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New Approaches to Deindustrialization Studies
December 6, 2022 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 pmFree
The DePOT partnership continues to grow as faculty and PhD students affiliate with the project. These new team members enable the project to make wider geographic connections as well as deepen our research in our core study area of six countries. This virtual roundtable showcases some of their work-in-progress.
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Chairperson: Sean O’Connell, Queen’s University Belfast
Lisa Taylor, Leeds Beckett University. “Losing a father in an ex-industrial landscape.”
Maria Beatriz Andreotti, University of São Paulo. “Contributions of the Brazilian case in terms of deindustrialization”
Michael Bianchi, Université de Liège. “On the possibilities of life among the ruins of industry, political stakes of the valorization of abandoned lands in the country of Charleroi.”
Peter Thompson, Carleton University. “The Politics of Deindustrialization in ‘The Birthplace of New Scotland.’”
Sahar Ghasemshahi, l’Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). “Reviewing deindustrialization in Abadan as the glory of Fordist development of IRAN.”
Seana Irvine, Trent University. “Remaking Industrial Landscapes for the Inclusive City.”
Tom Wilson, University of Kent. “Sustainable Industrial Culture in a Deindustrialising District: The Case of Chatham Docks”