четверг, 3 января 2013 г.

At home with the housing market

RC43 Conference: “At home with the housing market”
Date: July 10–12, 2013
Site: Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Organiser: Research Committee on Housing and the Built Environment
Topics: This conference explores the dynamic interaction between homes and (housing) markets over time and across different socio-economic contexts. There are various ways of thinking about the idea of “being at home” in this regard. First are the connections between homes as places, spaces and objects of family and social life, as well as housing commodities that circulate on, and are subject to, fickle and dispassionate markets. Second is the significance of the shift from pre- to post-crisis conditions and how the housing market has been experienced in different cities, regions and countries. The RC43 encourages cross-disciplinary debate and welcomes housing research papers from all social science disciplines. The organisers invite both panel session proposals and individual abstracts related to the following themes: The social and cultural  implications of housing markets;  The political economy of housing and home; Housing policy responses and the crisis; Comparative contexts: diversity, variety and/or convergence;  Housing, policy and society;  Family, housing, and (inter)generational issues;  Citizenship, ex/inclusion and participation; The structural crises of housing markets.
Language: English
Fee: Early-bird fee: 125 – 250 €; late-comer fee: 165 -290 €
Deadline: January 19, 2013
Contact: Centre for Urban Studies, Plantage Muidergracht 14, 1018 TV Amsterdam, the Netherlands
E-mail: RC43-2013-fmg@uva.nl

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