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Unionism
Dr Andrew Vandenberg
Position: Senior lecturer
School: School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Education
Campus: Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus
Business Phone: (03) 5227 3371
Mobile: 0409 958 149
Email: vanden@deakin.edu.au
Areas of Expertise: Social movement unionism. Corporatism. Protest movements. Democracy. Democratisation. My School and education policy.
Category: politics, policy, unionism, sweden


Urban planning and development
Professor Louise Johnson
Position: Professor
School: School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Education
Campus: Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus
Business Phone: (03) 5227 3375
Mobile: 0417 164 160
Email: lcj@deakin.edu.au
Areas of Expertise: Planning in Australia. Suburban development in Australia. Indigenous heritage issues and planning. Geelong's economy and regional development. The role of culture in revitalising regional centres. The definition of cultural capital. How urban festivals create value and civic confidence. Women in suburban housing. Women and paid work especially in manufacturing and services. Geelong economic history - textile industry and urban redevelopment. Waterfront renewal especially Melbourne's Docklands.
Category: culture, women's issues, work and workplace issues, urban planning and development

Professor Des Smith
Position: Professor and Chair in Architecture
School: School of Architecture and Building
Faculty: Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment
Campus: Geelong Waterfront Campus
Business Phone: (03) 5227 8350
Mobile:
Email: dess@deakin.edu.au
Areas of Expertise: Architecture including design in general, urban design and landscape architecture.
Category: architecture and building, urban planning and development


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23rd April 2010