Ignacio Castillo Ulloa

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Vita

2011– 2017 Dok­to­rat Stadt- und Regio­nal­pla­nung | Tech­ni­sche Uni­ver­si­tät Ber­lin | »Space and Radi­cal plan­ning: Lin­king pro­test action and local com­mu­nity self-deve­lo­p­ment«
2008– 2010 M.Sc. Urban Manage­ment | Tech­ni­sche Uni­ver­si­tät Ber­lin | »Megaprojects—Megaparticipation?«
1998– 2005 Stu­dium der Archi­tek­tur | Uni­ver­si­tät von Costa Rica | »Urban image ana­ly­ti­cal model«

For­schung

2011– 2017 Dis­ser­ta­tion: »Space and Radi­cal plan­ning: Lin­king pro­test action and local com­mu­nity self-deve­lo­p­ment« | Insti­tut für Stadt- und Regio­nal Pla­nung, Fach­ge­biet Städ­te­bau und Sied­lungs­we­sen, TU-Ber­lin
2009– 2010 Pro­jekt­as­sis­tent-Pro­jekt­lei­ter | NPO­LIS UCE GmbH, Ber­lin, Deutsch­land
2009 Bera­ter | (ehe­ma­lige) GTZ, Dhaka, Ban­gla­desch (Pro­ject: »Impro­ving Gover­nance in Secon­dary Cities in Ban­gla­desh«)
2009 Prak­ti­kant | Cen­ter for Metro­po­li­tan Stu­dies, TU Ber­lin (Pro­ject: »The Urban Renaissance–Potential of Inner–City Rail Sta­ti­ons Rede­ve­lo­p­ments Mega–Projects«)
2005– 2008 For­scher-Pro­jekt­lei­ter | For­schungs­zen­trum für Nach­hal­tige Stadt­ent­wick­lung der Uni­ver­si­tät von Costa Rica (Pro­DUS-UCR)
2005– 2008 Pro­jekt­de­si­gner-Pro­jekt­lei­ter | Selb­stän­di­ger Archi­tekt, San José, Costa Rica

For­schungs­pa­piere

  • Public space as a cata­lyst for a dis­rup­t­ing ‘redis­tri­bu­tion of the sen­si­ble’. Inter­na­tio­nal Con­fe­rence Quar­tier­s­ent­wick­lung im Glo­ba­len Süden/​Neighbourhood Deve­lo­p­ment in the Glo­bal South. Uni­ver­sity of Kas­sel: Kas­sel, June 16–17 June 2016
  • From aphope­nia to epi­phany: See­king to make plan­ning theory-rese­arch-prac­tice co-con­sti­tu­tive. Inter­na­tio­nal Con­fe­rence Dif­fe­ren­ces and Con­nec­tions: Bey­ond Uni­ver­sal Theo­ries in Plan­ning, Urban, and Heri­tage Stu­dies IX YA Con­fe­rence. Uni­ver­sity of Palermo: Palermo, 23–26 March 2015.
  • The spa­tial poli­ti­ci­sa­tion of plan­ning. Inter­na­tio­nal con­fe­rence Cities that Talk AESOP Young Aca­de­mics Con­fe­rence. Uni­ver­sity of Gothen­burg: Gothen­burg, 10–13 March 2014.
  • Acting in rea­lity wit­hin the cranny of the Real: Towards an alter­na­tive agency of urban com­mons. Inter­na­tio­nal Con­fe­rence Urban Com­mons: Moving Bey­ond State and Mar­ket. Hum­boldt Uni­ver­sity: Ber­lin, Sep­tem­ber 27–28 Sep­tem­ber 2013.
  • Unra­vel­ling spaces of repre­sen­ta­tion through insur­gent plan­ning actions. Inter­na­tio­nal Con­fe­rence Cities to be tamed? Stan­dards and Alter­na­ti­ves in the Trans­for­ma­tion of the Urban South. Poly­tech­nic Uni­ver­sity of Milan: Milan, 15–17 Novem­ber 2012.
  • Urban-social move­ments and urban plan­ning: From con­fron­ta­tion to mutual coope­ra­tion. Inter­na­tio­nal con­fe­rence Planning/​Conflict: Cri­ti­cal Per­spec­ti­ves on Con­ten­tious Urban Deve­lo­p­ment. Ber­lin Uni­ver­sity of Tech­no­logy: Ber­lin, 27–28 Octo­ber 2011.

Vor­träge & Work­shops

07/2020 | Tech­ni­sche Uni­ver­si­tät Ber­lin From apo­phe­nia to epi­phany: See­king to make plan­ning theory-rese­arch-prac­tice co-con­sti­tu­tive
Lec­ture series sum­mer 20: Inter­di­sci­pli­nary theory and prac­tice
07/2019 | Uni­ver­sità luav di Vene­zia, Vene­dig, Ita­lien When par­ti­ci­pa­tion meets spatial(ized) pedagogy: Children’s par­ti­ci­pa­tion and the re-figu­ra­tion of public space
AESOP Annual Con­gress, ACESP-AESOP Spe­cial Ses­sion
02/2019 | Tech­ni­sche Uni­ver­si­tät Ber­lin „I spy with my little eye“: Children’s appro­pria­tion and re-figu­ra­tion of public space in defi­ance of its inten­ded use
Inter­na­tio­nal Con­fe­rence of the CRC 1265
10/2018 | Uni­ver­sidad Nacio­nal del Nordeste, Chaco, Argen­ti­nien Distil­ling mate­ri­ally the imma­te­rial: The varia­tion of the spa­tial know­ledge of child­ren and youngs­ters wit­hin the re-figu­ra­tion of spaces
V Sim­po­sio Inter­na­cio­nal: Encuen­tros Etno­grá­fi­cos con Niños, Niñas, Ado­lescen­tes y Jóve­nes en Con­textos Edu­ca­tivos
07/2018 | Tech­ni­sche Uni­ver­si­tät Ber­lin Pro­test action and self-deve­lo­p­ment meets head-on urban growth
Lec­ture series sum­mer 18: Inter­di­sci­pli­nary theory and prac­tice
05/2016 | Tech­ni­sche Uni­ver­si­tät Ber­lin How much of an ana­gram are (plan­ning) theo­re­ti­cal and prac­ti­cal rese­arch?
Urban Manage­ment Alumni Sym­po­sium
07/2015 | Uni­ver­sity of Ken­tu­cky, Lex­ing­ton, KY, USA Self-orga­niz­a­tion and poli­ti­cal sub­jec­ti­vity: Com­mu­nity deve­lo­p­ment that over­co­mes struc­tu­ral impairment and exclu­sion
Com­mu­nity Deve­lo­p­ment Society Annual Con­fe­rence
05/2014 | Hum­boldt-Uni­ver­si­tät zu Ber­lin Hea­ding (ine­vi­ta­bly) towards Tran­tor? (Urban) society, plan­ning and eco­logy
Eco­logy Days Ber­lin

Publi­ka­tio­nen

  • Cas­tillo, Igna­cio / Hein­rich, Anna Juliane / Mil­lion, Angela / Schwe­rer, Jona (2021; accep­ted): The Evol­ving Spa­tial Know­ledge of Child­ren and Young People. CRC Press Series: The Refi­gu­ra­tion of Space. Abing­don: Rout­ledge
  • Cas­tillo, Igna­cio / Mil­lion, Angela / Schwe­rer, Jona (2021; accep­ted): „I spy with my little eye“: Children’s actual use and experts inten­ded design of public space. in: Mil­lion, Angela / Haid, Chris­tian / Cas­tillo, Igna­cio / Baur, Nina (eds.): Spa­tial Trans­for­ma­ti­ons: The Effect of Media­tiz­a­tion, Mobi­lity, and Social Dis­lo­ca­tion on the Re-Figu­ra­tion of Spaces. CRC Press Series: The Refi­gu­ra­tion of Space. Abing­don: Rout­ledge  
  • Cas­tillo Ulloa, Igna­cio / Schwe­rer, Jona (im Ersch.): Qua­li­ta­tive Meta-Ana­lyse. in: Hein­rich, Anna Juliane / Mar­guin, Séverine / Mil­lion, Angela / Stoll­mann, Jörg (Hrsg.): Metho­den der qua­li­ta­ti­ven Raum­for­schung. Ein inter­dis­zi­pli­nä­res Hand­buch. Stutt­gart: utb-Ver­lags­ge­mein­schaft
  • Mil­lion, Angela / Haid, Chris­tian / Cas­tillo, Igna­cio / Baur, Nina (eds.) (2021; accep­ted): Spa­tial Trans­for­ma­ti­ons: The Effect of Media­tiz­a­tion, Mobi­lity, and Social Dis­lo­ca­tion on the Re-Figu­ra­tion of Spaces. CRC Press Series: The Refi­gu­ra­tion of Space. Abing­don: Rout­ledge
  • Cas­tillo, Igna­cio (2020): Space and radi­cal plan­ning: Lin­king pro­test action and local com­mu­nity self-deve­lo­p­ment. Ber­lin: TU Ber­lin Press. online ver­füg­bar unter doi​.org →
  • Cas­tillo, Igna­cio (2019): The planner’s sub­jec­tive desti­tu­tion: Towards a hys­te­ri­cal-ana­ly­ti­cal triad of plan­ning theory-rese­arch-prac­tice. Raum­for­schung und Raum­ord­nung 77(2): S. 181–198
  • Cas­tillo, Igna­cio (2019): Crystal­li­sing actual neigh­bour­hood deve­lo­p­ment via public space, ‘non-advers­a­rial’ poli­ti­cal sub­jec­ti­vity and extra-insti­tu­tio­nal poli­tics. in: U. Alt­rock, D. Kurth, R. Kunze, H. Schmidt and G. Schmitt (eds.) Quar­tier­ent­wick­lung im glo­ba­len Süden. Wies­ba­den: Sprin­ger VS, S. 249–276
  • Cas­tillo, Igna­cio (2018): A renais­sance of ‘socially rebel­lious’ com­mu­nity deve­lo­p­ment: A tale of a locale. Radi­cal Com­mu­nity Work Jour­nal 3 (2) online ver­füg­bar unter rcw​jour​nal​.org →
  • Cas­tillo, Igna­cio (2017): Public space as cata­lyst for an alter­na­tive poli­tics of neigh­bor­hood deve­lo­p­ment. Tria­log – A jour­nal for Plan­ning and Buil­ding in a Glo­bal Con­text. 126/127 (3–4): S. 5–11
  • Cas­tillo, Igna­cio (2016): From apo­phe­nia to epi­phany: Making plan­ning theory-rese­arch-prac­tice co-con­sti­tu­tive. plaNext – next genera­tion plan­ning 3: 16–35.
  • Cas­tillo, Igna­cio (2015): Acting in rea­lity wit­hin the cranny of the Real: Towards an alter­na­tive agency of urban com­mons. In: M. Del­len­baugh, M. Kip, M. Bie­niok, A. Mül­ler and M. Schweg­mann (eds.): Urban Com­mons: Moving Bey­ond State and Mar­ket. Basel: Birk­häu­ser, pp.130–147
  • Cas­tillo, Igna­cio (2013): Unra­vel­ling spaces of repre­sen­ta­tion through insur­gent plan­ning actions. Pla­num – The Jour­nal of Urba­nism 26(1): 1–12.
  • Cas­tillo, Igna­cio (2013): Unra­vel­ling spaces of repre­sen­ta­tion through insur­gent plan­ning actions. In: F. Chi­odelli, B. De Carli, M. Fal­letti and L. Sca­vuzzo (eds.): Cities to be Tamed? Spa­tial Inves­ti­ga­ti­ons Across the Glo­bal South. New­castle: Cam­bridge Scho­l­ars Publi­shing, pp.262–283