The current post is about the workshop-conference called Current Developments in Critical Urban Studies, hosted by the Georg-Simmel-Zentrum, at the Humboldt University of Berlin. This academic workshop will be developed in Berlin, Germany on July 10th and 11th The event is composed by 8 panels in total with 21 presenters from different countries and research centres.
Programme: Critical Urban Studies
The key words of this conference-workshop are: methodological challenges, dialectic methods, urban mentality, constellations, heterotopia, urban Marxism, post-socialism, gentrification, queer city, post-colonialism, urban art, power, drawing, planetary organization, self-organization, digital habitat, city boundaries, petrol station, mobile ethnography, non-Westerns cultures of space, post-political urbanization, critics, inequalities
On Friday 11th, within the panel 5, I will participate with the paper called Energy Delimitation of Human Landscapes. An exploration of the city boundaries through mapping the networks of petrol stations. It is about the construction of a method of delimiting productive landscapes within human settlements via the networks of petrol stations. Looking forward to be there