International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Volume 41 - Issue 1
1. Edition August 2017
200 Pages, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
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Since its foundation in 1977 IJURR has been at the cutting-edge of critical urban scholarship. IJURR is taking forward its commitment to interdisciplinary and international urban research, connecting with new audiences and debates, consolidating its position as a leading publication in the field.
* Explores questions and themes of interest to a wide readership including urban planners, architects and practitioners.
* Includes both stand-alone articles and critical dialogues
* Connects with critical debates in the policy-making and professional arenas
* Uses visual materials ranging from architectural sketches, film stills and photographs to various explanatory figures and tables
Theorizing the Politicizing City (Mustafa Dikeç and Erik Swyngedouw)
The Work of a Few Trees: Gezi, Politics and Space (Sinan Erensü and Ozan Karaman)
From Occupying Plazas to Recuperating Housing: Insurgent Practices in Spain (Melissa García-Lamarca)
Staging Equality in Greek Squares: Hybrid Spaces of Political Subjectification (Lazaros Karaliotas)
Tunisian Revolution: Neoliberalism, Urban Contentious Politics and the Right to the City (Sami Zemni)
Urban Operating Systems: Diagramming the City (Simon Marvin and Andrés Luque-Ayala)
Toward The Networked City? Translating Technological ideals and Planning Models in Water and Sanitation Systems in Dar es Salaam (Jochen Monstadt and Sophie Schramm)
Sisyphean Dilemmas of Development: Contrasting Urban Infrastructure and Fiscal Policy Trends in Maputo, Mozambique (Gabriella Y. Carolini)
How to Mend a Fragmented City: a Critique of 'Infrastructural Solidarity' (Laura Cesafsky)
Experimental Infrastructure: Experiences in Bicycling in Quito, Ecuador (Julie Gamble)
Anne Haila 2016: Urban Land Rent: Singapore as a Property State. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell (Callum Ward)
Asher D. Ghertner 2015: Rule By Aesthetics: World-class City Making in Delhi. Oxford: Oxford University Press (Austin Zeiderman)
James Farrer and Andrew David Field 2015: Shanghai Nightscapes: A Nocturnal Biography of a Global City. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press (Laam Hae)
Kate Maclean 2015: Social Urbanism and the Politics of Violence: The Medellín Miracle. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (Catalina Ortiz)
Talja Blokland, Carlotta Giustozzi, Daniela Krüger and Hannah Schilling (eds.) 2016: Creating the Unequal City: The Exclusionary Consequences of Everyday Routines in Berlin. Farnham: Ashgate (Ares Kalandides)
Nicholas Phelps 2016: Sequel to Suburbia: Glimpses of America's Post-suburban Future. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (Meg Holden)
Maria Kaika: University of Manchester, UK.
Ananya Roy: UCLA, Luskin, USA.
Fulong Wu: University College London, UK.