Inclusiveness via co-design processes
Dr. Gabriele Schliwa is based at the Utrecht University School of Governance, where she works as a postdoctoral researcher as part of the Transforming Cities hub. Her current research investigates and reflects upon the inclusiveness of urban co-design as an approach for digital urban development (in particular applied to 5G infrastructure and imaginaries).
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Grove, K., Krivy, M., Rickards, L., Schliwa, S., Collier, S. J., Cox, S. and Gandy, M. (2019). Interventions on design in political geography. Political Geography. Vol. 74. DOI:10.1016/j.polgeo.2019.04.009
Hodson, M., Evans, j. and Schliwa, G. (2018). Conditioning experimentation: The struggle for place-based discretion in shaping urban infrastructures. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space. Vol. 36(8), 1480–1498. DOI:10.1177/2399654418765480
Sheldrick, A., Evans, J. and Schliwa, G. (2016) Policy Learning and Sustainable Urban Transitions: Mobilising Berlin’s Cycling Renaissance. Urban Studies.Vol. 54(12), 2739–2762. DOI:10.1177/0042098016653889
Voytenko, Y., McCormick, K., Evans, J. and Schliwa, G. (2015). Urban Living Labs for Sustainability and Low Carbon Cities in Europe: Towards a Research Agenda. Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 123, 45-54. DOI:10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.08.053
Schliwa, G., Evans, J., Rhoades, J. and Aziz, S. (2015). Sustainable city logistics - Making cargo cycles viable for urban freight transport. Research in Transportation Business & Management. Vol. 15, 50-57. DOI: 10.1016/j.rtbm.2015.02.001
Abel, P, Fox, M, Potts, R, Hemment, D, Thomson, C, Gajdos, P, Li, S, Vazquez, AD, Barraclough, R, Schliwa, G, Lindley, J, Turner, S, Devitt, J, MacDonald, J, Lee, A, Trueblood, C, Maxwell, D, Mehrpouya, H, Woods, M, Walsh, V, Moisy, A, Islamoglu, G, Sherriff, G, Thomas, V, Devitt, L, Jennings, K, Speed, C, Tynan-O'Mahony, F, Gebhardt, V-K, Trimble, L, Raikes, R & Monsen, K (2015). Re-writing the city: negotiating and reflecting on data streams. In: British HCI '15 Proceedings of the 2015 British HCI Conference. ACM, New York, NY, USA, pp. 147-156. DOI: 10.1145/2783446.2783562
Schliwa, G. (2019). Smart cities by design? Interrogating design thinking for citizen participation. In: Di Feliciantonio, C., Cadullo, P and Kitchen, R., (Eds). The Right to the Smart City. Bingley: Emerald.
Hodson, M., Evans, j. and Schliwa, G. (2018). Putting urban experiments into context: Integrating Urban Living Labs and city-regional priorities. In: Marvin, S., Bulkeley, H., Mai, L., McCormick, K., Voytenko Palgan,Y. (Eds) (2018) Urban Living Labs – Experimenting with City Futures. Routledge, London.
Voytenko, Y., McCormick, K., Evans, J. and Schliwa, G. (2018). Urban Living Labs: Catalysing Sustainability and Low Carbon Cities in Europe. In: Marvin, S., Bulkeley, H., Mai, L., McCormick, K., Voytenko Palgan, Y. (Eds) (2018) Urban Living Labs. Experimenting with City Futures. Routledge, London.
Schliwa, G. and Kes McCormick (2016). Living Labs: Users, Citizens and Transitions. In: Evans, J., Karvonen, A. and Raven, R. (Eds.) (2016) The Experimental City: new modes and prospects of urban transformation. p. 163-178. Routledge, London.
Evans, J., Schliwa, G. and Luke, K. (2016). The Glorious Failure of the Experimental City: Cautionary Tales from Arcosanti and Masdar. In: Evans, J., Karvonen, A. and Raven, R. (Eds.) (2016) The Experimental City: new modes and prospects of urban transformation. p. 218-235. Routledge, London.
Schliwa, G. (2019). Klimaproblem gelöst? Design thinking und die Digitalisierung des menschlichen Denkens und Handelns. In: Berliner Gazette. Link: https://berlinergazette.de/klimawandel-design-thinking/
Schliwa, G. and Sherriff, G. (2016). Research meets Cycling - In the City and for the City. In: Platform Link: http://gmlch.ontheplatform.org.uk/article/research-meets-cycling-city-and-city
Sheldrick, A., Evans, J. and Schliwa, G. (2016). How do cities learn to become sustainable? In: Urban Studies Blog. Link: http://urbanstudiesjnl.blogspot.de/2016/08/how-do-cities-learn-to-become.html
Schliwa, G., Bell, B., Evans, J. and Mason, C. (2015). Can Cycling Apps Inform Smart Infrastructure Planning? In: EFR - Delivering into the strategic issues of infrastructure (Parsons Brinckerhoff publication). Link: http://efr.wsp-pb.com/publications/default.aspx?id=80
Schliwa, G., Bell, B., Evans, J. and Mason, C. (2015). Viewpoint - Can Cycling Apps Inform Smart Infrastructure Planning? In: Local Transport Today (LLT) Issue 664, Viewpoint, p. 18.
Evans, J. and Schliwa, G. (2014). Can Manchester become a cycling city? In:Manchester Policy Blog. Link: http://blog.policy.manchester.ac.uk/featured/2014/03/can-manchester-become-a-cycling-city-2/
Schliwa, G. (2013). Exploring Living Labs through Transition Management - Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Urban Transitions. In: IIIEE Master thesis IMEN41 20132. The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics, Lund, Sweden. Link: https://lup.lub.lu.se/student-papers/search/publication/4091934
Schliwa, G. (2019) 5G is coming. Presentation at Beyond Smart Cities Today symposium 18-19 September 2019 in Rotterdam, NL.
Schliwa, G. (2019) ‘Design thinking’ and the new economy of urban experiences. Presentation at the RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 28-30 August 2019 in London, UK.
Schliwa, G. (2018) Designing Urban Citizenship - Rationalities and implications of ‘design thinking’ in the city. Presentation at: American Association of Geographer’s Annual Meeting (AAG) 10-14 April 2018 in New Orleans, USA.
Schliwa, G. (2017) Designing Urban Citizenship? The politics of design-led governance. Presented at: Nordic Geographer’s Meeting (NGM), 18-21 June 2017 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Schliwa, G. (2017) Designing Urban Citizenship? The politics of the urban prototype as creative commons. Presented at: American Association of Geographer’s Annual Meeting (AAG) 5-9 April 2017 in Boston, USA.
Schliwa, G. and Smith, S. (2019) Now, Infrastructural Futures. (1+2) Session co-organisation at the RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 28-30 August 2019 in London, UK. Link: http://conference.rgs.org/AC2019/159
Schliwa, G. and Cowley, R. (2018) Elusive landscapes of ‘design’ in the city. (1+2) Session co-organisation at the RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 28-31 August 2018 in Cardiff, UK. Link: http://conference.rgs.org/AC2018/ e77e1119-046d-46af-82a2-baefff103916
Schliwa, G. and Usher M. (2018) Designing politics | Politicising design - (In)visibilities of power through the urban and social fabric. Session co-organisation at American Association of Geographer’s Annual Meeting (AAG) 10-14 April 2018 in New Orleans, USA. Link: https://aag.secure-abstracts.com/AAG%20Annual%20Meeting%202018/sessions-gallery/11660