Courses and Thesis Supervision
The courses that I coordinate or participate in as part of a team of lecturers cover BSc and MSc levels and various themes and approaches. They range from planning theory and ethics to research methodology, to the integration of skills and insights in 'the Atelier Landscape Architecture and Planning'. I take a special interest in discourse analysis, the performativity of concepts, and transdisciplinary approaches.
I supervise students working on topics related to place-making and public policy, the role of knowledge, conflict and participation, civic initiatives and democracy. My current focus is on the politics of participation in public space and urban cultures.
|CPT-36806||Critical Reflection on Research in International Development Practice|
|CPT-56306||Analysing Discourse: Theories, Methods and Techniques|
|CPT-32806||Change, Inter-human Processes and Communication|
|CPT-25306||Research Methods for Communication Sciences|
|LUP-24306||Concepts and Approaches in Planning Practices|