Dr. Mary Dellenbaugh-Losse
Good ideas for better cities.
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Project Type: Articles & Chapters
Article: Actors of Urban Change from an Urban Commons Perspective
Paper: The Physical and Social Normative Properties of Street Furniture
Paper: ‘But now Everywhere is the West:’ Cultural Identity in East Berlin after 1989.
Article: The creation of consensus through spatial appropriation: Normalization of western hegemony in the built environment
Chapter: Seizing the (every)day: Welcome to the urban commons!
Paper: Two national narratives, one urban historiography: Expression of memory and identity in Berlin’s central district Mitte after German reunification
Paper: The inter-dependency of image and material space: The role of discourse in neighborhood development. Examples from Berlin.
Chapter: Designing in Shrinking Cities – The Case of Eastern Germany
Chapter: Die Stigmatisierung Berlin-Marzahns als Ausdruck kulturelle Hegemonie des Westens im vereinten Deutschland
Article: (Re)Presentation of “the” Past after German Reunification in Berlin-Mitte, and its Implications for Cultural Production through Appropriation of Space