Organisation

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The IfL is organized in departments and research areas/groups:

  • The departments are permanent units. They guarantee compliance with the continuous tasks in research, transfer, service and administration, which are enshrined in the institute´s statute.

  • The research areas and reserach groups at IfL form temporally flexible and variable units. They are based on the latest research issues and policies of the institute and are in an intense mutual exchange.


Organs

Board of directors
General committee
Scientific council

Director

Professor Sebastian Lentz

Group: Director

Head:  Prof. Dr. Sebastian Lentz

Administration

Head: Beata Kirchner

Department: Regional Geography of Europe

Head: Dr. Thilo Lang

Department: Theory, Methodology and History of Geography

Head: Prof. Dr. Ute Wardenga 

Department: Cartography and Visual Communication

Head: Professor Francis Harvey

Central Geographical Library and Archives for Geography

Head: Dr. Heinz Peter Brogiato

News

Events

21.11.2019 to 22.11.2019, Berlin

Edge Conference "Creation and valuation of novelty at the margins"

Dr Thilo Lang presents results of an IfL study on world market leaders outside of agglomerations 

25.11.2019, Leipzig

Making sense of diverse spatialities of innovation

IfL workshop in the context of the Collaborative Research Centre “Processes of Spatialization under the Global... 

15.05.2020 to 26.05.2020, Leipzig, Germany

Call for Paper Proposals

Workshop "Conjunctural Geographies of Postsocialist and Postcolonial Conditions: Theory Thirty Years after 1989" 

Publications

Frühauf, Manfred (Herausgeber/-in) / Guggenberger, Georg (Herausgeber/-in) / Meinel, Tobias (Herausgeber/-in) / Theesfeld, Insa (Herausgeber/-in) / Lentz, Sebastian (Herausgeber/-in)
(2020)
KULUNDA: climate smart agriculture : South Siberian agro-steppe as pioneering region for sustainable land use. -
Cham, Switzerland, Springer. xxvi, 522 Seiten (Innovations in landscape research)
Wiest, Karin
(2019)
Preface: Postmigrantische Stadt? : Urbane Migrationsgesellschaften als Ausgangspunkt für einen kritisch-normativen Perspektivwechsel in der sozialgeographischen Stadtforschung. -
In: Geographica helvetica, 74 (2019), 4, Seite 273-283
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