imagine .. Creative Industries Research

Seminars

Seminars organised by the imagine .. Centre for Creative Industries and Institutions in the current year

Associate Professor Jesper Juul's talk about his new book ‘Handmade pixels: Independent video games and the quest for authenticity’
jesper
Presentation of a new book with the working title ‘Organizing for Creativity – Challenges of a Textbook Project on Organizational Creativity’
stephan

2022

Research Centre imagine.. Creative Industries and Institutions Autumn 2022 Seminar Series

Organizers: Jesper Strandgaard (js.ioa@cbs.dk) & Silviya Svejenova (ssve.ioa@cbs.dk)
co-directors, imagine..

N.B. All seminars begin at 10am and end by 11.30am and take place at Kilen, room 4.74 (with two exceptions – Oct 27 and Nov 10) - see list below. To register, please send an e-mail to seminar.ioa@cbs.dk, mentioning which imagine.. seminar you are interested in attending. If you are not from CBS but are interested in attending, please write directly to the seminar organizers.

# Date Speaker Presentation title
1 September 23 Elisa Salvador, Professor of Innovation and Creativity, ESSCA School of Management, France Managing Cultural Festivals – Tradition and Innovation in Europe. Managing Cultural Festivals – Tradition and Innovation in Europe.
2 October 7 Dr Christina Lüthy, Visiting postdoc researcher, U. of St. Gallen, Switzerland Affective temporalities in collaborative creativity
3

October 27

NB: 13.00 in Dalgas Have

Mark Banks, Professor of Cultural Economy, University of Glascow, Scotland Historical city centers as institutions: a topic modeling approach to study institutional maintenance and change
4 November 4 ICarmelo Mazza, PhD, Senior Visiting Researcher, INSEAD Corporate Governance Centre, France Institutional change and political theology: A Katechon view of the 23F coup in Spain
5

November 10

NB: Room 3.54
in Kilen

Donatella Di Paoli, 

Associate professor, BI, Norway

(Title TBD)
6 November 25 Oddný Helgadóttir, Associate professor, CBS, Denmark Art and tax heavens
7 December 9
Mathilde Jost,

Visiting PhD Fellow, HuManiS Research Center, University of Strasbourg, France

“A show of good taste”: how creative individuals influence their experts’ reputation through signals’ observability strategies. Evidence from French gastronomy"

 

Research Centre imagine.. Creative Industries and Institutions Spring 2022 Seminar Series

Organizers: Jesper Strandgaard (js.ioa@cbs.dk) & Silviya Svejenova (ssve.ioa@cbs.dk)
co-directors, imagine..

N.B. All seminars begin at 10am and end by 11.30am. To register, please send an e-mail to seminar.ioa@cbs.dk, mentioning which imagine.. seminar you are interested in attending. If you are not from CBS but are interested in attending, please write directly to the seminar organizers.

# Date Speaker Presentation title
1 February 10, online Heidi Angell Strøm, PhD student, UiT - The Norwegian University of the Arctic, Norway Backstage and frontstage spaces as drivers for continuous innovation in everyday work: cultural entrepreneurs in the High North
2 February 25 Dr Christina Lüthy, Visiting postdoc researcher, U. of St. Gallen, Switzerland Affect and time: rethinking collaborative processes in creative organizing
3 March 4 Camilla Ferri, Visiting PhD student, Ca’ Foscari, Italy Historical city centers as institutions: a topic modeling approach to study institutional maintenance and change
4 March 17 Irene Pace PhD student, IOA Unravelling ecologies – Copenhagen fine-dining scene, 1990-2020
5 April 6    Barbara Slavich, Professor, IESEG, Paris, France Hungry minds: generating a state of permanent organizational curiosity for creativity
6 April 28 Dr Marianne Stang Våland, KADK and CBS In search for creative and business renewal: Developments in the Danish market for architectural practice
7 April 29 Mads Mordhorst, Associate Professor, MPP Cultural organizations as part of the identity market

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May 20

Jesper Strandgaard, Professor, IOA

Culinary innovation and sustainable development through culinary movements




2020
 

The research centre ‘Imagine . . ‘ had some fine visitors on Wednesday February 26, 2020 at CBS


Associate Professor Jesper Juul  (The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts – The School of Design) gave a talk about his new book ‘Handmade pixels: Independent video games and the quest for authenticity’.
 

Assistant Professor Stephan Schaefer (Department of Business Administration, School of Economics and Management, Lund University) gave a talk about his work on a new book with the working title ‘Organizing for Creativity – Challenges of a Textbook Project on Organizational Creativity’.

 

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