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Gerhard Fehl

Gerhard Fehl, German urban planning theory educator. Member Planning History Group, Urban Morphology Group (Birmingham), Johns Hopkins Alumni Association.

Background

  • Fehl, Gerhard was born on February 26, 1934 in Heidelberg, Germany. Son of Julius and Martha (Goldschmidt) Fehl.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Engineering, Technology University Karlsruhe, 1961. M. Civic Design, University Liverpool, 1963. Doctor of Engineering, Technology University Munich, 1971.

    Career

    • Planning assistant City of Berlin, 1963-1965. Airlift memorial fellow Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1965-1966. Teaching assistant Technology University Berlin, 1967-1972.

      Professor planning theory Technology Hochschule Aachen, Germany, 1972-1996, professor emeritus Germany, since 1996. Visiting professor Johns Hopkins University, 1972, University Washington, 1986, 95, University Naples, 1997, 99, Yildiz University, Istanbul, 1998, University Venice, 2000.

    Works

    • Author: Stadtebau Around 1900, 1981, (with Juan Rodriquez-Lores) Stadterweiterungen, 1983, (with T. Harlander) Hitlers sozialer Wohnungsbau 1940-1945, 1986, Die Kleinwohnungsfrage, 1987, Die Bandstadt, 1997. Co-editor: Stadtbauwelt, 1972-1975, Bauwelt-Fundamente, 1973-2003. Editor: Stadt-Plannung-Geschichte, 1982-1998.

    Membership

    Member Planning History Group, Urban Morphology Group (Birmingham), Johns Hopkins Alumni Association.

    Connections

    • Married Renate Sartorius, March 19, 1960. Children: Rebekka, Karolin, Jonas.
    • father: Julius Fehl
    • mother: Martha (Goldschmidt) Fehl
    • spouse: Renate Sartorius
    • children: Rebekka Fehl
    • Karolin Fehl
    • Jonas Fehl
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    Born February 26, 1934
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    • 1961
      Technology University Karlsruhe
    • 1963
      University Liverpool
    • 1971
      Technology University Munich
    • 1963 - 1965
      Planning assistant, City of Berlin
    • 1965 - 1966
      airlift memorial fellow, Harvard University
      Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1967 - 1972
      teaching assistant, Technology University Berlin
    • 1972 - 1996
      professor, planning theory Technology Hochschule Aachen
      Germany