Session | The Normalcy of Urban Neoliberalism and its Limits

Three Sessions at the AAG-Meeting in New York, February 28

Orga­ni­zer: Anne Vogelp­ohl — Goe­the Uni­ver­sity Frank­furt (Main)

I: Con­cepts of Nor­ma­liza­tion
Chair: Robert Puetz

II: Pra­xes of Nor­ma­liza­tion
Chair: Susanne Heeg — Goe­the University

III: The Role of Cri­ses
Chair: Felix Silomon-Pflug — Depart­ment of Human Geo­gra­phy, Goe­the University

I: Con­cepts of Nor­ma­liza­tion
Chair: Robert Puetz

8:00 AM Felix Silomon-Pflug — Depart­ment of Human Geo­gra­phy, Goe­the Uni­ver­sity: Re-ordering the city in an entre­pre­neu­rial way — New Public Manage­ment in Frank­furt am Main, Ger­many
8:20 AM Niko­lai Ros­kamm — TU Ber­lin: Urba­nism and poli­ti­cal theory: explo­ring a dif­fi­cult rela­ti­onship
8:40 AM Helen Car­ter — Aal­borg Uni­ver­sity: Moving Beyond the Com­pe­ti­tive Dis­course in Den­mark
9:00 AM Jon Loit — Insti­tute for Hou­sing and Urban Rese­arch, Upp­sala uni­ver­sity: Urban plan­ning as the pro­blem or solu­tion for the divi­ded city?
9:20 AM Mathias Rodatz — Depart­ment of Human Geo­gra­phy, Goethe-University Frank­furt: Migra­tion and Urban Order in the Neo­li­be­ral City

II: Pra­xes of Nor­ma­liza­tion
Chair: Susanne Heeg — Goe­the University

10:00 AM Laura Cal­bet Elias — Tech­ni­cal Uni­ver­sity Ber­lin: Spe­cu­la­tion and Urban Trans­for­ma­tion
10:20 AM Paolo Nardi, PhD — Poli­tec­nico di Milano & CERTeT-Università Boc­coni: Sub­si­dia­rity as para­digm for mana­ging urban public spaces and infra­struc­ture in the livable city. Evi­dence from Ita­lian cases.
10:40 AM Erin DeMuynck — Uni­ver­sity of Illi­nois: The Co-production of Far­mers‹ Mar­kets and Neo­li­be­ral Urba­nism in Small Cities: Rep­re­sen­ta­ti­ons, Prac­tices, and Pos­si­bi­li­ties
11:00 AM Chris­tian Schwe­des — Goethe-University Frank­furt (Main), Depart­ment of Human Geo­gra­phy: Con­tin­gent sto­ries of suc­cess — Busi­ness Impro­ve­ment Districts as mobile neo­li­be­ral poli­cies assem­bled in Alba­nia and Germany

III: The Role of Cri­ses
Chair: Felix Silomon-Pflug — Depart­ment of Human Geo­gra­phy, Goe­the University

2:00 PM Sebas­tian Schip­per — Goethe-University Frank­furt, Ger­many: »Not the mar­ket has fai­led, but the state« — The hege­mony of urban neo­li­be­ra­lism in the case of Frank­furt am Main during the cri­sis 2008–2010
2:20 PM Stijn Oos­ter­lynck — Uni­ver­sity of Ant­werp: The moving map of the glo­bal finan­cial cri­sis: a com­pa­ra­tive ana­ly­sis of four Euro­pean cities
2:40 PM Matthew Ander­son — Uni­ver­sity of Illi­nois at Urbana-Champaign: The Revi­sio­nist Neo­li­be­ral City: From Overt to Covert Revanchism

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