Kathrin golda-pongratz

Kathrin golda-pongratz
Universitat Internacional de Catalunya | UIC · Department of Architecture

PhD

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September 2020 - present
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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In his 1872 The housing question, Friedrich Engels addressed the housing problems faced by the proletarian migrant workers in major industrial centres. He asserted that they could only be solved by first resolving their harsh working conditions in the capitalist mode of mass production. Presently, with transnational migrant flows to urban centres a...
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Editorial of Revisitando el legado de John F. C. Turner. Ensayo: Revista De Arquitectura, Urbanismo Y Territorio, 1(2), published at: http://revistas.pucp.edu.pe/index.php/ensayo/issue/view/1698
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The increasing urban fragmentation and the lack of a holistic and in- clusive vision of large Latin American agglomerations are, at the same time, their main contemporary challenges. The potential and value of community building and the need to include urban self-building that architect John F. C. Turner in his years in Peru described as «housing r...
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article to be found online at: https://www.architectural-review.com/essays/reputations/john-fc-turner-1927
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Bauwelt 11.2020 THEMA Fünf Jahre UTEC-Kritik aus der Sicht der Nachbarschaft Die Eröffnung des Hauptgebäudes der Universität UTEC in Lima 2015 glich einem archi-tektonischen Paukenschlag: Ein internationa-ler Wettbewerb war vorausgegangen, Kenneth Frampton war Präsident der Jury, und der Bau von Grafton schien das Versprechen der Architektinnen z...
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Lima has become the first Peruvian megacity with more than 10 million people, resulting from the migration waves from the countryside throughout the 20th century, which have also contributed to the diverse ethnic background of today’s city. The paper analyzes two neighborhoods located in the inter-district area of Northern Lima: Pampa de Cueva and...
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Saberes transatlánticos en la historia de la ciencia Barcelona/ Buenos Aires. Notas sobre historia urbana relacional (Resumen): La reciente publicación del libro Saberes transatlánticos representa la consolidación en los últimos años de una historia urbana de la ciencia. Para analizar la novedad del reciente "giro espacial" en la historia urbana de...
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Lima, as the capital of Peru, has become its first megacity with more than 10 million people in an area that extends over 80 km in a North-South direction. As a city of this size, it faces complex mobility issues with a strong reliance on informal transport modes (buses, minibuses, and paratransit vehicles) due to the deterioration of its transit s...
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El texto, en forma de ensayo, explora las identidades urbanas movedizas de la capital peruana mediante unos términos específicos del discurso poscolonial y así reinterpreta sus conflictos, contradicciones, heridas estructurales y sociales en un contexto contemporáneo poscolonial. Entremezcla impregnaciones y paradigmas políticas con cambios físicos...

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Landscapes of Pressure arises from the conviction that contemporary politics of land management respond to the logics of the global economy and consequently convert any territory within a metropolitan agglomeration into an object of speculation.