Dr Karin Wiest

Senior Researcher

Dr. Karin Wiest
© IfL / Franziska Frenzel

CV

At the IfL since 1992

1985–1991: Studies in geography and spatial planning at the Technical University of Munich (graduated with a degree in geography)

Research interests

Comparative urban studies, migration studies, housing market studies, social and cultural geography
Regions: Germany, former eastern states of Germany, EU countries

Projects

The everyday experiences of young refugees and asylumseekers in public spaces (EYERASPS)
Locally stranded, globally embedded

Completed projects

Potentials of immigration for a sustainable regional development in Saxony-Anhalt
Visualising urban dynamics
Between gentrification and decay
Social change and the development of neighborhoods
WOMEN
Adapt2DC
SEMIGRA - The research Project was intended to provide insights into the reasons for and effects of the one-sided out-migration of women from rural regions in Europe, aiming to improve concepts for spatial and regional development taking age- and gender-specific aspects into account.
Residential decision-making in polycentric city regions

Publications

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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
Wiest, Karin / Kirndörfer, Elisabeth
(2019)
Paradoxe Aushandlungen von Migration im Diskurs um die Leipziger Eisenbahnstraße. -
In: Raumforschung und Raumordnung, 2019, Seite 1-18
Wiest, Karin
(2019)
Migrationsgesellschaft und Zusammenleben im Quartier : differenzierte Aushandlungsbedingungen in ost- und westdeutschen Stadtkontexten. -
In: RaumPlanung / 202 (2019), Seite 77-83
Wiest, Karin
(2018)
Rezension/Book Review: Schönig, Barbara; Kadi, Justin; Schipper, Sebastian (Hrsg.) (2017): Wohnraum für alle?! Perspektiven auf Planung, Politik und Architektur. -
In: Raumforschung und Raumordnung / Schwerpunkt Suburbanisation and suburbanisms 76 (2018) 2, Seite 173-175
Wiest, Karin
(2017)
Szirmai, V. (ed.): “Artificial Towns” in the 21st Century: Social Polarisation in the New Town Regions of East-Central Europe. -
In: Hungarian geographical bulletin / 66 (2017) 2, Seite 179-182
Bode, Volker / Wiest, Karin
(2017)
Selbstgenutztes Wohneigentum: regionale Unterschiede in Deutschland und Europa. -
In: Nationalatlas aktuell / 11 (13.11.2017) 9
Wiest, Karin / Baldin, Marie-Luise / Hildebrandt, Sophia / Montanari, Giulia
(2017)
Genossenschaftliche Prinzipien und genossenschaftliche Alltagspraxis : der gemeinschaftliche Wohnungssektor in Leipzig. -
In: Raumforschung und Raumordnung / 75 (2017) 2, Seite 143-156
Wiest, Karin
(2016)
Introduction: Women and migration in rural Europe - explanations and implications. -
In: Women and migration in rural Europe: labour markets, representations and policies. - Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, Seite 1-22
Leibert, Tim / Wiest, Karin
(22 January 2016)
The interplay of gender and migration in Europe's remote and economically weak rural regions : introduction to a special issue. -
In: Journal of rural studies, 43 (2016-00-00), Seite 261-266
Wiest, Karin (Herausgeber/-in)
(2016)
Women and migration in rural Europe : labour markets, representations and policies. -
Basingstoke, Hampshire, Palgrave Macmillan. xvi, 257 Seiten
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Contact

Dr Karin Wiest
Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde
Schongauerstraße 9
04328 Leipzig

K_Wiest(at)ifl-leipzig.de
Tel.: +49 341 600 55-251

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