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2016

RESILIENCE AND ASIAN URBANISM: A Collaborative Workshop
Featuring Mike Douglass
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and Asia Research Institute - Asian Urbanisms Cluster, National University of Singapore
March 28-30 University of Washington

This joint workshop of the Center for Asian Urbanism and the UW faculty cluster for Resilience in the Built Environment highlights the UW's capacities to apply cultural context-specific expertise to problems of urbanization across the Pacific. Preceding the 75th Anniversary conference of the Association for Asian Studies in Seattle (March 31-April 3), the UW Workshop on Resilience and Asian Urbanism gathers a unique group of leading scholar-professional-activists to inspire and facilitate creative long-term partnerships in both research and action. Cases and discussions of indigeneity and place-based resilience, water-sensitive urbanization, and new urban-rural relations will highlight the mutual relevance of expertise in global-area studies and the professional built-environmental disciplines; explore the potential for border-crossing applications of experience; and suggest new linkages within the university.

SUSTAINING JAPAN: past, present, future
3.11--Five Years On
Featuring Hitoshi Abe
UCLA Professor and Chair of Architecture and Urban Design


2014

Engaging the Grassroots: Social Justice and Biodiversity: The 9th Conference of the Pacific Rim Community Design Network
Chung-Yuan University, Taiwan


2013

Bicycle Urbanism: Reimagining Bicycle - Friendly Cities
University of Washington

Mellon Seminar: Bodies in the Built Environment
Tange Kenzo, the Metabolists, and Beyond

Tokyo Stories: Rereading Urban Space, Simpson Center


2012

China–U.S. Regional Sustainable Development 中美城可持会 2012 Workshop : October 10 – 13 (1010 – 1013)
On the University of Washington campus in Seattle, USA  美国华盛顿大学, 西雅图市.

Urban development in China and the US presents many similar challenges in meeting the economic, environmental and social needs of present and future generations. The China-US Professional Workshop on Regional Sustainable Development brings together Chinese and American leaders and professionals in municipal government, planning, development, and design for an intensive exchange.

Green Community Design: The 8th Conference of the Pacific Rim Community Design Network
Seoul National University


2010

Sustainable Communities, Sustainable Landscapes: The 7th Conference of the Pacific Rim Community Design Network
Awaji Landscape Planning and Horticulture Academy/University of Hyogo


2007

Community Planning Activities in Quanzhou, Fujian Province, China

The 6th Conference of the Pacific Rim Community Design Network
Quanzhou, China


2004

(Re)constructing Communities: Design Participation in the Face of Change: The 5th Conference of the Pacific Rim Community Design Network
University of Washington, Seattle

 

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