Elective
Fall 2018
ONA Fokushalle E7
Mondays, 4–6 pm

Sessions on TerritoryUrbanism and the Anthropocene

SESSIONS ON TERRITORY is a series of public debates on the political economy of architecture and territory. Focusing on how the epoch of the Anthropocene reframes our conceptions of the urban and shapes new ecologies, the seminar’s objective is to unravel contemporary forces at work in the formation of the built and natural environment, and, as importantly, to spur debates that challenge the status quo. Every intervention by a guest speaker is followed by a panel discussion with invited respondents.

SESSIONS ON TERRITORY is a collaboration between the professorships of Marc Angélil and Milica Topalović.

  1. Climavore: What Is Above IS What Is Below

    Daniel Fernández Pascual and Alon Schwabe, guest lecture

  2. Cairo Desert Cities

    Charlotte Malterre-Barthes

  3. Geographies of Ecological Surplus

    Nikos Katsikis, guest lecture

  4. Reassembling the Natural

    Anna-Sophie Springer, guest lecture

  5. Water Works

    Eva Pfannes and Sylvain Hartenberg, guest lecture