Sybille Bauriedl


Sybille Bauriedl is a professor of integrative geography at Europa-Universität Flensburg (Germany). She has been researching and teaching sustainable urban development and global environmental conflicts since the 1990s. She is engaged in scientific networks of political ecology and feminist geography and is involved in the right to the city movement. Current research projects deal with local energy transition, smart urbanism, colonial infrastructure in European port cities, and climate justice.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Digital and Social Media, Environmental Geography, Essays, Essays, Geography, Media Studies, Social and Cultural Geography, Sociology, Sociology of Science, Technology, and Environment, Urban and Regional Studies, Urban and Spatial Sociology

Publications in the Series: Culture & Theory, Social and Cultural Geography, Urban Studies


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Platformization of Urban Life
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Platformization of Urban Life

Towards a Technocapitalist Transformation of European Cities

A critical debate of the actual implications of digitalization for socio-technical relationships between citizens, cities, and urban infrastructures.

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