Seminaari: Contested Planning, Persuasive Storytelling

2018-08-15 10:00:00 2018-08-15 16:00:00 Europe/Helsinki Seminaari: Contested Planning, Persuasive Storytelling SCENSLECO-hankkeen järjestämän seminaarin pääpuhujana on Planning as persuasive storytelling -kirjan tekijä, emeritusprofessori Jim Throgmorton. http://www.aalto.fi/fi/midcom-permalink-1e87931c8b85ecc793111e8868f1fbfc3e29a809a80 Runeberginkatu 22-24, 00100, Helsinki

SCENSLECO-hankkeen järjestämän seminaarin pääpuhujana on Planning as persuasive storytelling -kirjan tekijä, emeritusprofessori Jim Throgmorton.

15.08.2018 / 10:00 - 16:00

Jim Throgmorton on Iowan yliopiston kaupunki- ja aluesuunnittelun emeritusprofessori ja uraauurtavan “Planning as persuasive storytelling”-teoksen kirjoittaja. 

Paikka
Aalto-yliopiston Töölön kampus, Chydenia, Runeberginkatu 22-24, sali G-111

Ohjelma
10-12 Keynote: Jim Throgmorton

13-16 Esitelmät

  • Lieven Ameel, Turku Institute for Advanced Studies, Turun yliopisto
  • Kaisa Granqvist, Aalto-yliopisto
  • Salla Jokela, Helsingin yliopisto
  • Mikko Kyrönviita & Antti Wallin, Tampereen yliopisto

Keskustelua johtavat Helena Leino Tampereen yliopistosta ja Raine Mäntysalo Aalto-yliopistosta.

Jim Throgmorton is Professor Emeritus of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Iowa. He has authored the groundbreaking “Planning as persuasive storytelling” that has inspired generations of planning academics and practitioners alike. His academic work concerns planning theory, persuasive storytelling, and the rhetorics of planning practice. Planning for sustainable places, history of urban and regional planning as well as innovative approaches to resolving conflicts are also amongst his academic interests. For his insights, he draws on his broad experience as a planner, a consultant, a researcher, an elected city councilman, and a human rights and environmental advocate.

SCENSLECO - Strategic spatial planning with momentum gaining scenario storytelling: legitimacy contested? is Academy of Finland -funded research project between Aalto University & University of Tampere in 2016-2019.