Dahae Lee

Telefone
(+49)231 755-3260

Fax
(+49)231 755-4787

Open Office Hours
On appointment

ORCID
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2897-5718

Campus Address
Campus Süd
Geschossbau I
Raum 421

 

Research Interests

  • Co-production of public space
  • Privately Owned Public Space (POPS)
  • Urban transformation and its spatial impact
  • A governance approach to building urban climate resilience

 

Academic Experience

Since 06/2019

PhD Researcher & Lecturer at the Department of European Planning Cultures, Faculty of Spatial Planning of the Technical University of Dortmund

 

Education

Since 10/2015

Technical University of Dortmund, Ph.D. in Spatial Planning

2013-2014

University College London, MSc Planning, Design and Development

2010-2013

Humboldt University of Berlin, BA Geography

 

Publications

Zimmermann, K. and Lee, D. (2021). Environmental justice and green infrastructure in the Ruhr. From distributive to institutional conceptions of justice. Front. Sustain. Cities 3: 670190. http://doi.org/10.3389/frsc.2021.670190

Lee, D. (2020). Whose space is privately owned public space? Exclusion, underuse and the lack of knowledge and awareness. Urban Research & Practice. https://doi.org/10.1080/17535069.2020.1815828

Peters, K., and Lee, D. (2020). Ensuring inclusive and accessible public spaces in an austerity context. In: Riegler, J. and Bylund, J. (Ed): Unfolding dilemmas of urban public space. JPI Urban Europe.

 

Research Project

2019-2020

BMBF research project “ZUKUR – Zukunft-Stadt-Region-Ruhr

 

Teaching Responsibilities

Summer semester 2021

Master Seminar “From vulnerability to resilience – planning resilient cities”

Bachelor Project “Wie löse ich Probleme in der Planung? Partizipative Lösungsansätze für das Stellwerk 62 (RhinoTOPIA) und das ehemalige HSP-Gelände (Smart Rhino)”

Winter semester 2020/21

Master Seminar “Co-production of public space – From public and private space to hybrid spaces”

Bachelor Project “Wie löse ich Probleme in der Planung? Partizipative Lösungsansätze für das Stellwerk 62 (RhinoTOPIA) und das ehemalige HSP-Gelände (Smart Rhino)”

Summer semester 2020

Master Seminar “From unintentional to intentional – Transformation towards urban sustainability”

Winter semester 2019/20

Master Seminar “Co-production of public space – From public and private space to hybrid spaces”

 

Conferences & Presentations

Lee, D. Co-production of public space – planning instruments used for POPS in transitional context. Paper presented at the 2020 ACSP Annual Conference, online.

Lee, D. Cities in search for competitiveness and justice – the case of Mediaspree, Berlin. Paper presented at the 2019 EURA-UAA Conference. Dublin, Ireland.

Lee, D. Public space after transformation – regulatory instruments used for Privately Owned Public Space. Paper presented at the 2019 AESOP Conference. Venice, Italy.