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This presentation will examine the particular circumstances of Berlin, and the part that the creative industries have played in the development of Berlin since reunification.
Speaker for this presentation is Professor Dr. Klaus R. Kunzmann, Visiting Fellow and former Jean Monnet Chair.
Professor Klaus Kunzmann was Director of Research of the School of Spatial Planning of the Technische Universität Dortmund in Germany from 1974 to 1993. Thereafter, until his retirement in 2006, he held a Jean Monnet professorship at the same university.
Klaus Kunzmann is a member of the German Academy of Spatial Planning and Research, a honorary member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RMIT) in Britain and a honorary member of the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP). In 1996 he received a honorary PhD from the University of Newcastle in the UK. He has published widely in German, English, French and Italian on European territorial development, on regional restructuring in traditional industrial areas, and on the role of culture and creative industries for urban and Regional development.
Getting thereVenue:The Chancellery, Building 20, Court Room 3,124 La Trobe Street, Melbourne
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