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Emma Fergusson MA(Hons), MPlanPrac(Hons), MNZPI

Lecturer in Planning

School of People, Environment and Planning

Professional

Contact details

  • Location: SST 3.21, Social Sciences Tower
    Campus: Turitea

Qualifications

  • Master of Arts (Hons) - University of Canterbury (2003)
  • Master of Planning Practice (Hons) - The University of Auckland (2010)
  • Member of the New Zealand Planning Institute - New Zealand Planning Institute (2017)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

Housing policy; inequality; discourse analysis; mobilities; gentrification; planning and indigenous communities; community development; feminist theory; poststructuralism.

Thematics

Resource Development and Management

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Built Environment And Design (120000): Community Planning (120501): History and Theory of the Built Environment (excl. Architecture) (120502): Housing Markets, Development, Management (120503): Land Use and Environmental Planning (120504):
Policy and Administration (160500): Public Policy (160510):
Regional Analysis and Development (120505):
Social Policy (160512): Studies In Human Society (160000):
Transport Planning (120506): Urban Analysis and Development (120507): Urban and Regional Planning (120500)

Research Outputs

Journal

Fergusson, EJ. (2016). Book review: Policy, planning and people. Promoting justice in urban development.. Urban Policy and Research. 33(4), 506-519
[Book Review]Authored by: Fergusson, E.
Fergusson, EJ. (2013). Interrogating authorship in Flaxmere's Regeneration. Urban Policy and Research. 31(1), 75-91 Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/
[Journal article]Authored by: Fergusson, E.
Fergusson, EJ. (2012). Book review: Lessons for the big society: Planning, regeneration and the politics of community participation. Urban Policy and Research. 30(3), 349-351Retreived from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/08111146.2012.712332
[Book Review]Authored by: Fergusson, E.
Fergusson, EJ. (2010). Insurgent Planning: Coming soon to a community near you. Planning Quarterly. 176, 28-32
[Journal article]Authored by: Fergusson, E.

Book

Research and Evaluation Unit (RIMU), Auckland Council, . (2017). Housing Research Plan. In Auckland Council research strategy and priority research areas 2013 - 2016. (pp. 107 - 146). Auckland: Auckland Council
[Chapter]Contributed to by: Fergusson, E.

Report

Fergusson, EJ., Witten, K., Kearns, R., & Kearns, L. (2016). ‘Everything is community’: Developer and incoming resident experiences of the establishment phase at Waimahia Inlet. Residential Choice and Community Formation Strand: Resilient Urban Futures.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Fergusson, E., Witten, K.
Meares, C., Fergusson, EJ., & Spiers, R.(2016). Cloak or skin: Perceptions of Māori responsiveness in Auckland council’s research and evaluation unit, RIMU. (Report No. TR2016/016). Auckland: Auckland Council
[Technical Report]Authored by: Fergusson, E.
Fergusson, EJ., Terruhn, J., Gilbertson, A., Ovenden, K., & Wildish, B.(2016). Youth mobilities in the southern initiative, Auckland: Transport practices and experiences of 15-24 year olds. (Report No. TR 2016/014). Auckland, New Zealand: Research and Evaluation Unit, Auckland Council
[Technical Report]Authored by: Fergusson, E., Terruhn, J.
Fredrickson, C., Fergusson, EJ., & Wildish, B.(2016). Residential property amalgamation and aggregation in Auckland, 2004-2014. (Report No. TR2016/001). Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland Council
[Technical Report]Authored by: Fergusson, E.

Conference

Fergusson, EJ. (2017). Transforming responsible citizens: the regeneration of Tāmaki. In CL. Miller (Ed.) The Proceedings of the 2017 Rodney Davies Research Symposium. (pp. 53 - 74). : Rodney Davies Symposium, New Zealand Planning Institute Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Fergusson, E.Edited by: Miller, C.
Fergusson, EJ., Witten, K., & Kearns, R. (2017, February). Converging agendas: Hybrid housing governance at Waimahia Inlet. Presented at Australasian Housing Researchers Conference. Melbourne, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fergusson, E., Witten, K.
Fergusson, EJ. (2016, November). Investigating youth transport disadvantage: talking to and talking through. Presented at Sociological Association of Aotearoa (New Zealand). Napier.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fergusson, E.
Fergusson, EJ., Witten, K., & Kearns, R. (2016, October). "Everything is community": New resident and developer experiences at Waimahia Inlet. Presented at Australia and New Zealand Association of Planning Schools Conference. Parramatta, New South Wales.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fergusson, E., Witten, K.
Fergusson, EJ. (2016, February). (Re)Generating responsible citizens: Reading the Tāmaki Strategic Framework against the grain. Presented at Australasian Housing Researchers Conference. Auckland.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fergusson, E.
Fergusson, EJ., Meares, C., & Te Hira, H. (2015, December). Māori responsiveness – cloak or skin? The story of a ‘transformational project’. Presented at Sociological Association of Aotearoa (New Zealand) Annual Conference. Hamilton, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fergusson, E.
Fergusson, EJ. (2015, December). Regeneration and responsibility: Reading the Tāmaki strategic framework. Presented at Sociological Association of Aotearoa (New Zealand) Annual Conference. Hamilton, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fergusson, E.
Fergusson, EJ. (2015, October). Narratives of responsibility: unpacking the Tāmaki Strategic Framework. Presented at Australia New Zealand Association of Planning Schools conference. Melbourne, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fergusson, E.
Fergusson, EJ. (2014, July). Inequality in a classless society? Reflections on the relationship between national identity and policy frames. Presented at Association of European Schools of Planning Congress. Utrecht.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fergusson, E.
Austin, PM., Fergusson, EJ., Howell, M., Utley, T., & Hickman, R.Visualising the Impossible? Simulating options for low carbon transport scenarios in Auckland, New Zealand. : State of Australian Cities Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Fergusson, E.
Fergusson, EJ.Framing inequality: Authorship and authority in the case of Flaxmere.. : World Planning Schools Congress
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Fergusson, E.
Fergusson, EJ.Are Transition Towns insurgent planning?. Kendal, D (ed) (2009) Proceedings of the Universitas 21 International Graduate Research Conference: Sustainable Cities for the Future.. : Universitas 21 International Graduate Research Conference: Sustainable Cities for the Future
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Fergusson, E.

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