KC69: Cultural Mapping Translated into Simplified Chinese

Key Concepts in ICDContinuing with translations of the Key Concepts in Intercultural Dialogue, today I am posting KC#69: Cultural Mapping, first published in English in 2015 by Nancy Duxbury, which Min He has now translated into Simplified Chinese. As always, all Key Concepts are available as free PDFs; just click on the thumbnail to download. Lists of Key Concepts organized chronologically by publication date and number, alphabetically by concept, and by languages into which they have been translated, are available, as is a page of acknowledgments with the names of all authors, translators, and reviewers.

KC69 Cultural Mapping_Chinese-simDuxbury, N. (2017). Cultural mapping [Simplified Chinese]. (M. He, Trans). Key Concepts in Intercultural Dialogue, 69. Available from:
https://centerforinterculturaldialogue.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/kc69-cultural-mapping_chinese-sim.pdf

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Key Concept #69: Cultural Mapping by Nancy Duxbury

Key Concepts in ICDThe next issue of Key Concepts in intercultural Dialogue is now available. Click on the thumbnail to download the PDF. Lists organized chronologically by publication date and numberalphabetically by concept in English, and by languages into which they have been translated, are available, as is a page of acknowledgments with the names of all authors, translators, and reviewers.

Key Concept 69: Cultural Mapping by Nancy Duxbury

Duxbury, N. (2015). Cultural mapping. Key Concepts in Intercultural Dialogue, 69. Available from: https://centerforinterculturaldialogue.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/kc69-cultural-mapping.pdf

The Center for Intercultural Dialogue publishes a series of short briefs describing Key Concepts in Intercultural Dialogue. Different people, working in different countries and disciplines, use different vocabulary to describe their interests, yet these terms overlap. Our goal is to provide some of the assumptions and history attached to each concept for those unfamiliar with it. As there are other concepts you would like to see included, send an email to the series editor, Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz. If there are concepts you would like to prepare, provide a brief explanation of why you think the concept is central to the study of intercultural dialogue, and why you are the obvious person to write up that concept.


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Cultural Mapping as Critical Inquiry

Cultural Mapping as Cultural InquiryBook note: Cultural Mapping as Cultural Inquiry, edited by Nancy Duxbury, W.F. Garrett-Petts, and David MacLennan, has just been published by Routledge.

This edited collection provides an introduction to the emerging interdisciplinary field of cultural mapping, offering a range of perspectives that are international in scope. As a mode of inquiry, cultural mapping is both theoretical and practical. Those involved in cultural mapping seek to explore the richness and complexity of local meanings of place. For many, these artistic and ethnographic activities are linked to strategies of change and animation. Cultural mapping has become a valuable tool in policy, planning, and sustainability initiatives. In countries and contexts across the world, cultural mapping is recognized as a legitimate way to protect cultural traditions and to give expression and value to local cultural creations.

The chapters of this book address these themes, drawing on examples from Australia, Canada, Estonia, the United Kingdom, Egypt, Italy, Malaysia, Malta, Palestine, Portugal, Singapore, Sweden, Syria, the United Arab Emirates, the United States, and Ukraine. Contributors explore innovative ways to encourage urban and cultural planning, community development, artistic intervention, and public participation in cultural mapping—recognizing that public involvement and artistic practices introduce a range of challenges spanning various phases of the research process, from the gathering of data, to interpreting data, to presenting “findings” to a broad range of audiences. The book responds to the need for histories and case studies of cultural mapping that are globally distributed and that situate the practice locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally.

Contents
Cultural Mapping as Cultural Inquiry: Introduction to an Emerging Field of Practice by Nancy Duxbury, W. F. Garrett-Petts and David MacLennan

Part I: Mapping the Contours of an Emerging Field
Cultural Mapping and Planning for Sustainable Communities by Graeme Evans
One Strategy, Many Purposes: A Classification for Cultural Mapping Projects by Leonardo Chiesi and Paolo Costa
Cultural Mapping: Analyzing Its Meanings in Policy Documents by Eleonora Redaelli
Cultural Mapping in Ontario: The Big Picture by Sharon Jeannotte

Part II: Platforms for Engagement and Knowledge Through Mapping
Wedjemup Wangkiny Koora, Yeye and Mila Boorda (Wedjemup Talking from the Past, Today, and the Future): An Ex-Modern Way of Thinking and Mapping Landscape into Country? by Len Collard and Grant Revell
Understanding the Full Impact of Cultural Mapping in Ukraine by Linda Knudsen McAusland and Olha Kotska
Engaging Public, Professionals, and Policy-Makers in the Mapping Process by Janet Pillai Mapping Cultures: Spatial Anthropology and Popular Cultural Memory by Les Roberts and Sara Cohen
“Reading the City”: Cultural Mapping as Pedagogic Inquiry by Stuart Burch
City Readings and Urban Mappings: The City as Didactic Instrument by Paulo Providência

Part III: Inquiry, Expression, and Deepening Understanding of Place
Time, Aggregation, and Analysis: Designing Effective Digital Cultural Mapping Projects by Elaine Sullivan and Willeke Wendrich
Beyond Paper Maps: Archeologies of Place by Abby Suckle and Seetha Raghupathy
Mapping the Complexity of Creative Practice: Using Cognitive Maps to Follow Creative Ideas and Collaborations by Roberta Comunian and Katerina Alexiou
From Work to Play: Making Bodies in Flight’s Performance Walk Dreamwork by Sara Giddens and Simon Jones
Maraya as Visual Research: Mapping Urban Displacement and Narrating Artistic Inquiry by Glen Lowry, M. Simon Levin and Henry Tsang (Maraya)
Beyond the Brochure: An Unmapped Journey into Deep Mapping by Kathleen Scherf

Nancy Duxbury Researcher Profile

Nancy DuxburyNancy Duxbury holds a doctorate in Communication from Simon Fraser University, Canada, specializing in cultural policy. Since 2009, she has been a Senior Researcher at the Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal and, since 2010, Co-coordinator of its Cities, Cultures and Architecture Research Group.

Her research has examined the integration of culture in local sustainable development, with an emphasis on the policy and planning frameworks that enable this; culture-based development models in smaller communities; and the emerging interdisciplinary field of cultural mapping, which bridges insights from academic inquiry, community practice, and artistic approaches to understanding and articulating place. Building on these foundations, she is now the Principal Investigator for a major three-year research and demonstration project on creative tourism in Portugal, entitled “CREATOUR: Creative Tourism Destination Development in Small Cities and Rural Areas.” The project involves five Portuguese research centres and 40 pilots, and aims to link the cultural and tourism sectors within a context of inclusive and sustainable local and regional development. Her research is interdisciplinary in nature and her events and publications are designed as meeting places that bring together academic and practice-based knowledges, including artistic perspectives and approaches.

She is a member of the European Expert Network on Culture, and was Chair of the Policies working group of a European research network on “Investigating Cultural Sustainability” (2011-2015). She is also an Adjunct Professor of the School of Communication, Simon Fraser University, and of the School of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Waterloo, Canada, and was co-founder and Director of Research of the Creative City Network of Canada.

More information on her research and publications can be obtained from her academic homepage.

Selected publications

Books

Duxbury, N., Garrett-Petts, W. F., & MacLennan, D. (Eds.). (2015). Cultural mapping as cultural inquiry. New York: Routledge.

Hristova, S., Dragićević Šešić, M., & Duxbury, M. (Eds.). (2015). Culture and sustainability in European cities: Imagining Europolis. London: Routledge.

Duxbury, N. (Ed.). (2013). Animation of public space through the arts: Toward more sustainable communities. Coimbra: Almedina.

Guest edited journal issues

Kangas, A., Duxbury, N., & De Beukelaer, C. (Eds.). (Forthcoming). Special issue: Cultural policies for sustainable development. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 23(1).

Duxbury, N., & Longley, A. (Eds.). (2016). Special issue: Cultural mapping: Making the intangible visible. City, Culture and Society, 7(1).

Duxbury, N., & Jeannotte, M. S. (Eds.). (2015). Special double issue: Cultural mapping in planning and development contextsCulture and Local Governance / Culture et Gouvernance Locale, 5(1-2).

Saper, C., & Duxbury, N. (Eds.). (2015). Special Issue: Mapping culture multimodally. HyperRhiz, 12.

Duxbury, N., Canto Moniz C., & Sgueo, G. (Eds.). (2013). Special Issue: Rethinking urban inclusion: Spaces, mobilisations, interventions. Cescontexto – Debates, 2.

Duxbury, N., Fortuna, C., Bandeirinha, J. A., & Peixoto, P. (Eds.). (2012). Special Issue: Em torno da cidade criativa (Beyond the creative city). Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais, 99.

Duxbury, N., & Jeannotte, M. S. (Eds.). (2011). Special double issue: Culture and sustainable communitiesCulture and Local Governance / Culture et Gouvernance Locale, 3 (1-2).

Articles

Kangas, A., Duxbury, N., & De Beukelaer, C. (Forthcoming). Introduction: Cultural policies for sustainable development. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 23(1).

Duxbury, N., Kangas, A., & De Beukelaer, C. (Forthcoming). Cultural policies for sustainable development: Four strategic paths. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 23(1).

Longley, A., & Duxbury, N. (2016). Introduction: Mapping cultural intangibles. City, Culture and Society, 7(1): 1-7.

Duxbury, N. (2015). Positioning cultural mapping in planning and development contexts: An introduction. Culture and Local Governance, 5(1-2): 1-7.

Jeannotte, M.S., & Duxbury, N. (2015). Advancing knowledge through grassroots experiments: Connecting culture and sustainability. Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society, 45(2), 84-99.

Duxbury, N., & Saper, C. (2015). Introduction: Mapping culture multimodally. HyperRhiz, 12.

Carvalho, C. P., & Duxbury, N. (2014). Artistic intervention projects and cultural memory: Experiences from Portugal’s centre region. Culture / Kultura: International Journal for Cultural Research, 4(8), 21-32.

Duxbury, N. (2014). Cultural governance in sustainable cities. Kult-ur: Interdisciplinary journal on the culture of the city, 1(1), 165-182. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.6035/Kult-ur.2014.1.1.7.

Duxbury, N., & Jeannotte, M. S.. (2012). Including culture in sustainability: An assessment of Canada’s integrated community sustainability plans. International Journal of Urban Sustainable Development, 4(1), 1‑19. doi:10.1080/19463138.2012.670116

Book chapters

Ferreira, I., & Duxbury, N. (Forthcoming). Cultural projects, public participation, and small city sustainability. In K. Soini, S. Asikainen, K. Plebanzcyk, L. Rojac-Mijatovic, & C. Brites (Eds.), Perspectives for culture in sustainable futures: Theories, policies, practices. Jyväskylä: SoPhi, Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of Jyväskylä.

Duxbury, N. (Forthcoming). La cartografía cultural – hacia las políticas y la planificación culturales más participativos y pluralistas? (Cultural mapping – towards more participative and pluralist cultural policies and planning?). In M. Rebón & M. Ortiz (Eds.), Indicadores culturales 2015. Buenos Aires: Instituto de Políticas Culturales “Patricio Loizaga,” Universidad Nacional Tres de Febrero (UNTREF).

Duxbury, N., Baltà, J., Hosagrahar, J., & Pascual, J. (2016). Culture in urban development policies: An agenda for local governments. In Culture: Urban future – Global report on culture for sustainable urban development (pp. 204-211). Paris: UNESCO.

Cardielos, J.P., Lobo, R., Peixoto, P., Mota, E., Duxbury, N., & Caiado, P. (2016). Mondego: o surdo murmúrio do rio. In P. Peixoto & J.P. Cardielos (Eds.), A Água como património: Experiéncias de requalificação das cidades com água e das paisagens fluviais (pp. 95-112). Coimbra: Impressa da Universidade de Coimbra (Coimbra University Press).

Duxbury, N., & Jeannotte, M. S. (2015). Making it real: Measures of culture in local sustainability planning and implementation. In L. MacDowall, M. Badham, E. Blomkamp, and K. Dunphy (Eds.), Making culture count: The politics of cultural measurement. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Duxbury, N., Garrett-Petts, W. F., & MacLennan, D. (2015). Cultural mapping as cultural inquiry: Introduction to an emerging field of practice. In N. Duxbury, W.F. Garrett-Petts & D. MacLennan (Eds.), Cultural mapping as cultural inquiry (pp. 1-42). New York: Routledge.

Duxbury, N. (2015). European cities as cultural projects: Where is culture in urban sustainability policy? In S. Hristova, M. Dragićević Šešić & N. Duxbury (Eds.), Culture and sustainability in European cities: Imagining Europolis (pp. 69-85). London: Routledge.

Duxbury, N., & Jeannotte, M. S. (2013). Global cultural governance policy. In G. Young & D. Stevenson (Eds.), The Ashgate research companion to planning and culture (pp. 361-376). London: Ashgate.

Duxbury, N., Cullen, C., & Pascual, J. (2012). Cities, culture and sustainable development. In H.K. Anheier, Y.R. Isar & M. Hoelscher (Eds.), Cities, cultural policy and governance (pp. 73-86). London: Sage.

Nelson, R., Duxbury, N., & Murray, C. (2012). Cultural and creative economy strategies for community transformation: Four approaches. In J. Parkins & M. Reed (Eds.), The social transformation of rural Canada: New insights into community, culture and citizenship (pp. 368-386). Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Duxbury, N. (2011). Shifting strategies and contexts for culture in small city planning: Interlinking quality of life, economic development, downtown vitality, and community sustainability. In A. Lorentzen & B. van Heur (Eds.), Cultural political economy of small cities (pp. 161-178). London: Routledge.

Duxbury, N., & Murray, C. (2010). Creative spaces. In H.K. Anheier, Y.R. Isar & C. Waterman (Eds.), Cultural expression, creativity and innovation. London: Sage.

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CFP Cultural Mapping: Debating Cultural Spaces and Places (Malta)

Call for Papers & Posters
Cultural Mapping: Debating Cultural Spaces and Places conference
22nd-23rd October 2015
Malta

Abstracts due Friday, March 27, 2015

The Valletta 2018 Foundation, responsible for implementing the European Capital of Culture (ECoC) project in Valletta and Malta in 2018, will be holding the Second International Conference on Cultural Relations in Europe and the Mediterranean. The conference is titled ‘Cultural Mapping: Debating Spaces and Places’ and will bring together academics and practitioners to exchange experiences and debate cultural mapping practices, as well as to explore practical and conceptual approaches to cultural mapping within a global context (with a particular emphasis on the Euro-Mediterranean context). The conference will seek to develop a better understanding of how various mapping practices are developing over time. The Valletta 2018 Foundation will be collaborating with the Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra.

Academics, researchers, artists and PhD students are invited to present papers or posters discussing their work within this field or addressing the conference themes, during the conference. Abstracts (400 words) are to be submitted via email by no later than Friday 27th March 2015. Conference proceedings will be published in due course.