Public health crisis and urban planning
Towards more inclusive, responsive, and sustainable urban spaces?
Disruptions caused by COVID-19 pandemic in everyday lives has led praxis and academia to seek an in-depth understanding of the pivotal role architecture and built environment play in physical and mental wellbeing. Dr. Anshika Suri recently presented some socio-spatial measures for responsive and healthy built spaces for the most vulnerable social groups at the conferences that emphasized the importance of healthy and inclusive living spaces.
Creating Urban Identity: The Place of Tradition and Modernisation in Urban Development Strategies
Lecture by Dr. Nebojša Čamprag at Belgrade University, Serbia
On December 8th, Dr. Nebojša Čamprag was invited to give a lecture on the processes of creating genius loci and urban image-making through strategic planning at the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture, Serbia.
Research poster presented at 2021 HMWK conference
Commemorating 25 years of Research Focus on Women and Gender Studies in Hessen
Maylin Yuka's research “A Case Study of Metro Entrance ‘Münchener Straße’: Urban Design Exploration to Access Transport Hubs” presented at the conference “Staying with the Trouble – 25 years of research on women and gender studies in Hesse”.
UML @ Tag der Forschung
Promoting research in Architecture
Conference on Gender Equality and Diversity in Design 2021
See the norm with different pair of eyes
Gender equality and Diversity in Design
Keynote lecture by Dr. Anshika Suri at the Schader Foundation
Do we need an ethical code in design for gender equity and inclusivity? In Architecture? In the Media? In AI research and robotics? Social sciences?
UML signed a contract with Springer Nature
The new edited volume titled “Rethinking Urban Transformations: A New Paradigm for Inclusive Cities” is comming up
Our members, Nebojša Čamprag, Lauren Ugur and Anshika Suri signed a contract with the publisher Springer Nature Switzerland AG for the forthcoming book in the book series Diversity and Inclusion Research
Interdisiplinary Research and Writing in Architecture
Webinar by Dr. Anshika Suri
On Friday, August 27th, 2021, Dr. Anshika Suri provided a webinar on academic research in architecture with the example of gender studies for the students of Marathwada Mitra Mandal's College of Architecture in Pune, India. Dr. Suri discussed gender studies as part of research in architecture through the presentation of her PhD work.
“Urban Transitions and Regeneration– The Politics of Policy-making”
Habilitation thesis by Nebojša Čamprag published by TUprints
In the focus of this cumulative habilitation thesis is the phenomenon of urban regeneration, perceived as a consequence of socioeconomic and political transitions. The thesis is composed of one book chapter and four peer-reviewed academic papers, written and published in the period between 2014 and 2019.
Anshika Suri's paper on “Gender Inequality Through The Lens Of Infrastructural Inadequacy” published
Investigating Gender Inequality through the lens of infrastructural inadequacy: A case study of dar es Salaam and Nairobi
The paper written by Anshika Suri was published 2020 in the book “MORE – Expanding architecture frome a gender-based perspective”. Her work addresses the issue of gender inequality when it comes to accessibility of sanitary infrastructure. Her research claims that there is a need to examine injustice against women through infrastructural inadequacy by analysing the complexities, intricacies, and diversity of embodied and lived experiences of women.