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International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Volume 44, Issue 2

Dikec, Mustafa / Roy, Ananya / Wu, Fulong (Herausgeber)

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1. Auflage Juni 2020
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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

Articles

An Ethnographic Perspective on Urban Planning in Brazil: Temporality, Diversity and Critical Urban Theory (Martijn Koster)

Geographies of Algorithmic Violence: Redlining the Smart City (Sara Safransky)

The Shrinking City as a Growth Machine: Detroit's Reinvention of Growth through Triage, Foundation Work and Talent Attraction (Lisa Berglund)

Neoliberal Urban Planning Through Social Government: Notes on the Demographic Re-engineering of Malmö (Johan Pries)

Urban Entrepreneurialism Vs Market Society: The Geography of China's Neoliberal Urbanism (Yongshen Liu Yung Yau)

Entrepreneurship and Social Capital: Examining the Association in Deprived Urban Neighbourhoods (Nick Williams, Robert Huggins, Piers Thompson)

The Limits of Homeownership: Racial Capitalism, Black Wealth, and the Appreciation Gap in Atlanta (Scott N. Markley, Taylor J. Hafley, Coleman A. Allums, Steven R. Holloway, Hee Cheol Chung)

Tent City: Patterns of Informality and the Partitioning of Sacramento (Cory Parker)

An Improvised Dispositif: Invisible Urban Planning in the Refugee Camp (Lucas Oesch)

Urban States: The Presidency and Planning in Luanda, Angola (Claudia Gastrow)

Book Reviews

John Flint and Ryan Powell (eds.) 2019: Class, Ethnicity and State in the Polarized Metropolis: Putting Wacquant to Work. London: Palgrave Macmillan (Kim McKee)

Brendan Murtagh 2019: Social Economics and the Solidarity City. New York: Routledge (Matthew Thompson)

Jonathan Foster 2018: Stigma Cities: The Reputation and History of Birmingham, San Francisco and Las Vegas. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press (Aysegul Can)

Paolo Boccagni 2017: Migration and the Search for Home: Mapping Domestic Space in Migrants' Everyday Lives. New York: Palgrave Macmillan (Caroline Wanjiku Kihato)

Matthew Vitz 2018: A City on a Lake: Urban Political Ecology and the Growth of Mexico City. Durham, NC: Duke University Press (Creighton Connolly)

Hiba Bou Akar 2018: For the War Yet to Come: Planning Beirut's Frontiers. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press (Kristin V. Monroe)

Nick Estes 2019: Our History Is the Future. London: Verso Books (Katharine Baldwin, Chris Reimer)
Mustafa Dikeç: École d'urbanisme de Paris (EUP) and LATTS, France.

Ananya Roy: UCLA, Luskin, USA.

Fulong Wu: University College London, UK.

M. Dikec, Royal Holloway, University of London; A. Roy, University of California, Berkeley, USA