Dr. Mary Dellenbaugh gives courses on the history of Berlin architecture and town planning.
She came to Germany in 2007 with a DAAD grant to study landscape architecture. After completing her masters, she went on to obtain her doctorate in geography at the Humboldt University in 2013. In 2016, after having worked in academia and in EU project management, she became self-employed as an urban researcher and consultant. She focuses on creative economy, real-estate management, and urban marketing. Additionally to teaching at the Freie Universität Berlin, she also gives courses at the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (University of Applied Sciences), and is part of several political and academic research projects. Her most important publications include: Dellenbaugh et al. (2015): Urban Commons: Moving beyond State and Market.Basel: Birkhäuser. Dellenbaugh, Mary (2013): Landscape changes in East Berlin after 1989 – a comprehensive grounded theory analysis through three case studies. Dissertation (available online).