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Book Launch Event - Strengthening Communities: Governance, Adaptation, and...
Wed, 2 November 2016, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM MDT
The Faculty of Extension is pleased to host a conversation about pathways for strengthening communities and municipalities. This event is an opportunity to celebrate the publication of a series of four scholarly manuscripts, each of which provides unique insight and expertise into the challenges and opportunities for creating prosperous, sustainable, and resilient communities.
The session will begin with a brief introduction to each book, and an opportunity to build a conversation across the themes presented. Please join us in concluding the session with a short reception - coffee and snacks will be provided.
Strengthening Communities - Four Recent Publications:
- Taking the Next Steps: Sustainability Planning and Collaboration in Rural Canada (2016). Editors: Lars Hallstrom, Mary Beckie, G.T. Hvengaard and K.M. Mundel.
- Scaling Up: The Convergence of Social Economy and Sustainability (2016). Editors: Mike Gismondi and Mary Beckie.
- City-Regions in Prospect? Exploring Points between Place and Practice (2015). Editors: Kevin E. Jones, Alex Lord and Rob Shields.
- Rural Development: Knowledge and Expertise in Governance (2015). Authors: Kristof Van Assche and Anna-katharina Hornidge.
To learn more about or order any of these books, as well as other recent Faculty of Extension publications, visit www.ualberta.ca/extension/research/publications.
This book launch event and seminar coincides with the Faculty of Extension’s Research Showcase - Engagement for Transformational Change. Taking place on the evening of November 2, the showcase will profile community-based research within the faculty, and the impacts of this work in building resilient communities.
More information about research at the Faculty of Extension, and the research showcase event, can be found at www.ualberta.ca/extension/research.
Have questions about the Book Launch or the Research Showcase event? Contact our event coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.