HIAS is hosting an Urban Roundtable, led by Matthew Gandy, bringing together leading scholars and practitioners from Hamburg working on different facets of urbanization.
Themes under discussion include both thematic and methodological challenges for urban research and also the precise role of Hamburg itself as a hub for innovative urban thinking.
- Prof. Matthew Gandy, Geography, University of Cambridge and Fellow 2021/2022 of Universität Hamburg
- Sonja Gräber-Magocsi, PhD, Academic Coordination HIAS
- Christoph Gottschalk, CEO The New Institute
- Prof. Dr. Thomas Großbölting, Director of the Research Center for Contemporary History in Hamburg (FZH)
- Prof. Dr. Monika Grubbauer, History and Theory of the City, HafenCity Universität Hamburg
- Dr. Anna Hofmann, Program Director Research and Scholarship, ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius
- Klaus Hoppe, Office for Nature Conservation, Green Planning and Soil Protection (BUKEA), Hamburg
- Dr. Wilhelm Krull, Founding Director The New Institute
- Prof. Dr. Jürgen Oßenbrügge, Economy Geography at Universität Hamburg
- Prof. Dr. Sabine Panzram, Ancient History, Universität Hamburg
- Dr. Cornelia Peters, Office for Nature Conservation, Green Planning and Soil Protection (BUKEA), Hamburg
- Dr. Dorothea Rüland, Secretary General HIAS
- Barbara Sheldon, Head of Research and Fellow Management, The New Institute
- Prof. Dr. Anne Vogelpohl, Department of Social Work, HAW Hamburg