Poziv za prijave prispevkov: GLOBAL CULTURE AND CREATIVITY: FROM DESIGN TO INNOVATION AND ENTERPRISE?

16.06.2014. 00:00 | Winchester, Velika Britanija

Global culture is increasingly understood as not only the spread of ideas, meanings, and values across world space but also as the transmission of creativity or the phenomenon whereby something novel and helpful is created or designed such as innovative notions, inventive artworks, and enterprising solutions to longstanding managerial problems. The concept of global culture arose in the 1990s within the wider dialogue concerning economic, political, and technological globalization. Global culture combines such diverse subjects as: consumption; publishing on the Internet; popular culture; multimedia videogames; international travel; interactive cultural circulation; individualization; and spatially extended cultural relations beyond national borders such as entertainment, design, advertising, and art. Global culture is usually typified by the creative expansion of cultural and material relations, the creation of shared and contested standards and forms of knowledge, individual and collective identities, and rising interconnectedness among different peoples.

“GLOBAL CULTURE AND CREATIVITY: FROM DESIGN TO INNOVATION AND ENTERPRISE?”

6-7 NOVEMBER 2014, WINCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM

In partnership with following academic journals:

Futures: The journal of policy, planning and futures studies

Luxury: History, Culture, Consumption

Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation

Critical Perspectives on International Business

Conference Chairs
Ashok Ranchhod, John Armitage, Héléna Karjalainan, Joanne Roberts and Tibor Mandjak
University of Southampton-Winchester School of Art

Keynote Speakers:

- Patrick Cohendet, HEC Montréal, Canada

- Sean Cubitt, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK

- Sara deFreitas, Curtin University, Australia

- Hakan Hakansson, Norwegian School of Management

- Agnes Hofmeister-Toth, Corvinus University of Budapest

- Stuart Macdonald, Aalto University, Finland, andLeicester University, UK

CALL FOR PAPERS - Deadlines, Submission and Review Process

Deadlines, Submission and Review Process:

16th June  2014 – Deadline for submission of Abstracts

Please submit between a 500-1000 word abstract of a topic suitable for the conference.

30th June  2014       Confirmation of acceptance of abstracts

31st August 2014     Deadline for submission of full paper (5,000 to 8,000 words including references

15 September 2014             Deadline of registrations

6-7 November 2014             4th Interreg conference, Winchester, United Kingdom

Doctoral DAY – 5th November
Chairs: Dr Mine Karatas-Ozkan (University of Southampton) and Dr. Sunil Manghani (University of Southampton)

 

The conference will feature a Doctoral colloquium where PhD students will have the opportunity to present and discuss their work with academic mentors. There will be sessions on several aspects of doctoral training including the research process, methodologies, publishing and doctoral examination.

 

More information on: https://www.ocs.soton.ac.uk/index.php/interreg/conference_2014/index


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