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Reeperbahn Unleashed: A seminar of Cartographic Practices and Urban Ethnography (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Ursula Kirschner

wöchentlich | Dienstag | 12:15 - 13:45 | 02.04.2024 - 02.07.2024 | C 40.256 Seminarraum
14-täglich | Dienstag | 14:15 - 15:45 | 09.04.2024 - 05.07.2024 | C 40.256 Seminarraum
Einzeltermin | Fr, 19.04.2024, 14:00 - Fr, 19.04.2024, 19:00 | extern
Einzeltermin | Fr, 17.05.2024, 14:00 - Fr, 17.05.2024, 19:00 | extern
Einzeltermin | Fr, 24.05.2024, 14:00 - Fr, 24.05.2024, 19:00 | extern

Inhalt: In this seminar, we propose an in-depth analysis of the Reeperbahn as a microcosm of urban life, examining its diurnal and nocturnal dimensions to elucidate its ontological significance within cultural and urban theory. Our aim is to interrogate the processes of spatial production and the socio-cultural dynamics that shape the conception, perception, and lived experiences of this iconic street in Hamburg. Through our seminar discussions, we aim to construct a narrative understanding of urbanity, encompassing social interactions, economic activities, and cultural expressions. We invite students alike to join us in unraveling the history of Reeperbahn, through a blend of theory and field research, as we navigate through its intricate streets and delve into the profound meanings embedded within its urban landscape. Nayara Benatti, a PhD candidate at the Institute of Architecture and Urban Studies of the University of São Paulo (IAU-USP), is currently participating in an internship at Leuphana University under the guidance of Prof. Ursula Kirschner. Specializing in the intersection of urban sociology and urbanism, Benatti holds a Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences from the Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar) and a Master's degree from IAU-USP. As a research associate at the Center for Studies on Contemporary Spaces (NEC-IAU), Benatti's work focuses on the appropriation of public spaces in cities by civil society. Through methodologies such as urban ethnography and cartography, investigates the democratic and participatory dimensions of public space occupation, aiming to contribute to the understanding of contemporary urban dynamics.