Equality in the City : Imaginaries of the Smart Future. (Book, 2022) [WorldCat.org]
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Equality in the City : Imaginaries of the Smart Future.

Author: Susan Flynn
Publisher: Intellect, Limited 2022.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Interdisciplinary collection exploring cities and urban spaces in the context of technological and digital innovation. An approachable discussion of the issues surrounding smart digital futures and  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Flynn
ISBN: 9781789384642 1789384648
OCLC Number: 1322192199
Description: 232 p.
Contents: Introduction Susan Flynn Section 1: Urban Crisis1. Locked down in the neoliberal Smart City: A-systemic technologies in crisis. Eleanor Dare, Reader in Digital Media, Royal College of Art 2. If (equality). Delfina Fantini von Ditmar, Lecturer in Digital Research, Royal College of Art 3. Reading Lefebvre's right to the city in the age of the internet. Alan Reeve. Reader in Urban Design, Oxford Brookes University 4. Universities, Equality and the Neoliberal City. Richard Hayes. Vice-President, Waterford Institute of Technology Section 2: City Design 5. Universal Smart City Design. Eoghan Conor O'Shea, Lecturer in Universal Design and Architecture. Institute of Technology, Carlow, Ireland 6. The Design and Public Imaginaries of Smart Street Furniture. Justine Humphry, University of Sydney; Sophia Maalsen, University of Sydney; Justine Gangneux, University of Glasgow; Chris Chesher, University of Sydney; Matt Hanchard, University of Glasgow; Simon Joss, University of Glasgow; Peter Merrington, University of Glasgow; Bridgette Wessels, University of Glasgow 7. Co-creating Place and Creativity Through Media Architecture: The Instabooth. Glenda Caldwell, Associate Professor of Architecture, Queensland University of Technology 8. Narratives, inequalities and civic participation: A case for 'more-than-technological' approaches to smart city development. Niamh Moore-Cherry, Associate Professor of Urban Governance and Development in the School of Geography, University College Dublin; Carla Maria Kanyanen, Post-Doctoral Fellow, University College Dublin and Alma Clavin, Post-Doctoral Fellow, University College Dublin Section3: Spatial Humanism 9. Building Participatory City 2.0; Folksonomy, Taxonomy, Hyperhumanism. Carl Smith, Director of the Learning Technology Research Centre (LTRC) and Principal Research Fellow Ravensbourne University London; Fred Garnett, London Knowledge Lab and Manuel Laranja, Senior Associate Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of Lisbon 10. Psychogeography: reimagining and re-enchanting the smart city. Adrian Sledmere, Lecturer in Cultural Studies, University of the Arts, London 11. AfterwordRob Kitchin, Professor of Human Geography, National University of Ireland, Maynooth

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