Summerterm 2011

Urban culture, public space and markets: Economy and innovation

Following the programme of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space and the annual issue of 2011, the SKuOR team will focus on Urban culture, public space and markets: Economy and innovation from various angles. Throughout history, cities have always been places for economic activity just as places of political power and cultural life. Despite the relatively strong correlation between urban development and economic development, the many aspects of this relationship, among them the production of public spaces, are rather subject to diverse disputes than object of integrated academic debates. Detailed information Module 11.