**Registration for this winter semester's courses is open!**
 
The Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space offers english and german courses for bachelor, master and doctoral students from planning and architecture. We also explicitly welcome students coming from other Viennese universities in disciplines relating to urban studies such as educational studies, migration studies, ethnography, urban design, geography, (work, urban) sociology, political science, landscape architecture, cultural studies (‘Mitbeleger’ at TU Wien). More Information 

Publikationen

KNIERBEIN, S. und VIDERMAN, T. (2018 Routledge)

Public Space Unbound: Urban Emancipation and the Post-Political Condition.

Through an exploration of emancipation in capitalist urbanization, this book argues the political is enacted through the everyday practices of publics producing space. This suggests democracy is a spatial practice co-constituted by residents, places and practices rather than an abstract professional field organizing people and movements.

Public Space Unbound brings together a cross-disciplinary group of scholars to examine spaces, conditions and processes in which emancipatory practices impact the everyday life of citizens. We ask: How do emancipatory mo(ve)ments relate with public space under ‘post-political conditions’? In a time when democracy, solidarity and utopia are in crisis, is it still productive to claim future progress by urban revolution, or shall we rather look at small emancipatory mo(ve)ments that characterize present everyday life?

Ankündigung von Routledge

Rezension von Nicole Kirchberger in dérive

 

Termine

3. - 7. Oktober 2022

dieRaum 22: Ausstellung raumplanungsspezifischer Studierendenarbeiten in der TVFA-Halle, Erzherzog-Johann-Platz 1, 1040 Wien | Mehr Informationen 

4. Oktober 2022

Kick Off | Wahlmodul 5 „Gesellschaft, Alltag und Raum“ | 9 - 11 Uhr | Seminarraum BA 02B, Plus Energie Büro Hochhaus, Getreidemarkt 9, 2. OG 

6. Oktober 2022

30 Jahre Agenda 21 | Agenda Symposium - Städtische Demokratie, plurale Gesellschaft & Beteiligung für Alle mit Keynote von Sabine Knierbein. 17.10 Uhr in der Brunnenpassage, 1160 Wien | Mehr Informationen