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Publications

Browne, B. W., Basheeruddin, Y., Browne, E. (2003). Women Alive! A Legacy of Social Justice: A Tribute to Chicago’s Pioneering Women. Imagine Chicago.

Browne, B. W. (2003). Liberating Imagination About Aging. Foresight, 5 (6), 69-72.

Browne, B. W. (2005). Imagine Chicago: Cultivating Hope and Imagination. In Newnes, C., & Radcliffe, N. (2005). Making and Breaking Children's Lives. PCCS Books.

Browne, B. W. (1998). Lessons from the field: Applying appreciative inquiry (Hammond, S., Royal, C., Eds.). Plano, TX: Practical Press, Inc.

Browne, B. W. (2002). Forbingelser Til Imagine Chicago (pp.265-289). In Dalsgaard, C., Meisner, T., & Voetmann, K. (Eds.). Værdsat: værdsættende samtaler i praksis. Copenhagen: Psykologisk Forlag.

Browne, B. W., Jain, S. (2002). Imagine Chicago: Ten Years of Imagination in Action. Chicago, IL: Imagine Chicago.

 

Speeches

 

Browne, B. W., March, 2008. “IWA: Friendship and Public Life”. A speech given to International Women Associates Chicago in response to receiving the 2008 Women Extraordinaire Award

Browne, B. W., September, 2006. Presentation to the Municipality of Vejle, Denmark

Browne, B. W., June 18,2006."A Conversation with the Future". A keynote for the  PLUS network meeting in Vancouver.

Browne, B. W., July 12, 1999.Inspiring Civic Innovation”. A keynote address given to the Hull House /Toynbee Hall conference, Chicago

 

Discussion of Imagine Chicago by Other Authors

 

Cooperrider, D. L. (1996). The Child as Agent of Inquiry (Vol. 28). Organizational Development Practitioner.

Cooperrider, D. L., Whitney, D., & Stayros, J. M. (2003). Appreciative Inquiry Handbook: The First in a Series of AI Workbooks for Leaders of Change. Berrett-Koehler Publishers. (preview)

New Economic Foundation (1998). Imagine (pp.28). Participation Works! : 21 techniques of community participation for the 21st century.

Gergen, K. J. (2001). Social Construction in Context. SAGE.

Hackney, S. (1999). One American Indivisible: A National Conversation on American Pluralism and Identity. National Endowment for the Humanities.

Ludema, J. D., Mohr, B. J., Whitney, D., & Griffin T. J. (2003). The Appreciative Inquiry Summit: A Practioner’s Guide for Leading Large-group Change. Berrett-Koehler Publishers.

Markova, D. (2005). The SMART Parenting Revolution: A Powerful New Approach to Unleashing Your Child's Potential Ballantine Books.

McDermott, D. (2007). Developing Caring Relationships, Parents, Children, Schools and Communities. SAGE.

Newman, P., & Jennings, I. (2008). Cities as Sustainable Ecosystems: Principles and Practices. Island Press.

Paddock, S. S. (2003). Appreciative Inquiry in the Catholic Church. Thin Book Publishing

Walker, P. (2000). Imagine. In Flower, C., Mincher, P., & Rimkus, S. (Eds.) PLA Notes 38: Participatory Processes in the North (pp. 77-80). IIED.

   

             


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