From "Conflict Management" to "Place Making". Why, how and what do we gain from it?
PhD Seminars - PhD Program in Urban and Regional Development
LONE SØDERKVIST KRISTENSEN
University of Copenhagen, Visiting Professor at DIST
FROM ‘CONFLICT MANAGEMENT’ TO ‘PLACE MAKING’
Why, how and what do we gain from it?
Lone Kristensen’s lectures will take point of departure in the question: How to move planning approaches from "conflict management" to ‘place making’? Based on collaborative planning experiences from rural Denmark she will provide perspectives on the possibilities and challenges of collaborative and placed planning approaches, including insight in processes and plan solutions and how to access planning outcomes.
- 26 May 2022 h. 14,30 - 16,30 Astengo Room - Castello del Valentino
Intro by C. Cassatella, discussion with Professor A. Voghera, F. Larcher
- 31 May 2022 h. 14,30 - 16,30
Intro by C. Cassatella, discussion with Professor L. Servillo, [other guests tbc]
This lecture series, open to the interested public, is organized by the PhD Program in Urban and Regional Development, in the framework of the DIST Excellence MIUR Project 2018-2022 «SDG11», and thanks to the visiting professor program. It follows up the PhD Excellence Course “Globalization and the Rural Landscape. Change Patterns and new Approaches to Planning”.
Lone Søderkvist Kristensen (University of Copenhagen, Dept. of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, Section Landscape Architecture and Planning) has more than 20 years of research and teaching experiences in Countryside Planning and Management. Her research topics include landscape changes in agricultural landscapes, farmers’ landscape behavior, agricultural policy, policy integration, agri-environmental policies, spatial planning, and participation and collaborative planning. During the last 10 years, her research has focused on the practice of collaborative and strategic planning targeted rural landscapes. She has co-authored two books on the topic of the collaborative and strategic planning (in Danish) and several articles in international journals.
Professor Claudia Cassatella.