[URBANTH-L]CONFANN: New Urbanism, Preservation, Planning and Energy
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Fri Nov 5 09:46:20 EST 2004
CONFANN: New Urbanism, Preservation, Planning and Energy
From: Dr. John I Gilderbloom <jgilde02 at sprynet.com>
The 4th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences
will be held from June 13 (Monday) to June 16 (Thursday), 2005 at the
Waikiki Beach Marriott <http://www.waikikibeachmarriott.com> in
Honolulu, Hawaii. Honolulu is located on the island of Oahu. "Oahu"
is a Hawaiian word usually translated as "the gathering place". The
2005 Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences will be the
gathering place for academicians and professionals from social
sciences related fields from all over the world.
The 2004 conference was a great success, attended by more than 450
participants representing more than 35 countries. A major focus of
this conference is on new urbanism, preservation, planning, energy,
and university-community partnerships.
The featured speaker for the Conference will be Andres Duany who many
consider one the world's most influential planners and leader of the
new urbanist movement. Andres will present the keynote lecture and
then give a more intimate afternoon workshop.
The main goal of the 2005 Hawaii International Conference on Social
Sciences is to provide an opportunity for academicians and
professionals from various social sciences related fields from all
over the world to come together and learn from each other. An
additional goal of the conference is to provide a place for
academicians and professionals with cross-disciplinary interests
related to social sciences to meet and interact with members inside
and outside their own particular disciplines.
This conference is co-sponsored by the University of Louisville,
Center for Sustainable Urban Neighborhoods which is directed by
Professor John Gilderbloom. Professors, graduate students and
professionals are invited to attend. This conference follows the
Congress of New Urbanism Conference in Pasadena, California from June
9 to 13. . .
Submission Deadline: February 1, 2005 Please visit out Website:
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