“What could be understood as international heritage?” is the title of an essay by Margarethe Müller, published in German and in English in ISG Magazin, the International Forum of Towns in Graz. It features an in-depth review of the Urban Heritage Activism conference, organised at the TU Berlin in March 2017. Read the PDF here or find the full ISG journal online here!
Margarethe Müller is an architect and urbanist who has worked on national and international projects, at the intersection of architecture, art, research and urbanism. She is the founder of the Vienna-based studio Transbanana and teaches at universities in Vienna, London and Berlin. Her research interest is on conflict areas.