Podcast "breaking paradigms"

A podcast where we talk about global perspectives on spatial planning in practice and theory

The podcast “breaking paradigms” is a collaborative effort of Constanze Frech and Sarah Kusché. It focuses on all things spatial planning, especially regarding knowledge transfer and non-European practices and theories. Every 30-minute episode centers around a different topic and should give insights and perspectives on both theory and practice. Our goal is to be educational for those still studying and already in the professional field. We seek to collaborate with experts in their respective fields from all continents and build a platform to exchange niche subjects and start a conversation.

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Live: Markets & the city

Eat the city

This episode is all about markets, how they influence the city, and how cities influence markets. With our contributions by Abel (ETH), Belen (ARG), Cody (CND), Coline (FRA), Leda (ARG), Nahir (ARG), and Sofi (ARG) we will look at how markets exist on different continents and see their differences and similarities. We'll discuss all things markets and hope to start a conversation with you!

Erschienen: 18.11.2020
Dauer: 00:58:31

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "Live: Markets & the city"

Live: Eat the city - Food in urban spaces

What roles does food play in urban spaces?

We discussed all things food and public urban space and hope to start a conversation with you!

Erschienen: 15.10.2020
Dauer: 00:31:10

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "Live: Eat the city - Food in urban spaces"

Live: Science Communication - Quo Vadis?

To wrap up “curriculum extended” we are taking a stern look at science communication. We talk about our experiences and the effects in spatial planning.

Erschienen: 29.07.2020
Dauer: 01:19:02

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "Live: Science Communication - Quo Vadis?"

Forgotten Cities - Great Zimbabwe

An episode about historical sites, which are rarely known - forgotten cities.

In this episode we talk about historical sites, which are rarely known - forgotten cities. We take a closer look at Great Zimbabwe, one of the most globally significant archaeological sites in Africa.

Erschienen: 20.07.2020
Dauer: 00:15:19

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "Forgotten Cities - Great Zimbabwe"

Vernacular Architecture

In this episode we talk about vernacular architecture around the world. We talked with Bouchra Idrissi of the Africa Innovation Network about the definitions, advantages and challenges of vernacular architecture.

Erschienen: 29.06.2020
Dauer: 00:19:27

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "Vernacular Architecture"

(Dis)Advantage of Property

In this episode we talk about property, property rights and land tenure. We looked at different land tenure systems in various countries and the influence on property rights.

Erschienen: 15.06.2020
Dauer: 00:18:45

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "(Dis)Advantage of Property"

Refugee Camps

permanent temporary structures

In this episode we talk about refugees and the spatial challenges about them.

Erschienen: 02.06.2020
Dauer: 00:27:07

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "Refugee Camps"

Urban Climate Strategies

a policy approach to climate challenges

This episode focusses on climate change mitigation and adaptation from a policy perspective, including UNFCCC and UN-Habitat policies and documents.

Erschienen: 18.05.2020
Dauer: 00:20:58

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "Urban Climate Strategies"

Walkable City

testing your city

This episode focusses on the walkability of cities around the globe. We give you a small test to check your city, look at the history of the concept with Jane Jacobs and share some perspectives on Shanghai, Shenzhen as well as a bit of a critical look.

Erschienen: 04.05.2020
Dauer: 00:15:49

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "Walkable City"

Car and the City

a discussion of the automotive city

In this episode we talk about the car and the city. We talk about the concept of the automotive city (autogerechte Stadt) and how this approach shaped and shapes our cities.

Erschienen: 20.04.2020
Dauer: 00:26:14

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "Car and the City"

Podcast "breaking paradigms"