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Dr. Bastian Lange
New working spaces in rural areas
Ambiguous Avant-gardes and Their Geographies
Framing third places for universities‘ third mission – Field Configuring Events as collaborative learning and transfer formats The paper uses the heuristics of a spatial perspective of so-called Field Configuring Events (FCE) to investigate the question of how these new educational and project-related transfer and collaboration courses in higher education context can capture the fundamentally changed institutional role – often called “third mission” or transfer competencies – fostering regional development. In doing so, the paper applies the concept FCE to an empirical case and aims at reconsidering the conceptual perspectives of this concept.The conceptual goal is to further refine the heuristic FCE and to align it more appropriately to understand dynamic knowledge production as an expression of new temporary (micro-) geographies.
Framing third places for universities‘ third mission
Geographien experimenteller Arbeitsformen
Collaboration at New Places of Production
Entrepreneurial ecosystems as a bridging concept?
Alternative economies and places
Das Versprechen der Nische
New Geographies of Work: Re-scaling micro-worlds
Aus der Nische in die Welt?
Die Gesellschaft der Singularitäten
Governance of creative industries?
创意莱比锡: 在 “自下而上” 的城市里创意经济如何演变
Value-creation in the creative economy
Updating Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft:
Offene Werkstätten und Postwachstumsökonomien:
Open workshops as sites of innovative socio-economic practices:
Unpacking the middleground of creative cities
Flexible value creation
Field Configuring Events
The Evolution of Music Tastemakers