LED Online Seminar Schedule 2018

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LED seminar schedule and assignments 2018

Seminar timing

  • Wednedays, 14 00 - 15 30 CET
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Phase A: Landscape and Democracy - Mapping the Terrain

Phase A lecturers: Prof. Dr. Diedrich Bruns, Kassel University, Germany, Dr. Ellen Fetzer, HfWU, Germany and Dr. Luigi Bartolomei, University of Bologna, Italy

A.0 Activities before the first session

Start: Monday, March 19, 2018

A.1 Concepts of democracy: Evolution and perspectives

Session date: Wednesday, March 28, 2018, 14 00 - 15 30 CET

A.2 Concepts of landscape: Emergence and perspectives

Session date: Wednesday, April 4, 2018, 14 00 - 15 30 CET

  • Thematic input: The people-centred landscape concept by Prof. Dr. Diedrich Bruns, Kassel University, Germany and Dr. Luigi Bartolomei, University of Bologna, Italy
  • Interactive part ‘Selfie-Landscapes’ Exercise
  • Reflections on the landscape symbols exercise and further information

A.3 Concepts of landscape: Conceptual connections

Session date: Wednesday, April 11, 2018, 14 00 - 15 30 CET

  • The 'right to landscape' approach lecture by Prof. Dr. Diedrich Bruns, Kassel University, Germany
  • Interactive part Favorite landscape democracy experience
  • Information on seminar sequence and upcoming assignments
  • Tutoring session: preparing the landscape symbols presentation

A.4 Group presentations: Your Landscape Symbols

Session date: Wednesday, April 18, 2018, 14 00 - 15 30 CET

  • Groups will present their findings from the photovoice/landscape symbols exercise.
  • Details a given in 'Your Landscape Symbols'

Phase B: Concepts of Participation

Phase B key lecturers: Associate Professor Deni Ruggeri, NMBU Norway

B.1 Community design: Shades of participation

Session date: Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 14 00 - 15 30 CET

B.2 Engaging communities: theories and tools for public participation.

Session date: Wednesday, May 2, 2018, 14 00 - 15 30 CET

  • Thematic input: Engaging the public. Theories and methods of public participation by Dr Deni Ruggeri Associate Professor Deni Ruggeri, NMBU Norway
  • Interactive discussion Reflection, discussion and introducing the role play
  • Information on seminar sequence and upcoming steps.

B.3 Role play with landscape democracy 'movers and shakers'

Session date: Wednesday, May 9, 2018, 14 00 - 15 30 CET

Phase C: Community and Identity

Phase C key lecturers: Associate Professor Deni Ruggeri, NMBU Norway,

C.1 Linking identity and community

Session date: Wednesday, May 16, 2018, 14 00 - 15 30 CET

  • Recapitulation part B and introduction to part C.
  • Thematic input: Participation in Hungaria, recent projects and challenges by Anita Reith
  • Presentation of the Törökbalint Intensive Study Programme in Budapest
  • Instructions for upcoming group presentation.

C.2 Group presentations: Landscape democracy challenges

Session date: Wednesday, May 23, 2018, 14 00 - 15 30 CET

Phase D: Designing

Phase C key lecturers: Stefan Köder, Germany

D.1 The craft of a participatory design process.

Session date: Wednesday, May 30, 2018, 14 00 - 15 30 CET

  • Recapitulation part C and introduction to part D.
  • Thematic input: Community planning case study of Olvenstedt by Stefan Köder
  • Interactive discussion: Community design processes.
  • Assignment 5 'Your Democratic Change Process' starts.
  • Information on seminar sequence, readings and upcoming assignments

D.2 Stewarding the landscape: building resilient communities

Session date: Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 14 00 - 15 30 CET

  • Thematic input: Zingonia: Long term Benefits of community planning by Dr Deni Ruggeri Associate Professor Deni Ruggeri, NMBU Norway
  • Interactive discussion: Group discussion on the topic.
  • Information on seminar sequence, readings and upcoming assignments

Phase E: Communicating a vision

Phase E key lecturers: Anna Szilagyi Nagy, LE:NOTRE Institute, Dr. Ellen Fetzer

E.1 From participation to owning a story

Session date: Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 14 00 - 15 30 CET

  • Recapitulation part D and introduction to part E
  • Thematic input: Communication methods and tools for community-based planning and design, storytelling method by Anna Szilagyi Nagy, LE:NOTRE Institute, and Federica Fuligni
  • Interactive discussion
  • Information on seminar sequence and upcoming final presentation

E.2 Group presentations: Participation change scenarios

Session date: Wednesday, June 20, 2018, 14 00 - 15 30 CET

Phase F: On-site Intensive Programme/Workshop in Törökbálint, Hungary

  • Törökbálint workshop starts on June 24, 2018