AAG 2015 session on Urban Cultural Studies in Chicago 4/22

AAG Interactive Short Paper Session:

Session Description: The Urban Cultural Studies session features innovative research that connects urban geography and cultural studies in order to better understand the culture(s) of cities. The interactive short papers will explore aspects of urban studies through humanities texts such as literature, film, graphic novels, music, art, graffiti, videogames and other textual forms of culture. This session is linked to the Journal of Urban Cultural Studies with Intellect publishers and its accompanying blog and podcast series at urbanculturalstudies.wordpress.com.

2669 Urban Cultural Studies is scheduled on Wednesday, 4/22/2015, from 5:20 PM – 7:00 PM in Randolph, Hyatt, East Tower, Ped Path

Organizer(s):
Stephen Luis Vilaseca – Northern Illinois University
Araceli Masterson-Algar

Chair(s):
Stephen Luis Vilaseca – Northern Illinois University

Abstract(s):

5:20 PM   Author(s): *Benjamin Fraser – East Carolina University

Abstract Title: Urban Cultural Studies as Interdisciplinary Field in the Lefebvrian Mode

5:25 PM   Author(s): *Stephen Luis Vilaseca, Associate Professor of Spanish – Northern Illinois University

Abstract Title: Mapping the Marginalized in Barcelona and Valencia, Spain

5:30 PM   Author(s): *Steven Spalding – United States Naval Academy

Abstract Title: From Wheel to Reel: Documenting the Mobile French City in 1920s & 1930s

5:35 PM   Author(s): *Matthew D. Lamb, PhD – Penn State University

Abstract Title: PARTY CITY: Architecture, Well-being, and Cities as Adult Playgrounds

5:40 PM   Author(s): *Thomas Heise, Assistant Professor – Ryerson University

Abstract Title: The Geography of Crime Fiction

5:45 PM   Author(s): *RICHARD JOHN WILLIAMS, Professor of Contemporary Visual Cultures – University of Edinburgh

Abstract Title: Urban Ruins And Urban Citizens

5:50 PM   Author(s): *Araceli Masterson-Algar – Augustana College

Abstract Title: Urban Cultural Studies as an approach to human mobility

5:55 PM   Author(s): *Ghayde Ghraowi – University of Texas – Austin

Abstract Title: As Tenses Implode: Encountering Post-Traumatic Urbanism in Ghassan Kanafani’s “?A?id ila Hayfa”

6:00 PM   Author(s): *Briana Meier, MURP, AICP – University of Oregon

Abstract Title: Posthumanist subjectivity and informal urbanism

Discussion to follow after all short papers have been delivered.

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