For a limited time only, you can pre-order The Urban Commons Cookbook at a pre-release 10% discount – 20€ instead of 22€ (shipping costs and 7% German VAT included). Offer valid until 5pm CEST on June 8th. Books ship from June 9th onward.
After some delivery delays, the print proofs are finally here! It was an amazing feeling…
The Urban Commons Cookbook is entering the last stage!
The Urban Commons Cookbook is moving forward! We are currently making the final adjustments to the typeset manuscript and graphic design and we’ve settled on a printing option.
St. Nicholas came early and brought me the first copies of Inventing Berlin. 😀 Taking…
At long last: Inventing Berlin is a reality! You can order the eBook or individual…
My newest book, Inventing Berlin, has successfully passed through the review process and the revisions have been accepted. That means it is on schedule to be released in time for the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall! The hardcover and ebook versions will be released in Springer’s Urban Book series this fall.
Ryan Jepson from the University of Vienna has reviewed our book. Read an excerpt and find a link to the full text here.
I’ve uploaded and English-language copy of an article from 2015 about belonging and identity, which I presented in Gdansk at the Smart Metropolia conference. Check out and excerpt here and follow the link at the bottom of the post to download the full article.
Martin Schwegmann and I have tackled urban commons again in our newest article together as part of an event we both took part in in January for the program Actors of Urban Change. Check out the links in this post to download the article and the full publication.
According to my newest article – yes! And the people who get to decide where to put those benches influence our daily life in cities’ public spaces. Check out and excerpt here and follow the link at the bottom of the post to download the full article.