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Publications:
Dance and Data: Crossing Disciplines in Search of Common Methodology

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Playing in the Courtyard: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Designing Space in the Heart of the City

This paper discusses a college course emphasizing interdisciplinary collaboration and design. The course joined the disciplines of Geography, Dance, and Architecture to study design methodologies and the Creative Process.

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Blurring the Divide: Perspectives on Interdisciplinary Learning

This panel discussion addresses interdisciplinary exploration in college coursework. Faculty, students, and audience members will converse about the challenges and potentials of teaching and learning from an interdisciplinary perspective.

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After the Disaster: Revising Neighborhood Identity in Post-Katrina New Orleans

This paper will examine the re-emergence of a traditional New Orleans neighborhood and situate its recovery within a historical, international context to study urban redevelopment and re-identification after a disaster.

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Pathways to Citizen Engagement: Transforming Urban Communities through Public Technology Access

This paper will discuss the implementation of Philadelphia's public computer center program, arguing that human capital and technology transforms communities.

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Democratizing Design: Using Collaboration and Consensus Building as a Principle of Good Government

This paper will provide a case study of a collaborative design process between government and its constituents to win a significant federal grant.

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Art in a Post-disaster City: The Meanings of Prospect New Orleans

This research considers how an arts biennial festival impacts recovery and regeneration efforts in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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A New Community Space: The Culture of the Urban Bike Cafe

This paper examines the innovation of urban bike cafes and argues that they offer a new variation of Ray Oldenburg's third place concept in some urban communities.

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Published online: March 31, 2015

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