064-0018-16L  NSL Doctoral Colloquium: Methods in Urban and Landscape Studies

SemesterFrühjahrssemester 2016
DozierendeM. Angélil, A. Brillembourg, K. Christiaanse, C. Girot, H. Klumpner, C. Schmid, G. Vogt
Periodizitätjedes Semester wiederkehrende Veranstaltung
LehrspracheEnglisch


KurzbeschreibungAdvanced PhD candidates of urban studies, urban and landscape design and urban sociology report about their experiences and insights in the concrete application of methods utilized for their research and scientific publications. Discussion of ongoing individual work, methodological questions, critical perspectives on urban and landscape design and city's relation to society.
LernzielThe seminar seeks to provide participants with a differentiated knowledge of methods in the field of the urbanism. Furthermore, it provides a platform to exchange contemporary urban research experiences across disciplinary boundaries, drawing from different geographies of knowledge production. Possible meta-themes include modes of data assessment in urban studies, ways of progressing from hypothesis to synthesis, and research by design as method.
InhaltThe format of FS16 will consist of 2-3 thematic panels, each with 3-4 panelists and one invited critic. Discussion will take place after the completed panel presentations, allowing for enhanced comparison and synthesis.
Participants will be expected to submit single-page abstracts of their papers in advance and to make a presentation of app. 20 minutes at the colloquium. The discussion rounds will be moderated by the organizing professors and invited guests.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesThe seminar is joint-organized by the chairs of Prof. Kees Christiaanse, Prof. Dr. Christian Schmid, Prof. Dr. Marc Angélil and Prof. Hubert Klumpner as one full-day event in the academic semester.
The will comprise different formats, alternating with the responsible chair.

Participants in both cases will be expected to submit single-page abstracts of their papers in advance and to make a presentation of app. 20 minutes at the colloquium. The discussion rounds will be moderated by the organizing professor and the invited guests.

Enrolment on agreement with the lecturer only.