Thursday
December 13, 2018

16.00 – 16.30
Introduction and Welcome
Nina Gribat & Philipp Misselwitz
16.30 – 17.30
Wohnen Stadt Markt – A film lecture
Florian Wüst
17.45 – 19.30
Session 1 – 1968 in Retrospect: Architecture and Urbanism in Times of Revolts
Discussants: Christian Haid & Hannes Langguth

1968, self-management and the New School of Architecture in Belgrade
Ljubica Slavković, Belgrade

The Long Year 1968: Reform and Attempted Reforms in Architecture, Architectural Theory and Urban Design in the GDR
Tobias Zervosen, Munich

From Education to Architectural Practices. A reform process taken over by the May 1968 “Revolution” (France, 1968)
Eléonore Marantz, Paris

Participatory design in Berlin, Western Europe, and the US between 1968–2018: (re)producing the city as commons?
Matthias Heyden, Berlin

19.30 – 20.00
Diagnose Exhibition and Presentations by Current Student Initiatives
20.00 – 22.00 
Tavolata foresta – Joint Dinner Performance
with La Foresta – Academia di Comunità, Rovereto, Italy

Friday 
December 14, 2018

9.00 – 10.45
Session 2 – Housing
Discussant: Andrej Holm

Architectural Activism and ‘1968’: From Radical Pedagogy to the Autonomous City
Alexander Vasudevan, Oxford

Down with the Princes of Communism! Housing the Post-Reform Yugoslavia and the Consequences of Yugoslavia’s ‘Turn to Capitalism’
Jelica Jovanovic, Belgrade

The Long-Legacy of Short-Life Housing Co-ops
Mara Ferreri, Barcelona/Malmö
Coffee break
11.00 – 12.45
Session 3 – Land
Discussant: Nina Gribat

Community Land Trusts: Local self-Government Against Speculation and Displacement
Sabine Horlitz, Berlin

Behind the ‘Barcelona Model’: Conflicts on Land from 1968 to 2008
Laura Calbet Elias, Berlin

Common Spaces as Potential Catalysts of Urban Emancipation
Stavros Stavrides, Athens
Lunch
14.00 – 15.45
Session 4 – Critical Practice
Discussant: Philipp Misselwitz

Architects and the urban struggle beyond 1968
Isabelle Doucet, Gothenburg

Back to Critical Praxis? Notes on Producers and Productions of Space
Tatjana Schneider, Braunschweig

Critical architectural practice and the production of space
Oliver Clemens, Berlin

Whose Plan? Design Attitude between Administration, Academia and Activism
Dagmar Pelger, Berlin

16.00 – 17.00
Closing remarks
Interactive fishbowl discussion

Saturday 
December 15, 2018

11.00  13.00
City Walk: Berlin Mitte-Kreuzberg and the Legacy of 1968 for Urban Development
with POLIGONAL, Berlin
Meeting Point: Dresdner Str. 10, 10999 Berlin-Kreuzberg (U-Bahn Kottbusser Tor)