Zoek medewerkers/organisaties dr.ir. M Duineveld
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Naamdr.ir. M Duineveld
RoepnaamMartijn
Emailmartijn.duineveld@wur.nl

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OmschrijvingUniversitair hoofddocent (UHD)
OrganisatieDepartement Omgevingswetenschappen
OrganisatieeenheidCultural Geography
Telefoon+31 317 485 770
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BezoekadresDroevendaalsesteeg 3
6708PB, WAGENINGEN
Gebouw/Kamer101/B309
PostadresPostbus 47
6700AA, WAGENINGEN
Bodenummer531
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  • - Geen nevenwerkzaamheden
    dec 2017 - mei 2028


Biografie

Martijn Duineveld is Associate Professor at the Cultural Geography Group Wageningen University. His research programme is named Urban Governance and the Politics of Planning and Design. He is co-founder and active contributor to the emerging body of literature on Evolutionary Governance Theory. Martijn has been involved in many international research and consultancy projects situated in Argentina, Uganda, Georgia and Russia. He also studies urban fringes and cities in the Netherlands (The Bulb region (2005-2010), Groningen (2010-2012) and Arnhem (2013-2018). In these cases, he explores the power interplays between local politicians, planners, designers, project developers and citizens. On a more conceptual level his research is focused on three themes: 1. Democratic innovation in Urban Governance. 2. Conflicts and Power in Urban Governance. 3. Materiality and object formation in Urban Governance. In addition to the extensive list of academic publications, his studies have been published in innovative ways, speaking to academia and the broader public, including film-making, newspaper articles, and local news blogs.


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Onderwijs

Courses in which I teach:

Tourism & Globalization | Human Geography | Reflections on Planning and Design Practices |  | Empowerment for Sustainability | Tourism Destination Management

Postgraduate supervision:

Rodrigo Alves Rolo | Beyond the planning void. The renaissance of spatial planning in Argentina in the 21st Century | 2015 – present

Former Postgraduate supervision:

Christine Ampumuza | 2016-2021 | Batwa, Gorillas and the Ruhija Road: a relational perspective on controversies at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda | Download PDF

Harald Buitendijk | 2015-2021 | Innovation in Tourism |

Arjaan Pellis | Conflicts Forever. Understanding the Role of Conflicts in Conservation Tourism | 2014 – 2019 | Download PDF

Iulian Barba Lata | The spatiotemporal conditions of innovation processes| 2011-2017

Radhika Borde | Sacred Land and the Politics of Voice: The strategic representation of indigeneity, in activism against land acquisition by mining companies – a focus on India | 2011 – 2017

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