The Centre for Urban and Regional Studies (CURS) engages in research focused on the complex political, economic, social, cultural and environmental processes and relations that are transforming cities and regions.

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URBAN AND REGIONAL STUDIES

Full Refereed Conference Papers

2010

Cameron J, Manhood C, and Pomfrett J (2010) Growing the community of community gardens: Research contributions, in B Turner, J Henryks and D Pearson (Eds.) Community Garden Conference: Promoting sustainability, health and inclusion in the city, 7-8 October 2010, proceedings, pp. 116-129.
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2009

Dunn K, Piracha A, McGuirk PM, Maginn P, Buxton M, Phibbs P and Pelleri D (2009) What do publics want from the planning system? State of Australian Cities Conference, Nov 25-27, Curtain University, Perth, (CD Rom)


2008

Wright S (2008) Building networks of food sovereignty in South and Southeast Asia, 49th Annual Convention, Bridging Multiple Divides, San Francisco, USA, Mar 26.
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Barraket J, Carey G, Melville R, Richardson S, Scott M and Wright S (2008) Universities as civic institutions - The impacts of practice-based learning exchange on students, third sector organizations and academic staff. 8th International Conference of the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR). Universtat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain


2007

Fryirs K, Hillman M and Spkin A (2007) Challenges faced in the integration of science in river management in Australia in AL Wilson, RL Dehaan, RJ Watts, K Page, KH Bowmer and A Curtis (Eds) Proceedings of the 5th Australian Stream Management Conference Australian Rivers: Making a Difference. 21-25 May 2007, Thurgoona, New South Wales. Albury, New South Wales, Charles Sturt University, Institute for Land, Water and Society, 103-108

McGuirk PM (2007) Building the capacity to govern the Australian metropolis: challenges and opportunities. Invited Keynote to the State of Australian Cities Conference, Adelaide, Nov 26-39 (CD Rom)

O'Neill P and McGuirk PM (2007) Towards an Antipodean theory of space, in Proceedings of the ARCRNSISS Methodology, Tools and Techniques and Spatial Theory Paradigm Forums Workshop, B Mitchell, S Baum, P O'Neill, PM McGuirk (Eds) University of Newcastle, Australia, 15-17 June 2005; pp207-16 Melbourne, Vic.: RMIT Publishing

McGuirk PM and O'Neill P (2007) Spatial theories of the urban, in Proceedings of the ARCRNSISS Methodology, Tools and Techniques and Spatial Theory Paradigm Forums Workshop, B Mitchell, S Baum, P O'Neill, PM McGuirk (Eds) University of Newcastle, Australia, 15-17 June 2005; pp207-16 Melbourne, Vic.: RMIT Publishing

McGuirk PM and O'Neill P (2007) Applying GIS in practitioner settings, in Proceedings of the ARCRNSISS Methodology, Tools and Techniques and Spatial Theory Paradigm Forums Workshop, B Mitchell, S Baum, P O'Neill, PM McGuirk (Eds) University of Newcastle, Australia, 15-17 June 2005; pp207-16 Melbourne, Vic.: RMIT Publishing

Lloyd K, Suchet-Pearson S and Wright S (2007) Decentring Fortress Australia: Borderland Geographies as Relational Spaces, in Proceedings of the ARCRNSISS Methodology, Tools and Techniques and Spatial Theory Paradigm Forums Workshop, B Mitchell, S Baum, P O'Neill, PM McGuirk (Eds) University of Newcastle, Australia, 15-17 June 2005; pp207-16 Melbourne, Vic.: RMIT Publishing

Wright S, Suchet-Pearson S and Lloyd K (2007) Educational tourism and learning exchanges with indigenous tour operators in the Northern Territory. Refereed paper in CAUTHE, Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference, I McDonnell, S Grabowski, R March, (Eds) CD-ROM, University of Technology, Sydney