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Lecture by Patsy Healey: "Circuits of Knowledge and Techniques: The Transnational Flow of Planning Ideas and Practices" (UC Berkeley; 3/16)

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    [From http://www.ced.berkeley.edu/events/calendar/lectures#ph] DCRP Colloquium: Patsy Healey, Circuits of Knowledge and Techniques: The Transnational Flow of
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      [From http://www.ced.berkeley.edu/events/calendar/lectures#ph%5d

      DCRP Colloquium: Patsy Healey, Circuits of Knowledge and Techniques:
      The Transnational Flow of Planning Ideas and Practices

      March 16, 2011 | 5:00 pm | 106 Wurster Hall, UC Berkeley

      Author of the book Collaborative Planning, Professor Patsy Healey was
      awarded the Order of the British Empire and the Royal Town Planning
      Institute’s Gold Medal for her contributions to the field. Her talk
      will explore actor-network theory, policy ‘discourse analysis,’
      hegemonic projects, the origin and traveling stories of ideas, and the
      translation experiences through which the ideas and practices get
      localised.

      Healey is a professor emeritus in the School of Architecture, Planning
      and Landscape at Newcastle University. She is widely known for her
      work on planning theory, on strategic spatial planning for city
      regions and on urban regeneration policies. She was awarded the Order
      of the British Empire in 1999 and the Royal Town Planning Institute’s
      Gold Medal in 2007. In 2009, she was made a Fellow of the British
      Academy.
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