SITUATED ECOLOGIES is a platform for research projects and activities that relate to situated and contested ecologies, in particular when viewed through the processes of urbanisation.

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Henrik Ernstson is an invited keynote lecturer at the upcoming Trier Summer University on “Decolonizing Urbanism: Transformative Perspectives”, Trier University, Germany June 6-12, 2017. Deadline for application January 31, 2017. For updated information Read more

How  are values of contested urban green spaces articulated across cultural contexts such as Cape Town, New York and London? What is the relation between civics and urban designers in value articulation? A Read more

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A new publication from our Situated UPE Collective was just published in Regional Studies by Mary Lawhon, Jonathan Silver, Henrik Ernstson and Joseph Pierce. It continues our contribution to Urban Political Read more

The Rupturing the Anthro-Obscene! Conference is an intervention into critical studies, and urban political ecology in particular. The conference celebrates the 20 years since the publication of Erik Swyngedouw’s article on “Cyborg Read more

Henrik Ernstson and Erik Swyngedouw are very happy to announce their conference and book project Rupturing the Anthro-Obscene! Political Promises of Planetary & Uneven Urban Ecologies, with 11 confirmed top-speakers. As Read more

Dr. Henrik Ernstson and Dr. Jia-Ching Chen are organizing an ambitious conference at Stanford on the meeting between environmental scientists, global South urbanists and STS scholar on the “Urban Beyond Read more

Anna Zimmer gives a reflection on a recent workshop organised by Anne Rademacher & K. Sivaramakrishnan at the Hong Kong Institute for Humanities and Social Science, 9-12 June 2014. Last Read more