Arctic Net ASM2021 : appel à résumés / call for abstracts
Vous posez action, développez un outil, une réflexion, une pratique émergente ou « utopique » pour l’avenir des milieux de vie nordiques ? L’engagement communautaire est pour vous une opportunité de faire autrement ? Prenez la parole à #ASM2021 (6 - 10 déc.) lors de notre session thématique Dwelling differently: new practices for culturally sustainable environments for Northern communities.
La date limite pour déposer votre résumé est le 29 août.
Are you taking action, developing a tool, a reflection, an emerging or "utopian" practice for the future of northern living environments? Community engagement is an opportunity for you to do things differently? Speak up at #ASM2021 (Dec. 6 - 10) during our topical session Dwelling differently: new practices for culturally sustainable environments for Northern communities.
The deadline to submit your abstract is August 29.
This session invites various disciplines to meet with Inuit traditional knowledge and resourcefulness to reflect on a crucial challenge for the development and wellbeing of Nordic populations: culturally appropriate, safe, affordable and resilient living environments. It is widely recognized that actual environments built without communities’ participation do not meet their aspirations. There is a pressing need to shift from the current development paradigm (based on economic agenda) to a sustainable process (based on social agenda and design quality) to address local aspirations better. In this context, presentations will address the following questions: 1) what are the best opportunities for Northern communities to develop culturally adapted living environments, and 2) what are the most useful actions and tools to allow for such developments, greater community engagement and decision-making. New and emerging practices, as well as "utopian" reflections, are welcome.
Co-chairs Myriam Blais, École d'architecture - Université Laval Samuel Boudreault, École d'architecture - Université Laval Geneviève Vachon, École d'architecture - Université Laval