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Prof. Dr. Hörschelmann

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Biographie

Laufende Projekte

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Publikationen


Biographie

2015 - 2020:   Research Associate, Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography Leipzig (FRG), Department of Theory, Methods and History of Geography, Research Area: Productions of Space: State and Society (till 2018); Research Group: Geographies of Belonging and Difference (since 2019)

2018 - 2019:   Acting Chair in Social Geography (W2), Institute for Geography, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (FRG)

2011 - 2015:   Senior Lecturer, Department of Geography, University of Durham (UK)

2013 - 2014:   Guest Researcher, Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography Leipzig (FRG)

2004 - 2011:   Lecturer B, Department of Geography, University of Durham (UK)

1999 - 2004:   Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, School of Geography, University of Plymouth (UK)

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Laufende Projekte

The everyday experiences of young asylum seekers and refugees in public space (2019-2022) - Link zur Website
(funded by HERA-Humanities in the Eurpean Research Area)
 
In this project we explore the issue of refugee youth, public space and integration in Europe. We answer questions about the role that arts and cultural initiatives play in the lives of refugee youth and their engagements with public space. We also focus on refugee youth’s stories of home-making, their interaction with arrival structures and their negotiations of inclusion and exclusion in public spaces. In doing so, we consider refugee youth’s migration histories as well as new spaces for urban citizenship, how these emerge in the city and the role these play in European integration.
 
Nature-based Urban Innovation (2016-2021) - Link zur Website
(funded by the European Commission/Horizon2020)
 
NATURVATION assesses what nature-based solutions can achieve in cities. Working in partnership with city governments, non-governmental organisations and business, we examine how innovation is taking place, and work with communities and stakeholders to develop the knowledge and tools required to realise the potential of nature-based solutions for meeting urban sustainability goals. Within the NATURVATION project, Prof. Hörschelmann’s research team has concentrated on examining the engagement of diverse communities in planning and implementing NBS projects, exploring their potential for inclusive citizenship. The team has further investigated cultural values of urban nature and contributed their insights to the development of the Urban Nature Navigator, which supports municipalities in assessing and planning for nature-based solutions.
 
Re-Collect/Remind: Crossing the East-West divides through memories of Cold War childhood experiences (2019-2022) - Link zur Website
(funded by the KONE Foundation)
 
This collaborative, international and interdisciplinary project creates dialogues among people divided by multiple borders – geopolitical, economic, generational and cultural – inherited from and reordered after the Cold War. It builds an anarchive of memories that continually recreates itself, inciting experimentation, responding to continuously changing experiences of the communities, and fostering multiple, even panoramic viewpoints about diverse identities, cultures, and histories as experienced during and after the Cold War. The project draws on the research traditions of autobiography, autoethnography, and collective biography, as well as art representations of childhood memories through visual arts, performance art, including drama, and traveling exhibitions.
 
Re-making the European: nationalism, xenoracism and regional identities of mobile East-Central Europeans, University of Glasgow and Liverpool University (UK)  (2019-2020) -  Link zur Website
(funded by the Carnegie Trust)
 
This project explores how Brexit is shaping spatial identities (sub-national, national and European) and altering everyday spatial practices of Polish nationals living in urban and rural Scotland. It aims to generate new knowledge about how migrant identities and practices are shaped by political instability using Polish migration to Scotland as a case study. It examines how the geopolitics and discourse of Brexit are co-constituted with the local, intimate and private subjectivities of individuals.
 

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Critical and Feminist Security Studies
  • Citizenship and Participation in Relation to (Geo)Political Space
  • Geographies of Childhood and Youth
  • Social and Cultural Change in Postsocialist Societies
  • Cultural Geographies of Migration and Social Transformation
  • Emotional Geographies

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Publikationen

Monographien

Hörschelmann, K and van Blerk, L (2011) Children, Youth and the City (Routledge)

Edited Collections


Harker, C, Hörschelmann, K and Skelton, T (Eds.) (2017) Conflict, Violence and Peace. Geographies of Children and Young People, Vol. 11 (Springer)

Burrell, K and Hörschelmann, K (Eds.) (2014) Mobilities in Socialist and Post-Socialist States: Societies on the Move (Palgrave Macmillan)

Hörschelmann, K and Colls, R (Eds.) (2009) Contested Bodies of Childhood and Youth (Palgrave)

Harutyunyan, A, Miles, M and Hörschelmann, K (Eds.) (2009) Public Spheres after Socialism, (Intellect Books)

van Hoven, B and Hörschelmann, K (Eds.) (2005) Spaces of Masculinities, (Routledge)

Collaborative Book Project

Van Hoven, B (Ed.) (2005) Lives in Transition (Pearson)

Edited Special Issues

‘Peripheral visions: Security by, and for, whom?’ Geopolitics (in press), lead editor, with Catherine Cottrell Studemeyer, Peter Hopkins and Matthew Benwell

‘Young people’s landscapes of security’, Social and Cultural Geography (2019), co-editor, with Catherine Cottrell Studemeyer, Peter Hopkins and Matthew Benwell

‘Everyday politics of public space – Prefigurative, affective and performative perspectives on privacy, publicness and belonging’, Space and Culture (2019), co-editor, with Mattias de Backer and Claske Dijkeema

‘Theorising Life Transitions: Geographical Perspectives’, Area (2011), sole editor

‘Embodied Geographies of Childhood and Youth’, Children’s Geographies (2009), co-editor, with Rachel Colls

Journal Articles
 
Tozer, L., Hörschelmann, K., Anguelovski, I, Bulkeley, H and Lazova, Y
(2020) ‚Whose city? Whose nature? Towards inclusive nature-based
solution  governance‘, Cities 107. - 1. link to abstract; 2. PDF of article 
 
Botterill, K., Bogacki, M., Burrell, K. and Hörschelmann, K., 2020. Applying for Settled Status: Ambivalent and reluctant compliance of EU citizens in post-Brexit Scotland. Scottish Affairs, 29(3), pp.370-385. 
 
Kotsila, P., Hörschelmann, K., Anguelovski, I., Sekulova, F. and Lazova, Y., 2020. Clashing temporalities of care and support as key determinants of transformatory and justice potentials in urban gardens. Cities, 106, p.102865. 
 
Hörschelmann, K, Cottrell Studemeyer, C, Hopkins, P and Benwell, M (2019) ‘Special issue introduction: “Peripheral visions: Security by, and for, whom?”’ Geopolitics, 1-11, DOI: 10.1080/14650045.2019.1593965.

Hopkins, P, Hörschelmann, K, Benwell, M, and Studemeyer, C (2019) ‘Young people’s landscapes of security’, Social and Cultural Geography, 20(4), 435-444.

Burrell, K and Hörschelmann, K (2019) ‘Perilous Journeys: Visualising the Racialised 'Refugee Crisis'’, Antipode 51(1), 45-65.

De Backer, M, Dijkema, C and Hörschelmann, K (2019) ‘Preface: The everyday politics of public space’, Space and Culture, DOI:10.11771206331219830080.

Hörschelmann, K (2018): Unbound emotional geographies of youth transitions, Geographica Helvetica 73, 31-42.

Hörschelmann, K and Reich, E (2017) ‘Entangled (in)securities: Sketching the scope of geosocial approaches for understanding “webs of (in)security”’, Geopolitics, 22: 1, 73-90

Hörschelmann, K and ElRefaie, E (2014) ‘Transnational citizenship and the political geographies of youth beyond borders’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 39: 2, 444-456

Hörschelmann, K (2011) ‘Theorising life transitions: Geographical perspectives’, Area, 4: 4, 378–383

Evans, B, Colls, R and Hörschelmann, K (2011) ‘”Change4Life for your kids”: Intercorporeality and the Change4Life campaign’, Sports, Education and Society, 16: 3, 323-341

ElRefaie, E and Hörschelmann, K (2010) 'Young people's readings of a political cartoon and the concept of multimodal literacy', Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 31: 2, 195-207

Colls, R and Hörschelmann, K (2009) 'The geographies of children's and young people's bodies', Children's Geographies, 7: 6, 1-6

Hörschelmann, K (2008) ‘Populating the landscapes of critical geopolitics – Young people’s responses to the War in Iraq’, Political Geography, 27: 5, 587-609

Hörschelmann, K and Stenning, A (2008) ‘Ethnographies of Postsocialist Change’, Progress in Human Geography, 32: 3, 339-361

Stenning, A and Hörschelmann, K (2008) ‘Posting Socialism: History, Geography and Difference’, Antipode, 40: 2, 313-335

Hörschelmann, K and Schäfer, N (2007) ‘“Berlin is not a foreign country, stupid!” – Growing up ‘global’ in eastern Germany’, Environment and Planning A, 38, 1855-1872

Hörschelmann, K (2006) ‘Defining the subject of speech - Constructions of authorship in post-unification German media discourse’, Geoforum, 456-468

Hörschelmann, K and Schäfer, N (2005) ‘Performing the global through the local – Young people’s practices of identity formation in former east Germany’, Children’s Geographies, 3: 2, 219-242

Hörschelmann, K and van Hoven, B (2003) ‘Experiencing Displacement – The transformation of women’s spaces in (former) East Germany’, Antipode, 35: 4, 742-760

Hörschelmann, K (2002) ‘Media Networks in Transition – The Politics of Cultural Production in Post-Unification Germany’, Social and Cultural Geography, 3: 2, 155-174

Hörschelmann, K (2002) ‘History after the end: Post-socialist difference in a (post)modern world’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 27: 1, 52-66.

Hörschelmann, K (2001) ‘Audience interpretations of (former) east Germany’s representation in the German media’, European Urban and Regional Studies, 8: 3, 189-202

Hörschelmann, K (2001) ‘Breaking Ground – Marginality and Resistance in (Post)Unification Germany’, Political Geography, 20: 8, 981-1004

Hörschelmann, K (1997) ‘Watching the East: Constructions of 'otherness' in TV representations of East Germany’, Applied Geography, 17: 4, 385-396

Invited Commentary

Hörschelmann, K (2016) ‘Persevering in the New Climate of Hate’, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space (Forum: Echoes of Cologne), http://societyandspace.org/2016/07/05/persevering-in-the-new-european-climate-of-hate-kathrin-horschelmann/

Book Sections


Hörschelmann, K and Meyer, F (2018) ‘Zwischen Anpassung und Manipulation – Zum Umgang mit Gegebenheiten des Settings in der qualitativen Forschung’, in: Meyer, F, Miggelbrink, J and Beursken, K (Eds.) Ins Feld und zurück – Praktische Probleme qualitativer Forschung in der Sozialgeographie (Springer), pp. 95-102

Nadler, R and Hörschelmann, K (2018) ‘Ein schmaler Grat: Neutralität und Positionierung in der qualitativen Forschung’, in: Meyer, F, Miggelbrink, J and Beursken, K (Eds.) Ins Feld und zurück – Praktische Probleme qualitativer Forschung in der Sozialgeographie (Springer), pp. 103-110

Pfoser, A and Hörschelmann, K (2018) ‘Erwartungen gibt es immer. Über den Umgang mit Erwartungen in der Feldforschung’, in: Meyer, F, Miggelbrink, J and Beursken, K (Eds.) Ins Feld und zurück – Praktische Probleme qualitativer Forschung in der Sozialgeographie (Springer), pp. 111-115

Hörschelmann, K (2017) ‘Distance, connection and the power, freedom and obligation (not) to care’, in: Horton, J and Pyer, M (Eds.) Children, young people and care (Routledge), pp. 234-237
Hörschelmann, K (2017) ‘Violent geographies of childhood and home: The child in the closet’, in: Harker, C., Hörschelmann, K and Skelton, T (eds), Conflict, Violence and Peace. Geographies of Children and Young People, Vol. 11 (Springer), pp. 233-251

Harker, C and Hörschelmann, K (2017) ‘Preface’, in: Harker, C., Hörschelmann, K and Skelton, T (eds), Geographies of Children and Young People: Conflict, Violence and Peace (Springer), p. ix

Hörschelmann, K (2016) ‘Crossing points: Contesting militarism in the spaces of children’s everyday lives in Britain and Germany’, in: Benwell, M and Hopkins, P (eds) Children, Young People and Critical Geopolitics (Ashgate), pp. 29-44

Hörschelmann, K (2015) ‘Divided emotions: Children at war’, in Blazek, M and Kraftl, P (eds) Children’s Emotions in Politics and Practice (Palgrave), pp. 274-290

Hörschelmann, K (2015) ‘Youth citizenship and dissent’, in: Kallio, K P and Mills, S (eds) Geographies of Children and Young People: Politics, Citizenship and Rights, (Springer), pp. 1-14

Hörschelmann, K (2015) ‚Sehen Lernen: Raumbilder und Sozialisation‘, in Schlottmann, A and Miggelbrink, J (eds), Visuelle Geographien (Transcript Verlag), pp. 147-160

Lang, T, Miggelbrink, J, Henn, S, Hörschelmann, K, Sgibnev, W and Ehrlich, K (2015) ‘New Geographies of Central and Eastern Europe. Researching Socio-Spatial Polarisation and Peripheralisation’, in: Lang, T et al (eds) New Geographies of Central and Eastern Europe. Researching Socio-Spatial Polarisation and Peripheralisation (Palgrave), pp. 1-21

Burrell, K and Hörschelmann, K (2014) 'Introduction: Understanding Mobility in Soviet and East European Socialist and Post-Socialist States', in Burrell, K and Hörschelmann, K (eds), Mobilities in Socialist and Post-Socialist States: Societies on the Move (Palgrave Macmillan),  pp. 1-22

Hörschelmann, K and ElRefaie, E (2014) ‘Youth citizenship beyond consensus – Examining the role of satire and humour for critical engagements in citizenship education’, in: Buckingham, D, Bragg, S and Keheli, M (eds) Youth Cultures in the Age of Global Media (Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 225-240

Colls, R and Hörschelmann, K (2009) ‘Introduction’, in: Contested Bodies of Childhood and Youth (Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 1-21

Hörschelmann, K (2009) ‘Routes through the city: changing youth identities and spatial practices in Leipzig’, in: Harutyunyan, A, Hörschelmann, K and Miles, M (eds) Public Spheres after Socialism, (Intellect Books), pp. 91-110

Hörschelmann, K (2008) ‘Transitions to work and the making of neo-liberal selves – growing up in (former) East Germany’, in: Adrian Smith, Alison Stenning and Katie Willis (eds) Social Justice and Neoliberalism: Global Perspectives (Zed Books), pp. 135-163

Hörschelmann, K (2008) ‘Politics, lifestyle and identity – the story of Sven, East Germany’, in: Jeffrey, C. and Dyson, J. (eds) Telling Young Lives: Portraits in Political Geography, (Temple University Press), pp. 81-96

Hörschelmann, K (2008) “Youth and the geopolitics of risk after 11th September 2001”, in: Pain, R., and Smith, S. (eds) Fear: Critical Geopolitics and Everyday Life, (Ashgate), pp. 139-152

Hörschelmann, K (2006) with Craig Young, ‘Identities and Cultural Change’, in: Herrschel, T and Young, C (eds) Geographies of Global ‘Transition’ from Socialism to Post-Socialism (Routledge), pp. 209-225

Hörschelmann, K (2005) with Bettina van Hoven, ‘Introduction: from geographies of men to geographies of women and back again?’ in: van Hoven, B and Hörschelmann, K (eds) Spaces of Masculinities, (Routledge), pp. 1-16

Hörschelmann, K (2005) ‘Deviant Masculinities – Representations of neo-fascist youth in eastern Germany’, in van Hoven, B and Hörschelmann, K (eds) (2005) Spaces of Masculinities, (Routledge), pp. 138-152

Hörschelmann, K (2004) ‘The social consequences of transformation’, in Bradshaw, M and Stenning, A (2004) The transition economies of East Central Europe and the former Soviet Union, DARG Series of Regional Textbooks (Pearsons) pp. 219-256

Hörschelmann, K (2000) ‘'Go East, Young Man ...' - Gendered representations of identity in media discourses on East Germany’, in Stevenson, P & Theobald, J (eds.) (2000): Relocating Germanness: Discourses of Unified Germany, (Macmillan Publishers), pp. 43-59

Reports, working papers and extended reviews

Hörschelmann, K (ed) (2019) Handbook for Citizen Engagement, NATURVATION Deliverable 4.7

Almassy, D, Ruijs, A and Hörschelmann, K (2018) Review on (integrated) assessment approaches for urban governance related to nature-based solutions, NATURVATION Working Paper, September 2018 (sections on participatory assessment methods)


Veerkamp, C J, Hanson, H, Olsson, P, Rocha, S, Almassy, D, Pinter, L, Hörschelmann, K, Ivanova, S, Werner, A, Bockarjova, M, Botzen, W J, Lazarova, T, Schipper, A, van Hoorn, A, Ruijs, A, Dammers, E and Hedlund, K (2018) Review of current methods to assess the multiple benefits of urban nature-based solutions, NATURVATION Working Paper, February 2018

Hörschelmann, K, Lazova, Y, Werner, A, Hildebrand, S and Paulus, S (2017) Nature-based Urban Innovations in Leipzig, NATURVATION Case Study Report, September 2017

Dushkova, D and Hörschelmann, K (2015) ‘Perception of environmental risk in different European cities’, RIMMA  Risk Information Management, Risk Models, and Applications, LNIS Vol. 7    

Bouzarovski S, Petrova S, Kitching M, Baldwick J, Hayman B, Hörschelmann, K (2012) Fuel poverty among young adults in multiple occupancy housing: preliminary research findings and recommendations. Birmingham: Energy, Society and Place Research Unit

van Hoven, B and Hörschelmann, K (2006) ‘Männlichkeit und Geographie’, Feministisches Geo-Rundmail, Issue Nr. 29 (April)

Hörschelmann, K (2005) ‘Sprache ohne Macht? Anmerkungen zu Antje Schlottmann’s RaumSprache’, ACME – An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 4 (2), 254-261
 

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