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Veranstaltungen von Prof. Dr. Jacqueline Loos


Lehrveranstaltungen

Kolloquium Sozial-ökologische Forschung (Kolloquium)

Dozent/in: David Abson, Joern Fischer, Jan Hanspach, Jacqueline Loos, Berta Martín-López, Maraja Riechers

Termin:
wöchentlich | Donnerstag | 13:00 - 14:00 | 17.10.2022 - 03.02.2023 | C 11.117

Inhalt: Das Kolloquium wird inhaltlich verschiedene Methoden, Ansätze und Ergebnisse sozial-ökologischer Forschung behandeln und unterschiedliche Formate anbieten: Studierende präsentieren ihre Forschungsvorhaben und/ oder Ergebnisse, die dann mit den Betreuuenden und anderen Forschern diskutiert werden können

Environmental Justice in Conservation and Development (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Jacqueline Loos

Termin:
wöchentlich | Mittwoch | 10:15 - 11:45 | 17.10.2022 - 03.02.2023 | C 6.317 | .

Inhalt: We will start the course by re-investigating the Sustainable Development Goals under a justice perspective. After establishing a deeper understanding of the justice concept by Rawls, and Human Rights, we will examine the capabilities approach by Sen and Nussbaum for their feasibility to combine social and ecological aspects in biodiversity conservation. After scrutinizing the goals of the Convention on Biological Conservation, we will exemplify the concept of environmental justice with a range of case studies from different countries, particularly of the Global South.

Critical geographies of protected area management (Vorlesung)

Dozent/in: Jacqueline Loos, Cormac Walsh

Termin:
wöchentlich | Freitag | 10:15 - 12:45 | 17.10.2022 - 03.02.2023 | C 12.010 | Wöchentlich + eine kurze Exkursion

Inhalt: At a time of unprecedented environmental change, nature conservation policies and practices are key to the protection of natural values, vulnerable ecosystems and treasured landscapes. Yet, ways of doing nature conservation are also changing in response to wider societal shifts and an increasing recognition of the need to incorporate cultural values, local knowledge and traditional practices with conservation strategies. Critical perspectives within human geography and the social sciences have long viewed nature conservation as a ‘spatial practice’ whereby national parks and other forms of protected areas are created to set aside spaces for nature beyond the damaging influence of modern human society. More recently, researchers and practitioners seek to find ways to engage local communities and stakeholders in nature conservation, to find a balance between resource use and protection, within a wider context of sustainable development. In this seminar, current concepts and practices of nature conservation and their geographical implications will be critically discussed. Students, working in small groups, will carry out desk-based research on case studies of nature conservation in Germany and worldwide.