Gözde Sarlak-Krämer has joined the research and teaching program Urban Design at HafenCity University Hamburg in October 2019. Gözde studied urban planning in İstanbul and Bauhaus University Weimar. In 2012, she obtained a Masters of Science degree in European Urbanism from the Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany. Prior to joining HCU team, Gözde worked as a full-time research and teaching assistant in Turkey at Istanbul Bilgi University, Architecture & Design Faculty (2013-2016). And since early 2018, she has been a doctoral candidate at the Habitat Unit TU Berlin. Gözde’s practice facilitates multidisciplinary exchanges between teaching and qualitative research methods (ethnography and visual research) as a way to explore the politics of everyday life and spatial justice. Alongside her practice, she has collaborated with different architecture collectives (raumlabor berlin, raumtaktik, ON/OFF). Gözde is a member of NYLON Berlin, a self-organized Ph.D. network between Humboldt University Berlin, NYU and LSE London.