This year the CRIT will organize a series of monthly online seminars, in which both our researchers and other invited colleagues will offer us the progress of their research. The themes will always be in connection with the urban environment, social innovation, creativity and governance. The webinars will take place the last week of each […]
Click in the link to see CRIT research activities of the 2019.
Check out the compilation of the 2018 publications and projects of CRIT members.
The Call for papers for the RC21 Conference in Antwerp next July is now open. We have more than 80 different sessions, with different research topics. We hope you send a paper proposal and we can meet in Antwerp. The deadline for abstract submission is March 15th. In the Conference website you will find information […]
Next Friday, postdoctoral researcher Karla Berrens, who has recently joined CRIT, is presenting her work “Sound Discomfort and the making of place in a urban environment“. This paper explores alternative ways of hearing and inhabiting space in an urban environment in Barcelona. In the last three years I have closely worked with two associations of […]
Ja està disponible per als usuaris de la UB “The Wiley-Blackwell encyclopedia of urban and regional studies”. L’enciclopèdia tracta els principals temes i les qüestions emergents per als estudis urbans i regionals arreu del món. Amb una perspectiva actualitzada i rigurosa, sota el guiatge de l’editor en cap Anthony Orum, i amb la participació en […]
The conditions and future of post-industrial cities and towns have been thrown into fresh turmoil by a spate of populist breakthroughs across the global North. In the UK, this has created severe anxieties about the political, economic and social future of communities alleged to be ‘left behind’ by global trends. Competing with a toxic nationalist discourse, one […]
We recover a conference organized last year by Fundació Catalunya Europa on Social and urban innovation, with a dialogue between Marisol García and Frank Moulaert. And also a short interview to Frank Moulaert
In the incomparable setting of the central main hall of the University of Barcelona, the Extraordinary Doctoral Prizes were awarded (04/19/2018). These prizes are awarded the best doctoral thesis of each of the current doctoral programs at the University. On this occasion, two researchers from the CRIT research group (Creativity, Innovation, Urban Transformation) collected their […]