dr. Thomas Hartmann
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MOVED TO WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY

Dear friends and colleagues,

since 1st of March I have left Utrecht University to start as Associate Professor at the Land Use Planning Group at Wageningen University in the Netherlands. My focal areas of JUSTICE & THE CITY, LAND POLICY & INSTRUMENTS, and LAND & WATER GOVERNANCE (i.e. flood risk management) remain.

Please update your records! My new e-mail address is thomas.hartmann@wur.nl.
My phone number is +31 (0) 317 - 48 5095, mobile you can reach me at +31 (0) 6 - 18 35 14 91

You will find my new profile page (although still under construction) here: https://www.vcard.wur.nl/Views/Profile/View.aspx?id=82609

I am very much looking forward to this new position and I hope to further collaborate with you! If you have any questions or ideas for collaborations - don't hesitate: thomas.hartmann@wur.nl.

Best regards

Thomas Hartmann

Many of his responsibilities at Utrecht University will be taken over by Patrick Witte (in particular the master coordination of the master spatial planning).

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Environmental Governance, Land Policy, and Justice in the City

Dr. Thomas Hartmann was assistant professor at the Dept. Human Geography and Spatial Planning of Utrecht University. He is involved in research and teaching (BSc Human Geography and Planning and MSc Spatial Planning). Thomas Hartmann has a special expertise and research interest in: 

  • Planning theory, with a specialisation in aspects of justice and ethics in the city.
  • Land policies and planning instruments.
  • Land and water governance, with a focus on risk management of river floods.

Collaboration with Planning Practice

Thomas Hartmann teaches a broad range of courses in spatial planning. In these courses, he closely collaborates with partners from planning practice by inviting guest speakers, conduct exercises and assignments in collaboration with municipalities and also by using cases and examples from practice.

International affiliations

Thomas Hartmann is also affiliated as a guest professor with the Czech Jan Evangelista Purkyne University (UJEP) in Usti nad Labem, Faculty of Social and Economic Studies. During the winter semesters 2015/2016 and 2017/2018, Thomas Hartmann is guest professor at the University of Vienna, Department of Geography and Regional Research, where he teaches courses on "Justice in the City" and "Land Policy for Scarce Ressources". In addition, Thomas Hartmann teaches as guest lecturer at Bon University (Germany) in the master programme "Disaster Prevention and Management" the module "Flood Risk Management".

You may approach him in English, German, or Dutch.

Meet Thomas Hartmann! Opportunities are...


Urban morphology and plural rationalities - paper in press

How does urban form fit a plural society? As part of a special issue in Jane Jacobs, justice and ethics in CITIES, Thomas Hartmann and Mathias Jehling explore how different types of urban morphology relate to different ways urban space is managed by its inhabitants. The paper develops a theoretical framework to explore how diversity is incorporated in urban design. Cultural Theory is therefore used to make pluralism analysable and it is linked to different forms of managing urban space in different types of goods. This is applied to analyse four idealistic urban spaces in the city of Leipzig.

The paper is now in press and about to be published in CITIES soon.


New special issue comming up on flood resilience of private properties

Thomas Hartmann, Cathy Suykens, Marleen van Rijswick and Tejo Spit launch a new special issue in WATER INTERNATIONAL on how to address homeowners in existing urban areas to increase flood resilience on private land.

Despite considerable efforts in flood risk management over the last few decades, the implementation of resilience in urban areas is still in their infancy. This accounts in particular for existing built-up areas. Research to date on reducing floods’ impacts have focused largely on improved planning of future development and on adapting publicly owned structures and land. Scholars and practitioners have given less attention to existing privately owned residential houses, which constitute the large majority of buildings, in particular in urban areas.

This special issue brings together scholars from different disciplines – ranging from flood risk management, to law & property rights and risk governance & planning – to discuss how to address homeowners to better stimulate property-level flood protection measures on their homes.

The proposal of the special issue has just been accepted and there will be a workshop with the authors in spring 2018. The special issue is planned for publication presumably early 2019.


The just City - collaboration with City of Vienna

Thomas Hartmann collaborates with the city of Vienna to explore urban design ideas for a new urban development at the Petersbach in Vienna. This is embedded in the course "justice and the city" at the University of Vienna, where students actively participate by preparing urban design sketches for how to develop this area as a just city. Results are presented 14 February in Vienna to urban planners of the city of Vienna.


AJCC Most Influential Paper Award 2017

The paper Hartmann, T. and Spit, T. (2014) Capacity Building for the Integration of Climate Adaptation into Urban Planning Processes: The Dutch Experience. American Journal of Climate Change, 3, 245-252. doi: 10.4236/ajcc.2014.33023 was awarded the prize as most influential paper of the journal. It was among others was cited by Nature Communications and Nature Geosciences.

In this contribution, we explore the possibilities of integrating climate adaptation measures in urban planning processes in the Netherlands.


Editor of the Journal of Flood Risk Management

Thomas Hartmann serves as editor of this journal by CIWEM.

The Journal of Flood Risk Management provides an international platform for knowledge sharing in all areas related to flood risk. Its explicit aim is to disseminate ideas across the range of disciplines where flood related research is carried out and it provides content ranging from leading edge academic papers to applied content with the practitioner in mind.


Guest Professorship: Spatial Planning and Theory

Thomas Hartmann is appointend guest professor at the Czech Jan Evangelista Purkyne University (UJEP) in Usti nad Labem. He will teach a PhD seminar on "Spatial Planning and Theory", starting in November 2017.


Guest Lecturer: Flood Risk Management

In December the seminar on Flood Risk Management in the study Disaster Management and Prevention at the University of Bon starts. Thomas Hartmann teaches this seminar together with Georg Johann from the Emscher/Lippe water board.


Guest Professorship: Justice & the City

During winter semester 2017/2018 Thomas Hartmann is appointend guest professor at the University of Vienna, Department of Geography and Regional Research. He will teach two seminars: one in December and January on "Justice in the City", the other one in February on "Instruments of Land Policy and Scarce Ressources".


Interview: The Just City and Urban Space in Vienna

How does the just city look like? How does justice in the city and healthy urban living correlate? These questions have been asked by the city of Vienna in Austria in an interview with Thomas Hartmann. He explains that there are different concepts of justice that need to be balanced in city planning. With examples of the city of Vienna, he illustrates how the just city looks like. Read the full interview (only in German) here (pages 8-11).


Vice-Action Chair of COST ACTION LAND4FLOODS - Natural Flood Retention on Private Land

The cost action Natural Flood Retention on Private Land has been accepted. It continues the activity of the FLOODLAND network (www.floodland.net). The action is led by Lenka Slavíková from the Czech University in Ústí nad Labem and Thomas Hartmann. The next meeting will be in November in Prague.


Water Governance Initiative

Thomas Hartmann will participate at the 9th meeting of the OECD Water Governance Initiative in Paris early July. The focus will be on the discussion of idicators to measure the 12 principles.


FUTURE DELTAS seed money proposal approved

The project "Preparing urban private property for floods (FLOOD PREP-PROP): resilience and recovery in built up areas" in the progamme Future Deltas has been approved. The seed money will enable activities to research flood resilience and recovery of existing privately owned urban structures, particularly those in older and historic city centers. Specifically, the output from an international workshop to be held at Utrecht University will (1) inform and enable presentations by Utrecht University researchers at a subsequent conference, and (2) provide material for a special issue of a scholarly journal. Our intention is to lay the foundation for a proposal for research funding under an international mechanism such as Horizon 2020.

The project is in collaboration with the Utrecht Centre for Water, Oceans and Sustainability Law.


 

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Curriculum vitae

Current Affiliation: Wageningen (NL), Usti Nad Labem (CZ), Bonn (DE) and Vienna (AT)

In March 2018, Thomas Hartmann will start as Associate Professor at the Land Use Planning Group of Wageningen University & Research, the Netherlands.

In addition to his position at Wageningen University & Research, Thomas Hartmann is also affiliated with Jan Evangelista Purkyne University (UJEP) in Usti nad Labem (Czech Republic), where he is employed at the Faculty of Social and Economic Studies and he is a lecturer for in the MSc programme “Disaster Management and Prevention” at the University of Bonn, Germany. During winter semester 2015/2016 and 2017/2018, Thomas Hartmann was appointed guest professor at the Department of Geography and Regional Research of the University of Vienna (Austria). He taught in the MSc Geography & Regional Planning two seminars, one on land policy and scarce resources, and one on justice in the city.

Assistant Professor at Utrecht University

Thomas Hartmann was appointed Assistant Professor at the Department of Human Geography and Spatial Planning, Utrecht University in 2013. He taught in the BSc Human Geography and Planning and MSc Spatial Planning, and was the coordinator of the master programme on Spatial Planning.

PostDoc at Utrecht University

In 2010, he started as a postdoc at the Department of Human Geography and Spatial Planning, Utrecht University. He started teaching Planning Theory in the BSc Human Geography and Planning and researched on the relation of land and water from various perspectives.

Research assistant & PhD at TU Dortmund University

Since 2005, Thomas Hartmann worked as research assistant at the department for Land Policy, Land Management and Municipal Geoinformation of the School of Spatial Planning, TU Dortmund University. He taught and supervised various courses, completed research activities - independently and in collaboration, and worked on his PhD. In 2009, he finished his PhD on "Clumsy Floodplains - Responsive Land Policy for Extreme Floods", at the School of Spatial Planning, TU Dortmund University and received the academic title "Dr. rer.pol." (rerum politicarum). During this time he spent some time as guest researcher at the Radboud University Nijmegen.

Study of Spatial Planning

Thomas Hartmann is an engineer of spatial planning (Dipl.-Ing), which he studied Spatial Planning at TU Dortmund University and the University of Kaiserslautern, Germany. He focused his study on flood protection and spatial planning.

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Featured pending publications (see below for complete list of published work)

CITIES

In May 2016, Jane Jacobs would have had her 100th birthday. To mark the occasion, Thomas Hartmann, Claudia Basta (Wageningen University), and Stefano Moroni (Politecnico di Milano) organize a special issue on "People making cities – cities making justice: Jane Jacobs, ethics and justice"in the journal CITIES.

This special issue explores the intersection between Jacobs’ position on ‘the making of the city’ and the debate on the ‘just city’.

SPRINGER Together with Lenka Slavikova (J.E.P. University Usti nad Labem, CZ) and Simon McCarthy, Middelsex University, UK), Thomas Hartmann is working on an edited volume of a SPRINGER book on "Nature-Based Flood Risk Managemengt on Private Land", where different cases form all over Europe are presented and discussed from multiple disciplines.

 

2018

Academic publications

van Straalen, Fennie; Hartmann, Thomas; Sheehan, Spit, Tejo J.M. (2018) Expectation management at the local scale: Legal failure of public participation for large urban planning projects. TeMA. Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment. In Press.

Rindrasih, Erda; Hartmann, Thomas; Witte, Patrick & Zoomers, Annelies (2018). Travelling without a helmet - Tourists’ Vulnerabilities and Responses to Disasters in Indonesia. Disasters. Impact Factor: 1.255. In Press

Hartmann, Thomas & Jehling, Mathias (2018). From diversity to justice –
Unraveling pluralistic rationalities in urban design. Cities. doi: 10.1016/j.cities.2018.02.009 Impact Factor: 2.449. In Press.

Hartmann, Thomas, Jirina Jílková; Schanze, Jochen (2018). Land for Flood Risk Management: A catchment-wide and cross-disciplinary perspective. Journal of Flood Risk Management. SPECIAL ISSUE. Impact Factor: 3.121. In Press.

JFRM

Jirina Jílková (University of J. E. Purkyne in Ústí nad Labem), Jochen Schanze (IÖR Dresden) and Thomas Hartmann are editors of the forthcoming special issue "Land for Flood Risk Management" in the Journal of Flood Risk Management.

Contributions address the issue of land and floods risk management from various disciplines - covering hydraulics, economics, governance, spatial planning and others. It is an activity of the network FLOODLAND (see www.floodland.net) and the COST action LAND4FLOOD (www.land4flood.eu)

 

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2018). Dynamics of Land Policies – Triggers and Implications. Land Use Policy. SPECIAL ISSUE. Impact Factor: 3.089. In Press.

LUP

A special issue on "Dilemmas of Dynamics of Land Policy" is currently under preparation in the Journal Land Use Policy. The special issue is edited by Thomas Hartmann and Tejo Spit.

The aim of this special issue is twofold: first of all, discussing particular cases of dynamics of land policies and its dilemmas, but second of all to show the viability of using a methodological framework to identify and discuss the dilemmas of dynamics of land policies.

 

Holtslag-Broekhof, Sanne; Hartmann, Thomas; Spit, Tejo J.M. (2018). Compulsory acquisition in the Netherlands. In Glen Searle (ed.) Compulsory Property Acquisition for Densification. Abington: Routledge. In Press.

Needham, Barrie; Buitelaar, Edwin; Hartmann, Thomas (2018). Planning, Law and Economics: The Rules We Make for Using Land (2nd edition). Abington: Routledge. In Press.

PLE 2006

This is the completely revised second edition of Barrie Needham's book "Planning, Law and Economics". Barrie Needham therefore joined up with Thomas Hartmann and Edwin Buitelaar.

The aim of this book is to explain why knowledge of law is important for understanding the practice of spatial planning and for practising it in a responsible way.

 

Gerber, Jean-David; Hartmann, Thomas; Hengstermann, Andreas, eds., (2018). Instruments of Land Policy – Dealing with Scarcity of Land. Abington: Routledge.

Hartmann, Thomas & Gerber, Jean-David (2018). Land, scarcity, and property rights. In: Gerber et al. (eds) Instruments of Land Policy – Dealing with Scarcity of Land (pp. 3-7). Abington: Routledge.

Hengstermann, Andreas & Hartmann, Thomas (2018). Instruments of land policy – four types of intervention. In: Gerber et al. (eds) Instruments of Land Policy – Dealing with Scarcity of Land (pp. 27-32). Abington: Routledge.

Gerber, Jean-David; Hartmann, Thomas; Hengstermann, Andreas (2018). Planning with or against property rights. In: Gerber et al. (eds) Instruments of Land Policy – Dealing with Scarcity of Land(pp. 337-349). Abington: Routledge.

INSTRUMENTS OF LAND POLICIES

This book has a special format: 13 instruments of land policy are presented in their respective context, and then commented by academics from a different perspective. The aim of this book it to examine not only how instruments of land policy are used to tackle the complex distribution of property rights, but also how they can be strategically used to manage the scarcity of land.

"This book offers a fresh and much-needed perspective on one set of instruments that planners in many countries use to resolve competition among land uses – instruments grounded in property rights and land use regulations" - Rachelle Alterman, foreword of the book.

 

van Straalen, Fennie; Hartmann, Thomas; Sheehan, John (eds) (2018). Property rights and climate change. Land-use under changing environmental conditions. Abington: Routledge.

van Straalen, Fennie; Hartmann, Thomas; Sheehan, John (2018). Changing environmental conditions, property rights and land use planning. In van Straalen, Fennie; Hartmann, Thomas; Sheehan, John (eds), Property rights and climate change. Land-use under changing environmental conditions (pp. 1-10). Abington: Routledge.

Hartmann, Thomas; van Straalen, Fennie; Sheehan, John (2018). The social construction of changing environmental conditions. In van Straalen, Fennie; Hartmann, Thomas; Sheehan, John (eds), Property rights and climate change. Land-use under changing environmental conditions(pp. 182-190). Abington: Routledge.

PRCC Property Rights and Climate Change explores the multifarious relationships between different types of climate-driven environmental changes and property rights. This original contribution to the literature examines such climate changes through the lens of property rights, rather than through the lens of land use planning. The inherent assumption pursued is that the different types of environmental changes, with their particular effects and impact on land use, share common issues regarding the relation between the social construction of land via property rights and the dynamics of a changing environment. SEE THE ONLINE LANDac MINI LECTURE BY FENNIE VAN STRAALEN

 

Scholten, Tom, & Hartmann, Thomas (2018). Flood resilience and legitimacy: An exploration of Dutch flood risk management. In E.-M. Trell, B. Restemeyer, M. M. Bakema, & B. van Hoven (Eds.), Governing for Resilience in Vulnerable Places (pp. 77–91). Oxon: Routledge.

Hartmann, Thomas (2018). Ethik in der Raumplanung. In Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung (eds), Handwörterbuch der Stadt- und Raumentwicklung. Hannover: ARL. In Press.

 

Professional publications

Slavíková, Lenka & Hartmann, Thomas (2018). How Private Land Matters in Flood Risk Management. IWRA Policy Brief. In Press.

Kaufmann, Maria, & Hartmann, Thomas (2018). Die Niederlande und Wasser: vom technischen Küstenschutz zum Deltaprogramm im Hinterland. Geographische Rundschau, 2018(3), 20–25.

 

2017

Academic publications

van Oosten, Thomas; Witte, Patrick; Hartmann, Thomas (2017). Active land policy in small municipalities in the Netherlands: “We don’t do it, unless...”. Land Use Policy. doi: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2017.10.029.

Thaler, Thomas; Löschner, Lukas; Hartmann, Thomas (2017). The introduction of catchment-wide co-operations: scalar reconstructions and transformation in Austria in flood risk management. Land Use Policy, 68, 563–573. doi: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2017.08.023

Machác, Jan; Hartmann, Thomas; Jilkova, Jirina (2017). Negotiating land for flood risk management – Upstream-downstream in the light of economic game theory. Journal of Flood Risk Management. doi: 10.1111/jfr3.12317

Roos, Mathijs; Hartmann, Thomas; Spit, Tejo & Johann, Georg (2017). Constructing Risks – Internalisation of Flood Risks in the Flood Risk Management Plan. Environmental Science and Policy, 74, 23-29. doi: 10.1016/j.envsci.2017.04.007.

Gerber, Jean-David; Narath, Stéphane; Hartmann, Thomas (2017). The strategic use of time-limited property rights in land-use planning. Evidence from Switzerland. Environment and Planning A, 49(7), 1684-1703. doi: 10.1177/0308518X17701916.

Saputra, Erlis; Hartmann, Thomas; Zoomers, Annelies; Spit, Tejo J.M. (2017). Fighting the ignorance: The response to land subsidence by public authorities and land users in Indonesia. American Journal of Climate Change. 6(1): 1-21. doi: 10.4236/ajcc.2017.61001.

Hartmann, Thomas & Driessen, Peter P.J. (2017). The Flood Risk Management Plan: Towards spatial water governance. Journal of Flood Risk Management, 10(2), 145–154, doi: 10.1111/jfr3.12077

 

Professional publications

Jehling, Mathias, & Hartmann, Thomas. (2017). Gerechtigkeit und Infrastrukturplanung. Politische Studien, 2017(475), 80–88.

Jehling, Mathias und Hartmann, Thomas (2017). Daseinsvorsorge zwischen Markt, Macht und Moral. Räumliche Szenarien zur Gerechtigkeit. In: Deutschen Akademie für Städtebau und Landesplanung (eds.): Stadt Denken 1 (pp. 92-100). Berlin: DASL.

Hartmann, Thomas & Basta, Claudia (2017). International conference ‘Jane Jacobs 100’, Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture, 24–25 May 2016. Town Planning Review (TPR), 88(2), 257–261. doi: 10.3828/tpr.2017.1.

Jehling, Mathias, & Hartmann, Thomas (2017). Widerspruch und Überlagerung: räumliche Szenarien zur Gerechtigkeit. In W. de Vries (Ed.), Attraktiv und lukrativ. Ideelle und finanzielle Wertschätzungen Ländlicher Räume. Materialiensammlung des Lehrstuhls für Bodenordnung und Landentwicklung: Vol. 49 (pp. 22–25). München: Lehrstuhl für Bodenordnung und Landentwicklung.

 

2016

Academic publications

Schmitt, Sarah Maria & Hartmann, Thomas (2016). Clumsy city by design – a theory for Jane Jacobs’ imperfect cities? Urban Planning, 1(4): 42-50. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.17645/up.v1i4.732

Hartmann, Thomas, & Geertman, Stan (2016). Planning Theory. In J. Torfing & C. Ansell (Eds.), Handbook on Theories of Governance (pp. 61-70). Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.

van Ruiten, Leon & Hartmann, Thomas (2016). The spatial turn and the scenario approach in flood risk management – Implementing the European Floods Directive in the Netherlands. AIMS Environmental Science. 3(4): 697-713. doi: 10.3934/environsci.2016.4.697

Thaler, Thomas, & Hartmann, Thomas. (2016). Justice and flood risk management: Reflecting on different approaches to distribute and allocate flood risk management in Europe. Natural Hazards, 83(1), 129–147. doi: 10.1007/s11069-016-2305-1

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2016). Frontiers of Land and Water Governance in Urban Regions. Routledge Special Issues on Water Policy and Governance. Oxon: Routlegde.

Tempels, Barbara & Hartmann, Thomas (2016). A co-evolving frontier between land and water: dilemmas of flexibility versus robustness in flood risk management. In Hartmann. T. & Spit, T. (eds) Frontiers of Land and Water Governance in Urban Regions (pp. 82-93). Oxon: Routlegde.

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M.(2016). Introduction. In Hartmann. T. & Spit, T. (eds) Frontiers of Land and Water Governance in Urban Regions (pp. 1-7). Oxon: Routlegde.

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M.(2016). Legitimizing differentiated flood protection levels - Consequences of the European flood risk management plan. Environmental Science & Policy, 55, 361–367. doi: 10.1016/j.envsci.2015.08.013.

 

Professional publications

Hartmann Thomas (2016). Responsive Beteiligung beim europäischen Hochwasserrisikomanagementplan. In: Schmitt, Hanna C.; Danielzyk, Rainer; Greiving, Stefan; Gruehn, Dietwald; Thinh Nguyen X.; Warner, Barbara (eds): Raummuster: Struktur - Dynamik - Planung (pp. 89-98). Klartext-Verlag, Dortmund.

Hartmann, Thomas & Scheibel, Marc (2016). Flood Label for buildings – a tool for more flood-resilient cities. FloodRISK 2016, E3S Web of Conferences, 7, 13006. doi:10.1051/e3sconf/20160713006

Jehling, Mathias, & Hartmann, Thomas (2016). Daseinsvorsorge zwischen Markt, Macht und Moral. In: Deutsche Akademie für Städtebau und Landesplanung & Land Niedersachsen (eds.), Daseinsvorsorge und Zusammenhalt (pp. 181-186). Berlin: DASL.

Jehling, Mathias & Hartmann Thomas (2016). Land governance: The LANDac conference in Utrecht, The Netherlands, 8–10 July 2015. Town Planning Review (TPR). 87(1), 99-104.

Roomer, Manou & Hartmann, Thomas (2016). Maatwerk als redding van welstand? Rooilijn - tijdschrift voor wetenschap en beleid in de ruimtelijke ordening, 48(6), 58-63.

 

2015

Academic publications

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M.(2015). Implementing the European flood risk management plan. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 59(2), 360–377. doi:10.1080/09640568.2015.1012581

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2015). Towards an integrated water management - Comparing German and Dutch water law from a spatial planning perspective. International Journal of Water Governance. 3(2), 59–78. doi: 10.7564/14-IJWG68

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2015). Implementing European climate adaptation policy - How local policymakers react to European policy. TeMA. Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment, 7(1), 51-68. doi: 10.6092/1970-9870/2918

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2015). Dilemmas of involvement in land management – Comparing an active (Dutch) and a passive (German) approach. Land Use Policy, 42, 729–737. doi: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2014.10.004

LUP "Dilemmas of involvement in land management – Comparing an active (Dutch) and a passive (German) approach" is the title of a recent publication by Thomas Hartmann and Tejo Spit in the famous journal Land Use Policy. Dutch active land policy and German mandatory land readjustment are taken as an example of an active and passive approach to land management. Not the whole system of land management, but the inherent notions and values in terms of effectiveness, efficiency, democratic legitimacy and the underlying concept of fairness are related to each other.

 

Professional publications

Hartmann, Thomas & Jílková, Jirina (2015). Wasser-Governance matters. Nachrichten der ARL, 3(2015), 45-46.

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2015). Theorie toepasbaar op praktijk: planologie in Utrecht. Rooilijn - tijdschrift voor wetenschap en beleid in de ruimtelijke ordening, 48(1), 32-37.

Hengstermann, Andreas & Hartmann, Thomas (2015). From Control to Co-Evolution TPR Conference report on AESOP 2014. Town Planning Review (TPR), 86(1). 103-108.

 

2014

Academic publications

Tempels, Barbara & Hartmann, Thomas (2014). A co-evolving frontier between land and water: dilemmas of flexibility versus robustness in flood risk management. Water International, 39(6), 872–883. doi: 10.1080/02508060.2014.958797

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M.(2014). Editorial: Frontiers of land and water governance in urban regions. Water International, 39(6), 791–797. doi: 10.1080/02508060.2014.962993

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M.(eds.) (2014). Frontiers of land and water governance in urban regions. Water International, 39(6). SPECIAL ISSUE.

WATER INT As an outcome of a PhD Summer School in August 2013 on "Sustainable Governance of Land and Water", a special issue on "Frontiers of Land and Water Governance in Urban Areas" is published with the journal Water International, and a book has been printed. Contributions cover groundwater governance, water supply and waste water treatment, urban riverscapes, urban flooding, flood risk management and concepts of resilience. Thomas Hartmann and Tejo Spit encouraged the mostly young academics to publish their results in the international and peer-reviewed journal. This is an astonishing result of the PhD Summer School organized by Thomas Hartmann and Tejo Spit in collaboration with the German Academy for Spatial Research and Planning (ARL). The Summer School would not have been possible without the generous co-financing by the Urban and Regional Research Centre Utrecht (URU). See here for the report of the summer school. Results have been presented at a webinar organized by IWRA. Speakers were: Thomas Hartmann, Meike Levin-Keitel (Leibniz University Hanover), Karen Hetz (University Berlin, Germany and University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa), Barbara Tempels (University of Ghent), and Barbara Warner (German Academy for Spatial Research and Planning).

 

Hartmann, Thomas & Hengstermann, Andreas (2014). Territorial cohesion through spatial policies - An analysis with Cultural Theory and clumsy solutions. Central European Journal of Public Policy , 8(1), 30-49.

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2014). Capacity Building for the Integration of Climate Adaptation into Urban Planning Processes: The Dutch Experience. American Journal of Climate Change, 03(03), 245-252.

Donders, Maud A.R.T.; Hartmann, Thomas & Kokx, Anita J.M.C. (2014). E-participation in urban planning: Getting and keeping citizens involved. International Journal of E-Planning Research, 3(2), 54-69. doi: 10.4018/ijepr.2014040104

Hartmann, Thomas & Albrecht, Juliane (2014). From flood protection to flood risk management: condition-based and performance-based regulations in German water law. Journal of Environmental Law, 26(2), 243-268. doi: 10.1093/jel/equ015

Hartmann, Thomas & Juepner, Robert (2014). Editorial: The flood risk management plan between spatial planning and water engineering. Journal of Flood Risk Management. doi: 10.1111/jfr3.12101

Hartmann, Thomas & Jüpner, Robert (eds.) (2014). The European flood risk management plan: Between spatial planning and water engineering. Journal of Flood Risk Management, SPECIAL ISSUE.

JFRM The special issue on the European Flood Risk Management Plan has been published in the Journal of Flood Risk Managament as a result of a research collaboration between Thomas Hartmann and Robert Jüpner, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany. The authors adressed implementation issues of this plan in the tension between spatial planning and water engineering. Robert Jüpner and Thomas Hartmann describe the outline in the editoral. Please contact Thomas Hartmann or check the website of the journal for further information.

 

Hartmann, Thomas & Juepner, Robert (2014). The Flood Risk Management Plan – An essential step towards the institutionalization of a paradigm shift. International Journal of Water Governance, 2(1), 107-118. doi: 10.7564/13-IJWG5

 

Professional publications

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2014). Book Review: M. Reimer, P. Getimis and H. Blotevogel: Spatial planning systems and practices in Europe: a comparative perspective on continuity and changes. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 30(4), 701-703. doi: 10.1007/s10901-014-9422-5

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2014). Policy Brief No. 3: Land and Water Governance in Urban Regions. IWRA: www.iwra.org.

 

2013

Academic publications

Hartmann, Thomas (2013). Der Steuerungsansatz des Hochwasserrisikomanagementplanes zum Zusammenspiel von Raumplanung und Wasserwirtschaft. In V. Lüderitz, A. Dittrich, R. Jüpner, A. Schulte, F. Reinstorf & B. Ettmer (Eds.), Die Elbe im Spannungsfeld von Hochwasserschutz, Naturschutz und Schifffahrt (pp. 126-142). Magdeburg: Shaker.

Hartmann, Thomas & Juepner, Robert (2013). Der Hochwasserrisikomanagementplan; Herausforderung für Wasserwirtschaft und Raumplanung. In J. Stamm & K. Graw (Eds.), Dresdner Wasserbauliche Mitteilungen, 48: Technischer und organisatorischer Hochwasserschutz (pp. 183-192). Dresden: IWD.

 

Professional publications

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2013). Buchrezension: van der Cammen, Hans; de Klerk, Len; Dekker, Gerhard; Witsen, Peter Paul (2013): The Selfmade Land: Culture and Evolution of Urban and Regional Planning in the Netherlands. Raumforschung und Raumordnung, 71(5), 437-438.

Klee, Andreas; Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M.(2013). Sustainable governance of land and water - ARL Summer School 2013. ARL Nachrichten, 43(4), 12-14.

 

2012

Academic publications

Hartmann, Thomas (2012). Land policy for German rivers: Making space for the rivers. In J.F. Warner, A. van Buuren & J. Edelenbos (Eds.), Making space for the river: Governance experiences with multifunctional river flood management in the US and Europe (pp. 121-133). London: IWA Publishing.

Hartmann, Thomas (2012). Wicked problems and clumsy solutions: Planning as expectation management. Planning Theory, 11(3), 242-256. doi: 10.1177/1473095212440427

Needham, Barrie & Hartmann, Thomas (2012). Conclusion. In T. Hartmann & B. Needham (Eds.), Planning by law and property rights reconsidered (pp. 219-228). Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate.

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2012). Managing riverside property: Spatial water management in Germany from a Dutch perspective. In T. Hartmann & B. Needham (Eds.), Planning by law and property rights reconsidered (pp. 97-116). Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate.

Hartmann, Thomas & Needham, Barrie (2012). Introduction: Why reconsider planning by law and property rights? . In T. Hartmann & B. Needham (Eds.), Planning by law and property rights reconsidered (pp. 1-22). Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate.

Hartmann, Thomas & Needham, Barrie (eds.) (2012). Planning by law and property rights reconsidered. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate.

PLPR-R

There is an unavoidable logical relationship between planning, law, and property rights. However, planning by law and property rights is so familiar and taken for granted that we do not think about the theory behind it. This book makes the (often implicit) theory behind planning by law and property rights explicit and relates it to those challenges.

Reviewers mention:

"Hartmann and Needham’s edited book [...], explores how planning can operate effectively in an environment of uncertainty, particularly when constrained by property rights and the long-lasting implications of the built environment. Hartmann and Needham have assembled an engaging set of authors writing on land use planning..." (Blumenthal, P. M., 2016, Journal of Planning Education and Research, 36(3), 383–385).

"... the book has a clear structure, and that allows the reader to have a sense of what kind of argument the book is try to put forward through the various individual contributions [...] the book is certainly a welcome addition to an area of academic inquiry that is becoming increasingly important and deservedly so..." (Magalhães, C. de., 2013, International Planning Studies, 1–3).

 

Professional publications

Hartmann, Thomas (2012). Rationaliteiten in ruimtelijke planvorming: Een theoretisch perspectief op participatiemanagement vanuit de burger. Bestuurswetenschappen, 6, 36-51.

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2012). Book review: Strong stories - How the Dutch are reinventing spatial planning. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 32(4), 502-504.

 

2011

Academic publications

Hartmann, Thomas (2011). Den Flüssen mehr Raum geben - Umsetzungsrestriktionen in Recht und Praxis. Raumforschung und Raumordnung, 69(4), 257-268. doi: 10.1007/s13147-011-0091-5

Hartmann, Thomas (2011). Clumsy Floodplains. Responsive Land Policy for Extreme Floods. Farnham Surrey: Ashgate.

Clumsy Floodplains

Extreme floods cause enormous damage in floodplains, which levees cannot prevent. Therefore, it is vital for spatial planning to provide space for water retention in these areas. Land use planners, water management agencies, landowners, and policymakers all agree on this challenge, but attempts to make the space for rivers to provide retention are generally not very successful. Adopting an innovative interdisciplinary approach, this book examines how society can manage the use of the floodplains along rivers in the face of extreme floods, focusing in particular on the relation between social arrangements and the elemental forces of floods.

Reviews:

Hickey, K. (2013). Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 15(2), 324–326. doi:10.1080/1523908X.2013.797682

Morgan, E. A. (2012). Australian Planner, 49(4), 366. doi:10.1080/07293682.2011.602640

Moss, T. (2014). International Journal of Water Governance, 1(2014), 119-120. Natural Hazards Observer (2011).

 

Hartmann, Thomas (2011). Contesting land policies for space for rivers - Rational, viable, and clumsy floodplain management . Journal of Flood Risk Management, 4(3), 165-175. doi: 10.1111/j.1753-318X.2011.01101.x

 

Professional publications

Hartmann, Thomas (2011). Verzwickte Flussgemeinschaft - Warum es so schwierig ist, den Flüssen Raum zu geben. Conference proceedings Internationalen Rheinkonferenz: Zukunft Rhein 2010 (17-19 November 2010) (pp. 74-75). Bonn: Regionale 2010, Internationalen Rheinkonferenz: Zukunft Rhein 2010.

Hartmann, Thomas & Filius, Friedel C. (2011). Geo-risico governance - ruimtelijke planning voor het onverwachte. In G. Bouma, F. Filius, E. Vanempten & B. Waterhout (eds.), Planning van de toekomst (pp. 377-385). Bruxelles: Plandag 2011, Plandag 2011.

 

2010

Academic publications

Hartmann, Thomas (2010). Reframing polyrational floodplains - land policy for large areas for temporary emergency retention. Nature and Culture, 5(1), 15-30. doi: 10.3167/nc.2010.050102

 

2009 Academic publications

Hartmann, Thomas (2009). Clumsy floodplains and the law: Towards a responsive land policy for extreme floods. Built Environment, 35 (4), 531-544. doi: 10.2148/benv.35.4.531

Professional publications

Hartmann, Thomas (2009). Polyrationeel grondbeleid voor overstromingen. Rooilijn - tijdschrift voor wetenschap en beleid in de ruimtelijke ordening, 42(1), 44-49.

 

M I S C E L A N E O U S

Hartmann, Thomas (2005). Hochwasserschutz durch räumliche Planung: Handlungsempfehlungen für Abstimmungsprozesse zwischen den Akteuren in Sachsen Anhalt. Unpublished diploma thesis. Dortmund.

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