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Social Science-based Spatial Research

IRS research is focused on the spatial aspects and contexts of social action. In doing so, spatial phenomena are explored in terms of both processual and historical dimensions. As to processes, the social construction of spaces is of particular interest. Three conceptual pairs serve as a linkage between action-oriented and social constructivist approaches: Knowledge and Innovation; crisis and resilience and institutions and governance.





IRS Seminar with Dr. Rainer Kazig and Ivo Hindriks on July 12th, 2016 (07/2016)
Statements on coworking spaces and creative work

On Tuesday, July 12th 2016 from 3:30 to 5:30 pm, the IRS hosts an IRS Seminar with statement from Dr. Rainer Kazig (École d’Architecture de Grenoble Laboratoire CRESSON, France) and Ivo Hindriks (University of Nijmegen, Netherlands). The statements of the guest lecturers are titled: "Atmospheres: a resource to stimulate creative work" (Rainer Kazig) und "More than an urban hype? Coworking in non-core areas" (Ivo Hindriks).

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IRS participates in the Leibniz DAAD Research Fellowship Programme (02/2016)
Applications can be submitted until March 9

The Leibniz-DAAD Research Fellowship programme is jointly carried out by the Leibniz Association (Wissenschaftsgemeinschaft Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz e.V.) and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). Leibniz-DAAD fellowships offer highly-qualified,international postdoctoral researchers, who have recently completed their doctoral studies, the opportunity to conduct research at a Leibniz Institute of their choice in Germany. The IRS is participating in the programme and will be available as a hosting organisation.

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"Expulsions: A Category for our Age IRS" - International Lecture with Saskia Sassen (01/2016)
February 16 at IRS

On Februar 16 (2 to 4 PM) Prof. Saskia Sassen will give a lecture as a part of the series "IRS International Lecture on Society and Space". In her lecture she will depict her newly released book „Expulsions: Brutality and Complexity in the Global Economy“. Prof. Margit Mayer (associated Professor at Centre of Metropolitan Studies at TU Berlin) will be commenting on the lecture.

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