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Planning Theory Lecture Series

ANOTHER CITY IS POSSIBLE

Anarchist thinking in the alternative production of urbanity 

The planning theory lecture series is an event organised by the Chair of Planning Theory and Analysis of Urban and Regional Policies of the Institute of Urban and Regional Planning (TU Berlin)which addresses academics, students and the interested university public.

In the current edition ANOTHER CITY IS POSSIBLE. Anarchist thinking in the alternative production of urbanity, guest speakers from different disciplines are invited in four consecutive online sessions to reflect and discuss from their specific perspective the opportunities and potentials of alternative urban development enabled by anarchist thinking.

Weekly public lecture series, 01-22 February 2021 (6pm CET), virtual format (via Zoom).

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Meeting ID: 678 9229 9112

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New Publication
Faschina, E. and Grube, N. (2021), 'Ostdeutsche Peripherien  - Planerische Perspektiven auf räumliche Ungleichheiten', PLANERIN 1_21, SRL: 47-48.

New Publication
Grube, N. and Thiele, K. (2020), 'Kritische Stadtexkursionen: Annäherung an eine reflexive Exkursionspraxis',  sub\urban. Zeitschrift für Kritische Stadtforschung, 8(3), 215–230.

New Publication
Fricke, C. and Gualini, E. (2020), ‘Metropolitanization as State Spatial Transformation’, in Moisio, S., Koch, N., Jonas, A.E.G., Lizotte, C. and Luukkonen, J. (eds) Handbook on the Changing Geographies of the State: New Spaces of Geopolitics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar: 428-441.

New Publication
‘Dezentral - Studentische Erkundungen in der Lausitz’, Magazine of the B1-4 BA-Studio "Ostdeutsche Peripherien" 2019/2020, Lecturer: Nils Grube 

New Publication
Legacy, C., Metzger, J., Steele, W. and Gualini, E. (2019), Beyond the post-political: Exploring the relational and situated dynamics of consensus and conflict in planning, Planning Theory, 18.3: 273-281.

New Publication
Grube, N. (2018)‘You are a tourist! Exploring tourism conflicts by means of performative interventions’ in Frisch, T., Sommer, C., Stoltenberg, L. et al. (eds.) ‚Tourism and Everyday Life in the Contemporary City‘, London/New York, Routledge: 232-254.

New Publication
Novy, J. and Grube, N. (2018) ‘Streitgrund Stadttourismus- Über die Ursachen und Folgen der Debatte über Overtourism und Tourismusphobie’, PlanerIn,6.18, SRL: 5-8.

New Publication
Gross, J.E., Gualini, E. and Ye, L. (eds.) (2018) ‘Constructing Metropolitan Space: Actors, Policies and Processes of Rescaling in World Metropolises’, Routledge, London/New York

Event
Direct Democracy Ride – "Erfahren" Sie Berlins Volksentscheide!
Berlin, 24 June 2018
project presentation and public discussion about the current bachelor students project- on methods of direct democracy and the co-creation of city, in cooperation with MakeCity Festival 2018
Program line Nils Grube, Philipp Nimpsch

International Conference
'International Conference on the Urban Night: Governance, Diversity, Mobility'
Sofia University, 7-8 June 2018, presentation by Nils Grube titled: Night Tourism Governance and Conflict Regulation under Post-political Conditions

New Publication
Gualini, E. (2018)
‘Political Articulation and Hegemonic Practices in the Institutionalization of the Urban Order’, in Salet, W.G.M. (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Planning and Institutions in Action, London/New York: Routledge: 43-58.

New Publication
Gualini, E. and Fricke, C. (2018)
‘‘Who Governs’ Berlin’s Metropolitan Region? The Strategic-Relational Construction of Metropolitan Scale in Berlin-Brandenburg’s Economic Development Policies’, Environment & Planning C: Politics and Space, onlinefirst

New Publication
Fricke, C. and Gualini, E. (2018) ‘Metropolitan Regions as Contested Spaces: The Discursive Construction of Metropolitan Space in Comparative Perspective’, Territory Politics Governance 6.2: 199-221, (special issue on ‘Constructing Metropolitan Scales: Economic, Political and Discursive Determinants’)