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19. March 2020

On experiencing Berlin and Interdisciplinarity. An Interview with Letteria G. Fassari

Nina Meier

From October 2019 till February 2020 Letteria G. Fassari was Visiting Fellow at the Collaborative Research Centre 1265. In this interview conducted at the end of her stay, she gives insights into her time at the CRC and her impressions of the city of Berlin.

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12. March 2020

“Saizeriya, tapioca or Niku Sushi?” – a plea for the culinary-focused auto-ethnography

Dr. Eric Lettkemann

As Shmuel Eisenstadt notes in his work Japanese Civilization, the Land of the Rising Sun has a special attraction for comparative sociology. For Japanese society combines an - from a Western point of view - exotic culture and a highly technological civilization that has made and continues to make its own way into modernity.

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24. January 2020

Hommage & Abriss. New York Aphorismen

Martin Schinagl

Martin Schinagl reflektiert im Nachgang seiner Feldforschung über Stadtplanung in New York City über eine Stadt der Widersprüche und Extreme sowie ihre Entwicklungen aus Perspektive eines forschenden Flâneurs: „Läufst du durch New York, siehst du die Welt. …“

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3. January 2020

Spaces of Hope – 1st summer school of the integrated research training group

Janina Dobrusskin | Julia Fülling | Sophie Mélix

The first summer school of the integrated research training group of the Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) 1265, titled “Spaces of Hope. Critical Perspectives on Spatial (Trans)Formations” took place in Berlin from the 11th to the 13th of September 2019 and brought together young researchers from all over the world. The following report gives a brief insight about the activities and research topics addressed during the summer school.

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27. November 2019

Seoul Biennale 2019

Dr. Timothy Pape | Dr. Dominik Bartmanski | Seonju Kim

Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism 2019 has been commenced on the 7th of September with the official title “Collective City”. It consists of multiple exhibits grouped within five different platforms: Thematic Exhibition, Cities Exhibition, Public Programs, Live Projects and Global Studio, each of which represents a variety of urban planning projects from around the world. […]

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5. November 2019

Raum-Matrix des Westjordanlands

Hannah Wolf

Hannah Wolf, die am Lehrstuhl für Allgemeine Soziologie an der Universität Potsdam promoviert und am SFB 1265 „Re-Figuration von Räumen“ assoziiert ist, berichtet in diesem Blogbeitrag von ihrem Aufenthalt im Westjordanland. Das Leitmotiv ihrer Reise sind dabei die Raumverhältnisse zwischen Innen/Außen, Oben/Unten und Offen/Geschlossen. Das Westjordanland ist eine der am stärksten politisch, ideologisch und militärisch […]

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25. October 2019

Über Raum und Zeit. Im Gespräch mit Fraya Frehse

Fabian Gülzau | Julia Fülling

Fraya Frehse, die an der Universidade de São Paulo eine Professur für Soziologie (insb. Stadt-, Raum- und Alltagssoziologie) hält, war vom 15.02. bis zum 31.08.2019 Gastwissenschaftlerin am SFB 1265. Wir haben sie am Ende ihres Aufenthaltes interviewt. Im Gespräch berichtet Fraya Frehse unter anderem von ihren Erfahrungen am SFB und ihrem Blick auf die deutsche Stadtsoziologie.

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16. September 2019

Lost in interdisciplinarity? The many voices in spatial research

The following discussion is an edited, abridged transcript of the concluding panel discussion of the 1st International Conference of the CRC 1265 "Re-Figuration of Spaces" on the topic of interdisciplinarity in spatial research between researchers Martina Löw (Chair), Matthias Middell, Ilse Helbrecht, Séverine Marguin, Jörg Stollmann and Steffen Mau.

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