What was the delectation with a fantasy past now turns out to look more like the construction of a Utopian future. Fredric Jameson

June 17, 2016, Shanghai, Tongji University, CAUP College of Architecture and Urban Planning
─ Critics, Final Reviews
Final Reviews of Urban Design Master Dual Degree students; cooperation between Technical University Berlin and Tongji University Shanghai

May 25, 2016, Berlin, Park am Gleisdreieck
─ City Walk, Berlin’s Contemporary Urban Development in the Face of (Post)Democracy
Guided City Walk within the framework of the International Conference ‚Common Room – Architecture, Democracy and Emotions since 1945′ – organised by Max Planck Institute of Human Development
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April 7, 2016, Berlin, Deutscher Städte- und Gemeindebund
─ Workshop, Raumpioniere beleben schrumpfende Regionen
Workshop within the framework of the research project ‚Urbane Resilienz und neue Gemeinschaftlichkeit‘  – conducted by Global Ecovillage Network of Europe and European Business Council for Sustainable Energy
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March 18, 2016, London, LSE London School of Economics and Political Science
─ Workshop Supervision, NYLON International Research Network Conference
Urban Temporalities (with Natalia Besedovsky, Fritz-Julius Grafe & Hanna Hilbrandt)
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January 28 – 29, 2016, Berlin, ExRotaprint
─ Workshop, Zukunftsplattform
BBSR Research Project: Kreativ aus der Krise – Neue Optionen für schrumpfende Städte
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November 28, 2015, Berlin, ANCB – The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory
─ Debate, International Expert Workshop
Mobilising the Periphery – #2 China: The New Habitat
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November 15, 2015, Berlin
─ Articlesub\urban. zeitschrift für kritische stadtforschung
 ‚Make-Shift-Urbanismus‘ in den Zeiten einer ‚Absoluten Gegenwart’? Auf den Spuren städtischer Praktiken um das Ostkreuz in Berlin – In Bd. 3, Heft 3 (with Nina Gribat & Mario Schulze; photographs by Anna Blattner)
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November 7, 2015, Huangyan, Taizhou China
─ Lecture, International Symposium
Huangyan Symposium: Sino-German Rural Settlements Sustainable Development 2015, organised by Department of Urban Planning (DUP), Tongji University Shanghai (with Philipp Misselwitz)

October 20, 2015, Rotterdam
─ Article, MONU Magazine on Urbanism
‚Make City‘ in Times of an ‚Absolute Present’? Exploring alternative urban practices at Ostkreuz, Berlin – In #23 Participatory Urbanism (with Nina Gribat & Mario Schulze; photographs by Anna Blattner)
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October 12 – 14, 2015, Lausanne, EPFL – Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
─ Lecture, International PhD Symposium
The Horizontal Metropolis: A Radical Project
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August 24 – 27, 2015, Prague, Czech Technical University
─ Lecture, International PhD Summer School
Winners and losers: Why are the effects of regional policy so different? – Funded by ARL, Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung
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June 27, 2015, Berlin, ://about blank
City Walk, B-Tour Festival Berlin – Leipzig
Ostkreuz – In Search for a collective Future? – In collaboration with Nina Gribat & Mario Schulze
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June 18, 2015, Berlin, ://about blank
─ City Walk, Event Series Absolute Gegenwart
Stadträumliche und architektonische Praktiken der Absoluten Gegenwart. Eine Spurensuche rund um das Ostkreuz – In collaboration with Nina Gribat & Mario Schulze
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June 12 – August 9, 2015, Dessau, Bauhaus Masterhouses, Study Space in Muche House
─ Exhibition, Haushaltsmesse 2015
Results of conducted workshop together with students of the Design Studio „Off the Grid“ (SS 14) at Habitat Unit, TU Berlin and from Cologne Institute for Architectural Design, CIAD
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June 11, 2015, Essen, Zeche Zollverein
─ Lecture, International Conference
Polycentric City Regions in Transformation – The Agglomeration Ruhr in international Perspective
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Hannes Langguth is a researcher and doctoral candidate at Habitat Unit, Department of International Urbanism and Design at the Technical University Berlin working at the interface between urban-regional theory, planning and sociology. His research interests lie in the areas of extended urbanisation processes and rural-urban transformation; social movements and their impact on urban-regional development; and participatory urban-regional planning and politics. Hannes is member of NYLON Berlin/Einstein Research Group – an international PhD research network (New York University–London School of Economics–Humboldt University Berlin) based at the Georg-Simmel Center for Metropolitan Studies. He studied Architecture at the Technical University Braunschweig and the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna.

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