Angelika Gabauer

Angelika Gabauer, University Assistant

MA Political Science
BA Political Science

Angelika Gabauer is University Assistant and doctoral candidate at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, TU Wien. She holds a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Vienna and studied Spatial Planning at TU Wien. She was a research fellow in the international research project Geographies of Age (2018–2020), a cooperation between partners of ETH Zurich, KTH Stockholm and TU Wien. In 2021 she was a guest researcher at the Institute of Sociology, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany. She is co-editor of Care and the City: Encounters with Urban Studies (Routledge 2022, Open Access 2021). Her doctoral thesis Ageing, Space and Subjectivity: A Study of Ageing in the City explores the interplay of ageing, subjectivation and urban space production, and asks for the role of space for the constitution of ageing subjects.

Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space E285-02
future.lab
Faculty of Architecture and Planning
TU Wien

Contact

Tel. +43-1-58801 285 022
Email. angelika.gabauer@skuor.tuwien.ac.at

Post Address:
TU Wien
Faculty of Architecture and Planning/future.lab
Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space (Research Centre, E285-02)
Karlsgasse 11, Top Floor, 1040 Vienna, Austria

 

Curriculum Vitae

born in Linz, Austria.

 

Education

since 03|2019 Doctoral Studies in Social and Economic Sciences at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria.
10|2014 – 10|2018 Master Studies in Political Science, University of Vienna, Austria.
03|2013 – 03|2018 Bachelor Studies in Spatial Planning, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria.
01|2017 – 06|2017 Study Exchange Erasmus+, Uppsala University, Sweden.
10|2010 – 04|2014 Bachelor Studies in Political Science, University of Vienna, Austria.

 

Professional Experience

since 10|2018 University Assistant at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria.
09|2014– 06|2018 Study Assistant at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria.
01|2017 – 02|2018 Project Assistant in the international research project “Teacher Autonomy in Sweden, Finland, Germany and Ireland” at the Department of Education, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden.
10|2014 – 03|2015 Research Internship in the WWTF project “Politics of Remembrance and the Transition of Public Spaces: A Political and Social Analysis of Vienna”, Department of Government, University of Vienna.

 

Publications

Edited Volumes

Gabauer, Angelika, Knierbein, Sabine, Cohen, Nir, Lebuhn, Henrik, Trogal, Kim, Viderman, Tihomir and Haas, Tigran (2022, Open Access 2021) Care and the City: Encounters with Urban Studies. New York/London: Routledge.

 

Journal Articles (Peer-Reviewed*)

Lehner, Judith M. and Gabauer, Angelika (2021) Alltagsinfrastrukturen des Alter(n)s: Zur Erweiterung methodischer Zugänge für die Planung. IN: Dillinger, Thomas, Getzner, Michael, Kanonier, Arthur and Zech, Sibylla (eds.) 50 Jahre Raumplanung an der TU Wien studieren–lehren–forschen. Jahrbuch des Instituts für Raumplanung der TU Wien, 8: 636-649.*

Knierbein, Sabine, Hou, Jeff and Gabauer, Angelika (2020) Public Space, Civic Dignity and Urban Resistance in the Age of Shrinking Democracy. Transactions of AESOP 4: 46-58.*

Gabauer, Angelika and Knierbein, Sabine (2019) Die Veränderung der öffentlichen Räume: eine urbanistische Analyse, Zeitschrift für Außerschulische Bildung 1: 4-9.

 

Book Chapters

Gabauer, Angelika (2022, forthcoming) Unsettled Everyday Life: Impulses for Age-friendly Urban Planning and Design. IN: Viderman, Tihomir, Knierbein, Sabine, Kränzle, Elina, Frank, Sybille, Wall, Ed and Roskamm, Nikolai (eds.) Urban Space Unsettled: Routines. Temporalities. Contestations. New York/London: Routledge.

Gabauer, Angelika, Knierbein, Sabine, Cohen, Nir, Lebuhn, Henrik, Trogal, Kim and Viderman, Tihomir (2022, Open Access 2021) Care, Uncare, and the City. IN: Gabauer, Angelika, Knierbein, Sabine, Cohen, Nir, Lebuhn, Henrik, Trogal, Kim, Viderman, Tihomir and Haas, Tigran (eds.) Care and the City: Encounters with Urban Studies. New York/London: Routledge, pp. 3-14.

Gabauer, Angelika and Lebuhn, Henrik (2022, Open Access 2021) Introduction: New Care Arrangements and Civic Innovation. IN: Gabauer, Angelika, Knierbein, Sabine, Cohen, Nir, Lebuhn, Henrik, Trogal, Kim, Viderman, Tihomir and Haas, Tigran (eds.) Care and the City: Encounters with Urban Studies. New York/London: Routledge, pp. 165-170.

Gabauer, Angelika, Glaser, Marie, Christensen, Liv, Lehner, Judith M., Jing, Jing and Lundberg, Stefan (2022, Open Access 2021) Geographies of Aging: Hidden Dimensions of Care in Stockholm, Vienna, and Zurich. IN: Gabauer, Angelika, Knierbein, Sabine, Cohen, Nir, Lebuhn, Henrik, Trogal, Kim, Viderman, Tihomir and Haas, Tigran (eds.) Care and the City: Encounters with Urban Studies. New York/London: Routledge, pp. 171-182.

Knierbein, Sabine and Gabauer, Angelika (2020) Öffentliche Räume und intersektionale Stadtpolitik. IN: Heinrich Böll-Stiftung (ed.) Öffentlicher Raum! Strategien der gesellschaftlichen Teilhabe und Zusammenkunft. Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag, pp. 125-146.

Gabauer, Angelika (2018) Conflict vs. Consensus: An Emancipatory Understanding of Planning in a Pluralist Society. IN: Knierbein, Sabine and Viderman, Tihomir (eds.) Public Space Unbound: Urban Emancipation and the Post-Political Condition. New York/London: Routledge, pp. 173-188.

Knierbein, Sabine und Gabauer, Angelika (2017) Worlded Resistance as ‘Alter’ Politics: Train of Hope and the Protest Against the Akademikerball in Vienna. IN: Hou, Jeffrey and Knierbein, Sabine (eds.) City Unsilenced: Urban Resistance and Public Space in the Age of Shrinking Democracy. New York/London: Routledge, pp. 214-228.

 

Reports and Popular Writings

Kafka, Olivia, Gabauer, Angelika, Knierbein, Sabine and Lehner, Judith (2021) KTH & TU Wien Joint Visiting Professorship Program in Urban Studies. Report 2019 – 2021. Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, TU Wien (ed.) ISBN: 978-3-902707-59-8. Vienna.

Kafka, Olivia, Gabauer, Angelika and Knierbein, Sabine (2021) KTH & TU Wien Joint Visiting Professorship Program in Urban Studies. Annual Report for the Academic Year 2020/21. Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Planning, TU Wien (ed.) ISBN: 978-3-902707-58-1. Vienna.

Gabauer, Angelika, Kafka, Olivia and Knierbein, Sabine (2020) KTH & TU Wien Joint Visiting Professorship Program in Urban Studies. Annual Report for the Academic Year 2019/20. Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Planning, TU Wien (ed.) ISBN 978-3-902707-54-3. Vienna.

Gabauer, Angelika, Knierbein, Sabine, Lebuhn, Henrik and Širbegović, Amila (2019) Wien postmigrantisch. Orte der gelebten Vielfalt. Supplement of AUGUSTIN / Sonderbeilage des AUGUSTIN.

Gabauer, Angelika, Kafka, Olivia and Knierbein, Sabine (2019) KTH & TU Wien Joint Visiting Professorship Program in Urban Studies. Annual Report for the Academic Year 2018/19. Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Planning, TU Wien (ed.) ISBN 978-3-902707-50-5. Vienna.

Gabauer, Angelika, Kafka, Olivia and Knierbein, Sabine (2019) Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space Ten Years of Urban Research, Teaching and Action. Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Planning, TU Wien (ed.) ISBN 978-3-902707-46-8. Vienna.

Gabauer, Angelika und Ugrinov, Milica (2015) Redistribution: La Red de Huertos Urbanos de Madrid. IN: Knierbein, Sabine, Krasny, Elke and Viderman, Tihomir: Concepts and Critique of the Production of Space: Urbanismo Afectivo. Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Planning, TU Wien (ed.) ISBN 978-3-902707-18-5. Vienna, pp. 51-53.

 

Theses

Gabauer, Angelika (2018) ‘Affective Planning’: Spinozas Ethik und ihr Potential für eine emanzipatorisch-demokratische Planungstheorie. Master Thesis / Hochschulschrift (Masterarbeit). University of Vienna. Vienna. (Selected for Austrian Political Science Association Junior Research Award, Round of Finalists Best Master Thesis 2019, Score 9/10).

Gabauer, Angelika (2014) Kollektive Identitätsbildung in sozialen Bewegungen am Beispiel einer städtischen Protestformation in Wien. Bachelor Thesis / Hochschulschrift (Bachelorarbeit). University of Vienna. Vienna.

 

Conference Papers and Presentations, Invited Talks

Sich kümmern um Nachbar*innen und Rassismuserfahrungen. Invited Talk/Interview for the Podcast Series “Bitte halten Sie die Grünflächen rein und die Hunde fern”, Kollektiv Raumstation in cooperation with Mosaik, Radio Orange 94.0, Stadt Wien Kultur and Wirtschaftsagentur Wien. 18 November 2021.

Care and the City: Encounters with Urban Studies. Invited Conference Presentation at COSIMENA’s Online Urbanism Cluster Meta-Conference, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Cairo, Egypt (online). 26 October 2021.

‘Activated’ Neighbourhoods: Bridging the Boundaries of Public and Private Life in Cities? Conference Presentation at PSUC International Conference Between the Home and the Square, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece (online), with Olivia Kafka. 22 October 2021.

Designing Places of Soulful Encounters? Everyday Life and the Dilemma of Care and Uncare in the City. Invited Lecture at “Defining Publicness International Workshop”, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, with Katharina Höftberger and Sabine Knierbein. 20 October 2021.

Neue und ‘innovative’ Care-Modelle und ihre Ambivalenzen. Paper Presentation at Momentum Kongress, Hallstatt, Austria. 15 October 2021.

Ageing, Space and Subjectivity: A Study of Ageing in the City. Presentation at the Doctoral Colloquium “International Urban Studies Perspectives on Public Space”, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany. 17 June 2021.

Care and the City. Invited Lecture at Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Faculty of Design and Art, Bozen-Bolzano, Italy (online), with Sabine Knierbein. 23 March 2021.

Roundtable Discussion “Ageing Populations and Age-friendly Cities”. Invited Discussant of the 50th Anniversary Conference of the Study Program Spatial Planning (50 Jahre Raumplanung an der TU Wien studieren–lehren–forschen), TU Wien, Vienna, Austria. 20 November 2020.

Spaces of Age(ing): Towards an Understanding of Growing Old in an Urban Environment. Presentation at the Colloquium for Doctoral Students of the Faculty of Architecture and Planning, TU Wien, Austria (online). 3 December 2020.

New Care Arrangements and Civic Innovation. Session Introduction at International Urban Studies Conference CARE – Cities. Action. Research and Education, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria, with Henrik Lebuhn. 20 November 2019.

Vom Altern lernen: Wissen und Teilhabe im urbanen Raum. Presentation at Autumn Symposium of the Section Ageing and Society of the German Sociological Association’s in cooperation with the Institute of Sociology, University of Vienna (Herbsttagung der Sektion Alter(n) und Gesellschaft der deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Kooperation mit dem Institut für Soziologie der Universität Wien), Vienna, Austria, with Judith M. Lehner. 14 September 2019.

Everyday Geographies of Age(ing). Paper Presentation at AESOP Annual Congress 2019, Venice, Italy, with Judith M. Lehner. 10 July 2019.

Mapping Urban Morphologies of (In)Justice. Paper Presentation at PSUC International Conference The Urbanization of (In)Justice, Nicosia, Cyprus. 17 May 2018.

Chair of Session Public Space and Identity, at PSUC International Conference The Urbanization of (In)Justice, Nicosia, Cyprus, with Sabine Knierbein. 16 May 2018.

Urbane Vielfalt durch Partizipation? Eine kritische Reflexion des Wiener Kooperativen Planungsverfahrens. Paper Presentation at Momentum Kongress, Hallstatt, Austria. 21 October 2017.

An Frauen erinnern: Zum Potential von Geschichtspolitik im öffentlichen Raum. Paper Presentation at Momentum Kongress, Hallstatt, Austria, with Robert Leonhardt. 14 October 2016.

Presentation of Learning Field B ‘Between Emancipatory Practices and Everyday Life’, Opening Speech of WWTF Summer School Designing Places of Emancipation?, TU Wien, Vienna, with Sabine Knierbein, Theresa Schütz, Emanuela Semlitsch and Tihomir Viderman. 30 August 2014.

 
Academic Conferences and Workshop Organization

Networking Event Series of the Association of European Schools of Planning ‘AESOP Thematic Groups Fika’, Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and Planning. TU Wien, Vienna, Austria (online). Coordination and Organization, with Olivia Kafka and Sabine Knierbein. Jan, July, Oct and Dec 2021.

Book Launch Event Care and the City: Encounters with Urban Studies, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria (hybrid). Coordination and Organization, with Sabine Knierbein. 9 November 2021.

International Urban Studies Conference CARE – Cities. Action. Research and Education, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria. Coordination, Organization and Member of the Scientific Conference Committee. 20–22 November 2019.

International PhD Symposium Public Life: Towards a Politics of Care. Bodies. Place. Matter, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria. Member of the Organizing Team. 17–18 April 2015.

WWTF Summer School Designing Places of Emancipation?, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria. Member of the Organizing Team. 30 August–05 September 2014.

 

Stays Abroad

Erasmus Teaching Exchange at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, School of Architecture, Department of Urban and Regional Planning Development (Assoc. Prof. Dr. Charis Christodoulou). 18–22 October 2021.

Guest Research Stay at Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany, Institute of Sociology, Department of Political Sociology (Prof. Dr. Silke van Dyk). 15 May–15 August 2021.

Erasmus+ Study Exchange, Uppsala University, Sweden. January–June 2017.

Participation in the Erasmus+ Summer School (post-graduate) Gender and Philosophy: Feminist Thinking in Historical Perspective, University of Jyväskylä, Finland. 22–26 August 2016.

 

Teaching Activities

Lecture-Exercise “Right to the City and Spatial Planning: Focus ‘Aging Society’”, 3 ECTS, 2 SWS, Winter Term 2021/22 MA Spatial Planning, TU Wien, English.

Seminar “Everyday Life, Difference and Intersectionality in Urban Studies”, 3 ECTS, 2 SWS, Winter Term 2021/22 MA Spatial Planning, TU Wien, English, co-teaching (with Katharina Höftberger and Knierbein, Sabine).

Exercise “Stadtforschung, Lebenswelt und Alltagsleben”, 3 ECTS, 2 SWS, Winter Term 2021/22 MA Spatial Planning, TU Wien, German, co-teaching (with Simon Güntner, Sabine Knierbein, Judith M. Lehner, and Christian Reutlinger).

Project “Exploring Intergenerational Practices of Care in Vienna and Beyond: Intersectional Perspectives for Society and Environment”, 12 ECTS, 6 SWS, Summer Term 2021 MA Spatial Planning, TU Wien, English, co-teaching (with Marie Glaser, Sabine Knierbein, and Philipp Krebs). Cooperation with Vienna Biennale for Change 2021, part of the MAK exhibition CLIMATE CARE: Reimagining Shared Planetary.

Seminar “Concepts and Critique of the Production of Space”, 4 ECTS, 2 SWS, Winter Term 2020/21 MA Spatial Planning, TU Wien, English, co-teaching (with Marie Glaser and Sabine Knierbein).

Exercise “Paths and Tools of the Production of Space”, 4 ECTS, 2 SWS, Winter Term 2020/21 MA Spatial Planning, TU Wien, English, co-teaching (with Marie Glaser).

Project “Stories of Life and Work: Exploring Work Ethics and Diverse Economies in and around Vienna and Beyond”, 12 ECTS, 6 SWS, Summer Term 2020 MA Spatial Planning, TU Wien, English, co-teaching (with Sabine Knierbein, Philipp Krebs, and Kim Trogal).

Seminar “Concepts and Critique of the Production of Space: Space, Youth and Labour Markets in Contemporary Processes of Urbanization”, 4 ECTS, 2 SWS, Winter Term 2019/20 MA Spatial Planning, TU Wien, English, co-teaching (with Sabine Knierbein and Kim Trogal).

Exercise “Mapping Disciplinary Perspectives on CARE”, 4 ECTS, 2 SWS, Winter Term 2019/20 MA Spatial Planning, TU Wien, English, co-teaching (with Judith M. Lehner).

Exercise “Paths and Tools of the Production of Space: Mapping Post-Growth Organizations in Vienna”, 4 ECTS, 2 SWS, Winter Term 2019/20 MA Spatial Planning, TU Wien, English, co-teaching (with Kim Trogal).

Seminar “Geographien des Alter(n)s”, 6 ECTS, 3 SWS, Summer Term 2019 MA Spatial Planning, TU Wien, German, co-teaching (with Claudia Auzinger and Judith M. Lehner).

Project Learning in the Postmigrational City, 12 ECTS, 6 SWS, Summer Term 2019 MA Spatial Planning, TU Wien, English, co-teaching (with Sabine Knierbein, Henrik Lebuhn, and Amila Sirbegovic).

Seminar “Concepts and Critique of the Production of Space: Migration, Citizenship and Planning between States, Cities and Markets”, 4 ECTS, 2 SWS, Winter Term 2018/19 MA Spatial Planning, TU Wien, English, co-teaching (with Nir Cohen and Sabine Knierbein).

Exercise “Paths and Tools of the Production of Space: Mobile Methodologies”, 4 ECTS, 2 SWS, Winter Term 2018/19 MA Spatial Planning, TU Wien, English, co-teaching (with Nir Cohen and Judith M. Lehner).