imagine .. Creative Industries Research
Research Centre imagine.. Creative Industries and Institutions Spring 2022 Seminar Series
Organizers: Jesper Strandgaard (email@example.com) & Silviya Svejenova (firstname.lastname@example.org)
N.B. All seminars begin at 10am and end by 11.30am. To register, please send an e-mail to email@example.com, 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.
|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|
Jesper Strandgaard, Professor, IOA
Culinary innovation and sustainable development through culinary movements
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’.