Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
Institut für Geographie und Geoökologie
Corina Buckenberger has been on parental leave since May 2019.
Urban geography and housing
Social and economic geography
Residential environments and people
Lecturer, PostDoc, Department of Geography and Geoecology, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
PhD in Geography, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Thesis title: “Housing qualities: Myths and meanings in Auckland, New Zealand”
Teaching Assistant, Tutor and Guest Lecturer at the School of Environment, University of Auckland, New Zealand
BSc (eqv.) Mathematics
MSc (eqv.) Geography
Thesis title:”Historical Geography of Monaco”
MSc (eqv.) Mathematics
Tertiary Studies in Geography, Chemistry and Mathematics at the University of Karlsruhe
Contributions in peer-reviewed journals
2015Buckenberger, C. (2015): Review. Peter Hall (2014): Good cities, better lives – how Europe discovered the lost art of urbanism. Housing Studies. 10.1080/02673037.2015.1051309
2012Buckenberger, C. (2012): Meanings of housing qualities in suburbia: empirical evidence from Auckland, New Zealand. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 27(1), pp. 69–88. 10.1007/s10901-011-9241-x
2008Buckenberger, C. (2008): How quality matters: Insights into the life-time of Auckland’s typical homes. In: Finch, L. (ed.): Seachange: New and renewed urban landscapes 9th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference Proceedings (CD).
Publications in Conference Proceedings
2015Buckenberger, C. (2015): Town and gown – an explorative investigation into the urban fabric of studentification in Karlsruhe, Germany. In: ENHR conference “Housing and Cities in a time of change: are we focusing on People?”, Lissabon, Portugal.
2014Buckenberger, C. (2014): Housing qualities: the insiders’ views. In: ENHR conference “Beyond Globalisation: Remaking housing policy in a complex world”, Edinburgh, Scotland.
2012Buckenberger, C. (2012): The significance of gentrification and DIY in the making of housing qualities – empirical evidence from Auckland, New Zealand. In: ENHR conference “Housing: Local Welfare and Local Markets in a Globalized World”, Lillehammer, Norway.
2010Buckenberger, C. (2010): “Only the inside of the house is really mine”: moving towards a new sense of place – evidence from Auckland, New Zealand. In: ENHR conference "Urban Dynamics and Housing Change - Crossing into the 2nd Decade of the 3rd Millennium", Istanbul, Turkey.
2009Buckenberger, C. (2009): Housing qualities in suburban Auckland – the suburban pavlova paradise? In: Proceedings of Asia Pacific Network of Housing Research (APNHR) Conference and Australasian Housing Researchers Conference (AHRC), Sydney, Australia.
2008Buckenberger, C. (2008): Dream homes or wooden tents? Insights into suburban housing quality experiences in Auckland. pp. 131–147. In: Kristensen, H. (ed.): Proceedings from the conference: Home and Urbanity. Copenhagen, Denmark: Centre for Housing and Welfare.
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