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See detailSuburbanisierung
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in Handwörterbuch der Stadt- und Raumentwicklung (in press)

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See detail‘Cruise to the Edge’. How 1970s prog-rock dinos found a safe haven on the cruise ship
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in Monios, Jason; Wilmsmeier, Gordon (Eds.) Maritime Mobilities (2018)

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See detailSpatially Differentiated, Temporally Variegated: The Study of Life Cycles for a Better Understanding of Suburbia in German City Regions
Hesse, Markus UL; Polivka, Jan; Reicher, Christa

in Raumforschung und Raumordnung (2017)

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See detailApproaching the relational nature of the port-city interface in Europe: ties and tensions between seaports and the urban
Hesse, Markus UL

in Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie = Journal of Economic & Social Geography (2017)

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See detailHerausforderung partizipative Stadtplanung
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Article for general public (2017)

Als Hauptstadt übernimmt Luxemburg zahlreiche Funktionen an Stelle des Staates. Als Wohnort ist sie den quartierspezifischen Interessen ausgesetzt. Die sich daraus ergebende Spannung fordert nicht nur ... [more ▼]

Als Hauptstadt übernimmt Luxemburg zahlreiche Funktionen an Stelle des Staates. Als Wohnort ist sie den quartierspezifischen Interessen ausgesetzt. Die sich daraus ergebende Spannung fordert nicht nur Politik und Verwaltung heraus. Überlegungen zu den Bedingungen gelingender Partizipation von Bürgerschaft und Forschung. [less ▲]

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See detailA Negotiated Landscape. The Transformation of San Francisco’s Waterfront since 1950
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in Local Environment (2017), 22(6), 784-785

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See detailTracing the place of home. The specificities, policies and dilemmas of Luxembourg’s housing sector
Christmann, Nathalie UL; Hesse, Markus UL; Schulz, Christian UL

in Ballini, Claude; Ecker, Serge; Grünkranz, Daniel (Eds.) et al Tracing Transitions (2017)

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See detailScience oder Fiction
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Article for general public (2016)

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See detailOn borrowed size, flawed urbanisation and emerging enclave spaces
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in European Urban and Regional Studies (2016), 23(4), 612-627

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See detailSuburbia - quo vadis?
Hesse, Markus UL; Mecklenbrauck, Ilka; Polivka, Jan et al

in Informationen zur Raumentwicklung (2016), 2016(3), 533-545

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See detailPeriurban Luxembourg. Definition, Positioning and Discursive Construction of Suburban Spaces at the Border between City and Countryside.
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in Reckinger, Rachel; Wille, Christian; Kmec, Sonja (Eds.) et al Spaces and Identities in Border Regions. Politics – Media – Subjects (2016)

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See detailBe constructive! Situating sustainability research at the nexus of positivism and reflective positionality
Carr, Constance UL; Hesse, Markus UL

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Sustainable development remains a powerful concept across European and global fields of policy-making. Spurred by the all-encompassing threat of climate change, the rhetoric of a great transformation ... [more ▼]

Sustainable development remains a powerful concept across European and global fields of policy-making. Spurred by the all-encompassing threat of climate change, the rhetoric of a great transformation successfully occupies current policy and practice. However, in contrast to the doom and gloom predictions, and in stark contrast to the sheer magnitude of the challenge of dealing with such complex set of problems, recent policy ideas and recipes seem trivial, and overly rationalised and optimistic. With respect to this, there are two interrelated issues that will be explored in this session. First, much of this new rationality of sustainability moults into popular labels such as ‘green’ or ‘smart’ where the city is the primary setting. This search for practical solutions in the city is further buttressed by the ‘sustainability business’ and associated green-washing practices that have emerged, as well as a variety of tools to assess, monitor, evaluate, and certify sustainability initiatives (indicators, metrics, and planning orthodoxies such as density, integrated, or holistic planning) that have become standard practice. Scholars have been active to identify the pitfalls here: Elgert & Krueger (2012) discussed the epistemology of metrics; Wiig (2015) interrogated the corporate strategy of a multi such as IBM behind ‘smart city’; Angelo & Wachsmuth (2015) criticised ‘methodological cityism’ in political ecology; Purcell (2006) showed the limits to localism; Mössner (2013) exposed socio-political limits of green cities. These criticisms highlight that there is something else to explore beyond current notions of sustainability. In this session, we explore further critiques of existing attempts, as well as conceptions of sustainability that embrace more contemporary imaginaries of urban geographies. These include critical reflections on super-optimist projects such as transition towns, or green cities (e.g. localism, methodological city-ism, green-washing in urban marketing), and thoughts on the disparity between the normative of sustainable development and current policy realities (How has this disparity changed? How is it produced? What lays outside the current lens? How has green urbanism changed over time and across places?). The second issue relates to expectations of knowledge proliferation in academia, as research communities are increasingly embedded in contradictory settings, expected to provide results and not problems, to be frank but constructive, and moreover, to be elite, excellent, income-generating as well as critical. In this respect, there is thus good reason to analyse the research-policy nexus, as Woods & Gardner (2011), Pain (2006), and Beaumont et al. (2005) have explored, examine the construction of knowledge claims as Rydin (2007) has explained, and rework some considerations with regards to rationalist modes in sustainable development and emerging sustainability modernities. We thus also want to interrogate the tensions between the construction of positivist sustainability on the one hand, and the position of the critical researcher on the other hand – the treading of the fine line between Dennis Judd’s (2005) claim that urban scholars tend to assume that “everything is always going to hell” (Judd 2005) and Elbert Hubbard’s classical “positive anything is better than negative nothing” (Hawthorne 1902). Concrete questions addressed here are: Who is producing claims to knowledge in practices of sustainable development urbanism? What are the possibilities and limitations for researchers to balance constructive interventionism with realistic limits of sustainable development and all its complexities, messy politics, wicked problems that are observed in human geography? How is it possible to pursue state-led contract work while maintaining critical integrity? What are relevant reflections the ontology, methodology and ethics of applied SD research practice? [less ▲]

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See detailSpaces and Identities in Border Regions. Politics – Media – Subjects
Wille, Christian UL; Reckinger, Rachel UL; Kmec, Sonja UL et al

Book published by transcript (2016)

Spatial and identity research operates with differentiations and relations. These are particularly useful heuristic tools when examining border regions where social and geopolitical demarcations diverge ... [more ▼]

Spatial and identity research operates with differentiations and relations. These are particularly useful heuristic tools when examining border regions where social and geopolitical demarcations diverge. Applying this approach, the authors of this volume investigate spatial and identity constructions in cross-border contexts as they appear in everyday, institutional and media practices. The results are discussed with a keen eye for obliquely aligned spaces and identities and relinked to governmental issues of normalization and subjectivation. The studies base upon empirical surveys conducted in Germany, France, Belgium and Luxembourg. [less ▲]

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See detailSpaces: Approaches and Perspectives of Investigation
Wille, Christian UL; Hesse, Markus UL

in Wille, Christian; Reckinger, Rachel; Kmec, Sonja (Eds.) et al Spaces and Identities in Border Regions. Politics – Media – Subjects (2016)

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See detail“Luxembourg is the Singapore of the West” – Looking Ahead
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in Reckinger, Rachel; Wille, Christian; Kmec, Sonja (Eds.) et al Spaces and Identities in Border Regions. Politics – Media – Subjects (2016)

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See detailGreen Logistics – Improving the Environmental Sustainability of Logistics
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in Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie (2016), 60(1-2), 99-100

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See detailFlughafen und Airea
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in DISP Dokumente und Informationen zur Schweizerischen Orts-, Regional- und Landesplanung (2016), 52(2), 82-83

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