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CITY http://www.yorku.ca/city Tue, 27 Sep 2016 17:56:22 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Switching Tracks with Roger Keil and Sean Hertel http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4908 http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4908#respond Tue, 27 Sep 2016 17:42:39 +0000 http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4908 In this presentation Roger Keil and Sean Hertel talk about Toronto’s systemic segregation, the difference between equality and equity, transit equity, the Metrolinx $50 billion…

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In this presentation Roger Keil and Sean Hertel talk about Toronto’s systemic segregation, the difference between equality and equity, transit equity, the Metrolinx $50 billion dollar plan to counteract structural inequities, as well as tools and methods to bring about equity.

Watch the video here:

https://vimeo.com/170661547?ref=tw-share

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The City Seminar: “Urban Regeneration: Governance and Innovation – The Arts District in Los Angeles and the Lyon Confluences Project (France)” http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4901 http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4901#respond Tue, 27 Sep 2016 17:35:31 +0000 http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4901 The City Institute at York University (CITY) presents: THE CITY SEMINAR: An interdisciplinary series of presentations and discussions on urban landscapes, past and present.

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The City Institute at York University (CITY) presents: THE CITY SEMINAR: An interdisciplinary series of presentations and discussions on urban landscapes, past and present.

“Urban Regeneration: Governance and Innovation – The Arts District in Los Angeles and the Lyon Confluences Project (France)”

presented by Dr. Sébastien Darchen, Lecturer in Planning, University of Queensland

Friday October 7, 2016
12:30 – 2:00 pm
Room 305, York Lanes, York University

Dr. Sébastien Darchen joined the School of GPEM (University of Queensland) in 2011 after being affiliated with the Faculty of Environmental Studies (York University, Toronto) from 2009 to 2011. Previously, he was a post-doctoral fellow at the Canada Research Chair on the Socio-Organizational Challenges of the Knowledge Economy (Teluq-UQAM, Montreal) from 2007 to 2009. He holds a PhD in Urban Studies (INRS-UCS, Montreal) obtained in 2008.

Dr. Darchen’s main research focus is on the governance of urban regeneration using Australian, American and French cities as case studies. In a similar vein, he has particular interests in globalisation and comparative urbanism. Another major research interest centres on the localisation patterns of creative industries in Australian cities focusing on the video game industry and recently on the music industry. Dr. Darchen is an Adjunct Faculty at the Faculty of Environmental Studies (FES) YorkU and a Faculty member of the City Institute (YorkU) in Toronto.

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CITYTALKS: “Unpacking Shifts in Berlin’s Cultural Ecology: New Actors, New Communities, New Policies” http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4898 http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4898#respond Tue, 27 Sep 2016 17:29:09 +0000 http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4898 presented by Friederike Landau, Center for Metropolitan Studies, Technical University Berlin

Friday September 30, 2016
1:00 -2:00 pm
764 Kaneff Tower

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presented by Friederike Landau, Center for Metropolitan Studies, Technical University Berlin

Friday September 30, 2016
1:00 -2:00 pm
764 Kaneff Tower

The presentation sketches out the changing composition of Berlin’s cultural policymaking community: Since the 2010s, various attempts of the Berlin Senate Chancellery for Cultural Affairs (SKA) to engage with actors from the independent cultural scenes have not brought about much constructive dialogue or material improvements for the latter. When the Koalition Der Freien Szene (KFS) emerged as a new collective actor in Berlin’s art field (2012), the relationships between the cultural administration SKA and the independent scene significantly changed. Unlike pre-existing artist-led organizations and formations such as the discursive think-tank Haben und Brauchen, the Netzwerk freier Berliner Projekträume und –initiative (NBPI), lobbying for maintaining the variety of ephemeral artistic production and presentation spaces in the city, and Rat für die Künste, an advisory board with cultural institutions and practitioners, KFS gained a strong influence in designing new policies together with SKA. Via a systematic content analysis based on qualitative interviews with spokespeople from the transdisciplinary Koalition der Freien Szene, the multiple organizational and personnel entanglements of this new cultural policy stakeholder will be investigated. It is argued that through the emergence of this new cultural protagonist, Berlin’s cultural governance arrangement underwent a significant change and brought forth a new policy network, engaging precisely the mentioned actors from the independent scene and the administration.

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SUBURBSTALK: Understanding the ‘Irrational’: The Contemporary Form of the Turkish State Through an Analysis of the Housing Market http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4895 http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4895#respond Tue, 27 Sep 2016 17:22:51 +0000 http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4895 presented by Ezgi Dogru, Political Science, York University

Wednesday, September 21st, 2016: 2:00pm-3:00pm
Room 280A, York Lanes, York University

With reference to the field …

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presented by Ezgi Dogru, Political Science, York University

Wednesday, September 21st, 2016: 2:00pm-3:00pm
Room 280A, York Lanes, York University

With reference to the field work that she conducted in 2014 and 2015 in Istanbul and Ankara, the presenter will discuss how the Turkish Mass Housing Administration (Toplu Konut Idaresi [TOKI]) was first advertised as an institutional remedy for the affordable housing problem ‘targeted to the masses,’ and turned out to be an ‘over-capacitated’ state institution which blurs the distinction between public and private spheres.

Havva Ezgi Dogru is PhD candidate in the Political Science Department at York University who specializes in urban politics, political economy and comparative politics. Her doctoral project entitled, The ‘Benevolent Hand’ of the Turkish State: Turkish Mass Housing Administration, State Restructuring and Capital Accumulation in Turkey, explores the Turkish State’s contradictory role in the housing market.

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How transit hubs can spur dense development http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4884 http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4884#respond Tue, 02 Aug 2016 20:25:42 +0000 http://city.apps01.yorku.ca/?p=4884 Roger Keil provides insight into transit hubs in the Globe and Mail article, “How transit hubs can spur dense development.”

“We need to build out these hubs as more …

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Roger Keil provides insight into transit hubs in the Globe and Mail article, “How transit hubs can spur dense development.”

“We need to build out these hubs as more than just classical bedroom communities, with some bike paths and a yoga studio attached. That’s not going to cut it,” says Roger Keil, York University research chair in global sub/urban studies. “We’re going to have to create employment centres there.”

Click here to read the full article.

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Transit equity article in the Ontario Planning Journal http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4879 http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4879#respond Tue, 28 Jun 2016 19:16:34 +0000 http://city.apps01.yorku.ca/?p=4879 Michael Collens and Sean Hertel have published an article in the July/August issue of the Ontario Planning Journal called “Public Transit and the Public Good.” You

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Michael Collens and Sean Hertel have published an article in the July/August issue of the Ontario Planning Journal called “Public Transit and the Public Good.” You an access it here if your have a membership.

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Forget downtowns and suburbs: the ‘in-between cities’ are where it’s at http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4873 http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4873#respond Sun, 26 Jun 2016 22:04:29 +0000 http://city.apps01.yorku.ca/?p=4873 Jim Brown from CBC radio’s 180 talks to MCRI principal investigator, Roger Keil, about the “in-between city.” Click here to listen to the broadcast.

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Jim Brown from CBC radio’s 180 talks to MCRI principal investigator, Roger Keil, about the “in-between city.” Click here to listen to the broadcast.

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MCRI researcher in the media http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4756 http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4756#respond Tue, 14 Jun 2016 18:23:53 +0000 http://city.apps01.yorku.ca/?p=4756 MCRI researcher Roger Keil has been quoted in two recent articles on the suburbs:

Ahmed-Ullah, Noreen. (June 3, 2016). “How Brampton, a town in suburban Ontario, was dubbed

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MCRI researcher Roger Keil has been quoted in two recent articles on the suburbs:

Ahmed-Ullah, Noreen. (June 3, 2016). “How Brampton, a town in suburban Ontario, was dubbed a ghetto.” The Globe and Mail.

To view article click here.

“It’s an interesting case because you have this clustering and clumping of particular people through market processes and social relationships,” says York University professor Roger Keil, who researches global suburbanization. “Immigrants from a particular ilk living together – that’s the common history of immigration from the Lower East Side of New York City to 19th-century Vienna.”

“Cities Are Not as Big a Deal as You Think.” UNDARK.

To view article click here.

“Roger Keil, an environmental studies professor at York University in Toronto, began discussing this idea with several colleagues following the release of the 2007 UN report. They realized that most public discussion about the current “urban century” focused on “the couple of square miles around city centers,” he says. Yet most urban dwellers today — as well as the three billion more expected in the future — are likely occupying suburban areas. “Why are we not talking about these suburban expanses?” he wondered.”

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“Challenging Traditional Notions of Property in Land Use Planning” http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4722 http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4722#respond Wed, 18 May 2016 19:30:21 +0000 http://city.apps01.yorku.ca/?p=4722 Interdisciplinary Workshop, York University June 9-10, 2016

This workshop, supported by Osgoode Hall Law School and The City Institute at York University, is aimed at early career…

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Interdisciplinary Workshop, York University June 9-10, 2016

This workshop, supported by Osgoode Hall Law School and The City Institute at York University, is aimed at early career scholars in law, geography, urban studies and other cognate disciplines.  The goal of the workshop is to rethink, challenge, and critique ‘traditional’ forms of property, in theory and practice, within the context of land use planning. Property in the common law tradition is conceived as a right to something, whether physical or not, that is disconnected from the object or idea itself. Property interests are almost always hierarchical and exclusionary.

An emerging body of critical legal scholarship posits that the right to exclude should not be considered the core of private ownership, arguing instead that property is rooted in more a complex set of social relationships. Interdisciplinary legal geography scholarship similarly challenges the hierarchical and exclusionary notions of property law and instead embrace a plurality of legal orders and a messy collection of interests. Land use planning conflicts over privately owned land can be used to reveal the complexity of contemporary property relations. A critical challenge is to confront complex property rights that exist in built environments, triggering multiple actors such as local and provincial governments, First Nations, land developers, neighbourhood associations, and the public. At the same time, legal systems acknowledge that persons are entitled to equal treatment within the applicable administrative and political bodies that shape and resolve planning disputes. To effectively resolve conflicts related to spatial development, a deeper understanding of the complex interactions between land use planning, governance models and resulting property rights is required.

This two-day interdisciplinary workshop will showcase the work of Nicholas Blomley (Professor, Simon Fraser University), Gerda Wekerle (Professor Emeritus, York University), and Mariana Valverde (Professor, University of Toronto) as keynote speakers. The workshop will include four thematic workshops, each with 3-4 participants and faculty discussants who will provide feedback on the papers. Workshop papers may be submitted to the Journal of Law & Social Policy published by Osgoode Hall Law School.

If you are interested in attending, please contact Alexandra Flynn (aflynn@osgoode.yorku.ca).

Keynote speakers:

Nicholas Blomley (Professor, Simon Fraser University)

Mail AttachmentNicholas Blomley is Professor of Geography at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. He is a geographer, with a general interest in law, and a particular interest in property in land. His work includes the tracing of property in many conflicts and social relations, including gentrification, urban gardening, the municipal regulation of panhandling and, most recently, indigenous-state treaties.  His current work focuses on the use of ‘area restrictions’ included in bail and sentencing conditions imposed in the context of criminal proceedings involving marginalized groups of people. He is also part of a large collaborative project exploring the liquidation of Japanese-Canadian property after WWII.

Gerda Wekerle (Professor Emeritus, York University)

Mail AttachmentGerda Wekerle is Emeritus Professor a the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University. Her award-winning work focuses on growth, urbanization, sprawl and nature, public policy, local government and local politics, social movements, urban agriculture, and gender and the neoliberal city. Her research and work with women’s organizations in the 1990s successfully led to improvements in Toronto Transit Commission services for women, including requesting stops after 9 pm, designated waiting areas, better camera systems, and a women’s security committee to advise on the design of the Sheppard subway. Dr. Wekerle retired from York University in 2015.

Mariana Valverde (Professor, University of Toronto)

valverde2Mariana Valverde is an award-winning professor at Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal studies at the University of Toronto, where her current areas of focus are urban law and governance (historically and in the present), and, at the theoretical level, Foucault, sexuality studies, theories of spatiotemporality, and actor-network theory. She has authored numerous books, co-edited collections, journal articles and popular publications, and has been a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada since 2006. In addition to other projects, she is the principal investigator for a SSHRC-funded project, “Planning by contract?” (2013-1016), which illuminates how legal tools from private law, such as contracts, as well as the governance structures developed for and by public-private partnerships, are changing local and municipal governance. She is also writing in a historical sociology of urban regulation, examining how legal and policing tactics have been used to draw or reinforce lines separating ‘good’ from ‘bad’ neighbourhoods.

Links:

Workshop Schedule

Letter from Journal of Law & Social Policy 

Keele campus map 

Public transit directions to Keele campus

Driving directions to Keele campus

 

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City Institute urban planning fellow Sean Hertel on Toronto’s suburbs http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4730 http://www.yorku.ca/city/?p=4730#respond Wed, 18 May 2016 16:04:16 +0000 http://city.apps01.yorku.ca/?p=4730 Sean Hertel, urban planning fellow with the City Institute at York University was featured in Metro Toronto‘s article, “Provincial changes could help ‘retrofit’

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Sean Hertel, urban planning fellow with the City Institute at York University was featured in Metro Toronto‘s article, “Provincial changes could help ‘retrofit’ the suburbs for coming population booms.

“People may love to hate the suburbs, but whether you like them or not, most of the population and job growth in Toronto is happening in suburban areas,” said Sean Hertel, an urban planning fellow at the City Institute at York University.

You can view the full article by clicking here.

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