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Job Opening: research assistant

The Chair of Planning Theory and Urban-Regional Policy Analysis is currently looking for a highly motivated PhD student to independently teach courses in German and English and to supervise theses on topics relevant to the activities of the Chair; to participate in the activities of the Chair, in particular by actively contributing to the development of research projects and to the internationalisation of research and teaching; to present their research results at international conferences and in international peer-reviewed journals; to perform administrative tasks related to research and teaching; to enter an agreement on the objectives and targets of collaboration at the Chair. Closing Date for applications is July 31st 2017 (starting at September 01st 2017 for a period of max. 5 years). Further information can be found at the link below.

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Job Opening: Tutor (41h/month)

The Chair of Planning Theory and Urban-Regional Policy Analysis is currently looking for an new tutor. Application deadline is January the 27th 2017. Further information can be found at the link below.

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Job Opening: research assistant

The Chair of Planning Theory and Urban-Regional Policy Analysis is currently looking for a new research assistant for the duration of a maternity leave and parental leave that may follow. Closing Date for applications is July 1st 2016. Further information can be found at the link below.

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Job Opening: Tutor (41h/month | 60h/month)

The Chair of Planning Theory and Urban-Regional Policy Analysis is currently looking for an new tutor. Application deadline is October the 25th 2015. Further information can be found at the link below.

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Thesis-Kolloquium im Wintersemester 2015/16

Das Fachgebiet Planungstheorie und Analyse städtischer und regionaler Politiken veranstaltet im Wintersemester 2015/16 ein Thesis-Kolloquium, welches etwa monatlich stattfindet.

Folgende Termine sind hierfür vorgesehen:

2. November 2015
7. Dezember 2015
4. Januar 2016
1. Februar 2016

Das Kolloquium richtet sich an Studierende, die am Fachgebiet ihre Bachelor-, Master-, Diplom- oder Schwerpunktarbeit schreiben sowie Studierende, die an einer Betreuung am Fachgebiet interessiert sind. Entwürfe der Arbeit werden durch die Studierenden vorgestellt und im Hinblick auf Aufbau und Forschungsdesign, methodische und theoretische Herangehensweise diskutiert. Neben Hinweisen zum Verfassen von wissenschaftlichen Abschlussarbeiten erhalten Studierende wichtiges Feedback und Anregungen zu ihrer Arbeit und können auftretende Fragen klären.

Alle Studierende, deren Abschluss- oder Schwerpunktarbeit am Fachgebiet betreut wird, sind verpflichtet, regelmäßig am Kolloquium teilzunehmen und mindestens einmalig ihre Ergebnisse oder Arbeitsstände in einem 15-20 minütigen Vortrag / einer Präsentation vorzustellen. Während eines Kolloquiums sind in der Regel zwei, höchstens drei Vorträge vorgesehen.

Die Anmeldung zur Präsentation erfolgt im Sekretariat bei Andrea Bluhm (). Handouts / Exposés zu diesem Zwecke senden Sie bitte ebenfalls vorab an Frau Bluhm. Bitte beachten Sie zu gegebener Zeit auch ihre Ankündigungen per Email

Dozent/in: Prof. Dr. Enrico Gualini, Carola Fricke, M.A.
Kontakt:
Raum: 224
Turnus: Einzeltermine
Tag: Montag
Zeit: 18:00-20:00 Uhr

Bemerkungen: Die Einzeltermine am 02.11., 07.12., 04.01. sowie 01.02. finden nur nach vorheriger Anmeldung statt. Bitte beachten Sie dazu die Einladung(en) von Frau Bluhm.



Job Opening: Tutor (41h/month)

The Chair of Planning Theory and Urban-Regional Policy Analysis is currently looking for an new tutor. Application deadline is February the 9th 2015. Further information can be found at the link below.

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Thesis-Kolloquium im Wintersemester 2014/15

Das Fachgebiet Planungstheorie und Analyse städtischer und regionaler Politiken veranstaltet im Wintersemester 2014-15 ein Thesis-Kolloquium, welches etwa monatlich stattfindet.

Folgende Termine sind hierfür vorgesehen:

10. November 2014
1. Dezember 2014
12. Januar 2015
9. Februar 2015

Das Kolloquium richtet sich an Studierende, die am Fachgebiet ihre Bachelor-, Master-, Diplom- oder Schwerpunktarbeit schreiben sowie Studierende, die an einer Betreuung am Fachgebiet interessiert sind. Entwürfe der Arbeit werden durch die Studierenden vorgestellt und im Hinblick auf Aufbau und Forschungsdesign, methodische und theoretische Herangehensweise diskutiert. Neben Hinweisen zum Verfassen von wissenschaftlichen Abschlussarbeiten erhalten Studierende wichtiges Feedback und Anregungen zu ihrer Arbeit und können auftretende Fragen klären.

Alle Studierende, deren Abschluss- oder Schwerpunktarbeit am Fachgebiet betreut wird, sind verpflichtet, regelmäßig am Kolloquium teilzunehmen und mindestens einmalig ihre Ergebnisse oder Arbeitsstände in einem 15-20 minütigen Vortrag / einer Präsentation vorzustellen. Während eines Kolloquiums sind in der Regel zwei, höchstens drei Vorträge vorgesehen.

Die Anmeldung zur Präsentation erfolgt im Sekretariat bei Andrea Bluhm (). Handouts / Exposés zu diesem Zwecke senden Sie bitte ebenfalls vorab an Frau Bluhm.

Dozent/in: Prof. Dr. Enrico Gualini, Carola Fricke, M.A.
Kontakt:
Raum: 224
Turnus: Einzeltermine
Tag: Montag
Zeit: 18:00-20:00 Uhr
1. Termin: 10.11.2014

Bemerkungen: Die Einzeltermine am 10.11., 1.12., 12.1. sowie 9.2. finden nur nach vorheriger Anmeldung statt. Bitte beachten Sie dazu die Einladung(en) von Frau Bluhm.



Workshop
‘Governance und (Neo-)Institutionalismus’

ARL-Arbeitskreis Planungstheorien
TU Wien, Vienna, 4 July 2014

presentation by Enrico Gualini titled:
Neo-Institutionalismus und Governance in der Planungstheorie

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Workshop
‘Restructuration of Space’

Institute of Sociology, TU Berlin, 26-27 June 2014

presentation by Enrico Gualini titled:
The strategic-relational construction of scale

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International Conference
EURA / UAA City Futures III 2014
‘Cities as strategic places and players in a globalized world’

Paris, 18-20 June 2014

presentation by Carola Fricke and Enrico Gualini titled: Berlin as (implicit) metropolitan space? Contradictions of the institutional construction of scale

presentation by Carola Fricke titled: The ‘city’ is the new ‘region’: Metropolitan areas in European urban policies

organization of special session and presentation by Enrico Gualini titled: Urban contention and conflict: democratic, emancipatory – and transformative? Contributions to a progressive research agenda

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International Workshop
‘Innovative governance patterns and grassroots activism in local contexts: Conflict and cooperation’

Dipartimento di Architettura e Studi Urbani, Politecnico di Milano,
Milan (Italy), 8-9 May 2014

presentation by Enrico Gualini titled: Dis-articulating / re-articulating the urban order: ‘innovative’ governance as hegemonic practice. The institutional re-appropriation of ‘reclaimed spaces’ in Berlin

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Absolventen-Kolloquium im Sommersemester 2014

Das Fachgebiet Planungstheorie und Analyse städtischer und regionaler Politiken veranstaltet im Sommersemester 2014 ein Absolventen-Kolloquium, welches an bestimmten Terminen montags von 16:00 bis 18:00 Uhr in Raum B 224 stattfindet.

Folgende Termine sind hierfür vorgesehen:

28. April 2014
2. Juni 2014
30. Juni 2014

Das Kolloquium richtet sich an Studierende, die am Fachgebiet ihre Bachelor-, Master-, Diplom- oder Schwerpunktarbeit schreiben sowie an Doktoranden. Entwürfe der Arbeit werden vorgestellt und im Hinblick auf Aufbau und Forschungsdesign, methodische und theoretische Herangehensweise diskutiert. Neben Hinweisen zum Verfassen von wissenschaftlichen Abschlussarbeiten erhalten Studierende Feedback und Anregungen zu ihrer Arbeit und können auftretende Fragen klären.
Alle Studierende, deren Abschluss- oder Schwerpunktarbeit am Fachgebiet betreut wird, sind verpflichtet, regelmäßig am Kolloquium teilzunehmen und mindestens einmalig ihre Ergebnisse oder Arbeitsstände in einem 15-20 minütigen Vortrag / einer Präsentation vorzustellen. Während eines Kolloquiums sind in der Regel 2, höchstens 3 Vorträge vorgesehen.

Die Anmeldung zur Präsentation erfolgt bitte bis 1 Woche vor den Präsentationsterminen im Sekretariat bei Frau Andrea Bluhm . Handouts / Exposés zu diesem Zweck senden Sie bitte ebenfalls vorab an Frau Bluhm.



‘Spatial Governance across Borders Revisited: Organizational Forms and Spatial Planning in Metropolitan Cross-border Regions’

research article by Carola Fricke
published in European Planning Studies, 2014, online first

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Planning Controversies and Local Conflicts in Urban Development: Interpretive Approaches and Deliberative Practices
Università degli Studi di Palermo, 3-28 March 2014


Guest professorship by Prof. Dr. Enrico Gualini in the framework of the EU-supported programme Messengers of Knowledge by the Italian Ministry of University and Research in collaboration with the Italian Ministry of Economic Development

link: project outline
link: Messengers of Knowledge




International Conference
Conflicts in the city: reflections on urban unrest
Valencia (Spain) 2-4 April 2014


a conference of the
Spaces in Conflict and Crisis Research Group, University of Valencia
and of the
AESOP Planning/Conflict thematic group

Call for papers:

Abstracts (in English, max 500 words) and a brief biographic note of the author(s) (English, max 200 words) should be sent to luis.romero@uv.es until the 20th of December 2013. Additional enrollment will be accepted limited to room capacity. PhD Students are encouraged to submit paper proposals based on their doctoral research.

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link: flyer >>




Suggestions for Thesis Subjects
In connection to a current research project concerning the role of economic players in policy approaches for the development of metropolitan space as well as the variety of definitions of metropolitan spaces in spatial development polices from an comparative international point of view, the Chair of Planning Theory and Urban-Regional Policy Analysis offers a selection of thesis subjects regarding policy approaches in the Berlin-Brandenburg region. Further details are available here >>



Das Fachgebiet Planungstheorie und Analyse städtischer und regionaler Politiken veranstaltet im WiSe 2013/14 ein Absolventen-Kolloquium, welches monatlich montags von 18 bis 20 Uhr in Raum B224 stattfindet.

Das Kolloquium richtet sich an Studierende, die am Fachgebiet ihre Bachelor-, Master-, Diplom- oder Schwerpunktarbeit schreiben sowie an Doktoranden.

Entwürfe der Arbeit werden vorgestellt und im Hinblick auf Aufbau und Forschungsdesign, methodische und theoretische Herangehensweise diskutiert. Neben Hinweisen zum Verfassen von wissenschaftlichen Abschlussarbeiten erhalten Studierende Feedback und Anregungen zu ihrer Arbeit und können auftretende Fragen klären.

Alle Studierende, deren Abschluss- oder Schwerpunktarbeit am Fachgebiet betreut wird, sind verpflichtet, regelmäßig am Kolloquium teilzunehmen und mindestens einmalig ihre Ergebnisse oder Arbeitsstände vorzustellen.

Die Anmeldung zur Präsentation erfolgt bitte bis 1 Woche vor den Präsentationsterminen im Sekretariat bei Andrea Bluhm (a.bluhm@isr.tu-berlin.de). Handouts / Exposés zu diesem Zweck senden Sie bitte ebenfalls vorab an Frau Bluhm.

Kolloquiums-Termine im WiSe 2013/14

21.10.2013
11.11.2013 (entfällt)
09.12.2013
13.01.2014
03.02.2014

Achtung: Wir möchte ich Sie bitten, bis zum 27. November 2013 Ihre Teilnahme bzw. Nicht-Teilnahme für den Termin am 09.12.2013 per E-Mail zu bestätigen.



Workshop: Cultures and Practices of Pluralism in Germany and Egypt

The aim of the workshop is a comprehensive discussion of the concept and issues related to plurality and pluralism with regard to both countries. By this, we expect to gain a deeper understanding of society in the own as well as in the other country, as well as to contribute to the participants’ capacity to work together in order to strengthen pluralism both in the university and in society as a whole in the future.

link: poster >>
link: introduction >>



The newspaper “Norddeutsche Rundschau” reported on the visit of the bachelor project "Europäische Metropolregionen in Deutschland" to the district administration of Steinburg. The visit took place on the 30th of April 2013 during a week-long field trip to the metropolitan region of Hamburg.

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International Conference planning / conflict - Cities and citizenship in times of crisis
Lisbon, 9-11 October 2013


the conference

Conflicts around planning issues represent an important element in urban politics. Their relevance as a vehicle of political mobilization is growing alongside their impact in terms of public opinion.

Issues of representation, democracy and social cohesion and the potential conflict between competition-oriented and cohesion-oriented policies at the urban and regional level are all the more relevant today, when Europe is undergoing a severe economic crisis.

The conference will try to explore these issues, by developing a reflection on planning conflicts. In particular, it will focus on crucial aspects of contemporary urban politics: the multi-scalarity of urban phenomena and policies; their relational, cultural and discursive nature; the spatial dimension of social mobilization; the growing pressure for deliberative democracy exercises; the limits to existent institutional structures and practices for decision-making, representation and conflict resolution.

The conference aims at rethinking planning/conflicts through a multidisciplinary perspective; above all, it raises the question about the role of planning theory and practices in acting upon conflict themselves, and in respect to broader issues of democratic legitimacy.

The second international planning/conflict conference (Cities and citizenships in times of crisis, October 9-11, 2013) will be hosted by the Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa (ICS-UL) in partnership with the Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia of the Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (CIES-IUL) and sponsored by the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP).

The event builds on the successful experience of the conference planning/conflict – critical perspectives on contentious urban developments, held at TU Berlin on October 2011. The event will constitute the launch event of the recently constituted AESOP Planning/Conflict thematic group.

call for papers

The conference invites contributions focusing on (although not necessarily limited to):

  • the changing features of urban development policies and their impacts on local societies and communities;
  • the changing nature of urban planning practices and their influence on public opinion formation, including forms of protest and social mobilization in opposition to planned developments;
  • the effectiveness and legitimacy of established planning practices in responding to protest and social mobilization and in dealing with possibly resulting conflicts;
  • the transformative potential that may be entailed in reflexively addressing protest and social mobilization and in dealing with conflicts;
  • the potential integrative and innovative contribution of political agonism and social conflict to the democratization of urban policy and planning.
  • A panel session (see the program-LINK) will be dedicated to planning conflicts in Portugal.

    Paper proposals (English, max 500 words) and a brief biographic note of the author(s) (English, max 200 words) should be sent to the following email address: planningconflict@ics.ul.pt

    There are only 20 slots available for paper presentation. Additional enrolment will be accepted limited to room capacity. PhD Students are encouraged to submit paper proposals based on their doctoral research.

    The deadline for the submission of the proposals is June 15th, 2013. Acceptance of the paper proposals will be notified by the 30th of June. Deadline for the submission of the full papers is September 1st, 2013.

    Information about the registration can be found at: www.planningconflict.ics.ul.pt

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    Lecture by Enrico Gualini titled:
    'Contentious mobilization and agonistic pluralism in urban development: exploring the transformative potentials of local conflicts'

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    Call for papers RC 21 Conference Berlin, 29-31 August 2013
    Session 27: Contentious movements, conflict and agonistic pluralism in urban development: transformative trajectories and potentials

    Session organizer: Enrico Gualini, TU Berlin – Berlin University of Technology

    The session addresses the issue of contestation and conflict in urban and metropolitan development in a twofold perspective: as a key to regaining the meaning of ‘the political’ in urban policy contexts, and as a potential resource for transformation and innovation of public policy. It encourages contributions inquiring into contention and conflict in urban development, highlighting aspects such as:

  • the nature and mode of emergence of antagonistic movements in relationship to specific urban development policies and to the ‘policy regimes’ in which they are embedded;
  • the trajectories taken by cycles of contention around urban developments in terms of their co-evolutive patterns in relationships to responses from the policy environment;
  • the dynamics, mechanisms and conditions by which modes of contestation and conflict may develop from forms of antagonistic polarization into forms of local policy transformation and innovation.
  • The deadline for submission of abstracts is 31 January 2013. Please send your abstracts (300-500 words) to abstracts@rc21.org and to the session organizer Enrico Gualini, e.gualini@isr.tu-berlin.de

    Please contact me for any questions. A more detailed description of the session and more information on the conference and the submission of abstracts can be found on http: www.rc21.org/conferences/berlin2013/

    link: Session 27 >>
    link: RC 21 >>



    Presentation by Elke Becker titled:
    'Zivilgesellschaft und Metropolregionen - zwischen Wunsch und Wirklichkeit'

    link >>

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    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)<br/> ‘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’)

    Collège d’Etudes Mondiales – FMSH, Chaire Villes Globales,, Paris, 28 June 2017: Seminar by Enrico Gualini titled: Indeterminate spaces, reclaimed spaces, contested spaces: Urban development and the struggle for the political

    École Urbaine / Centre d’Études européennes, Sciences Po, Paris, 6 June 2017: Seminar by Enrico Gualini titled: Controversy / conflict in policy analysis and planning: critical perspectives

    Enrico Gualini is Research Associate at Collège d’Etudes Mondiales – FMSH, Paris, and Visiting Research Fellow at
    Centre d’Études Européennes, Sciences Po, Paris,
    April-July 2017

    Stadtssalonsurbains (Brussels Academy)
    Beursschouwburg Brüssel,
    30 September 2016,
    lecture by Enrico Gualini titled: Contested urban spaces: development struggles as displacement of the borders of the political. Reflections on urban conflicts in Berlin

    International Symposium
    Moving beyond conflict in planning: Towards a critical consensus politics?
    RMIT University Europe,
    Barcelona, Spain,
    16-17 June 2016
    hosted by Critical Urban Governance Programm, RMIT University, Australia & AESOP Planning/Conflict Thematic Group

    Visiting Researcher
    Dr. Carolina Pacchi
    (Assistant Professor at DAStU, Politecnico di Milano) is visiting researcher at the chair in summer semester 2016 as DAAD fellow and guest of TU strategic partnership

    Visiting Fellowship
    Enrico Gualini is Visiting Fellow at the Brussels Centre for Urban Studies, COSMOPOLIS / Department of Political Science POLI, Vrije Universiteit Brussel,
    in March/ August-September 2016

    New Publication
    'Conflict in the City:
    Contested Urban Spaces
    and Local Democracy'

    by Enrico Gualini, Jõao Morais Mourato und Marco Allegra (eds.),
    Jovis, Berlin

    New Publication
    'Planning and Conflict:
    Critical Perspectives on Contentious Urban Developments'

    by Enrico Gualini (ed.),
    Routledge (RTPI Series),
    London/New York

    International Conference
    'RC21 Conference of the Research Committee on Urban and Regional Development'
    Urbino, 27-29 August 2015,
    presentation by Enrico Gualini and Carola Fricke titled: Who governs’ the Berlin metropolitan region? The strategic-relational construction of metropolitan space in Berlin-Brandenburg spatial and economic development policies

    International Conference
    'RC21 Conference of the Research Committee on Urban and Regional Development'
    Urbino, 27-29 August 2015,
    presentation by Carola Fricke titled: Europeanization of Metropolitan Regions? City-regional Policies in Supra-national and Sub-national contexts

    International Conference
    'RC21 Conference of the Research Committee on Urban and Regional Development'
    Urbino, 27-29 August 2015,
    Enrico Gualini (with Walter Nicholls) chair of session E10: Contentious planning: insurgent practices and new democratic openings

    International Congress
    'AESOP Congress'
    Prague, 13-16 July 2015,
    Enrico Gualini (with Willem Salet) chair of Track 1: Planning Theory and Methodologies

    International Conference
    'IPA 10th International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis'
    Lille, 8-10 July 2015,
    presentation by Enrico Gualini titled: Innovative governance' as hegemonic practice: dis-articulating / re-articulating the urban order through translation

    International Conference
    'IPA 10th International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis'
    Lille, 8-10 July 2015,
    presentation by Carola Fricke titled: Tracing Policy Change and Learning in the Europeanization of Metropolitan Policies

    International Workshop
    Constructing Metropolitan Space: The role of economic development actors and policies in the rescaling of metropolitan regions. A comparative analysis of large metropolitan areas in the world
    4. IMRC Workshop,
    Technische Universität Berlin,
    26-27 June 2015,
    concept and organization:
    Enrico Gualini und Carola Fricke

    International Conference
    AAG Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago IL, 21-25 April 2015
    presentation by Enrico Gualini titled: Contention, mobilization and conflict in (un-)making the urban order: in search of the political in 'late neoliberalism'