Theme V.2 Navigating and Understanding Vernacular Landscapes in Global Cities: Everyday Practices, Commodification and Contestation

Saturday, July 19, 2014: 12:30 PM-2:20 PM
Room: 311+312
RC21 Regional and Urban Development (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Heide IMAI, Hosei University Tokyo, Japan
The White Building: Integration or Commodification of East-London Culture? (Oral Presentation)
Francesca WEBER-NEWTH, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom

Contesting Imaginaries: New Urban Spaces of Xi'an (Oral Presentation)
Yujie ZHU, Cluster of Asia and Europe in Global Context, Germany

Incorporation of Urban Differences in the Tokyo Metropolitan Complex (Oral Presentation)
Naomi Clara HANAKATA, Federal Institute of Technology, Singapore

The Place of Community Practices in City Heritage Projects (Oral Presentation)
K.C. HO, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Branding of an Industrial Heritage and Practice of Local People: The Case Study of Gunkan-Jima (Distributed Paper)
Shisei KIMURA, Konan Women's University, Japan

Urban Cultural Strategy and Japanese Animation in Nerima (Distributed Paper)
Ryota KANAZAWA, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan