dr. Bas Spierings
B.Spierings@uu.nl
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All publications
  2016 - Scholarly publications
Spierings, B., van Aalst, I. & van Melik, Rianne (24.02.2016). Parallel Lives on the Plaza: Young Dutch Women of Turkish and Moroccan Descent and their Feelings of Comfort and Control on Rotterdam’s Schouwburgplein. Space and Culture, 19 (2), (pp. 150-163).
  2014 - Scholarly publications
Schapendonk, J., van Liempt, I. & Spierings, B. (2014). Travellers and their journeys: A dynamic conceptualisaton of transient migrants' and backpackers' behaviour and experiences on the road. Migration studies, 3 (1), (pp. 49-67).
Szytniewski, Bianca & Spierings, Bas (01.01.2014). Encounters with Otherness - Implications of (Un)familiarity for Daily Life in Borderlands. Journal of Borderlands Studies, 29 (3), (pp. 339-351) (13 p.).
  2013 - Scholarly publications
  2012 - Scholarly publications
Spierings, B. (2012). Economic flows, spatial folds and intra-urban borders: Reflections on city centre redevelopment plans from a European border studies perspective. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 103 (1), (pp. 110-117) (8 p.).
Spierings, B. (2012). Imaginations of consumerism and the making of consumption spaces: flanerie and unfamiliarity. In M. Miles & J. Savage (Eds.), Nutopia. Envisioning Cities: Past, Present and Future. (pp. 26-35) (10 p.). Plymouth: University of Plymouth Press.
Spierings, B. & van der Velde, M. (2012). Cross-border differences and unfamiliarity: Shopping mobility in the Dutch-German Rhine-Waal Euroregion. European Planning Studies, 21 (1), (pp. 5-23) (19 p.).
Spierings, B. & van der Velde, M. (2012). Cross-border mobility, unfamiliarity and development policy in Europe. European Planning Studies, 21 (1), (pp. 1-4) (4 p.).
  2012 - Professional publications
Atzema, O.A.L.C., Olden, H. & Spierings, B. (2012). Kansen voor binnensteden in veranderende markten; essay voor de toekomstverkenning binnensteden Trendbureau Overijssel. Utrecht: [ESD2] Expertisecentrum Stedelijke Dynamiek en Duurzaamheid.
Atzema, O.A.L.C., Olden, H. & Spierings, B. (2012). Kansen voor binnensteden in veranderende markten; essay voor de toekomstverkenning binnensteden van de provincie Gelderland. Utrecht: [ESD2] Expertisecentrum Stedelijke Dynamiek en Duurzaamheid.
Seghers, A., Seghrouchni, Z., Duppen, J. & Spierings, B. (2012). Tussenruimten in de Tilburgse spoorzone. AGORA : Magazine voor Sociaalruimtelijke vraagstukken, 4, (pp. 18-23) (6 p.).
Spierings, B. (2012). Leegstand als kans. De Architect, 43 (5), (pp. 108-109) (2 p.).
van Houtum, H. & Spierings, B. (2012). Borderscapes. AGORA : Magazine voor Sociaalruimtelijke vraagstukken, 4, (pp. 4-5) (2 p.).
  2011 - Professional publications
Spierings, B. (2011). De spookstad leeft!. Geografie, 20 (8), (pp. 28-30) (3 p.).
van Duppen, J.L.C.M. & Spierings, B. (2011). Betekenisvolle leegte in Berlijn: de Cuvrybrache. Geografie, 20 (1), (pp. 28-30) (3 p.).
  2010 - Scholarly publications
van Velde, B.M.R. & Spierings, B. (2010). Consumer mobility and the communication of difference: reflecting on cross-border shopping practices in the Dutch-German borderland. Journal of Borderlands Studies, 25 (3-4), (pp. 195-210) (16 p.).
  2009 - Scholarly publications
Spierings, B. (2009). Producing urban (dis)similarity: entrepreneurial governance, consumer mobiltiy and competitive consumption spaces; the case of the Enschede region. In B. Arts, A. Lagendijk & H. van Houtum (Eds.), The Desoriented State: Shifts in Governmentality, Territoriality and Governance (pp. 141-159) (19 p.). Berlijn: Springer.
Spierings, B. (2009). Travelling an urban puzzle: the construction, experience and communcation of multi(pli)cities. Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies
  2009 - Professional publications
Ernste, H., Hooghuis, F. & Spierings, B. (2009). Aardrijkskunde Olympiade van 2008: leerlingen struikelen over begrip 'identiteit'. Geografie, 18 (3), (pp. 34-37) (4 p.).
Spierings, B. (2009). Doing nothing and urban change. In J. Savage (Eds.), Depending on Time (pp. 24-24) (1 p.). Cardiff: Savage.
Spierings, B. (2009). Doing nothing, urban decay and unfamiliar cities. Nutopia, (pp. 22-22) (1 p.).
  2008 - Scholarly publications
Spierings, B. & van Houtum, H. (2008). The Brave New World of the post-society: the mass-production of the individual consumer and the emergence of template cities. European Planning Studies, 16 (7), (pp. 901-911) (11 p.).
Spierings, B. & van Velde, B.M.R. (2008). Shopping, borders and unfamiliarity: consumer mobility in Europe. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 99 (4), (pp. 497-505) (9 p.).
  2008 - Professional publications
Spierings, B. (2008). Funshoppen in binnensteden: de intentie van het 'klavertje 3' van Nijmegen. Geografie, 17 (8), (pp. 18-20) (3 p.).
Spierings, B. (2008). Zoek de verschillen. Signalen uit de binnenstad (pp. 17-18) (2 p.). Boxtel: Platform Binnenstadsmanagement, Jaarpublicatie 2008.
  2007 - Scholarly publications
Spierings, B. (2007). Cities, consumption and competition. The image of consumerism and the making of city centres. Social and Cultural Geography, 8 (1), (pp. 161) (1 p.).
  2007 - Professional publications
Spierings, B. (2007). Beelden van consumenten in binnensteden. Een politiek cultureel-economisch analyse van binnenstadsprojecten. Vrijetijdstudies, 25 (2), (pp. 63-67) (5 p.).
van Houtum, H. & Spierings, B. (2007). Barcode humans. On the fabrication of consumers in the super-market society. Urban Politics Now. Re-Imagining Democracy in the Neoliberal City. (pp. 182-196) (15 p.). Rotterdam: NAi Uitgevers.
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Project:
From centres of exclusion to cities of inclusion: Encounters, knowledge exchange and conflict between asylum seekers and local communities
01.09.2015 to 31.08.2019
General project description 

 


Policies of dispersing asylum seekers to asylum centres are often understood to produce societal exclusion. However, it is unclear how variations in asylum centres? spatial, material and social structures reinforce processes of stereotyping, or by contrast, contribute to the inclusion of asylum seekers. This research will provide a nuanced account of the everyday social relations in and around three different types of asylum centres located in Bavaria, Germany, and will employ the concept of (un)familiarity to analyze the relations between asylum seekers and local residents. The methods used are photo diaries, semi-structured interviews, participant observation and postal surveys.

Role Researcher Funding
NWO grant: NWO Talentbeurs
Project members UU

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dr. B. Spierings Contact details
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