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August 13 2017 Upcoming Gigs (and see April update) Markusen will be leading two workshops in op ed writing for participants at the annual a2ru (Alliance for Arts in Research Universities) meetings in Boston, November 2 and 3, 2017. Markusen has joined the new Ambient Intelligence: Duluth Arts Writing Cohort. She will serve as a […]
Ann Markusen presents on “Regional Challenges and Opportunities: Collaborating across Cities for a Healthy, Sustainable, and Equitable Bay Area,” Association of Bay Area Governments Special General Assembly, January 30, San Francisco April in Brazil: Ann Markusen works with long-time colleague Clelio Campolina Diniz, former Brazilian Minister of Science and Technology and President of the Universidade […]
Markusen honored by high school alma mater and appointed Vice-President of the international Regional Studies Association
Honors, appointments: Ann Markusen will be awarded the St. Margaret’s Academy Distinguished Alumni Award and be inducted into the 2016 Hall of Honor on February 1 at Benilde/St. Margaret’s Academy. Ann Markusen appointed as one of six Vice-Presidents of the international Regional Studies Association, November 2015, and is especially delighted to be serving with her […]
New! Ann Markusen, “Creative Cities: A Ten Year Research Agenda” Journal of Urban Affairs, Special Issue on the Futures of Urban Studies Research, Vol.. 36, No. S2: 1-23, August. Abstract: Over the past decade, under the rubric of creative placemaking, policymakers, planners and practitioners have turned to arts and culture to enliven city life and […]
Twin Cities Markusen Keynote: Arts, Culture, and Cities, June 5, 2014, 11:30-1:00, Landmark Center Legacy Luncheon, reservations advised, http://www.landmarkcenter.org/legacy.html Select Committee Report on Living Wage Jobs Released! https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4804300/Living%20Wage%20Jobs%20Final%20Report%20514.pdf oauthored with Minnesota House Representative Ryan Winkler and Macalester College Economics Professor Karine Moe, the Committee’s final report analyzes falling media incomes despite a comparatively strong Minnesota economy and reveals […]