Nexialist Agency for Research and Communication Contact

The Nexialist Agency for Research and Communication is represented by Mark Kammerbauer, an urbanist, educator, writer, and researcher. Mark's field of expertise covers socio-cultural issues in the planning and design of the built environment. He researched cases of disaster recovery and reconstruction in the USA, Germany, Australia, and the Philippines. He published peer reviewed journal papers, book chapters and articles covering architecture theory and history, urban planning and design, urban risk and disaster research, governance and vulnerability. Mark held teaching and research positions at international higher learning institutions, including the University of Queensland School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management; Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies; Tulane University Center of Bioenvironmental Research; Technische Universität München Fakultät für Architektur. Mark contributes to select media and advises preferred clients. He loves all things related to science fiction, music, and architecture.

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Publications Academia

Recent articles on climate, disasters, sustainability, architecture, urban planning

Flood insurance: A governance mechanism for supporting equitable risk reduction and adaptation? (with C. Wamsler) In: K. Booth, C. Lucas and S. French (eds.), Elemental Insurance. London: Routledge. Read online

Unpacking notions of residents' responsibility in flood risk governance (with Karin Snel, Dries Hegger, Heleen Mees, Robin Kundis Craig, Emmy Bergsma, Christine Wamsler). In: Env Pol Gov. 2022; 1–15. Read online

Soziale Resilienz – Lehren / Lernen aus dem internationalen Kontext (mit Christian Dimmer) In: PLANERIN 2/2022. Journal link

Brüsseler Leuchttürme: Die Demonstrationsprojekte des New European Bauhaus. In: Bauwelt 13.2022. Journal link

Was die Architektur von Climate Fiction lernen kann. In: Bauwelt 4.2022 Journal link

Lehren aus der Flut. In: Stadtbauwelt 19.2021. Read online

Resilience: Time is of the essence. In: Topos 116. Read online


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