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Thursday, 30. March 2006


Program April 2006


3.4.2006 MONDAY

M1/at 14.00

Diploma presentation in the class

Michael Part

3.4.2006 MONDAY

M1/at 16.00

GUEST LECTURE: Jeff Derksen (Vancouver, Canada)

Title: Globalizing Gentrification (and the ideological software of
neoliberalism)

This talk will outline that ways in which gentrification has became a

global-urban policy and then speculate on how neoliberalism materializes in
cities, and how its cultural logic and its language are embedded into

gentrification.

How did gentrification, as a highly local reality, first identified in a few
major advanced capitalist cities such as London, New York, Paris and Sydney,
become globalized? While the particular experiences of gentrification are
highly varied and unevenly distributed, they spring from diverse local
economies and cultural ensembles and connect in many complicated ways to
wider national and global political economies. Yet gentrification seems to
aim toward a uniformity in urban experience, even as it markets the
historical and geographical particularities of a neighbourhood or area. Can
gentrification now be seen as a form of creative destruction in the urban
territory - creating a new urban economy as it destroys the existing texture
of neighbourhoods? How is neoliberalism, as a sort of ideological software
that creates competition between cities (and plays a larger cultural role),
strengthened the transformative logic and the naturalized language of
gentrification?

Bio note:

Jeff Derksen is a cultural critic and poet who works in Vancouver, Canada at
Simon Fraser University. His critical writings on globalization and culture,
urbanism, and art have been published extensively in North America and
Europe. Derksen is the author of numerous books of poetry including, most
recently, Transnational Muscle Cars. He is a member of international poetry
group, The Social Mark and the urban research group, Urban Subjects.

IN ENGLISH. OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC

4.4-8.4

CLASS TRIP WITH PRESENTATIONS

TEREZIN STADT, USTI NAD LABEM and DRESDEN

10.04-22.04

EASTER HOLIDAYS

24.04. 2006, MONDAY

At 11.00

DIPLOMA: MICHAEL PART

24.04. 2006, MONDAY

AT 16.00PRESENTATION STUDENT WORKS

ERASMUS STUDENTS:

MARIA KACHRAMANOGLU

JEANNE MOYNOT

ARI LUZ

CLASS:

TINA WIMMER

24.04. 2006, MONDAY

At 20.00

Emanuel Danesch: presentation, project at Soho-in-Ottakring

Discussion with Emanuel Danesch and Ula Schneider in charge for the
Soho-in-Ottakring event.

OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC



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