Field of Work
Prof. Hannemanns research focus includes the transition of housing, urbanity as a lifestyle, recearch concerning micropolis, history and future of industrial cities as well as architecture as a profession ans architecture within the field of empirical social research. Other focal aspects consist of the inclusion of societal, social and cultural perspectives of architekture and urban planning. Aspects and dimensions of the reciprocity of human needs are further key points, as well as various purposes and man made environments.
Christine Hannemann, born 1960 in Berlin, studied sociology at the University of technologie in Berlin. 1994 to 2011 she was employed in the department of city- and regional sociology at the Humbold University in Berlin. In the year 2003 she received her board certification in sociology. Her noumerous guestprofessorships took her among others to USA, France and Brasil. Hannemann furthermore led various third-party research projects. Since 2011 Prof. Dr. phil. habil. Christine Hannemann leads the Department, ʺSociology of Architecture and Housingʺ, wich is part of the Institute for Housing and the Environment, at the faculty of architecture and urban planning of Stuttgart university.