Public Spaces and Urban Cultures

Annual Report for 2017

Published at: 20 July 2018

Annual Report for 2017
Organized by Stefania Ragozino, Burcu Yigit Turan, and Mohamed Saleh, in collaboration with further TG members

Introduction

Public Spaces and Urban Cultures (PSUC) is a thematic group established in April 2010 with the initiative of Sabine Knierbein (Associate Professor, TU Vienna, Austria), Ceren Sezer (Architect and urban planner, TU Delft, Urban 4, Netherlands) and Chiara Tornaghi (Reader, Coventry University, United Kingdom). The main aim of the group is to generate an international and interdisciplinary exchange between the research and practices in public spaces and urban cultures. By doing so, it aims to support research, planning and a design agenda within the AESOP community, and beyond.

In 2017, the Group continued its endeavors to involve practitioners, academics, governmental and non-governmental professionals, and further interest groups into the TG’s activities and exchange of knowledge across disciplines and domains of action through meetings, workshops, conferences, and roundtables. During 2017, the group’s membership rose to over 80 professionals working with public space, including practitioners and researchers, from both Europe and beyond. The year 2017 was important as a ‘strengthening year’ because the umbrella topic “Unstable geographies – Dislocated publics” (2016-2018) has been deeply investigated and the new self-organized management group have been operatively managed by active members (see list below).

Internal organization of the group

A collective made up of group members organizes the activities of the PSUC. Some of the tasks ofthe core group are: to establish the Group’s agenda (working topics, calls, meetings); to manage communication via various media (homepage, blog, Facebook, mailing list, newsletter) among theGroup’s members;to prepare meeting and annual reports; to disseminate scientific results; to promote a strong involvement into research and publication affairs; as well as towards a broader audience and the AESOP Secretary General.

The list of members who managed the Group’s activities in 2017 (in alphabetic order):

Katarzyna Bartoszewicz (Poland), Nadia Charalambosu (Cyprus), Gabriella Esposito De Vita (Italy), Sabine Knierbein (Austria/Germany),Elina Kränzle (Austria/Germany), Weronika Mazurkiewicz (Poland), Matej Niksic (Slovenia), Stefania Ragozino (Italy), Nikolai Roskamm (Germany), Mohamed Saleh (The Netherlands), Sara Santos Cruz (Portugal), Ceren Sezer (Netherlands/Turkey), Tihomir Viderman (Austria/Croatia), Burcu Yigit Turan (Sweden).

 

The list of members who (co-)organized meetings in 2017 and who will (co-)organize meetings in 2018/9:

2017

Sabine Knierbein,Elina Kränzle,Tihomir Viderman, Kat Bartoscievicz, Gabriella Esposito De Vita - Our Unsettled Geographies, Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and PlanningTU Wien, 31stMarch, Vienna, Austria

Nina Goršič, MatejNiksic, Biba Tominc, WeronikaMazurkievicz, Stefania Ragozino - Public Spaces for Local Life, Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, 24th-26thMay, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Gabriella Esposito De Vita, Sabine Knierbein, Kat Bartoscievicz,Nikolai Roskamm, Sara Santos Cruz,CerenSezer, - Track no. 4 “Urban design, public spaces and urban culture” | Roundtables Public Spaces And Urban Justice, City Unsilenced - Public Space and Urban Democracy on Trial | Thematic Groups Meetings Public Space and Urban Culture, AESOP Annual Conference, Instituto Superior Técnico, Geography and Spatial Planning Institute and Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon, 11th-14thJuly,Lisbon, Portugal

Carlo Cellamare, Gabriella Esposito De Vita, Sabine Knierbein, Marianita Palumbo, Stefania Ragozino, BurcuYigitTuran - Cities and Self-Organizations, Tracce Urbane and Laboratory of Urban Studies, University La Sapienza, December 11th-13th, Rome, Italy

 

2018

Nadia Charalambous, Nikolai Roskam,Ceren Sezer- The Urbanization of (In)Justice. Negotiation of Differences in Uncertain Geographies, Department of Architecture, University of Cyprus,16th-18th May, Nicosia, Cipro

Marleen Buizer, Sara Santos Cruz,Burcu Ygit Turan- Urban Public Spaces in Flux. Designing for Stability, or Dislocation After All?, Wageningen University & Research and the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions, 28th-30thJune, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Gabriella Esposito De Vita, Sabine Knierbein, Stefania Ragozino, Mohamed Saleh-Track no. 1 “Places” | Thematic Groups Meetings Public Space and Urban Culture, AESOP Annual Conference 2018, 10th-14th July, Gothenburg, Sweden

 

Self-organized management group since 2015

Group Coordination

2015-2017 Sabine Knierbein (Austria/Germany) (Main Volunteer), Gabriella Esposito De Vita (Italy) (Secondary Volunteer)

2017-2019Gabriella Esposito De Vita (Italy) (Main Volunteer), CerenSezer (Netherlands/Turkey) (Secondary Volunteer)

2019-2021CerenSezer (Netherlands/Turkey) (Main Volunteer) – to be elected (Secondary Volunteer)

 

Research Affairs

Sara Santos Cruz (Portugal), Sabine Knierbein(Austria) and Nikolai Roskamm (Germany) (Main Volunteers), Nadia Charalambous(Cyprus) (Secondary Volunteer)

 

Public Relations

Burcu Yigit Turan (Sweden) (Main Volunteer), StefaniaRagozino (Italy) and Mohamed Saleh (Netherlands) (Secondary Volunteers)

 

Public Liaison

Tihomir Viderman (Austria/Croatia)(Main Volunteer),Elina Kränzle (Austria) (Secondary Volunteer)

 

Social Media

Weronika Mazurkiewicz (Poland) (Main Volunteer), Katarzyna Bartoszevicz (Poland),Matej Niksic (Slovenia) (Secondary Volunteers)

 

Special acknowledgments are extended to Professor Ali Madanipour (University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK) and Professor Sophie Watson (Open University, UK), who have generously contributed to the group’s meetings with their wide expertise in the fields of public spaces and urban cultures.

 

During 2017 meetings, a shared intention has emerged to develop an advisory board to support and improve the efforts of the self-organization group. It would include founders, coordinators and external expert volunteers. The forthcoming AESOP Gothenburg Annual Congress will offer the opportunity to open the debate and decide in which way engage new expert volunteers.

 

Group’s activities in 2017

This year was entirely dedicated to the working theme Unstable Geographies – Dislocated Publics (2016-2018; http://www.aesop-planning.eu/blogs/posts/en_GB/urban-cultures-and-public-spaces/2015/12/16/readabout/call-for-interest-unstable-geographies-dislocated-publics) of which the first meeting was organized in November 2016 in Beirut, Lebanon. During 2017, current umbrella theme programmed meetings took place: Wien (Austria, 29th-31st March 2017), Ljubljana (Slovenia, 23rd-26thMay 2017), Lisbon (Portugal, 11th-14thJuly 2017), and Rome (Italy, 11th-13rdDecember 2017). Preliminary organizations have been implemented for forthcoming events: Nicosia (Cyprus, 16-18th May 2018), Amsterdam (Netherlands, 28th-30th June 2018), and Gothenburg, (Sweden, 10-14thJuly 2018).

 

Table of the TG’s current working themeevents (2016-2018)

 

Date

Name

Institution

Place

AESOP TG Representative

Contacts

2016

 

 

 

 

 

9th-11th November 2016

Christine Mady

Faculty of Architecture, Art, and Design (FAAD), at the Notre Dame University Louaize

Louaize, Lebanon

Nadia Charalambous (Cyprus)

Matej Niksic (Slovenia)

 

christine.mady@gmail.com

charalambous.nadia@ucy.ac.cy matejn@uirs.si

 

2017

 

 

 

 

 

29th-31st March

2017

Sabine Knierbein

Elina Kränzle

Tihomir Viderman

Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, TU Wien

Vienna,

Austria

Gabriella Esposito De Vita (Italy)

Katarzyna Bartoszewicz (Poland)

 

knierbein@skuor.tuwien.ac.at

elina.kraenzle@skuor.tuwien.ac.at

tihomir.viderman@skuor.tuwien.ac.at

g.esposito@iriss.cnr.it

kat.bartoszewicz@gmail.com

23th-26th

May

2017

Nina Goršič

Matej Niksic

Biba Tominc

 

 

Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Weronika Mazurkiewicz (Poland)

Stefania Ragozino (Italy)

nina.gorsic@uirs.si

matejn@uirs.si

biba.tominc@uirs.si

wero.mazurkiewicz@gmail.com s.ragozino@iriss.cnr.it

11th-14th

July

2017

Gabriella Esposito De Vita

Sabine Knierbein

Ceren Sezer

AESOP Annual Conference 2017

Lisbon,

Portugal

Katarzyna Bartoszewicz (Poland)

Nikolai Roskamm (Germany)

Sara Santos Cru (Portugal)

Plus: All TG members attending the conference and further colleagues

g.esposito@iriss.cnr.it

knierbein@skuor.tuwien.ac.at

C.Sezer@tudelft.nl

kat.bartoszewicz@gmail.com

nikolai.roskamm@fh-erfurt.de

scruz@fe.up.pt

11th-13rd December 2017

Carlo Cellamare

Tracce Urbane and Laboratory of Urban Studies, La Sapienza Rome

Rome,

Italy

Gabriella Esposito De Vita (Italy) Sabine Knierbein (Austria)

Marianita Palumbo (France)

Stefania Ragozino (Italy)

Burcu Yigit Turan (Turkey)

carlo.cellamare@uniroma1.it

g.esposito@iriss.cnr.it

knierbein@skuor.tuwien.ac.at

marianita.palumbo@gmail.com

s.ragozino@iriss.cnr.it

burcuyigitturan@gmail.com

2018

 

 

 

 

 

16th-18th

May

2018

Nadia Charalambous

 

Department of Architecture, University of Cyprus

Nicosia, Cyprus

Nikolai Roskamm (Germany)

Ceren Sezer (The Netherlands)

 

charalambous.nadia@ucy.ac.cy

nikolai.roskamm@fh-erfurt.de

C.Sezer@tudelft.nl

28th-30th

June

2018

Marleen Buizer

Land Use Planning Group, Wageningen University

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Sara Santos Cruz (Portugal)

Burcu Yigit Turan (Turkey)

 

marleen.buizer@wur.nl

scruz@fe.up.pt

burcuyigitturan@gmail.com

10th-14th

July

2018

Sabine Knierbein

Stefania Ragozino

Mohamed Saleh

AESOP Annual Conference 2018

Gothenburg, Sweden

Gabriella Esposito De Vita (Italy)

 

g.esposito@iriss.cnr.it

knierbein@skuor.tuwien.ac.at

s.ragozino@iriss.cnr.it

Mohamed.saleh@rug.nl

 

Note: Apart from the general AESOP Annual Conference Meetings, the AESOP TG PSUC has established the policy that all meetings should be free of cost to AESOP TG members (http://www.aesop-planning.eu/blogs/en_GB/urban-cultures-and-public-spaces/test) and that affordable accommodation proposals are provided by the local host.

In times of open call for hosting an AESOP TG PSUC, group members and other interested parties could submit a proposal for hosting a TG event (conference/call for abstract/call for paper/workshop/meeting) about current themes of the PSUC Thematic Group. This proposal should contain information about timing, place, host institution, concept and issues to deepen.

Once the event has been accepted and scheduled, the working group has been constituted from local members and TG representatives, the working group will work on the call that will be shared with active TG members prior to dissemination in order to start the discussion of themes of relevance and to promote the participation to the event. A finally agreed version of the call will be shared with local and TG network through Social Media and Public Relations TG volunteers.

 

Developing the umbrella topic “Unstable Geographies – Dislocated Publics”

The working theme Unstable Geographies – Dislocated Publics recognizes public spaces, as a manifestation of cities’ different everyday cultures, as valuable social and cultural capital of urban societies. They have increasingly been celebrated as crossroads of different interests, backgrounds, and values, allowing – ifnot inviting – diverse urban populations to enjoy the fruits of (past) emancipatory struggle(s). A thriving scene of actors and performative practices mainly rooted in the fields of urban design and planning for the city centres and adjacent districts, engages in creating places of everyday life for multiple city publics. This renaissance of diverse public spaces, however, takes place against the bleak backdrop painted by fear and uncertainty now also spilling onto the privileged part of the world, which has found itself overwhelmed by the scale of the recent crisis of capitalism and the increased mobilities of refugees and migrants, rendering public spaces important sites of humanitarian aid and protection of human and refugee rights. A response carved out by policymakers and institutions, which has not shied away from morally ambiguous means to put capitalism back on track and curb the influx of (uninvited) people, has shown that the institutions and the order of the West, while building on the achievements of past emancipatory struggles, often sustain hostile practices of exclusion and othering, and is undergoing fundamental shifts as well. A number of initiatives and activists’ movements stand in opposition to neo-colonial, nationalist and xenophobic practices, calling on urban publics and emerging cultures to challenge and rethink the prevailing political and institutional ethics. In the meantime, a strong call for strengthening dialogue and mutual learning between cities and regions of the Global South and of the Global North is gaining momentum in urban research and practice. The Unstable Geographies – Dislocated Publics series combines inclusive urban theory, methods, and practice to promote (post)migrational perspectives between different world regions and their cities. It simultaneously reflects on the changing structural constraints in times of multiple crises in which public space is emphasized in various, partly contradictory ways: social, cultural, ecological, political, and economic. Our standpoint takes public spaces as a key catalyst in the process of accommodating diverse cultural values and meeting basic human needs and rights. Among many salient and urgent issues that need to inform current planning, design, and research communities both in theory and practice, we suggest focusing on four main subtopics:

1. City, refugees, and migration

2. Fragmented social fabric – individualised patterns of consumption

3. The decline of national politics – Resurgence of the urban political

4. Change of perspective – worlding urban studies

 

Productive steps in 2017

 

29th-31st March 2017

AESOP TG PSUC Meeting, TU Wien, Wien, Austria

OUR UNSETTLED GEOGRAPHIES

 

 

The working meeting of the AESOP TG Public Spaces and Urban Cultures took place during the “UNSETTLED – Urban routines, temporalities and contestations” International Conference in Vienna in March 2017. The conference aimed to explore conditions and conceptions of the unsettled, across urban practice and urban theory. In this context, the interdisciplinary conference speakers reported from experiences in Amsterdam, Berlin, Birmingham, Chicago, Dubai, Ghent, Hanoi, Seattle, Tel-Aviv, Texas, Thessaloniki, Toronto, Vienna, Whitechapel (London), and Zataari (Jordan) emphasizing urban culture and public space as areas for intersecting research and action. The contributions presented critical, subversive, reflexive, interventionist, activist and visionary research, ideas and practices concerning notions of the unsettled.

Continuing and expanding the debates of the conference, the TG meeting in Vienna took place on the add-on day, consisting of a workshop and excursions to different sites in Vienna.

The workshop was divided into two parts. The first part was intended to introduce the Thematic Group’s values, structure and activities to all interested parties and then exchange views and ideas on the topic of the group’s functioning and goals. The second part of the workshop was devoted to the presentation of research of the following speakers:

  • Marleen Buizer (Wageningen University, The Netherlands) The ‘right to challenge’ – settled or unsettled business, settling or unsettling practice;
  • Sahar Khoshnood (TU Darmstadt, Germany) Revisiting Historical Public Spaces as ‘Everyday’ Heritage (in the case of central Tehran);
  • ShahedSaleem and Sarah Milne (UCL, UK) Migrant Constructions of Identity and Belonging: Whitechapel’s German and Muslim Religious Buildings;
  • Anna Richter, Bernd Kniess, Dominique Peck (HafenCity University Hamburg) How to do things with research.

After the research presentations, a discussion followed regarding different notions of unsettled, locally-embedded perspectives on the city, urban societies and urbanization processes, public space accommodating diverse cultural values. Participants reflected on presented research, projects and programmes as well as urban policies and practices in the light of conference‘s debates with a special focus on broadening understanding of the paradigm of the unsettled in urban cultures and public spaces.

The excursions following the AESOP TG Public Spaces and Urban Cultures workshop were open to all the conference participants and offered insights into specificities and approaches in urban practices with regard to community strengthening, negotiations, transformations as well as conflicts and contestations in public spaces of the city of Vienna.

 

 

23rd-26th May 2017

AESOP TG PSUC Meeting, Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia (UIRS) and Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

PUBLIC SPACE FOR LOCAL LIFE

Shared values in diversified urban communities as a foundation for participatory provision of local public spaces.

 

 

“Public Space for Local Life” was a joint event of EU Human Cities partnership and AESOP Thematic Group Public Spaces and Urban Cultures hosted by Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia (UIRS) and University of Ljubljana, Faculty of architecture (UL-FA), in Ljubljana, Slovenia, from 23 to 26 May 2017. The event addressed participatory planning of local urban public space in socially, economically and ethnically diverse communities. On 23 May it started with a public lecture of Stefania Ragozino (CNR IRISS, Italy) about Hybrid Organisations and Activist Planning hosted at the Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia (UIRS). The following three days were structured in three interrelated activities: a seminar, a workshop and a field trip. Special emphasis was given to the means of revealing shared values that local inhabitants and other users of local environments have in common, and are an important base for collaborative improvements of local environments.

Several questions have been discussed during the Ljubljana meeting:

  • How to (re)design and (re)organise local environments with socially, economically and ethnically more diverse communities in order to improve their capacity to act as a medium of social cohesion?
  • What kind of urban design solutions are robust enough to stand the changing nature of value systems over time?
  • How shall established methodologies (interviewing, perceptual mapping, cognitive mapping etc.) be upgraded/combined with new technologies and social networking media? What is the general usefulness and real value of the new ICT and crowd sourcing in revealing people’s attitudes towards their living environments?
  • How can partnerships of local initiatives, residents, local and city authorities, urban planners and other players be maintained in a long term and transformed into a long-lasting cooperation forms for improving local public spaces?
  • What could be research practices in public space that offer an investigation into different perceptions/attitudes of social groups?

Results of the meeting was a book of selected proceedings (https://humancities.uirs.si/portals/4/NEW%20-%20Book%20of%20Contributions.pdf). The call for papers included the opportunity to participate at the special issue for the journal UrbaniIzziv “Public Space for Local Life” (for details, please consider the following box).

 

 

May 2017-summer 2018

Special Issue of the journal UrbaniIzziv - http://urbani-izziv.uirs.si/en/Urbaniizziv.aspx 

PUBLIC SPACE FOR LOCAL LIFE

Shared values in diversified urban communities as a foundation for participatory provision of local public spaces.

 

 

Within the call for contributions promoted for the joint event “Public Space for Local Life” organized by EU Human Cities partnership and AESOP Thematic Group Public Spaces and Urban Cultures in Ljubljana during May, Slovenian colleagues gave to participants the opportunity to contribute through a blind review process to a special issue of the open access journal UrbaniIzziv – nine participants were included in the author list.

Guest editors of this special issue are AlenkaFikfak (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia), MatejNikšič (University of Ljubljana and Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, Slovenia), and Stefania Ragozino (Research Institute for Innovation and Services for Development, Italy).

Specifically, UrbaniIzziv is a scholarly six-month journal published by the Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia since 1989, intended for the dissemination of new knowledge and discussion of contemporary spatial planning issues. Despite its major focus on social science topics, the orientation of the journal is interdisciplinary, encompassing developments and new directions in research fields, thereby strengthening, and broadening, improving and synergizing skills. In addition to Slovenian authors, the editors strive to ensure a balanced participation of authors, also from other countries in the region and worldwide. UrbaniIzzivis published in two languages: all contributions are published in Slovenian and English. The journal is subsidized by the Slovenian Research Agency. The submission and publication of articles is free of charge for authors.

 

 

11th – 14th July 2017

Lisbon AESOP Annual Congress ’17, Lisbon, Portugal

SPACE OF DIALOG FOR PLACES OF DIGNITY

Fostering the European Dimension of Planning

 

 

The TG PSUC participated at the AESOP Annual Congress chairing the track 4 “Urban design, public spaces and urban culture”, organizing the Roundtables Public Spaces And Urban Justice, the Roundtable City Unsilenced - Public Space and Urban Democracy on Trial, and the Thematic Group Meeting Public Space and Urban Culture.

For the first time, the group run a track that has been initiated officially by the group. Ali Madanipour (Newcastle University, UK) and Gabriella Esposito De Vita (Research Institute for Innovation and Services for Development, Italy) organized the track and hosted 150 paper presentations and roundtables. This track brought together the themes of urban design, public space, and urban culture. Papers were invited to explore the nature and the relationship between these themes and to discuss the interface between spatial development processes and the urban conditions in Europe and elsewhere.

MatejNikšič (University of Ljubljana and Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, Slovenia), CerenSezer(Delft University, Netherlands)and Christine Mady (Notre Dame University, Beirut, Lebanon) organized the Roundtable n. 9 “Public Space and Urban Justice”. This was the opportunity to present the Built Environment issue 43(2) edited by MatejNikšič and CerenSezer of which the call was launched in June 2017 (http://www.alexandrinepress.co.uk/built-environment/public-space-and-urban-justice).

Sabine Knierbein (TU, Austria) and Nikolai Roskamm (Fachhochschule Erfurt, Germany) organized the Roundtable n. 21 “City Unsilenced - Public Space and Urban Democracy on Trial”. Participants were Elina Kränzle and Marcus Owens.

The Thematic Group Meeting Public Space and Urban Culture aimed at disseminating the basic approaches and the organization team. The umbrella topic “Unstable geographies - Dislocated Publics” was presented as well as reports from related events in the past (Beirut, Vienna, Ljubljana) and perspectives as regards future events Rome (Dec 2017), Nicosia (May 2018), Amsterdam (June 2018)). Also, during the meeting, there was an official switch in the main coordination of the group during which Gabriella Esposito De Vita and CerenSezerwere announced as the new coordinators.

 

 

11th – 13th December 2017

AESOP TG Rome meeting, Rome, Italy

CITIES AND SELF-ORGANIZATION

 

 

The International Conference “Cities and Self-Organization” was a joint event of Tracce Urbane and AESOP TG Public Space and Urban Culture. It was hosted at the Sapienza University of Rome, Faculty of Engineering from 11th to 13th December.

The meeting approached themes related to the tensions between the different models of local activation, cultural/political production and the problematic erosion of the capacity of institutions in answering local need. Besides, it has been considered whether practices of re-appropriation are de facto substituting the role of institutions as well as weakening the transformative impact of traditional social conflict; and so doing reinforcing neoliberalism, and, as a consequence, an unequal distribution of disadvantages and uneven geographies in unstable contexts.

The general theme was articulated into three main focuses developed in different sessions:

  • Historical and cultural roots/rooting (as praxis) of self-organization in the city
  • Searching for an "enabling" space. Dialogues and bridges between institutions and self-organization practices for a collaborative territorial planning and management
  • Powers and terrains of ambiguity in the field of urban self-organization today

A selection of presented papers will be published in Tracce Urbane - Italian Journal of Urban Studies within 2018.

 

 

Funded Research Projects*

Some of the research projects funded by urban, regional, national or European research councils

Naomi Adiv - nadiv@pdx.edu

Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University, Oregon, USA

WHEN YOU GOTTA GO: A COMPARATIVE HISTORICAL STUDY OF MUNICIPAL TOILET PROVISION IN PORTLAND, SEATTLE AND SAN FRANCISCO

Duration: 2016 at present time

Coordinator: Naomi Adiv, Portland State University, Oregon, USA

Partner: none

Funding scheme: Portland State Interdisciplinary Cooperative in the Social Sciences (I-CASS), Early Career Grant Development Award ($1500)

Themes and expected results: Toilets, public hygiene, access to public space.

More info at: none at this time

 

Fernando Brandão Alves (1) and Sara Santos Cruz (2)

(1) Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto – FEUP - alves@fe.up.pt

(2) CITTA Research Centre for Territory, Transports and Environment, Faculty of Engineering University of Porto, Portogallo - scruz@fe.up.pt

PORTO4AGEING

Duration: 2016-2018

Coordinator: University of Porto

Partner: Consortium of 80 institutions

Funding scheme: non-funded project.

Themes and expected results: It is a reference Site and partner Plus of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing of the European Commission. The Porto4Ageing alliance is committed to promoting local convergence and improving the health innovation ecosystem while reducing and overcoming existing bottlenecks. It aims at promoting an active and healthy ageing in metropolitan area of Porto. It is doing so by promoting joint work for high impact, thus bridging the gap between public and private actions and instruments and, ultimately, facilitating knowledge exchanges and scaling up of results.

More info at: http://www.porto4ageing.pt/

 

‘PORTO4AGEING / ALOHA’ TWINNING PROJECT INITIATIVE

Duration: 2016-2018

Coordinator: University of Porto

Partner: Gerontopôle Autonomie Longevite des Pays de la Loire, France

Funding scheme: non-funded project

Themes and expected results: Porto4Ageing (Metropolitan Region of Porto, Portugal) and the GerontopôleAutonomieLongevite des Pays de la Loire reference sites were granted to transfer the innovative and successful French good practice (ALOHA iniciative) to Portugal. The main objective of this twinning scheme is to adopt and implement the successful good practice to Portugal, an innovative ICT-based solution, which will greatly benefit seniors in the city. It provides an online platform that aims to inform and train the elderly and caregivers to obtain better prevention, which will be designed according to the needs of each user. The project provides for the translation and cultural and regional adaptation of the platform into Portuguese.

More info at: http://aloha-academy.eu/funds/transfer-innovative-and-successful-french-good-practice-aloha-platform-portugal

 

Ana Luisa Brandão - ana.luisa.brandao@tecnico.ulisboa.pt

Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal

PSSS - PUBLIC SPACE’S SERVICE VALUE AS AN URBAN SYSTEM. AN INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY

Duration: 2016-2018

Coordinator: Pedro Brandão, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal

Partner: CERIS-Civil Engineering Research and Innovation for Sustainability (IST, Universidade de Lisboa), CR Polis (Universitat de Barcelona)

Fundings cheme: Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia, Portugal

Themes and expected results: the theme is public space assessment and the research’s strategy and methodology will address public space production process, their uses and values in different times, including stakeholders and user’s perspectives. Output project products include new concepts and tools for assessing public space, with systemic service references and social, economic and environmental values of public space.

More info at: http://psss.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/

 

Nadia Charalambous (1) and Sabine Knierbein (2)

(1) Department of Architecture, University of Cyprus, Cyprus, Greece - charalambous.nadia@ucy.ac.cy

(2) Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria - knierbein@skuor.tuwien.ac.at

EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON URBAN MORPHOLOGY: RESEARCHING AND LEARNING THROUGH MULTIPLE PRACTICES (EPUM)

Duration: 2017-2020

Coordinator: Nadia Charalambous (University of Cyprus)

Partner: TU Wien, Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space (S. Knierbein), University of Porto (V. Oliveira), La Sapienza Rome (G. Strappa) and Space Syntax Ltd London

Funding scheme: Erasmus+ KA202

Themes and expected results: Urban Morphology, Urban form studies, and multidisciplinary architectural pedagogyare the general themes. Expected results are establishing a network linking the different approaches in urban morphology, developing learning platforms that foster the exchange of knowledge, providing opportunities for contact between members and encouraging the dissemination of findings. The coming together of researchers, educators and learners from different geographical areas and disciplines will provide the opportunity to establish common theoretical foundations for the growing number of urban form studies in many parts of the world. It will also provide the means to engage all stakeholders currently within introverted disciplinary, institutional and geographical boundaries, in a fruitful discussion through a collaborative open learning curriculum supported by a blended learning approach. 

More info at: http://epum.cs.ucy.ac.cy

 

Duygu Cihanger Ribeiro - duygu.cihanger@gmail.com

Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium and Department of City and Regional Planning, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey

THE POIESIS OF EVERYDAY LIFE AND SPACE IN YÜKSEL STREET

Duration: 2017-2018

Coordinator: Duygu Cihanger, Department of City and Regional Planning, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey

Partner: -

Funded by: KOÇ University VEKAM

Theme: Ankara Studies, Archival Research

More info at: -

 

Gabriella Esposito De Vita and Stefania Ragozino

Institute of Research on Innovation and Services for Development IRISS - National Research Council of Italy CNR, Naplesg.esposito@iriss.cnr.it, s.ragozino@iriss.cnr.it

STRATEGIE E POLITICHE PLACE-BASED PER LO SVILUPPO LOCALE

Duration: 2016-2018

Coordinator: Gabriella Esposito De Vita (IRISS CNR)

Partner: University Federico II of Naples

Funding scheme: Italian Research Council

Themes and expected results: combining community engagement and participatory approaches within a cooperative and place-based regeneration process. A specific focus is dedicated to the role of civic economics and civil society initiatives in enhancing bottom up local development and social innovation.

More info at: www.iriss.cnr.it

 

CLIC - CIRCULAR MODELS LEVERAGING INVESTMENTS IN CULTURAL HERITAGE ADAPTIVE REUSE

Duration: 2017-2020

Coordinator: Research Institute for Innovation and Services for Development (IRISS CNR, Italy)

Partner: Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Iriss Cnr (Italy), Uppsala Universitet (Sweden), GroupeIchec - Isc Saint-Louis - IsfscIchec (Belgium), University College London (UK), Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (Netherlands), University of Portsmouth Higher Education Corporation (UK), Univerza V Novi Gorici (Slovenia), Wirtschaftsuniversitat Wien (Austria), Uniwersytet Warszawski (Poland), Iclei European Secretariat Gmbh (Germany), Facilitylive Opco Srl (Italy), Vastra Gotalands Lans Landsting (Sweden), Grad Rijeka-Gradsko Vijece (Croatia), Comune Di Salerno (Italy), Stichting Pakhuis De Zwijger (Netherlands).

Funding scheme: Horizon 2020

Themes and expected results: The overarching goal of the CLIC trans-disciplinary research project is to identify evaluation tools to test, implement, validate and share innovative "circular" financing, business and governance models for systemic adaptive reuse of cultural heritage and landscape, demonstrating the economic, social, environmental convenience, in terms of long lasting economic, cultural and environmental wealth.

More info at:https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/212930_en.html

 

Jeff Hou - jhou@uw.edu

College of Built Environments, University of Washington, USA

EVOLVING PRACTICE OF URBAN COMMONING IN POST-UMBRELLA HONG KONG

Duration: 2017/2018

Coordinator: Jeffrey Hou (University of Washington)

Partner: -

Funding scheme: East Asia Center, University of Washington

Themes and expected results: Public spaces and commons, potential conference papers and book chapters

More info at: -

 

MatejNikšič - matejn@uirs.si

Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana Ljubljana

HUMAN CITIES 3 - UCITIES

Duration: 2014-2018

Coordinator: Josyane Franc (St. Etienne Cite du Design)

Slovenian Partner: Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia

Funding scheme: Creative Europe

Themes and expected results: participatory redesign of urban public open space, active citizenship, social innovation; concrete participatory interventions in public spaces, new teaching modules, publications, final conference in autumn 2018.

More info at: www.humancities.eu

 

Sara Santos Cruz - scruz@fe.up.pt

CITTA Research Centre for Territory, Transports and Environment, Faculty of Engineering University of Porto, Portogallo

CITIZEN SENSING - URBAN CLIMATE RESILIENCE

Duration: 2017-2020

Coordinator: Tina-Simone Neset, Linköping University

Coordinator from CITTA: Sara Santos Cruz (CITTA/FEUP)

Partners: Linköping University, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Deltares

Funding scheme: ERA4CS

Themes and expected results: Urban citizens continually make a multitude of decisions related to climate-related risks e.g. extreme temperatures, precipitation, flooding, water and air pollution and their impacts and these are most often made without clear knowledge of locally specific conditions. With new technologies such as citizen sensing, there is an emerging opportunity for citizens to enhance urban resilience, both as providers of locally situated data (e.g. bacteria levels in drinking water, infrastructure damage or ecological changes) and as receivers of specific recommendations of how to respond to climate-related challenges. Objectives (1) to develop a Participatory Risk Management System that incorporates place-specific information, links to existing guidelines on urban climate risk management and adaptation, and functions as an integrative platform for citizens and relevant organizations at different scales (2) to analyze if, how and to what extent the Participatory Risk Management System has potential to increase preparedness and appropriate responses by citizens and authorities to increase urban climate resilience in different European and climate contexts

More info at: http://citizensensing.eu

 

SPLACH- SPATIAL PLANNING FOR CHANGE

Duration: 2016-2019

Coordinator: Paulo Pinho (CITTA/FEUP)

Partner: DINAMIACET - ISCTE/IUL; GOVCOOP - University of Aveiro

Funding scheme: -

Themes and expected results: The main objective of the SPLACH research programme is the production of a comprehensive and coherent body of development control and transformative planning policies, implementation mechanisms, planning models and decision support systems, able to feed and guide Portuguese planning practice including both the public and the private sectors, at the plan making and the licensing stages - towards a rapid and effective transition to a low carbon and social inclusive urban system. SPLACH draws on some of the main areas of knowledge of the three Research Units (RU) CITTA, DINÂMIA and GOVCOPP. Two or three main areas of knowledge were identified for each RU: spatial planning, Post Carbon Cities / PCC, transformative policies (CITTA), cities in transition and socio-technical system, urban sustainability and food security (DINÂMIA), services of general interest, tourism and modelling (GOVCOPP).

More info at: https://projectsplach.up.pt/

 

MIA - METABOLIC IMPACT ASSESSMENT: FROM CONCEPT TO PRACTICE

Duration: 2016-2019

Coordinator: Paulo Pinho (CITTA/FEUP)

Partner: -

Funding scheme: FCT

Themes and expected results: "MIA - Metabolic Impact Assessment: from concept to practice" brings together two separate research fields, Urban Metabolism (UM) and Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA). The main objectives to advance CITTA previous work on the concept of Metabolic Impact Assessment (MIA) (for more information, see SUME project) to make it operational and readily applicable as an innovative and far-reaching planning policy instrument.

More info at: https://projectmia.up.pt/

 

Teaching Activities of Group Members*

Naomi Adiv - nadiv@pdx.edu

Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University, Oregon, USA


Lecture: Course seminar for undergrads Urban Studies and Planning 410/510 “Public Space”, at Masters in Urban and Regional Planning, Masters in Architecture, Masters in Urban Studies, PhD in Urban Studies

Hosting institution: Portland State University, Portland, USA

 

Co-coordinator: Urban Design Certificate

Hosting institution: Portland State University, Portland, USA

 

Fernando Brandão Alves - alves@fe.up.pt

Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto - FEUP

 

Directorship: Master Programme in Spatial Planning and Urban Project

Hosting institution: Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Architecture, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal

 

Lecture: Integrated Master Programme in Civil Engineering

Hosting institution: Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal

 

Lecture: Master Programme in Spatial Planning and Urban Project

Hosting institution: Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Architecture, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal

 

Lecture: Doctoral Programme in Civil Engineering

Hosting institution: PRODEC Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal

 

Lecture: Doctoral Programme in Territory Planning - PDPT

Hosting institution:  Faculty of Engineering – University of Porto (FEUP) & Faculty of Sciences and Technology – University of Coimbra (FCTUC), Porto, Coimbra, Portugal

 

Scientific Committee Member: Programme of Advanced Studies in Rehabilitation of The Built Patrimony

Hosting institution: Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal

 

Nadia Charalambous - charalambous.nadia@ucy.ac.cy

Department of Architecture, University of Cyprus, Cyprus, Greece

 

Lecture: Mediterranean Cities and Social Phenomena: Public Space

Hosting institution: University of Cyprus, Cyprus, Greece

 

Duygu Cihanger Ribeiro - duygu.cihanger@gmail.com

Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium and Department of City and Regional Planning, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey

 

Lecture: Planning Studio III

Hosting institution: Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey

 

Gabriella Esposito De Vita -g.esposito@iriss.cnr.it

Institute of Research on Innovation and Services for Development IRISS - National Research Council of Italy CNR, Naples

 

Member of academic board: International Ph. D. Programme “Urban Regeneration and Economic Development”

Hosting institution: Università Mediterranea Reggio Calabria, Reggio Calabria, Italy; Boston NortheasternUniversity, Boston , USA; San Diego State University, San Diego, USA

 

Invited Seminar: Multicultural cities and urban regeneration practices, jointly with S. Oppido

Hosting institution: School of Engineering University Federico II Naples, Italy

 

Student Mobile Seminar: Naples at a glance: history, planning and projects for Naples, jointly with R. Pane, F. Izzo, M. Clemente, S. Oppido, S. Ragozino

Hosting institution: School of Architecture University of Leicester and University Federico II Naples, Italy

 

Sabine Knierbein - knierbein@skuor.tuwien.ac.at

Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria

 

Lecture: Strategies and Interventions of the Production of Space, jointly with E. Wall

Hosting institution: TechnischeUniversität Wien, Austria

 

Seminar: Concepts and Critique of the Production of Space, jointly with E. Wall

Hosting institution: TechnischeUniversität Wien, Austria

 

Thesis Seminar for Master/PhD: Doing Urban Studies, jointly with C. Christodoulou, as part of an Erasmus Teaching Mobility Exchange with Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece

Hosting institution: TechnischeUniversität Wien, Austria

 

Thesis Seminar: Contemporary Urban Design Theory, jointly with E. Wall

Hosting institution: TechnischeUniversität Wien, Austria

 

Master Projekt: “Lost in ‘Transdanubia’ - Translating the global urban agenda through local urban action”, jointly with E. Kränzle, M. Wagner, E. Wall.

Hosting institution: TechnischeUniversität Wien, Austria

 

Public lecture: City Unsilenced: Urban resistance and worlded urbanism

Hosting institution: Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, TU Wien, Austria

 

Teaching exchange: Erasmus Teaching Exchange

Hosting institution: University of La Sapienza, Rome, Italy

 

Christine Mady - christine.mady@gmail.com

Ramez G. Chagoury Faculty of Architecture, Arts and Design, Notre Dame University of Louaize, Lebanon

 

Lecture: Public Spaces (ARP570)

Hosting institution: Notre Dame University of Louaize, Louaize, Lebanon

 

Stefania Ragozino -s.ragozino@iriss.cnr.it

Institute of Research on Innovation and Services for Development IRISS - National Research Council of Italy CNR, Naples

 

Public lecture: Hybrid Organisations and Activist Planning

Hosting institution: Ljubljana AESOP TG meeting, Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

Nikolai Roskamm - nikolai.roskamm@campus.tu-berlin.de

University of Applied Sciences, Erfurt, Germany

 

Lecture: Stadtbaugeschichte und Städtebau, lecture series, Bachelor, StudiengängeArchitektur und Stadt- und Raumplanung

Hosting institution: Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Erfurt, Germany

 

Lecture: Projekt MA1, studio, Under pressure: Die Rückbauflächen am Roten Berg, Erfurt, StudiengängeArchitektur, Landschaftsarchitektur und Stadt- und Raumplanung, jointly with Günter Barczikand GesaKönigstein

Hosting institution: Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Erfurt, Germany

 

Lecture: PlanungimWandel, seminar MA, StudiengangStadt- und Raumplanung

Hosting institution: Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Erfurt, Germany

 

Lecture: Summerschool Bad Lobenstein, studio, Interdisziplinärer Workshop

Hosting institution: Erfurt University of Applied Sciences and Aachen University of Applied Sciences, Erfurt, Germany

 

Lecture: Planungstheorie und –methoden, lecture series BA, StudiengangStadt- und Raumplanung

Hosting institution: Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Erfurt, Germany

 

Lecture: Stadtumbau, lecture series, (StädtebaulichesKonzeptMuldestraße, Halle an der Saale), BA, StudiengangStadt und Raumplanung

Hosting institution: Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Erfurt, Germany

 

Lecture: KeineAtempause – Wohnungsbauoffensive Berlin, studio, Projekt MA2, MA, StudiengangStadt und Raumplanung

Hosting institution: Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Erfurt, Germany

 

Lecture: Studienprojekt VI, seminar, BA, StudiengangStadt und Raumplanung

Hosting institution: Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Erfurt, Germany

 

Sara Santos Cruz - scruz@fe.up.pt

CITTA Research Centre for Territory, Transports and Environment, Faculty of Engineering University of Porto, Portogallo

 

Lectures: Management of Urban Spaces

Hosting institution: Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, Porto, Portugal

 

Lectures: Urban Environment and Transports

Hosting institution: Integrated Master in Civil Engineering Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, Porto, Portugal

 

Lectures: Environmental & Social Impact Assessment

Hosting institution: Integrated Master in Civil Engineering Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, Porto, Portugal

 

Burcu Yigit-Turan – burcu.yigit.turan@slu.se

Department of Urban and Rural Development, Division of Landscape Architecture, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden

 

Course: Urban Development and Landscape Urbanism

Hosting institution: Department of Urban and Rural Development, Division of Landscape Architecture, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden

 

 

Conference/Workshop*

Naomi Adiv - nadiv@pdx.edu

Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University, Oregon, USA

 

THE EFFECT OF PRIVATE PROGRAMMING ON PUBLIC LIFE IN PORTLAND’S “LIVING ROOM” – THE CASE OF PIONEER COURTHOUSE SQUARE

Role: paper presenter

Hosting institution: Association of Collegiate School of Planning 2016, Portland, Oregon

 

Fernando Brandão Alves - alves@fe.up.pt

Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto – FEUP

 

O DIREITO À CIDADE - CICLO DE DEBATES NO ÂMBITO DA REVISÃO DO PLANO DIRECTOR MUNICIPAL DO PORTO

Role: invited Speaker

Hosting institution: North Regional Division Norte (OASRN), Porto, Portugal

 

QUE CIDADE QUEREMOS?

Role: invited Speaker

Hosting institution: Oporto Municipality, Porto Innovation Hub, Porto, Portugal

 

Sverre Bjerkeset - Sverre.Bjerkeset@aho.no

Institute of Urbanism and Landscape, Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway

 

PUBLIC SPACE AS A MEETING PLACE: A CASE STUDY FROM OSLO

Role: presenter at conference

Hosting institution: AESOP Annual Conference, Instituto Superior Técnico, Geography and Spatial Planning Institute and Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal

 

ETHNOGRAPHY OF SPACE AND PLACE

Role: attendee at workshop

Hosting institution: Division of Urban and Regional Studies, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

 

Ana Luisa Brandão - ana.luisa.brandao@tecnico.ulisboa.pt

InstitutoSuperiorTécnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal

 

ATHENS PROGRAM WORKSHOP PUBLIC SPACE AS URBAN TRIGGER – UNFOLDING LISBON’SPARADIGM

Role: workshop organizer

Hosting institution: Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal

 

THE ROLE OF PUBLIC SPACE SYSTEMS ON URBAN TRANSFORMATION: A REVIEW ON LISBON SOUTH BANK REGENERATION PROCESS

Role: paper presenter

Hosting institution: Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal

 

WHAT IS PUBLIC SPACE’S SERVICE VALUE? SOME RELEVANT RESEARCH QUESTIONS

Role: paper presenter

Hosting institution: Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal

 

Duygu Cihanger Ribeiro - duygu.cihanger@gmail.com

Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium and Department of City and Regional Planning, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey

 

SPACES BY PEOPLE: CONCEPTUALIZING SPATIAL DIALECTICS FROM AN URBAN DESIGN PERSPECTIVE

Role: paper presenter

Hosting institution: AESOP Annual Conference, Instituto Superior Técnico, Geography and Spatial Planning Institute and Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon, Portugal

 

“A DAY TO CHANGE A100 YEARS NEIGHBORHOOD”: A WORKSHOP ON TACTICAL URBANISM

Role: paper presenter

Hosting institution: AESOP Annual Conference, Instituto Superior Técnico, Geography and Spatial Planning Institute and Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon, Portugal

 

URBAN DESIGN WORKSHOP - CITY PLANNING STUDENTS' SUMMER CAMP

Role: workshop co-organizer

Hosting institution: Chamber of City Planners, Turkey

 

IN TRACE OF NATURE WORKSHOP, URBAN CONSERVATION CONGRESS

Role: workshop organizer

Hosting institution: Chamber of City Planners, Turkey

 

Gabriella Esposito De Vita - g.esposito@iriss.cnr.it

Institute of Research on Innovation and Services for Development IRISS - National Research Council of Italy CNR, Naples

 

RESILIENT CITY, AN APPROACH TO COPE WITH NATURAL HAZARD

Role: presenter, jointly with R. Iavarone, A. Gravagnuolo, I. Alberico

Hosting institution: XV Forum Internazionale Le Vie dei Mercanti, Seconda Università di Napoli, Naples, Italy

 

NAPLES MEETS LEICESTER

Role: workshop organizer, jointly with A. Martinez Perez

Hosting institution: Naples Meets Leicester, Research Institute for Innovation and Services for Development, Naples, Italy

 

RESILIENCE ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR PUBLIC SPACE REGENERATION

Role: presenter, jointly with A. Gravagnuolo, R.Iavarone, I.Alberico

Hosting institution: AESOP Annual Conference, Instituto Superior Técnico, Geography and Spatial Planning Institute and Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal

 

TRACK 4 URBAN DESIGN, PUBLIC SPACES AND URBAN CULTURE

Role: Co-chair, jointly with Ali Madanipour and Pedro George

Hosting institution: AESOP Annual Conference, Instituto Superior Técnico, Geography and Spatial Planning Institute and Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon, Portugal

 

SELF-ORGANIZED PRACTICES FOR COMPLEX URBAN TRANSFORMATION. THE CASE OF BAGNOLI IN NAPLES, ITALY

Role: paper presenter, jointly with S. Ragozino, A.Varriale

Hosting institution: Rome AESOP TG Meeting, La Sapienza University, Rome, Italy

 

Jeff Hou - jhou@uw.edu

College of Built Environments, University of Washington, USA

 

CITY UNSILENCED: PUBLIC SPACE AND EUROPEAN DIMENSION OF PLANNING

Role: co-organizer

Hosting institution: AESOP Annual Conference, Instituto Superior Técnico, Geography and Spatial Planning Institute and Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon, Portugal

 

THE NEW URBAN SPACES OF COMMONING: EMERGING PRACTICES AND IMPLICATIONS

Role: presenter

Hosting institution: Tsinghua University School of Architecture; Beijing Forestry University School of Landscape Architecture; and Peking University College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Beijing, China

 

RECONSTRUCTING CITY NATURE AS COMMONS. THE NATURE OF CITIES GLOBAL ROUNDTABLE

Role: member of roundtable

Hosting institution: Global roundtable on www.thenatureofcities.com

 

Sabine Knierbein - knierbein@skuor.tuwien.ac.at

Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria

 

UNSETTLED CONFERENCE VIENNA

Role: conference organizer

Hosting institution: TU Wien, Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Vienna, Austria

 

INTRODUCTION TO AESOP THEMATIC GROUP PSUC, Rome AESOP TG meeting

Role: invited Speaker jointly with B. YigitTuran and S. Ragozino

Hosting institution: La Sapienza University, Rome, Italy

 

INTRODUCTION TO AESOP THEMATIC GROUP PSUC, Lisbon AESOP Annual Conference,

Role: invited speaker, jointly with G. Esposito De Vita

Hosting institution: AESOP Annual Conference, Instituto Superior Técnico, Geography and Spatial Planning Institute and Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal

 

CITY UNSILENCED – PUBLIC SPACE AND URBAN DEMOCRACY ON TRIAL, Lisbon AESOP Annual Congress

Role: roundtable organizer, jointly with M. Owensand E. Kränzle

Hosting institution: AESOP Annual Conference, Instituto Superior Técnico, Geography and Spatial Planning Institute and Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal

 

URBAN TEMPORALITIES – CAUGHT BETWEEN LINEAR INDUSTRIAL TIME AND EVERYDAY CYCLIC RHYTHMS

Role: speaker of the Session 2 Intro, jointly with E. Wall

Hosting institution: International Conference Unsettled. Urban Routines, Temporalities and Contestations, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria

 

FOR CITIES! FOR PEOPLE? ATTENTION! COOPERATIVE STREET FURNITURE PROVISION IN BERLIN SINCE 1980

Role: invited Keynote Speech

Hosting institution: Symposium “Hacking Urban Furniture” at Berlin Centre for Arts and Urbanism, Berlin, Germany

 

REVISITING CONTEMPORARY ‘URBANISM(S)’: PUBLIC SPACE AS VEHICLE FOR URBAN RENEWAL, URBAN DENSIFICATION AND URBAN RESTRUCTURING

Role: invited keynote

Hosting institution: Chair Track 3, AESOP YA Meeting 2017, TU Munich, Munich, Germany

 

LA CIUDAD NO CALLA. NUEVOS PAISAJES DE SOLIDARIDAD Y DE RESISTENCIA URBANAS

Role: invited keynote

Hosting institution: 2ndo CongresoInternacional de PaisajeUrbano, Barcelona, Spain

 

THE CRITIQUE OF EVERYDAY LIFE AND POST-POSITIVIST PLANNING

Role: paper presenter

Hosting institution: AESOP Annual Conference, Instituto Superior Técnico, Geography and Spatial Planning Institute and Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon, Portugal

 

CITY UNSILENCED – PUBLIC SPACE AND URBAN RESISTANCE IN THE AGE OF SHRINKING DEMOCRACY

Role: special session organizer T4.S25

Hosting institution: AESOP Annual Conference, Instituto Superior Técnico, Geography and Spatial Planning Institute and Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal

 

Xenia Kopf - xenia.kopf@sbg.ac.at

University of Salzburg and Mozarteum Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria

 

"E.G. AUTONOMOUS CULTURAL CENTRES" – CULTURAL PRACTICE AND THE PRODUCTION OF URBAN SPACE

Role: project presenter

Hosting institution: Catholic Private University of Linz, Linz, Austria

 

CULTURAL PRACTICES AND THE CITY: LEARNING FROM AUTONOMOUS CULTURAL CENTRES?

Role: paper presenter

Hosting institution: Planning Research Conference 2017, Queen's University Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland

 

CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC PRACTICES IN THE PRODUCTION AND SHAPING OF URBAN SPACE

Role: discussant

Hosting institution: Galerie 5020, Salzburg, Austria

 

Christine Mady - christine.mady@gmail.com

Ramez G. Chagoury Faculty of Architecture, Arts and Design, Notre Dame University of Louaize, Lebanon

 

2017 CITY STREET3 CONFERENCE

Role: conference organizer

Hosting institution: Notre Dame University of Louaize, Louaize, Lebanon

 

 MatejNikšič - matejn@uirs.si

Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana Ljubljana

 

PUBLIC SPACE FOR LOCAL LIFE. SHARED VALUES IN DIVERSIFIED URBAN COMMUNITIES AS A FOUNDATION FOR PARTICIPATORY PROVISION OF LOCAL PUBLIC SPACES

Role: local organizer

Hosting institution: AESOP TG Ljubljana, Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia and Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

PARTICIPATORY URBANISM 2017

Role: attendee

Hosting institution: Da Vinci Institute, Brussels, Belgium

 

Stefania Ragozino - s.ragozino@iriss.cnr.it

Institute of Research on Innovation and Services for Development IRISS - National Research Council of Italy CNR, Naples

 

SEARCHING FOR AN “ENABLING” SPACE. DIALOGUES AND BRIDGES BETWEEN INSTITUTIONS AND SELF-ORGANIZATION PRACTICES FOR A COLLABORATIVE TERRITORIAL PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

Role: roundtable discussant, jointly with S. Knierbein and BurcuYigitTuran

Hosting institution: Cities and Self-Organisations, University La Sapienza of Rome, Rome, Italy

 

RIUSO DEL PATRIMONIO FERROVIARIO (NON) DIMENTICATO E PROCESSI DI RIGENERAZIONE. AVELLINO-ROCCHETTA SANT’ANTONIO: IL TRENO IRPINO DEL PAESAGGIO

Role: paperpresenter, jointly with Stefania Oppido and Serena Micheletti

Hosting institution: Urbanistica è/e azione pubblica. La responsabilità della proposta, Società Italiana degli Urbanisti, La Sapienza University, Rome, Italy

 

REUSING HERITAGE: ACTIVIST PLANNING FOR PLACE-BASED REGENERATION PROCESSES

Role: paper presenter, jointly with Stefania Oppido and Serena Micheletti

Hosting institution: AESOP Annual Conference, Instituto Superior Técnico, Geography and Spatial Planning Institute and Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon, Portugal

 

PUBLIC SPACE FOR LOCAL LIFE. SHARED VALUES IN DIVERSIFIED URBAN COMMUNITIES AS A FOUNDATION FOR PARTICIPATORY PROVISION OF LOCAL PUBLIC SPACES

Role: TG representative and conference co-organizer

Hosting institution: AESOP TG Ljubljana, Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia and Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

PUBLIC SPACE FOR LOCAL LIFE. SHARED VALUES IN DIVERSIFIED URBAN COMMUNITIES AS A FOUNDATION FOR PARTICIPATORY PROVISION OF LOCAL PUBLIC SPACES

Role: Discussant

Hosting institution: AESOP TG Ljubljana, Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia and Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

AESOP TG PUBLIC SPACE FOR LOCAL LIFE

Role: Presenter

Hosting institution: AESOP TG Ljubljana, Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia and Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

POSSIBLE TRAJECTORIES TO NAVIGATE NEO-LIBERAL URBANISM IN UK. HYBRID ORGANISATIONS TO IMPLEMENT ACTIVIST PLANNING. A SROI ANALYSIS OBSERVING RIO’S CHANGE THEORY IN DEVONPORT, PLYMOUTH (UK)

Role: Presenter

Hosting institution: AESOP Young Academics Conference, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany

 

PLYMOUTH SOCIAL ENTERPRISE CITY: L’IMPRESA SOCIALE PER LA RIGENERAZIONE URBANA

Role: Presenter

Hosting institution: Terzo Rapporto sulle Città. Mind the Gap. Il Distacco tra Politiche e Città, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy

 

INLAND-SCAPES. IMPROVING AND MANAGING CULTURAL LANDSCAPES IN INLAND AREAS

Role: presenter, jointly with S. Oppido

Hosting institution: Naples Meets Leicester, Research Institute for Innovation and Services for Development, Naples, Italy

 

Nikolai Roskamm - nikolai.roskamm@campus.tu-berlin.de

University of Applied Sciences, Erfurt, Germany

 

URBANE ETHIKEN. KONFLIKTE UM GUTE UND RICHTIGE STÄDTISCHE LEBENSFÜHRUNG IM 20. UND 21. JAHRHUNDER

Role: discussant of workshop DFG research group

Hosting institution: Munich University, Munich, Germany

 

CITY UNSILENCED – PUBLIC SPACE AND URBAN DEMOCRACY ON TRIAL

Role: roundtable discussant

Hosting institution: AESOP Annual Conference, Instituto Superior Técnico, Geography and Spatial Planning Institute and Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon, Portugal

 

DAS GANZE UND DER REST – KRITISCHE STADTFORSCHUNG UND POSTFUNDAMENTALISMUS

Role: keynote

Hosting institution: TechnischeUniversität Berlin, Berlin, Germany

 

UNSETTLED. URBAN ROUTINES, TEMPORAILITIES UND CONTESTATIONS

Role: conference board member

Hosting institution: TechnischeUniversität Wien, Wien, Austria

 

Sara Santos Cruz - scruz@fe.up.pt

CITTA Research Centre for Territory, Transports and Environment, Faculty of Engineering University of Porto, Portogallo

 

APPROPRIATION OF URBAN SPACES

Role: communication presenter

Hosting institution: Participatory Urbanism 2017, Da Vinci Institute, Brussels, Belgium

 

CITIZEN SENSING - URBAN CLIMATE RESILIENCE THROUGH PARTICIPATORY RISK MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Role: communication presenter

Hosting institution: CITTA 10th Annual Conference, Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal

 

BurcuYigit-Turan - burcu.yigit.turan@slu.se

Department of Urban and Rural Development, Division of Landscape Architecture, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden

 

DECOLONIZING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE AT ‘THE CENTURY OF THE MIGRANT’

Role: communication presenter

Hosting institution: Landscape FuturesUniscape Conference 2017, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark

 

SEARCHING FOR AN “ENABLING” SPACE. DIALOGUES AND BRIDGES BETWEEN INSTITUTIONS AND SELF-ORGANIZATION PRACTICES FOR A COLLABORATIVE TERRITORIAL PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

Role: roundtable discussant, jointly with S. Knierbein (TU Wien, Austria) and Stefania Ragozino (CNR IRISS, Italy)

Hosting institution: Cities and Self-Organisations, University La Sapienza of Rome, Rome, Italy

 

Mohamed Saleh - mohamed.saleh@rug.nl

Department of Spatial Planning and Design, Faculty of Spatial Sciences, The Netherlands

 

11THAESOP YOUNG ACADEMICS CONFERENCE: PLANNING AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Role: organizer and participant

Hosting institution: Technical University of Munich

 

SPACES OF DIALOG FOR PLACES OF DIGNITY: FOSTERING THE EUROPEAN DIMENSION OF PLANNING

Role: member in committee of best paper prize

Hosting institution: University of Lisbon

 

AESOP TG ROME MEETING ‘CITIES AND SELF-ORGANIZATION’

Role: paper presenter

Hosting institution: The Sapienza University of Rome

 

 

Excursion and different types of outreach-networking events*

Naomi Adiv

Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University, Oregon, USA

 

PUBLIC ARTS AND ARTS SPACES

Typology of event: mobile tour

Location: Association of Collegiate School of Planning 2016, Portland, Oregon

 

DuyguCihanger Ribeiro - duygu.cihanger@gmail.com

Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium and Department of City and Regional Planning, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey

 

FUTURE ANKARA | ZUKUNFT ANKARA

Typology of event: exhibition

Location: METUMUD & Goethe Institut Ankara

 

 

MatejNikšič - matejn@uirs.si

Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana Ljubljana

 

EXPERIMENTATION IN RUSKI CAR NEIGHBOURHOOD

Typology of event: a series of activities co-organised with local community to challenge the possible future of local public space in participatory way

Location: northern suburb of Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

Stefania Ragozino - s.ragozino@iriss.cnr.it

Institute of Research on Innovation and Services for Development IRISS - National Research Council of Italy CNR, Naples

 

WORKSHOPS AT RUSKI CAR NEIGHBOURHOOD

Typology of event: workshop participant

Location: Ljubljana TG meeting, Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

 

Some of the recent publications and conference presentations by group members*

Alves F. B., “The Traditional Urban Square – A Vital Organ in the City or a “Thing” of the Past?”.  In Abrantes et al. (eds.), The Pre-Fabrication of Building Facades. Interdisciplinary Scientific Analysis of the Construction of an Award-Winning Buildings. Publisher Springer International Publishing, pp 37-46.

Bjerkeset, S. and Aspen, J., “Private-public space in a Nordic context: the Tjuvholmen waterfront development in Oslo”. In Journal of Urban Design, 22, 1, pp. 116-132.

Brandão A., Brandão P., Ferreira A., “The Role of Public Space Systems on Urban Transformation: A Review on Lisbon South Bank Regeneration Process”. In da Costa E. M., Morgado S., Cabral J. (eds.), AESOP Annual Congress Spaces of Dialog For Places of Dignity: Fostering the European Dimension of Planning”. Universidade de Lisboa, Lisboa, pp. 796–806.

Brandão P., Brandão A., Ferreira A., Travasso N., Remesar, A., “What is Public Space’s Service Value? Some relevant research questions”. In da Costa E. M., Morgado S., Cabral J. (eds.), AESOP Annual Congress Spaces of Dialog For Places of Dignity: Fostering the European Dimension of Planning”. Universidade de Lisboa, Lisboa, pp. 785–796.

Brandão A. L., Brandão P., “Public Space, Infrastructure, Landscape:  an interdisciplinary matrix for urban spatial continuity”. In The Journal of Public Space, 2, 1, pp. 123–134. Available online at https://doi.org/10.5204/jps.v2i1.55

de la Pena D., Allen D. J., Hester R., Hou J., Lawson L., McNally M. (eds.), Design as Democracy: Techniques for Collective Creativity. Island Press, Washington DC.

Esposito De Vita G., “Prospettive emancipatorie di un processo di rigenerazione urbana attento alle differenze culturali e di genere”. In Atti della XX Conferenza Nazionale SIU - Società Italiana degli Urbanisti URBANISTICA E/È AZIONE PUBBLICA La responsabilità della proposta. Roma, 12-14 giugno 2017, Planumedition.

Esposito De Vita G., Ragozino S., “Un’occasione di sviluppo integrato, l’impresa sociale per le politiche urbane di rigenerazione”. In XIX Conferenza Nazionale SIU, Catania, 16-18 giugno 2016. Cambiamenti Responsabilità e strumenti per l’urbanistica al servizio del Paese, Planumedition.

Esposito De Vita G., Gravagnuolo A., Alberico I., Iavarone R., “Resilienceassessmenttool for public spaceregeneration”. In F. José Antunes, J. M. Simões, S. Morgado, E. Marques da Costa, J. Cabral, I. L. Ramo, … M. Baptista-Bastos (Eds.), AESOP Annual Congress - SPACES OF DIALOG FOR PLACES OF DIGNITY: Fostering the European Dimension of Planning, pp. 2241–2246, Lisbon: Universidade de Lisboa.

Esposito De Vita G., IavaroneR., Gravagnuolo A., Alberico I., “Resilient city, an approach to cope with naturalhazard”. In XV Forum Internazionale Le Vie dei Mercanti, Naples, Capri, 15-16 June 2017.

Gonzalez J. L. & Alves F. B. (Book Proceedings Edition in preparation), “Participatory policy making for Climate Change issues, a local approach to a global problem”. In CITTA (ed.), CITTA 10th Annual Conference on Planning Research –Planning For Climate Change: Political Climate and Policy Changes. Porto: CITTA - FEUP.

Gonzalez J. L.; Alves F. B. (Book Proceedings Edition in preparation),“Cuando la participaciónhace la diferencia. El caso de Encarnación – Paraguay”. In GrupoInterdisciplinar de EstudosUrbanos (ed.), International Conference Making the Collective City: Reflections on Participatory Processes, FAUL - University of Lisbon. Lisbon: GEU / FAUP.

Hou J., Knierbein S., City Unsilenced: Urban resistance and public space in the age of shrinking democracy. Routledge, New York/London.

Hou J., Knierbein S., “Shrinking democracy and urban resistance: Toward an emancipatory politics of public space”. In Hou J., Knierbein S. (eds.), City Unsilenced. Public space in the age of shrinking democracy. Routledge, New York/London, pp. 3-16.

Hou J., “Everyday Urban Flux: Temporary Urbanism in East Asia as Insurgent Planning”. In Ni M., and Mingjie Z. (eds.), Open Your Space: Design Intervention for Urban Resilience, pp. 248-273. Tongji University Press, Shanghai. (In Chinese and English) (Reprint of the same title in Chalana, Manish, and Jeffrey Hou, (eds.) 2016. Messy Urbanism: Understanding the ‘Other’ Cities of Asia)

Hou J., “Urban Community Gardens as Multimodal Social Spaces”. In Tan Puay Yok and Chi Yung Jim (eds.), Greening Cities: Forms and Functions. Springer Nature, Singapore.

Hou J., “Urban Commoning and Implications for Community Planning”. In Aiba Shin and Naomi Uchida (eds.), Machizukuri Teacher, Kajima Institute Publishing Co., Tokyo (In Japanese), pp. 101-105.

Hou J. (Contributor), The New Landscape Declaration: A Call to Action for the Twentieth-First Century, 179-182, Rare Bird Books, Los Angeles.

Hou J., “Urban Commoning, Against City Divided”. In Perspecta 50: Urban Divides, Yale University School of Architecture, pp. 292-301.

Hou J., Governing Urban Gardens for Resilient Cities: “Garden City” Program in Taipei. Resilient Cities for Human Flourishing: Governing the Asia-Pacific Urban Transition in the Anthropocene. Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, 2-3 March, 2017.

Knierbein S., “Public space, housing affairs, and the dialectics of lived space”. In Tracce Urbane. Rivista Italiana Transdisciplinare di Studi Urbani / Italian Journal of Urban Studies. 1. Issue 07/2017. Sapienza University of Rome, in cooperation with Sapienza UniversitàEditrice. Open Access Download.

Knierbein S., “Everyday densities. Lived practices of the spatial present”. In Batista A., Kovacs S., Lesky C. (eds.), Rethinking Density. Art, Culture and Urban Practices. Publication Series of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 20, Sternberg Press, Berlin, pp. 156-168.

Knierbein S., “Public Space, Housing Affairs and ‘Resistance Combined’. About silences, absences and the public articulation of critique”. In Franz Y., Hintermann C. (eds.),  Unravelling complexities. Understanding Public Spaces. InstitutfürStadt- und Regionalforschung, Verlag der ÖsterreichischenAkademie der Wissenschaften, Wien, pp. 43-70.

Knierbein S., Hou J., “City Unsilenced: Spatial grounds of radical democratization”. In Hou J., Knierbein S. (eds.), City Unsilenced. Public space in the age of shrinking democracy. Routledge, New York/London, pp. 231-242.

Knierbein S., Gabauer A., “Worlded resistance as ‘alter politics’: Train of Hope and the Protest Against the Akademikerball in Vienna”. In Hou J., Knierbein S. (eds.), City Unsilenced. Public space in the age of shrinking democracy. Routledge, New York/London, pp. 214-228.

Mady, C., “Reinstating Social Practices for Social Integration: Experiencing the Badaro-Pine Forest Area in Beirut”. In F. José Antunes, J. M. Simões, S. Morgado, E. Marques da Costa, J. Cabral, I. L. Ramo, … M. Baptista-Bastos (Eds.), AESOP Annual Congress - SPACES OF DIALOG FOR PLACES OF DIGNITY: Fostering the European Dimension of Planning, Lisbon: Universidade de Lisboa.

Mady C., “The Role of Public Spaces in Unstable Contexts: Integration or Segregation? A View from Beirut”. In International Conference II: Reclaiming Public Space within Metropolitan Areas, German Jordanian University, Madaba, Jordan (22-24 November).

Mady C., “Reading the Dynamics of Contemporary Urban Spaces in a Turbulent Era: A Case from Beirut”. In Built Environment, 43(2), pp. 256-271.

Moser A., Kopf X., Öttl J. (eds.),“Experiment!”. In eJournal of the Program Area Contemporary Art and Cultural Production at the Research Focus Area Science and Art, University of Salzburg and Mozarteum Salzburg, 8.

Nikšič M., Butina Watson G., “Urban public open space in the mental image of users: The elements connecting urban public open spaces in a spatial network”. In Journal of Urban Design Special issue Becoming Local. accessible online at www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13574809.2017.1377066

Nikšič M., Goršič N., Tominc B., “Urban Public Open Space: Participatory approaches to regeneration of local public spaces”. LC Tim, 8, pp. 9-15.

Nikšič M., Campagna M., Massa P., Caglioni M., Theis Nilsen T., “Opportunities for Volunteered Geographic Information Use in Spatial Planning”. In Foody G. et al (eds.), Mapping and the Citizen Sensor, Ubiquity Press, London.

Nikšič M., “Is a walkable place a just place? Urban justice issues of walkable environments on the case of Ljubljana”. In Built Environment, 42, 4., pp. 214-235.

Nikšič M., Sezer C., “Public Spaces and Urban Justice”. In Built Environment, 42, 4, pp. 165-172.

Oppido, S., Ragozino, S., Micheletti, S., Reusing heritage: activist planning for place-based regeneration processes. In F. José Antunes, J. M. Simões, S. Morgado, E. Marques da Costa, J. Cabral, I. L. Ramo, … M. Baptista-Bastos (Eds.), AESOP Annual Congress - SPACES OF DIALOG FOR PLACES OF DIGNITY: Fostering the European Dimension of Planning (pp. 2236–2241). Lisbon: Universidade de Lisboa.

Oppido S., Esposito De Vita G., “Città inclusive per comunità interculturali. Esperienzeeuropee”. In Laborest14/2017, pp. 5-10

Ragozino S., Esposito De Vita G., “Civic engagement in public spaces of contested places, the case of RioneTraiano in the Soccavo Quarter (Naples, IT)”. In Book of Contributions. PUBLIC SPACES FOR LOCAL LIFE. Shared values in diversified urban communities as a foundation for participatory provision of local public spaces. Joint event of EU Human Cities partnership and AESOP Thematic Group Public Spaces and Urban Cultures Ljubljana, May 24th - 26th 2017, pp. 93-113.

Roskamm N., “Die unbesetzteStadt. PostfundamentalistischesDenken und das urbanistische Feld”. InBauweltFundamente, 158, Birkhäuser, Basel.

Roskamm N., “Lethal Density. The Research Field of Crowding in the 1960s and ’70s”. In Batista A., Kovacs S., Lesky C. (eds.), ReThinking Density. Culture and Urban Practices. Publication Series of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Vol. 20. Sternberg Press, pp. 252-263.

Roskamm N. “Zum Ideal der Auflockerung”. In Hnilica S. und Timm E. (eds.), Das Einfamilienhaus. ZeitschriftfürKulturwissenschaften, 1/2017, pp. 167-170.

Roskamm N., “Annäherungenan das Außen. Laclau, die Stadt und der Raum”. In Marchart O. (ed.): Ordnungen des Politischen. Einsätze und Wirkungen der Hegemonietheorie Ernesto Laclaus. Springer, Wiesbaden (Reihe "Staat - Souveränität - Nation"), pp. 145-167.

Roskamm N., “GrundbegriffDichte”. In der architekt, 5/17, Vielfalt der Dichte, pp. 18-21.

Roskamm N., “Problememit der Mischung”. In Besecke A., Meier J., Pätzold R., Thomaier S. (eds.) Stadtökonomie – Blickwinkel und Perspektiven. EinGemischtwarenladen: einekleineBuchführungfür den Ladeninhaber. Sonderpublikationen des InstitutsfürStadt- und Regionalplanung, TU Berlin, pp. 118-120.

Saleh M.,“Exploring the Roots of Contested Public Spaces in Urban Egypt: Theorising Structural Shifts and Increased Complexity”. In Roakem J. and Boano C. (eds.), Urban Geopolitics: Rethinking Planning in Contested Cities. London: Routledge.

Saleh M., “Negotiating Situations of Distance Hegemony and Self-Organization in Everyday Urban Life: The Case of Egypt’s Public Space”. In AESOP TG Meeting: Cities and Self-Organization, the Sapienza University, Rome (11-13 December).

Vigo Majello M. C., Esposito De Vita G., Rigillo M., “Caratteri identitari della linea di costa per uno sviluppo sostenibile e resiliente delle filiere economiche locali”. InAveta A., Marino B. G., Amore R. (eds.), La Baia di Napoli Strategie Integrate per la Conservazione e la Fruizione del Paesaggio Culturale, ArtstudioPaparo, Napoli.

Yigit-Turan B., Occupy Gezi Park: in search of a public space, democracy and alternative city making. In Hou, J. and Knierbein, S. (eds.). City Unsilenced: Urban Resistance and Public Space in the Age of Shrinking Democracy. New York: Routledge.     

 

 

*These lists have been established based on a call for response among the listed AESOP TG-PSUC members in winter 2017/8.

 

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