2014 Conference: Imagining the Suburbs
Thursday 19 to Saturday 21 June 2014, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
Professor Roger Keil, Professor at the Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University; Principal Investigator, Major Collaborative Research Initiative, Global Suburbanisms: Governance, Land and Infrastructure in the 21st Century (2010-2017).
Michael Rosen, author, poet, broadcaster and Professor of Children’s Literature at Goldsmith’s, University of London.
A provisional programme will be made available in early 2014
The Cultures of the Suburbs Research Network will host its 2014 conference, Imagining the Suburbs, at the University of Exeter, UK, from 19 to 21 June 2014. Please note, the CFP deadline has now passed.
How do we imagine / re-imagine the world’s suburbs in the twenty-first century? How do current concepts of suburban space and experience sit with past ideologies and future planning? And how do these vary across different regions and in different social and political contexts? Are the suburbs unimaginative and outdated, or are they spaces for progress and change? And what part do (or might) the ‘cultures of the suburbs’ play in shaping and representing these environments?
Please follow the link to book online.
Early Bird Registration is now open and will close on Monday 21 April 2014. After this, bookings will re-open with a standard registration supplement added.
Information for Delegates
The Draft Programme is available to view, however please note this is subject to change.
The Gala Dinner Menu for the dinner to be held on Friday 20 June.