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4th INTERREG Conference 2014 : 4th INTERREG Conference - Global culture and creativity: from design to innovation and enterprise?

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Link: https://www.ocs.soton.ac.uk/index.php/interreg/conference_2014/
 
When Nov 5, 2014 - Nov 7, 2014
Where Winchester - UK
Submission Deadline Jul 18, 2014
Notification Due Jul 31, 2014
Final Version Due Sep 30, 2014
Categories    design   games   culture   fashion
 

Call For Papers

Conference Topics and Tracks
All the above topics are acceptable themes of discussion by conference attendees as long as they establish linkages with global culture and creativity, design, innovation and enterprise. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

- The management of meanings, values, and artworks in global markets

- Economic, political, and technological consequences of creative activities

- Knowledge consumption, publishing, and the Internet

- Shared and contested standards and forms of knowledge ownership

- Intellectual property in an era of global culture

- Popular culture, multimedia, social media, virtual worlds and international mobility

- Individual and collective identities and rising interconnectedness

- Interactive cultural circulation, individualization, and spatially extended cultural relations beyond national borders

- Entertainment, advertising, material and immaterial relations

- Cultural and creative spaces: from the communities to the city and beyond to the global metropolis

- Design, innovation and enterprise from the top to the bottom of the global pyramid

- Globalization of cultural sectors: from art, media and design to software, museums and universities

- Virtual globalisation and games related topics

- Challenges of a global mono-culture



ADDITIONALLY, WE INVITE PAPERS FOR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING FOUR CONFERENCE TRACKS THAT ARE SPECIFICALLY LINKED TO THE CONFERENCE’S ACADEMIC JOURNAL PARTNERSHIPS:

Track 1: Futures of gaming in art and design

Track 2: Global luxury consumption and production

Track 3: Global cultures of creativity and innovation

Track 4: Critical perspectives on global creative businesses

This conference aims to initiate discussions and debate on global cultural theories and practices in management, strategy, and organization identified with creativity, design, innovation and enterprise. We invite prospective conference attendees to submit papers that include a broad range of global theories and cultural methodologies. Only contributions that make explicit links with the conference themes will be included.



Provisional Advisory Board -

John Armitage, University of Southampton-Winchester School of Art

Héléna KARJALAINEN, Ecole de Management de Normandie

Tibor Mandjack, Ecole de Management de Normandie

Ashok Ranchhod, University of Southampton-Winchester School of Art

Joanne Roberts, University of Southampton-Winchester School of Art

Calin Gurau, Grande Ecole, Sup de Co Montpellier

Claire Gauzente, Facultie de Droite, Universite de Nantes, France

Julie Tinson, University of Stirling

Mine Karatis-Ozkan, University of Southampton

Sunil Manghani, University of Southampton

Patrick Cohendet, HEC, Montreal

Sara deFreitas, Curtin University

Stuart MacDonald, Aalto University Finland and Leicester University UK

Ted Fuller, University of Lincoln

Jonathan Faiers, University of Southampton

Agnes Hofmeister-Toth, Corvinus University, Budapest

Hakan Hakansson, BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo




Deadlines, Submission and Review Process:

18th July 2014 – Deadline for submission of Abstracts

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

31st July 2014 Confirmation of acceptance of abstracts

30th September 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

THE BEST PAPERS FROM THE CONFERENCE WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE ACADEMIC INTERNATIONAL PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS: FUTURES: THE JOURNAL OF POLICY, PLANNING AND FUTURES STUDIES, LUXURY: HISTORY, CULTURE, CONSUMPTION; PROMETHEUS: CRITICAL STUDIES IN INNOVATION, AND CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS.

THERE WILL BE A NOMINAL FEE OF £100 FOR DELEGATES TO COVER REFRESHMENTS, MEALS, CONFERENCE DINNER AND CONFERENCE PACKS

Paper Submission to:

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.

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