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Ignacio Castillo Ulloa

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Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Technische Universität Berlin
BH-5-1 | Raum 228
Ernst-Reuter-Platz 1
10587 Berlin

Vita

  • Studium

  • 2011-2017

    Doktorat im Fachbereich Stadt- und Regionalplanung | Technische Universität Berlin | Titel der Doktorarbeit: Space and Radical planning: Linking protest action and local community self-development

  • 2008 - 2010

    M.Sc. Stadtmanagement | Technische Universität Berlin | Titel der Masterarbeit: Megaprojects—Megaparticipation?

  • 1998 - 2005

    Lizentiat in Architektur | Universität von Costa Rica | Titel der Lizentiatsarbeit: Modelo Análisis Imagen Urbana [Urban image analytical model]

  • Berufliche Erfahrung

  • seit 2019

    Wissenschaftlicher Koordinator | Global Center of Spatial Methods for Urban Sustainability (SMUS)

  • seit 2018

    Wissenschaftler Mitarbeiter | Sonderforschungsbereich 1265 "Re-Figuration von Räumen"

  • seit 2017

    Wissenschaftler Mitarbeiter und Lehrbeauftragter | Fachgebiet Städtebau und Siedlungswesen

  • 07/2009 – 10/2010

    Projektassistent-Projektleiter
    INPOLIS UCE GmbH | Berlin, Deutschland

  • 05/2009 – 06/2009

    Berater
    (ehemalige) GTZ | Dhaka, Bangladesch

  • 02/2009 – 04/2009

    Praktikant
    Zentrum für Metropolenforschung der Technische Universität Berlin | Berlin, Deutschland

  • 09/2005 –06/2008

    Forscher-Projektleiter
    Forschungszentrum für Nachhaltige Stadtentwicklung der Universität von Costa Rica (ProDUS-UCR) | San José, Costa Rica

  • 10/2005 –06/2008

    Projektdesigner-Projektleiter
    Selbständiger Architekt | San José, Costa Rica

Forschungsschwerpunkte

    • Planungstheorie

    • Bürgerbeteiligung

    • Community Development

    • sozial und räumliche Analyse

    • Soziale (urbane) Bewegungen

Publikationen

  • Vorträge

    • Cities as educational settings: Results and Impacts of Built Environment Education. Workshop Reflecting on Methods — Project proposals for post-doctoral research. Global Center of Spatial Methods for Urban Sustainability (SMUS). Tempelhof Airport: Berlin, October 2020.

    • From apophenia to epiphany: Seeking to make planning theory-research-practice co-constitutive. Lecture series summer 20: Interdisciplinary theory and practice. Berlin University of Technology: Berlin, July 2020.

    • When participation meets spatial(ized) pedagogy: Children’s participation and the re-figuration of public space. AESOP Annual Congress, ACESP-AESOP Special Session. Università luav di Venezia: Venedig, July 2019.

    • „I spy with my little eye“: Children’s appropriation and re-figuration of public space in defiance of its intended use. International Conference of the CRC 1265. Berlin University of Technology: Berlin, February 2019.

    • Distilling materially the immaterial: The variation of the spatial knowledge of children and youngsters within the re-figuration of spaces. V Simposio Internacional: Encuentros Etnográficos con Niños, Niñas, Adolescentes y Jóvenes en Contextos Educativos. Universidad Nacional del Nordeste: Chaco, Argentinien, October 2018.

    • Protest action and self-development meets head-on urban growth. Lecture series summer 18: Interdisciplinary theory and practice. Berlin University of Technology: Berlin, 16 April-July 16, 2018.

    • How much of an anagram are (planning) theoretical and practical research? Urban Management Alumni Symposium. Berlin University of Technology: Berlin, 26-28 May 2016.

    • Self-organization and political subjectivity: Community development that overcomes structural impairment and exclusion. Community Development Society Annual Conference. Lexington: 19-22 July 2015.

    • Heading (inevitably) towards Trantor? (Urban) society, planning and ecology. Ecology Days Berlin. Humboldt University: Berlin, 12-16 May 2014.

  • Forschungspapiere

    • Public space as a catalyst for a disrupting ‘redistribution of the sensible’. International Conference Quartiersentwicklung im Globalen Süden/Neighbourhood Development in the Global South. University of Kassel: Kassel, 16–17 June 2016.

    • From aphopenia to epiphany: Seeking to make planning theory-research-practice co-constitutive. International Conference Differences and Connections: Beyond Universal Theories in Planning, Urban, and Heritage Studies IX YA Conference. University of Palermo: Palermo, 23–26 March 2015.

    • The spatial politicisation of planning. International conference Cities that Talk AESOP Young Academics Conference. University of Gothenburg: Gothenburg, 10–13 March 2014.

    • Acting in reality within the cranny of the Real: Towards an alternative agency of urban commons. International Conference Urban Commons: Moving Beyond State and Market. Humboldt University: Berlin, 27–28 September 2013.

    • Unravelling spaces of representation through insurgent planning actions. International Conference Cities to be tamed? Standards and Alternatives in the Transformation of the Urban South. Polytechnic University of Milan: Milan, 15–17 November 2012.

    • Urban-social movements and urban planning: From confrontation to mutual cooperation. International conference Planning/Conflict: Critical Perspectives on Contentious Urban Development. Berlin University of Technology: Berlin, 27–28 October 2011.

  • Publikationen

    • Castillo , Ignacio/ Schröder, D. Joshua/ Helbrecht, Ilse (2021). Subject(ified) strategies for spatial(ised) ontological security in refigured modernity —SFB 1265 Working Paper No. 7.

    • Castillo Ulloa, Ignacio/ Schwerer, Jona (2021): Qualitative Meta-Analyse. In: Heinrich, Anna Julian/ Marguin, Séverine/ Million, Angela/ Stollmann, Jörg (Hrsg.): Methoden der qualitativen Raumforschung. Ein interdisziplinäres Handbuch. utb: Bd. 5582. Bielefeld: transcript Verlag. S. 415–426.

    • Castillo, Ignacio / Heinrich, Anna Juliane / Million, Angela / Schwerer, Jona (2021; accepted): The Evolving Spatial Knowledge of Children and Young People. CRC Press Series: The Refiguration of Space. Abingdon: Routledge.

    • Million, Angela / Haid, Christian / Castillo, Ignacio / Baur, Nina (eds.) (2021; accepted): Spatial Transformations: Kaleidoscopic Perspectives on the Refiguration of Spaces. CRC Press Series: The Refiguration of Space. Abingdon: Routledge.

    • Million, Angela / Haid, Christian / Castillo, Ignacio / Baur, Nina (eds.) (2021; accepted): Navigating Spatial Transformations Through the Refiguration of Spaces. In: Million, Angela / Haid, Christian / Castillo, Ignacio / Baur, Nina (eds.): Spatial Transformations: Kaleidoscopic Perspectives on the Refiguration of Spaces. CRC Press Series: The Refiguration of Space. Abingdon: Routledge.

    • Castillo, Ignacio / Million, Angela / Schwerer, Jona (2021; accepted): „I spy with my little eye“: Children’s actual use and experts intended design of public space. In: Million, Angela / Haid, Christian / Castillo, Ignacio / Baur, Nina (eds.): Spatial Transformations: Kaleidoscopic Perspectives on the Refiguration of Spaces. CRC Press Series: The Refiguration of Space. Abingdon: Routledge.

    • Castillo, Ignacio (2020): Space and radical planning: Linking protest action and local community self-development. Berlin: TU Berlin Press.

    • Castillo, Ignacio (2019): The planner’s subjective destitution: Towards a hysterical-analytical triad of planning theory-research-practice. Raumforschung und Raumordnung 77(2): S. 181–198.

    • Castillo, Ignacio (2019): Crystallising actual neighbourhood development via public space, ‘non-adversarial’ political subjectivity and extra-institutional politics. In: U. Altrock, D. Kurth, R. Kunze, H. Schmidt and G. Schmitt (eds.) Quartierentwicklung im globalen Süden. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, S. 249–276.

    • Castillo, I. (in Kürze erscheinend). Crystallising actual neighbourhood development via public space, ‘non-adversarial’ political subjectivity and extra-institutional politics. Jahrbuch Stadterneuerung 2018.

    • Castillo, Ignacio (2018): A renaissance of ‘socially rebellious’ community development: A tale of a locale. Radical Community Work Journal 3(2).

    • Castillo, I. (2017). Public space as catalyst for an alternative politics of neighborhood TRIALOG 126/127: 5-11.

    • Castillo, I. (2016). From apophenia to epiphany: Making planning theory-research-practice co-constitutive. plaNext—next generation planning 3: 16-35.

    • Castillo, I. (2015). Acting in reality within the cranny of the Real: Towards an alternative agency of urban commons. In: M. Dellenbaugh, M. Kip, M. Bieniok, A. Müller and M. Schwegmann (eds.) Urban Commons: Moving Beyond State and Market. Basel: Birkhäuser, pp.130-147.

    • Castillo, I. (2013a). Unravelling spaces of representation through insurgent planning actions. Planum—The Journal of Urbanism 26(1): 1-12.

    • Castillo, I. (2013b). Unravelling spaces of representation through insurgent planning actions. In: F. Chiodelli, B. De Carli, M. Falletti and L. Scavuzzo (eds.) Cities to be Tamed? Spatial Investigations Across the Global South. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp.262-283.