Surely, the city must be more than a combination of “The Great Gatsby,” “Racing Extinction,” and “The Wolf of Wall Street.”
To start with a confession: I have never been exceedingly rigorous at separating the scholar from my remaining personality. Come to think of it, I find it difficult to name a vacation trip without puzzles over spatial patterns or transformational practices. Personal experiences and notions of what just transformations could look like have always shaped my academic interests. I feel especially drawn to the entanglements between urban and capitalist space, socio-ecological alternatives to corporate food regimes, or compatibilities of degrowth and environmental justice. Being a lover of both geography and the outdoors, however, geoecology, climate, and vegetation will always fascinate me too.
Living in Common? Political and Social Ecologies of Cooperative Housing Practices in grown quarters of Munich and Vienna
Political and Social Ecologies of Cooperative Housing Practices in Munich and Vienna