publications

Publications in English by members of the network (selection):

  • Vakkari, Pertti; Aabø, Svanhild; Audunson, Ragnar Andreas; Huysmans, Frank; Oomes, Marjolein (2014). Perceived outcomes of public libraries in Finland, Norway and the Netherlands. Journal of Documentation. Vol. 70, Iss: 5, pp.927 – 944. doi: 10.1108/JD-06-2013-0072
  • Audunson, Ragnar Andreas; Aabø, Svanhild (2013). From collections to connections: building a revised platform for library and information science. Information research. Vol. 18. http://informationr.net/ir/18-3/colis/paperC29.html#.UmellPlkPh4
  • Aabø, Svanhild; Audunson, Ragnar Andreas (2012). Use of library space and the library as place. Library & Information Science Research. Vol. 34. doi: 10.1016/j.lisr.2011.06.002
  • Audunson, Ragnar Andreas; Essmat, Sophie; Aabø, Svanhild (2011). Public libraries: A meeting place for immigrant women?. Library & Information Science Research. Vol. 33. doi: 10.1016/j.lisr.2011.01.003 http://hdl.handle.net/10642/802
  • Aabø, Svanhild; Audunson, Ragnar Andreas (2010). The Library as a Meeting Place in Different Urban Communities. City Life and Library Service. Library and Community Well-Being. s. 189-201
  • Aabø, Svanhild; Audunson, Ragnar Andreas; Vårheim, Andreas (2010). How do public libraries function as meeting places?. Library & Information Science Research. Vol. 32. doi: 10.1016/j.lisr.2009.07.008 http://hdl.handle.net/10037/3099
  • Blumer, Eliane ; Schuldt, Karsten (2014). Urban Revitalization, Gentrification, and the Public Library: The Case of Lausanne, Switzerland. In: LIBREAS 10 (2015) 26 http://libreas.eu/ausgabe26/03blumer/
  • Evjen, Sunniva (2015). The image of an institution: Politicians and the urban library project, Library & Information Science Research, Volume 37, Issue 1, January 2015, Pages 28-35, ISSN 0740-8188, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lisr.2014.09.004.
  • Evjen, Sunniva; Audunson, Ragnar Andreas (2009). The complex library – do the public’s attitudes represent a barrier to institutional change in public libraries?. New Library World. Vol. 110.
  • De Vos, E. and De Walsche, J. (2013), “Why theory by design is an issue”, In: De Vos, E.; De Walsche, J.; Michels, M. and Verbruggen S, (eds.) Theory by Design. Architectural Research made explicit in the Design Studio, Antwerp, University Press Antwerp, 9-15. [ISBN 978-90-5718-224-2] (GPRC-label)
  • Inge  Somers and Els De Vos (2013), “With the Other, Beyond Confusion”, The International Journal of Interior architecture + Spatial design, (1) 1, 22-32.
  • De Vos, E., “Living with High-Rise Modernity. The Modernist Kiel Housing Estate of Renaat Braem, a Catalyst to a Socialist Modern Way of Life?”, in: Homecultures, 7 (2010) 2, 134-158.
  • De Vos, E. (2005)., “Public Parks in Ghent’s City Life. From Expression to Emancipation?”, European Planning Studies, Oktober, (13) 7, 1035-1061.
  • Edinger, E. (2014): Examining Space Perceptions. Combining Visual and Verbal Data with Reactive and Non-Reactive Methods in Studies of the Elderly and Library Users. In: Historical Social Research, Special Issue “Spatial Methods”, Vol. 39  No. 2. S. 181-202. (peer reviewed)
  • Hvenegaard Rasmussen & Jochumsen H. (2009), ”Urban development and libraries. The children´s library as a placemaker”, Library Space – Inspiration for Buildings and design. (Ed. Niegaard, H., J. Lauridsen & K. Schulz), The Danish Library Association
  • Hvenegaard Rasmussen C. & Jochumsen H. (2007), “Problems and Possibilities – The Public library in the borderline between modernity and late-modernity”, The Library Quarterly, The University of Chicago Press, Vol. 77, nr. 1
  • Jochumsen, H. Skot-Hansen, D. & Hvenegaard, C. (2010), “A new model for the public library in the knowledge and experience society”, Styrelsen for Bibliotek og Medier, http://www.bibliotekogmedier.dk/fileadmin/user_upload/dokumenter/bibliotek/indsatsomraader/Udvalg_om_Folkebibliotekernes_rolle_i_videnssamfundet/A_new_model_for_the_public_library.pdf
  • Jochumsen, H., Hvenegaard, C. & Skot-Hansen, D. (2012), “The four spaces – a new model for the public library”. In New Library World, vol. 113, nr. 11/12, p. 587-597
  • Jochumsen, H., Skot-Hansen, D. & Hvenegaard Rasmussen, C.(2015): Towards Culture 3.0 – performative space in the public library. In: International Journal of Cultural Policy, DOI: 10.1080/10286632.2015.1043291
  • Johannsen, C.G. (2013) ”The Danish Library Leadership Surveys 2001-2007”, P. Hernon & N.O. Pors (red), Library Leadership in the United States and Europe:  A Comparative Study of Academic and Public Libraries. Santa Barbara, California: Libraries Unlimited, Incorporated, p. 85-92
  • Johannsen, C.G. & Pors, N.O.  (2012), ”EBLIP and organisational recipes – An analysis of the adoption and interpretation of EBLIP in the library and information sector”, Library and Information Science Trends: Europe (edited by A. Spink & J. Heinström), Emerald. P. 43-65
  • Johannsen, C.G. (2012). ”Staff-less libraries – recent Danish public library experiences”, New Library World, vol. 113, no. 7/8, p. 333-342
  • Johannsen, C.G. (2012), ”Evidence-based Practice in libraries – Principles and discussions”, Libri, vol. 62, no.2, p. 174-184.
  • Kiib, H. (2012), “Designing Concepts and Strategies”, Andrade, V., Schmit S. & Bendix  Lanng, D. (ed)  Musings- An Urban Design Antology ,  Aalborg University Press
  • Kiib, H. (ed.)(2010, “Performativ Urban Design”, H. Kiib (ed.) Performative Urban Design, Aalborg University Press
  • Kiib, H., (2010), Architectural Narratives – Traces and Performaties, H. Kiib (ed), Performative Urban Design, Aalborg University Press
  • Komossa, S., (2010), The Dutch Urban Block and the Public Realm; Models, Rules, Ideals, Nijmegen, Vantilt.
  • Komossa, S., Towards new architectural and urban models; Dutch urban block, public domain and city economy’, in: Jürgen Rosemann, Lei Qu, Diego Sepulveda (eds), proceedings The New urban question, urbanism beyond neo-liberalism, Rotterdam, 2009 p. 213-228.
  • Komossa, S., ‘The Transformation of the Dutch Urban Block in relation to the Public Realm; Model, Rule and Ideal’ in: Lei Ou (ed.), proceedings The PhD Seminar on Public Space and Neighbourhood Quality, TU Delft 19/20 March 2009
  • Koller, S. (2013). Architects on Value: Reducing the Good to the Beautiful?. Moroni and Basta 2013.
  • Koller, S. forthcoming. Object Driven Models of Normative Appraisal in Architecture and Urbanism. Presentation delivered at Delft (NL), Ann Arbor (US), and Dresden (GE), prepared for publication in 2014.
  • Marling, G.,(2012), “Experiencing Performative Urban Spaces” , Andrade, V., Schmit S. & Bendix  Lanng, D. (ed)  Musings- An Urban Design Antology. Aalborg University Press
  • Marling, G & Kiib, H., (2011), Instant City@Roskilde Festival, Aalborg University Press. 403 pages
  • Marling, G., (2010), “Urban Life in the Experience City” H. Kiib (ed): Performative Urban Design, Aalborg University Press
  • Marling, G, Kiib, H. & Jensen O. B., (2009), Experience City. DK, Aalborg Universitetsforlag, 356 pages
  • Marling, G, Kiib , H.& Jensen O. B., (2009), “The Experience City: Planning of Hybrid Cultural Projects”, European Planning Studies. 17, 6, p. 863-885
  • Marling, G, Kiib, H. & Jensen O. B., (2008), Designing the Experience City-The role of Hybrid Cultural Projects, G. Marling (ed.) Nordich Journal for Architectual Reseach #1; 2008. Throndheim
  • Marling, G. (2008, “The Experience City & Challenges for Architects and Urban Designers”, G. Marling (ed.), Nordich Journal for Architectual Reseach #1; 2008, Throndheim
  • Skot-Hansen, D., Hvenegaard, C. & Jochumsen,  H. (2013), “The role of public libraries in culture-led urban regeneration”, New Library World, vol. 114, nr. 1/2, s. pp. 7-19
  • Skot-Hansen, D., Hvenegaard, C. & Jochumsen, H. (2012), “Re-inventing public Libraries: The role of the public library in strategies for culture-led urban regeneration”, Paper at ICCPR; International Conference of Cultural Policy Research, Barcelona, Spain, 09/07/12 – 12/07/12
  • Skot-Hansen, D. (2010), “New Stages – New Experiences “,  H. Kiib (ed.), Performative Urban Design, Aalborg Universitetsforlag, Aalborg, Art and Urbanism Series, nr. 2. pp. 122-134
  • Vallet, N. (2015),The odyssey of Flemish public libraries facing opportunities and threats when becoming strategic partners in urban development, Library Management, Vol. 36 Iss 8/9 pp. 609 –
    622. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/LM-05-2015-0026
  • Vallet, N. (2013), “Becoming Partners in Urban development, a case-study research on the Strategic Roles of Flemish and Dutch Public Libraries in the Future Development of Cities”, Library Management vol. 34, issue 8, p. 650–663.
  • Vallet, N. (2012), “Informational cities and city innovation : (re)defining the strategic footprint of public libraries”, Conference paper, City of Flow Conference, 12-14 July 2012 Potsdam (Germany) – Potsdam, pp.23.
  • Vallet, N. (2011), “Strategic Decision Making in Flemish Cities: Constructing Theory from Practice”, Working paper, Steunpunt Bestuurlijke Organisatie Vlaanderen II (Leuven, Belgium), Depotnr. D/2011/10106/002, pp. 55.
  • van den Hoven, Jeroen, 2000, “E-democracy, E-contestation and the Monitorial Citizen”, Ethics and Information Technology (Springer), 7, 2; 51 – 59.
  • van den Hoven, J. and Rooksby, E. (2008), “Distributive justice and the value of information: a (broadly) Rawlsian approach”, Information technology and moral philosophy (Cambridge University Press), 376
  • van den Hoven, J. (2013) “Value Sensitive Design and Responsible Innovation”, Responsible Innovation: Managing the Responsible Emergence of Science and Innovation in Society, 75-83, Wiley Online Library
  • van den Hoven, J.; Wildshut, E. and Bakker, E. (2012), “Responsible Innovation at Port Cities”, Bolletino del Dipartimento di Coversazione dei Beni Architettonici ed Ambientali, 12, 1/2012; 765 – 771.
  • van den Hoven, J. (2013), “Architecture and Value-Sensitive Design”, Ethics, Design and Planning of the Built Environment (Springer Netherlands); 135 – 141.
  • Walser, D. A. (2010), The Power of Building Tradition, cd-rom, in: Book of Abstracts and cd of papers, 1st International Meeting EAHN. European Architecture History Network, Guimarães, Portugal, June 17-20, 2010.

 

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