Lisa Kreft
Associated Doctoral Student | Contemporary History and Archive

Lisa Kreft has been a PhD student at the current Lead Project: “The ‘Car-Oriented City’ as an Area of Conflict” at the Department for Historical Research from July 2015 until June 2017 and is an associazed PhD student at the IRS since July 2017. Kreft studied at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin and the Freie Universität Berlin. She has a MA in Art History, majoring in architectural and urban history of the early 20th century. Since 2013 she is a freelancer for the Federal Foundation of Baukultur in support of the scientific development and implementation of programmes, the Baukulturbericht 2014/15 as well as the work dealing with networks and official bodies. Her research interests are in the fields of urban history and the conversion strategies of heritage buildings. 

Research Interest and Expertise

Research Foci
Building and Planning History of the German Democratic Republic
Urban Research
Urban Restructuring and Renewal
Disciplines
History of Arts
Architectural History
Foci in Methods and Concepts
Analyses of Iconography and Architectural History
Image Analysis
Case Study Design
Content Analysis

Selected Publications by Year

2017
Butter, A., & Kreft, L. (2017, Jun). Onlinesteckbriefe zum "Konfliktfeld autogerechte Stadt": Mailand, Paris, Ost-Berlin, Düsseldorf, Lychen. http://ddr-planungsgeschichte.de/rueckbauprojekte/

Selected Publications by Type

Other transfer publication
Butter, A., & Kreft, L. (2017, Jun). Onlinesteckbriefe zum "Konfliktfeld autogerechte Stadt": Mailand, Paris, Ost-Berlin, Düsseldorf, Lychen. http://ddr-planungsgeschichte.de/rueckbauprojekte/