A field guide to Berlin. Designing teaching material for a field visit in urban studies

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A field guide to Berlin. Designing teaching material for a field visit in urban studies
Auteur⸱e⸱s
Müller Martin, Trivin Clotilde, Imhof Nadja, Paulos Julio
Détails de l'institution
Institut de géographie et durabilité de l'Université de Lausanne
Date de publication
21/11/2023
Volume
10
Genre
Etudes urbaines: rapport de recherche
Langue
anglais
Nombre de pages
52
Résumé
This field guide is part of a larger field course called ‘Urban Dynamics’ (Dynamiques Urbaines), running in the third year of the Bachelor degree in Geography at the University of Lausanne. In this course, students are expected to define and realise for the first time a self-organised research project in groups, taking place in Berlin. It starts from the observation that urban change is always subject to contestation and debate, and therefore to politics. We distinguish between big P Politics, that is, the institutionalised politics of political institutions, state actors, and officials; and small p politics, the politics of everyday contestations, solidarity, protesting and sometimes of simply acting in one way than another, that pervades Berlin. It contains two field days in Berlin that students can undertake as a self-guided tour. Each day has four sites for which the field guide contains both background information, key concepts of urban geography, and questions that familiarise them with important debates.
Mots-clé
field guide, urban dynamics, global city, culture-led urban development, urban nature, public space, local identity
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13/11/2023 17:46
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23/11/2023 7:09
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