Dr. Emily Bereskin

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Dr. Emily Bereskin
Akademische Mitarbeiterin Fachgebiet Stadtplanung

Konrad-Wachsmann-Allee 4
03046 Cottbus
LG 2B, R. 1.16  

Tel.   +49 355 - 69 2075
Fax.  +49 355 - 69 3046

bereskin(at)b-tu.de

2019 – 2020Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin und Projektkoordinatorin, Governing the Narcotic City: Imaginaries, Practices, and Discourses of Public Drug Cultures from 1970 until Today
Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen
2018 – 2019Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, MODSCAPES: Modernist Reinvention of the Rural Landscape (EU-HERA).
Technische Universität Berlin, Habitat Unit – Chair of International Urbanism and Design
Université libre de Bruxelles, Fakultät für Architektur La Cambre Horta
2017 – 2019Dozentin; City Profiles and Indicator Systems
Technische Universität Berlin, Urban Management Masters Programm
2017Dozentin; Integrated Urban Management Project: Sustainable Models of Heritage Conservation and Revitalization
Technische Universität Berlin, Urban Management Masters Programm
2014 – heuteDozentin, Architekturgeschichte, Stadtpolitik und Theorie
Norwich University CityLab Berlin
2012 – 2015DFG Postdoctoral Research Fellow, International Graduate Research Program, Berlin - New York – Toronto The World in the City: Metropolitanism and Globalization from the Nineteenth Century until the Present
Technische Universität Berlin, Center for Metropolitan Studies
2012 – 2013Teaching Fellow, Architekturgeschichte
Northeastern University Berlin
2012Promotionsabschluss. Doktor der Philosophie, Kunstgeschichte, Bryn Mawr College
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, USA
2007Master of Arts, Kunstgeschichte, Bryn Mawr College
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, United States.
2006 – 2007 Teaching Assistant, Architektur der Moderne; Planung und historischer Urbanismus
Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, United States
2005Beginn der Masters/PhD programme. Kunstgeschichte, Bryn Mawr College
1993 – 2003Studium (Bachelor of Arts), Kunstgeschichte, University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.
  • Manuskript: Shared Space in Divided Cities: Staging the Built Environment for Peace (in Arbeit).
     
  • “The Reconceptualisation of Modernist Structures in post-Socialist Rural Landscapes,” with Christoph Muth. DOCOMOMO Online/The Owl. (Forthcoming 2020).
     
  • “Modern Rural Landscapes in Contemporary Heritage Imaginaries: The Case of Germany’s Southern Oderbruch” Modernism, Modernisation, and the Rural Landscape. Modscapes and Baltic Landscape Forum 2018 Conference Proceedings (2018).
     
  • “The Rural Transition: Analyzing the Development of Landscape Before and After German Reunification in 1990” mit Christoph Muth und Vittoria Capresi. Modernism, Modernisation, and the Rural Landscape. Modscapes and Baltic Landscape Forum 2018 Conference Proceedings (2018).
     
  • Sustainable Models of Heritage Conservation and Revitalization: A Proposal for the Historic Villages of Vuno and Qeparo, Albania. Emily Bereskin und Christian Haid, Hrsg. (Berlin: Technical University Berlin in Verbindung mit der Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, 2018).
     
  • “Tourism Provision as Protest in the ‘Post-conflict City’” in Protest and Resistance in the Tourist City, Johannes Novy und Claire Colomb, Hrsg. (London: Routledge/Taylor and Francis) 2016. 
     
  • “Infrastructures of Juncture: Separation Barriers and Intercommunal Contact in Belfast and Nicosia” New Diversities Special Issue: The Infrastructures of Diversity: Materiality and Culture in Urban Space. vol. 17 no. 2, 2016.
     
  • “Sinking or Surfacing? Belfast´s Titanic Comeback” Buchbesprechung: Relaunching Titanic: Memory and Marketing in the New Belfast, Hrsg. William J.V. Neill und Berna Grist (London: Routledge, 2014). Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal vol. 8 no. 3 Spring 2015.
     
  • “Staging the Post-conflict City: Tourism, Urban Change, and Symbolic Contestation in Belfast, Northern Ireland.” PhD diss., Bryn Mawr College, ProQuest Depository, 2012.
     
  • “Urban Space and Group Identity during the Funeral Rites of Lech Kaczynski” European City/Evropské Město (Online: 2010).
  • “Conflict Tourism and Peacebuilding: Reflections from Research in Berlin, Belfast, and Nicosia”
    Rewriting the Map: Literature and Urbanism in Divided Cities
    Literarisches Colloquium Berlin; Berlin, Deutschland; Juli 25-27, 2019.
     
  • “The Reconceptualization of Modernist Structures and Planning Principles in Post-Socialist Rural Regions” mit Christoph Muth
    The 16th DOCOMOMO Germany / 3rd RMB Conference ”100 years Bauhaus: Which interest do we take in Modern Movement today?”
    Berlin, Deutschland; März 1, 2019.
     
  • “Modernist Reinventions of the Rural Landscape”
    Neue Felder, Neue Dörfer: Praxis und Ästhetik einer post-sozialistischen Landschaft
    Libken Denk und Produktions Ort; Gerswalde, Deutschland; September 13-16, 2018.
     
  • “Memorials and Commemorative Languages in East and West Berlin”
    CIEE Berlin Global Institute
    Berlin, Deutschland, Juli 17.
     
  • “Modern Rural Landscapes in Contemporary Heritage Imaginaries: The Case of Germany’s Southern Oderbruch”
    Modernism, Modernisation, and the Rural Landscape; Modscapes and Baltic Landscape Forum 2018
    Estonian National Museum; Tartu, Estland; Juni 11-13, 2018.
     
  • “The Rural Transition: Analyzing the Development of Landscape Before and After German Reunification in 1990” mit Christoph Muth und Vittoria Capresi
    Modernism, Modernisation, and the Rural Landscape; Modscapes and Baltic Landscape Forum 2018
    Estonian National Museum; Tartu, Estland; Juni 11-13, 2018.
     
  • “Contestation and Planning at Tempelhof Airport”
    Concord Academy
    Berlin, Deutschland: Mai 21, 2017.
     
  • “Shared Space in Divided Cities”
    Integrated Urbanism and Sustainable Design; Universität Stuttgart
    Stuttgart, Deutschland; Januar 18, 2017.
     
  • “Divided Cities: Case Studies in Planning and Policy from Northern Ireland and Cyprus”
    Technische Universität Berlin Urban Management
    Berlin, Deutschland; November 21, 2016.
     
  • “Beyond Preservation: An Argument for Social Engagement in Post-conflict Heritage Practice”
    Roundtable: Cities, Preservation, and Violence
    Fourth International Conference of the European Architectural History Network
    Dublin, Irland; Juni 2-4, 2016.
     
  • “Infrastructures of Division, Infrastructure of Juncture: Separation Barriers and Intercommunal Contact in Belfast and Nicosia”
    The Infrastructures of Diversity: Materiality and Culture in Urban Space
    Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity; Göttingen, Deutschland; Juli 9-10, 2015.
     
  • “Tourism Provision as Protest in Post-conflict Belfast”
    Protest and Resistance in the Tourist City
    Berlin, Deutschland; November 27-30, 2014.
     
  • “Transforming Temporal Strategies of Conflict Transformation: Manipulating Memory as an Instrument of Peacebuilding in Cyprus”
    Questioning the Temporalities of Metropolitan Memory
    Technische Universität Berlin; Deutschland; November 19, 2014.
     
  • “Animating Heritage Practices as a Peacebuilding Mechanism”
    Work in Public
    Decad Gallery; Berlin, Deutschland; Oktober 25, 2014.
     
  • “The Bauhaus and ‘das Neue Wohnen’ in Weimar Berlin”
    The Global Scholars Program Summer Research Workshop: Contemporary Cities of Eurasia: Berlin, Moscow, Ulan Bator, Beijing,
    Berlin, Deutschland; Juni 16, 2014.
     
  • “Revealing Heritage in a Divided City: Urban Exploration and Conflict Narratives in Nicosia, Cyprus”
    Critical Ethnographies of Heritage in the Mediterranean; 5th Annual Ethnography and Qualitative Research Conference
    University Bergamo; Bergamo, Italien; Juni 5-7, 2014.
     
  • “Placemaking and Conflict Transformation in Nicosia, Cyprus”
    On the Frontiers of Place-Making
    Graduate Center CUNY; New York, USA; April 4, 2014.
     
  • “Urban Development and Civic Identity in Nicosia, Cyprus”
    Reconstruction and Reconciliation, Critical Legal Studies
    Queens University; Belfast, Northern Iriland; September 5-7, 2013.
     
  • “Tourism as an Activist Strategy in Northern Ireland”
    Urban-Activism-Scholarship: Global Discourses in Local Historical and Contemporary Contexts.
    First Annual IGK Conference. Technische Universität; Berlin, Deutschland; November 2-3, 2012.
     
  • “Cultural Expressions in Belfast: 1998 – 2011”
    Denkstadt Lecture Series
    Center for Metropolitan Studies, Technische Universität; Berlin, Deutschland; September 15, 2011.
     
  • “Tourism and the Built Environment in Post-conflict Cities: A Study of Belfast, Berlin and Beirut” 
    Transatlantic Perspectives on the Metropolis; 3rd Annual TGK Conference
    Technische Universität; Berlin, Deutschland; Juni 17-18, 2010.
     
  • “Ethnicity and Public Art in the Symbolic Landscape”
    Ethnicity and the City Research Conference Bratislava/Vienna
    The Multicultural Center Prague; Bratislava, Slowakei; Mai 14-18, 2010.
     
  • “Reflections on Urban Space and Group Identity during the Funeral Rites of Lech Kaczynski”
    Ethnicity and the City Research Conference Ostrava/Krakow
    The Multicultural Center Prague; Krakow, Polen; April 16-21, 2010.
     
  • “Transitional Spaces in Northern Ireland: The Reframing and Recentering of Political Murals in Belfast”
    Interstices: Carving and Painting Urban Environments Centro em Rede de Investigação em Antropologia;
    Lisbon, Portugal; Juli 9-11, 2009.
     
  • “Thanatourism and the Transformation of Visual Culture in Northern Ireland”
    To the Ends of the Earth: Journeys Ancient and Modern; Graduate Group Symposium Bryn Mawr College;
    Bryn Mawr, USA; Oktober 12-13, 2007.
     
  • “Sporting Spaces: The 2006 FIFA World Cup and Berlin’s Public Sphere”
    Public Space Symposium
    Bryn Mawr College; Bryn Mawr, USA; April 15, 2007.

 

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