In Berlin, Gallatin Global Fellows in Urban Practice have been embedded in university think tanks, cultural institutions, and grassroots organizations, working toward transnational concepts of environmental justice, participatory land use planning, and LGBTIQ rights. With its extensive and easy-to-use transportation network, commitment to environmental sustainability, and celebrated place in the cultural and artistic vanguard, Berlin is and continues to be a city rich with research possibilities.


Jakiyah Bradley (2019)

Radical Affect (2016)

Green Berliners (2015)

Prinzessinnengarten (2014)

Tempelhof Field (2014)

Community Partners

Each One Teach One (EOTO)

Urban Climate and Heat Stress (UCaHS)


Environmental Justice Institute

Schwules Museum

Center for Artistic Activism