We are interested in the different meanings of spaces for people - physical-material spaces, spaces constructed by discourses and symbols, spaces produced by concrete everyday actions - as well as in the influence of human actions on space. Researching and teaching human geography with a European focus means asking how different spaces in Europe - regions, border spaces, cities, neighbourhoods - change through society, the economy, planning and politics and in turn structure them. Human geography offers a versatile interface between people and materiality and deals with current issues such as dynamics on housing markets, digitalization of urban development or spatial dissemination of knowledge.


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