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Friday, March 21 • 9:15am - 10:35am
FR1.09 Remaking the City: Concepts, Principles, and Proposed Solutions

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Moderator: Jonathan Davies, De Montfort University
  • The Problem of Problematizing Story in Urban Affairs Research
    Jack Appleton, Jackson State University
  • FM 1960 Rethink
    J. Craig Babe, University of Houston & Texas A&M University
  • Complexity Theory Concepts: An Open-ended Discussion of their Insights and Meanings for Urban Theory
    Nathanael Proctor Rosenheim, Texas A&M University

Presenters
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Jack Appleton

Jackson State University
Editor: Values in Sustainable Development, Routledge, 2014; working on a 2nd book- American Trends in Sustainable Development. My area of interest is conserving those areas that are still able to support diverse flora and fauna
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J. Craig Babe

University of Houston & Texas A&M University
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Nathanael Proctor Rosenheim

Texas A&M University

Moderators
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Jonathan S. Davies

Professor of Critical Policy Studies, De Montfort University
I am Professor of Critical Policy Studies in the Department of Politics and Public Policy at De Montfort. My research interests span critical issues in governance, state theory, urban studies and public policy. I am currently working on a variety of projects on crisis, austerity governance and contestation. From April 2015 I will be leading an international consortium of researchers in an ESRC funded eight-case comparative study of austerity... Read More →

Friday March 21, 2014 9:15am - 10:35am
Laurel (Contessa 2nd Floor)