Minutes Landscape and Democracy Seminar, Tuesday, 27th of October 2015
- Ellen Fetzer presented the seminar context, objectives and process
- Download presentation slides
Map of seminar participants
- View the participants' map here.
- Please add your location if you have not done it yet.
Landscape and democracy literature
- We have prepared the seminar literature list
Next working steps for active participants
- The overview with your group members has been send as email attachment on 30.10.15
- Please identify your group number and get in touch with your group mates
- You will find your workspace via the wiki's working group page
- Your wiki account data have been send to you on Friday, 30.10.15
- in case you have not received an email we assume that you are already registered from previous seminars
- if both is not the case please contact the seminar coordinator
Assignment 2 - Concept mapping of seminar topics
- This exercise covers group work, literature work and knowledge representation techniques
- Please read the assignment description and select your theory papers from the seminar literature list
- Most - but not all - references are open access. Material with copyright restriction has been uploaded to our ILIAS system. The password for accessing these materials is the same for all participants and has been send by e-mail on 30.10.15
- This is a selection of readings - you are free to add your preferred references, we are happy to learn from you
- For general overview, please add your selection this online spreadsheet
Assignment 3 - Landscape democracy cases in your environment
- Please identify your working group page. You can see that there are templates prepared for each group member where you can document your case.
- The template gives you further work instructions, plese also read the assignment description
- For the upcoming session, please identify your study area and add the location to your case study template.
Tuesday, 3rd of November 2015, 6 pm CET
- Prof. Dr. Olaf Kühne (HSWT Weihenstephan-Triesdorf, DE) will talk about the socio-constructivist concept of landscape