breaking paradigms

a spatial planning podcast

Live: Science Communication

To wrap up “curriculum extended” we are taking a stern look at science communication. We talk about our experiences and the effects in spatial planning.

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The podcast “breaking paradigms” is a collaborative effort of Constanze Frech and Sarah Kusché. It focuses on all things spatial planning, especially regarding knowledge transfer and non-european practices and theories. Every 30-minute episode centers around a different topic and should give insights and perspectives on both theory and practice. Our goal is to be educational for those still studying and already in the professional field. We seek to collaborate with experts in their respective fields from all continents and build a platform to exchange niche subjects and start a conversation. Find us at

Created by Constanze Frech & Sarah Kusché

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