020

Call for papers
“Questioning the Space of Modernity: Informality and the City” conference

 BACKGROUND 
Critics have observed a rise of entrepreneurial urbanization in different Asian cities since the late 1990s. Along this growth trajectory, we have also witnessed a great collection of urban informality, from street vending, squatter housing to unregistered manufacturing, that has formed the backbone of Asian economic modernization. Given that international scholars have discovered a newfound interest of urban informality in both developing and developed countries, the Department of Landscape Architecture of Fu Jen Catholic University wants to organize an interdisciplinary conference—Questioning the Space of Modernity: Informality and the City—addressing the pressing issues of informal urbanism and its influence on urban development process in various geopolitical contexts.

SCOPE and THEMES
We invite you to submit the abstracts and full papers. The word limit of the paper is 10000 words or so. Topics on urban informality include (but are not limited to):

  1. Underground economy, unlicensed services, street business and the spaces and landscapes formed
  2. Laymen or non-professional building, unlicensed construction, illegal or irregular housing/factories, squatting, and their urban planning issues
  3. Informal production or consumption of nature, networked infrastructure, agriculture, ecology, energy, and environment.  
  4. The informality in everyday life including leisure, art, mobility, transportation and urban space/culture they create
  5. All the other topics on modernity, informality and cities

Authors are invited to submit abstracts in English. For authors who submit Chinese papers, both Chinese and English abstracts need to be submitted. The abstracts and papers should be sent in Word format. All abstracts should include the following:

Title: 
Preferably less than 15 words.
Author(s): 
Authors’ names, surnames, affiliated organization/company, and contact details including phone/fax number, e-mail and full postal address.
Keywords: 
Provide up to 5 keywords.
A brief summary of the paper:

Provide a no more than 500 words summary outlining relevant background, problem addressed, research objectives, and the methodology used.
 
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

 Tim Bunnell, Associate Professor, Department of Geography, National University of Singapore , Singapore

 Kim Dovey, Professor and Chair, Department of Architecture and Urban Design, the University of Melbourne, Australia

 Jeff Hou,Professor and Chair, Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Washington , USA

 Jun Wang,Assistant Professor, Department of Public Policy, City University of Hong Kong , Hong Kong

HOST

Department of Landscape Architecture of Fu Jen Catholic University

VENUE

Fu Jen Catholic University, New Taipei City, Taiwan

IMPORTANT DATES

  • June 30, 2017               Deadline for submission of abstracts.
  • September 15, 2017        Deadline for full papers.
  • November 17-18, 2017          Conference

 CATACT US:
Abstract and paper should be sent to: fjula.2017@gmail.com

Assistant: Ms. Winnie Hsu   Tel: +886-2-2905-2391; +886-975-132-020

 
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