Dr. Ignacio Farías

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Portrait Foto Dr. Ignacio Farías (David Ausserhofer)
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Forschungsthemen

Innovation, Wissen(schaft) und Kultur
Urban studies | Social theory | Cultural and creative industries | Anthropology of tourism

Lebenslauf

Beruflicher Werdegang

1 2009 - 12 2014 Research Fellow at Research Unit "Cultural Sources of Newness", Social Science Research Center Berlin

2013 Visiting Scholar at Center of European Studies, Harvard University

2010 British Academy Visiting Scholar at Sociology Department, Goldsmiths College, University of London

2008 Lecturer in Sociology, Universidad Diego Portales, Chile 2007 Visiting Scholar at History Department, New York University

2005 - 2007 DFG-Fellow of the Transatlantic Graduate Program “Berlin – New York: History and Culture of the Metropolis in the 20th Century” at the Center for Metropolitan Studies, Technical University of Berlin

Akademischer Werdegang

2008 Dr. phil. in European Anthropology. Humboldt University of Berlin

2003 D.E.A. (Advanced Studies Diploma) in Social and Cultural Anthropology. Universitat de Barcelona

2001 Licentiate in Sociology with Minor Degree in Philosophy. Universidad Católica de Chile

Ausgewählte Publikationen

Wzbaktiv
Farías,  Ignacio (2012): "Kulturen als soziomaterielle Welten". In: Peter Birle/Matias Dewey/Aldo Mascareno (Hg.): Durch Luhmanns Brille. Herausforderungen an Politik und Recht in Lateinamerika und in der WeltgesellschaftSpringer VS, S. 173-203.
Farias, Ignacio (2011): "The Politics of Urban Assemblages". In: City - Analysis of Urban Trends, Culture, Theory, Policy, Action, Vol. 15, No. 3-4, 30.08.2011, S. 365-374.
Farías, Ignacio (2011): "Tourist Maps as Diagrams of Destination Space". In: Space and Culture, Vol. 14, No. 4, S. 398-414. (Vorab online publiziert 11. Januar 2011)
Farías, Ignacio/Ossandón, José (Eds.) (2011): Comunicaciones, semánticas y redes. Usos y desviaciones de la sociología de Niklas Luhmann. México: Universidad Iberoamericana, 314 S.
Farías, Ignacio/Bender, Thomas (Eds.) (2009): Urban Assemblages. How Actor-Network Theory Changes Urban Studies. Questioning Cities. London/New York, NY: Routledge, XVII, 333 S.
Projekte

Logics of Creative Engagement. A Comparative Study of Studio Life in the Creative Industries

Innovation and Urban Recovery in post-earthquake Chile: the emergence, valuation and circulation of newness in three innovation spots

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Portrait Foto Dr. Ignacio Farías (David Ausserhofer)
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