Dr. Emily Bereskin

Akademischer Werdegang

Seit 6/2019: Projektkoordinatorin und Postdoktorandin, Governing the Narcotic City. Imaginaries, Practices and Discourses of Public Drug Cultures in European Cities from 1970 until today. (HERA JRP/Horizon 2020). Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut (KWI), Essen.

1/2018–5/2019: Postdoktorandin, MODSCAPES: Modernist Reinvention of the Rural Landscape (EU-HERA). Technische Universität Berlin, Habitat Unit — Chair of International Urbanism and Design; Université libre de Bruxelles, Faculty of Architecture La Cambre Horta.

Seit 4/2017: Dozentin, Technische Universität Berlin, M.A. Urban Management.

Since 1/2014: Dozentin, Norwich University CityLab, Berlin.

9/2012—10/2015: Postdoktorandin, International Graduate Research Program, Berlin – New York – Toronto. The World in the City: Metropolitanism and Globalization from the Nineteenth Century to the Present (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft). Technische Universität Berlin, Center for Metropolitan Studies.

9/2012—10/2013: Dozentin, Northeastern University, Berlin.

5/2012: Doctor of Philosophy and History of Art, Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania.

5/2007: Master of Arts, History of Art, Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania.

5/2003: Bachelor of Arts, History of Art, University of Pennsylvania.


Forschungsschwerpunkte

Stadtpolitik und Stadtentwicklung

Heritage und Tourismus

Konflikt und Raum


Publikationen

Manuskript: Shared Space in Divided Cities: Staging the Built Environment for Peace (in Arbeit).

“Modern Rural Landscapes in Contemporary Heritage Imaginaries,” mit Marta Prista, Martti Veldi und Nora Lombardi, in Modernist Reinventions of the Rural Landscape, Simon Bell, Vittoria Capresi, Axel Fischer, Cristina Pallini und Helena Maia, Hrsg. (London: Routledge, i. E. 2019).

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: Technische Universität Berlin in Kooperation mit der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Internationale Zussamenarbeit, 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,” in New Diversities Special Issue: The Infrastructures of Diversity: Materiality and Culture in Urban Space, vol. 17, no. 2, 2016.