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Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät - Geographisches Institut

Dr. Julie Ren

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Name
Dr. Julie Ren
Status
wiss. Mitarb.
E-Mail
Web Adresse
http://www.geographie.hu-berlin.de/Members/ren_julie

Einrichtung (OKZ)
Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät → Geographisches Institut → Kultur- und Sozialgeographie
Sitz
Rudower Chaussee 16 , Raum 3'103
Telefon
(030)2093-6825
Fax
(030)2093-6853
Postanschrift
Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin

 

Curriculum Vitae

  • 2017-present Research Faculty, Department of Geography, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

  • 2017-present Visiting Fellow, Department of Geography and Environment, London School of Economics and Political Science

  • 2016-2017 LSE Fellow in Human Geography, London School of Economics and Political Science

  • 2015-2016 Postdoctoral Fellow, City University of Hong Kong

  • 2012-2015 ILS Scholar, Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development (Dortmund)

  • 2011-2015 PhD Candidate, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (summa cum laude)

  • 2008-2011 Consultant, IFOK GmbH (Berlin, Brussels, Boston)

  • 2006-2008 Master of Public Policy, Hertie School of Governance (Berlin)

  • 2007 Internship, Senatsverwaltung fuer Stadtentwicklung (Berlin)

  • 2005-2006 Fulbright Fellowship, Freie Universitaet (Berlin)

  • 2001-2004 Bachelor of Arts, College of Social Studies (with high honors) Wesleyan University (Connecticut)

 

Selected Publications

  • Forrest, R., J. Ren and B. Wissink, eds. (forthcoming) The City in China: Perspectives on Contemporary Urbanism. Bristol: Policy Press.

  • Ren, J. (forthcoming) “Conclusion: Everyday cities, exceptional cases: Re-scaling research on urban China.” In Forrest, R., J. Ren and B. Wissink (eds.) The City in China: Perspectives on Contemporary Urbanism. Bristol: Policy Press.

  • Luger, J. and J. Ren (eds.) (2017) Art and the city: Worlding the discussion through a critical artscape. Oxon: Routledge.

  • Ren, J. (2017) “Introduction: Worlding the contours of a critical artscape.” In J. Luger and J. Ren (eds.) Art and the city: Worlding the discussion through a critical artscape. Oxon: Routledge.

  • Ren, J. (2016) “Creative class” subversions: Art spaces in Berlin and Beijing. In J. Wang, T. Oakes and Y. Yang (eds.) Making Cultural Cities in Asia: Mobility, assemblage and the politics of aspirational urbanism. Routledge: 177-190.

  • Ren, J. (2016) Segregation research on urban China. CityU on Cities Working Paper Series, No. 1/2016. City University of Hong Kong. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3277.4644

  • Ren, J. (2015) “Gentrification in China?” In L. Lees, H.B. Shin and E. Lopez (eds.) Global gentrifications: Uneven development and displacement. Bristol: Policy Press: 329-347.

  • Luger, J. and Ren, J. (2014) "Comparative Urbanism and the "Asian City": Implications for Research and Theory." International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.

  • Ren, J. & Langhout, R. (2010). A Recess Evaluation with the Players: Taking Steps Toward Participatory Action Research. American Journal of Community Psychology 46, 124-138.

  • Ren, J. (2008). "Youth Centres in Immigrant Neighbourhoods: A Case Study." SP3, Spring(4), 26-30.

  • Ren, J. (2008). Interview with Sir Peter Hall. SP3, Spring (4), 16-18