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Dr. Anna Steigemann

A04: Architekturen des Asyls

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Technische Universität Berlin
A 53 | Raum 622
Strasse des 17. Juni 152
10623 Berlin

Vita

  • Studium

  • 2012 – 2016

    Promotion in Soziologie (Dr. phil.) mit „summa cum laude“, Technische Universität Berlin;
    Thesis: Offering More? How Store Owners and Their Businesses Build Neighborhood Social Life (BetreuerInnen: Prof. Dr. Sybille Frank, Prof. Dr. John Mollenkopf, Prof. Dr. Dietrich Henckel)

  • 2006 – 2009

    Master of Arts Sozialwissenschaften, Humboldt-Universität Berlin
    Thesis: From Bakeries to Bars? Commercial Gentrification on Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY (BetreuerInnen: Prof. Dr. Hartmut Häußermann, Prof. Dr. Talja Blokland)

  • 2002 – 2006

    Bachelor of Arts Sozialwissenschaften, Humboldt-Universität Berlin
    Thesis: Deprived Neighborhoods and Hip Hop. The affinity of deprived (migrant) youth for the culture of Hip Hop (BetreuerInnen: Prof. Dr. Hartmut Häußermann and Prof. Dr. Susanne Frank)

  • Beruflicher Werdegang

  • Seit 2016

    Senior Researcher
    Habitat Unit, Technische Universität Berlin

  • Seit 2011

    Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
    Urban Management (Master-Studiengang), Technische Universität Berlin

  • 2015 – 2017

    Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
    Fachgebiet Sozialwissenschaftliche Stadtforschung, Bauhaus Universität Weimar

  • 2012 – 2015

    DFG-Stipendiatin
    Center for Metropolitan Studies, TU Berlin & Center for Urban Research, Graduate Center CUNY

  • 2011 – 2012

    Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
    Fachgebiet für Stadt- und Regionalsoziologie, Institut für Soziologie und Institut der Stadt- und Regionalplanung, Technische Universität Berlin

  • 2009 – 2011

    Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
    Fachgebiet für Stadt- und Regionalsoziologie, Institut für Sozialwissenschaften, Humboldt-Universität Berlin

  • 2006

    Radio Journalistin Bayerischer Rundfunk, München

Forschungsschwerpunkte

    • Kritische Stadtforschung

    • Migration und Stadt (insbesondere Fluchtmigration)

    • klassische Stadtsoziologie

    • Nachbarschaftsstudien

    • Bottom-Up Governance

    • Postkoloniale Theorie

    • ethnographische und qualitative sozialwissenschaftliche Methoden

Dissertation

Promotion (August 2016.) “Offering More? How Store Owners and their Businesses Build Neighborhood Social Life”, am Center for Metropolitan Studies der TU Berlin und der CUNY Graduate Center mit “summa cum laude”.

Publikationen

  • Monographie

    • Steigemann, A. M. (2018/tba). The places where community is practiced. How store owners and their businesses build neighborhood social life, Springer.

    • Steigemann, A. M. (2017). Offering “more”? How store owners and their businesses build neighborhood social life, TU Berlin University Press.

  • Buchbeiträge

    • (2019) First arrivals in shrinkage. The physical and social development of arrival infrastructures in Thuringia, East Germany. Meeus, B., Van Heur, B., Arnaut, K. (Eds.) Arrival Infrastructures. Migration and Urban Social Mobility, Palgrave Macmillan.

    • Steigemann, A. (2018):Thüringens Willkommenskultur und die sozialräumliche Integration von Flüchtlingen in Gera. With Franziska Werner. In Eckardt, F. (Eds.) Ungeliebte Nachbarn. Anti-Asyl-Proteste in Thüringen. Transcript Verlag.

    • Steigemann, A. (2018/ tba): First arrivals in shrinkage. The physical and social development of arrival infrastructures in Thuringia, East Germany. Meeus, B., Van Heur, B., Arnaut, K. (Eds.) Arrival Infrastructures. Migration and Urban Social Mobility, Palgrave Macmillan.

    • Steigemann, A. (2017): Businesses as Neighbourhood Contact Sites: Some policy implications. Anja Besecke; Josiane Meier; Ricarda Pätzold; Susanne Thomaier (Eds.). Stadtökonomie – Blickwinkel und Perspektiven, Berlin, Universitätsverlag der TU Berlin.

    • Steigemann, A. (2016): Paradigmenwechsel vom Schrumpfen zur Integration? Thüringens ‘Willkommenskultur’ und die Stadtentwicklungspolitik. Wüstenrot Stiftung: Tagungsband Wohnungsleerstände in Deutschland – Ausmaß – Wahrnehmung – Reaktionen.

  • Begutachtete Fachaufsätze

    • Steigemann, A. M. (2017): Social practices in a café: community through consumption?. Geographica Helvetica, 72(1), 45.

    • Steigemann, A. (2017): Vom Schrumpfen zur Integration? Thüringens Willkommenskultur und die sozialräumliche Integration von Flüchtlingen in Gera. with Franziska Werner, Lessenich, S. (Eds.) Geschlossene Gesellschaften. Verhandlungen des 38. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Bamberg 2016.

    • Steigemann, A. (2016): A Welcoming Policy in Post-Socialist East Germany, with Frank Eckardt, Franziska Werner, Forced Migration Review 51.

  • Weitere Publikationen

    • Steigemann, Anna; Eckardt, Frank, Werner Franziska (2015): Willkommensstädte. Studienprojekt der Werkstatt Sozialraumanalyse. Abschlussbericht für den Thüringer Minister für Migration, Justiz und Verbraucherschutz.

    • Steigemann, A. (2013): Kommunikationskonzept Turmstraße – Bericht zur Stärkung der lokalen Identität. Bezirksamt Mitte/Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung.

    • Steigemann, A. (2012): No Strings Attached?! Kontakte im öffentlichen Raum, Project Report with MA Students, ISR TU Berlin.

    • Steigemann, A. (2009): Book Review on Derek Hyra’s The New Urban Renewal, International Journal for Urban and Regional Research.

    • Steigemann, A. (2009): From Bakeries to Bars – Commercial Gentrification in East Williamsburg, NYC. HU Berlin: unpublished Manuscript.

  • Konferenzbeiträge

    • (2018) Architectures of Asylum. A glocal perspective from Zaatari, Jordan and Berlin, Germany. Session: Design for Asylum: Architecture, Urban Space and Forced Migration, International Association for Forced Migration (IASFM): Whither Refugees? Restrictionism, Crises and Precarity Writ Large, Thessaloniki, Greece, 24-28 July 2018

    • (2018) Spaces of belonging in architectures of asylum? Urban refugees’ agency in the production of space in Berlin, Germany and Zaatari, Jordan. With Philipp Misselwitz, Session: Cities for whom? Exploring urban issues and forced migration with innovative and participatory methods, International Association for Forced Migration (IASFM): Whither Refugees? Restrictionism, Crises and Precarity Writ Large, Thessaloniki, Greece, 24-28 July 2018

    • (2018) Architectures of Asylum – Making a Home in a State of Permanent Temporariness. With Philipp Misselwitz. Session: Researching Home: Choices, Challenges, Opportunities, RC43 Housing and Built Environment, XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology: Power, Violence and Justice: Reflections, Responses and Responsibilities, Toronto, Canada, July 15-21, 2018

    • (2018) Spaces of belonging in architectures of asylum? Urban refugees’ agency in the production of space and place in Berlin, Germany and Zaatari, Jordan. Session: Creating welcoming communities: Local immigration and integration policies, AAG Annual Meeting, New Orleans, April 8-14.

    • (2018) Urban refugees’ agency in the production of space and place in Berlin, Germany and Zaatari, Jordan – a geography of (dis)integration? With Philipp Misselwitz. Session: Refugees and Immigrants in the City V, AAG Annual Meeting, New Orleans, April 8 -14.

    • (2017) Architectures of Asylum – the intersection of technocratic planning and refugees’ agency, Session: Migration und Flucht in der Stadt – Dynamiken nach dem langen Sommer der Migration, Deutscher Kongress für Geographie 2017: Eine Welt in Bewegung • Erforschen – Verstehen – Gestalten, Tübingen, Sept 29- Oct 5 2017.

    • (2017) Urban planning and refugees’ socio-spatial appropriation practices, Session: Lokale Aushandlungen und Praktiken von Asyl zwischen Inklusion und Exklusion, Deutscher Kongress für Geographie 2017: Eine Welt in Bewegung • Erforschen – Verstehen – Gestalten, Tübingen, Sept 29- Oct 5 2017.

    • (2017) Architectures of asylum – a glocal perspective from Berlin. With Philipp Misselwitz. Panel: Urban planning and migrants in the city: glocal and transnational perspectives, RC 21 Conference: Rethinking Urban Global Justice: An international academic conference for critical urban studies, Leeds, Great Britain, September 11-14, 2017.

    • (2017) Learning from Berlin. Introduction to Berlin as the site for new Urban Management with a focus on Co-Production of Knowledge. WITS-TUB Summer School, July 17, 2017.

    • (2017) ‘Behind the curtain, it works’ – Small Business Owners’ Community Building Practices, 4th Special Session Retail aspects in Urban Geography and Urban Planning, AAG Annual Meeting, Chicago, USA

    • (2017) Survival opportunities of “traditional” crafts in upgrading neighborhoods: some policy implications, Panel: Regeneration projects and gentrification processes and diversity in entrepreneurship, Divercities: Governing Urban Diversity Conference, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

    • (2016) Vom Schrumpfen zur Integration? Thüringens Willkommenskultur und die sozialräumliche Integration von Flüchtigen in Gera, with Franziska Werner, Sektion Stadt- und Regionalsoziologie: Sozial-räumliche Integration von Flüchtlingen, DGS Kongress, Bamberg, Germany.

    • (2016) Vom Schrumpfen zur Integration?! Thüringens ‘Willkommenskultur’ als Paradigmenwechsel in der lokalen Stadtentwicklungspolitik? Konferenz: Wohnungsleerstände in Deutschland – Ausmaß – Wahrnehmung, Kaiserslautern, Germany.

    • (2016) Introduction to Empirical Research Methods in Social Sciences, with Lisa Vollmer, IGK Methods Workshop, TU Berlin.

    • (2015) First arrivals in shrinkage. The physical, communication and social development of arrival infrastructures in Thuringia, East Germany, Urban Arrival Infrastructures. An International Workshop on Migration and Cities in the 19th and 21st Century, Brussels, Belgium.

    • (2015) Do I need to grow blond hair to become German? Place Making Practices of Business Owners on a “diverse” Berlin Shopping Street., Panel The Challenge of Diversity: Does Urban Diversity Contribute to the Ideal City?, RC21 conference, Urbino, Italy.

    • (2015) Place Making Practices of Business Owners in the course of a Berlin Urban Renewal Program., Panel Networks and encounters in contested spaces RC21 Conference, Urbino, Italy.

    • (2015) Do I need to grow blond hair to become German? Place Making Practices of Small Business Owners, 2nd Special Session Retail aspects in Urban Geography and Urban Planning. Immigrant retail geographies, AAG Annual Meeting, Chicago, USA.

    • (2014) Local businesses as socially inclusive leisure spaces, Joint Session RC 23/RC 28, ISA 2014 Conference, Yokohama, Japan.

    • (2014) Shopping for Community? Place Making Practices of Small Business Owners, AAG Annual Meeting, Tampa.

    • (2014) Business Ballet. Ethnography of the Physical and Verbal Interactions in a Neukölln Café., Ethnography Workshop with Prof. Suzanne Hall, TU Berlin.

    • (2014) Shopping for Community?! Local businesses as main features of urban infrastructure and local social inclusion. Tagung Neue Kulturgeographie XI: Infrastrukturen der Stadt, Universität Bremen.

    • (2013) Walking for community?! Shopping for community?! How local businesses foster walking activity and related social networking for neighbourhood residents., Walk21International Conference on Walking and Liveable Communities, Munich.

    • (2013) Walking Tour Neighbourhood management and policies in Berlin-Wedding, RC 21 Conference 2013, Berlin.

    • (2012) Introduction to Qualitative Methods, IGK Workshop, TU Berlin.

    • (2012) Segregation and Housing Politics in Berlin, Auto-Construction Workshop Mexico/ Weimar/ Berlin.

    • (2012) Leopoldplatz – Schauplatz einer neuen Bürgerlichkeit? Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften, TU Berlin.