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Call for papers / Special issue 'The Politics of Visibility in Public Space' / Space and Culture / Sage Publications Inc. 

Call for papers / Special issue ‘The Politics of Visibility in Public Space’ / Space and Culture / Sage Publications Inc. 

CALL FOR PAPERS – Deadline September 16, 2018  ‘THE POLITICS OF VISIBILITY IN PUBLIC SPACE’  Special issue in Space and Culture (Sage Publications Inc.)  Guest editors:  Ceren Sezer / Delft University of Technology, Urbanism, the Netherlands. Freek Janssens / University of Leeds, School of Geography, United Kingdom. Theme: The visibility of individuals or groups in public...
Sharing Cities - Shaping Cities

Sharing Cities – Shaping Cities

Lidewij Tummers will be presenting at the Sharing cities – Shaping cities 2018 conference, organised by the Politechnico di Milano on 5+6 March 2018. The proposal “Low-carbon local initiative meets regional climate change policies: How to create effective synergies between local and regional agents of change?” was retained at an acceptance rate of about 20%...
CfP: RC21 Leeds : September 11-13, 2017 Rethinking Urban Global Justice: An international academic conference for critical urban studies

CfP: RC21 Leeds : September 11-13, 2017 Rethinking Urban Global Justice: An international academic conference for critical urban studies

CALL FOR PAPERS In anticipation of the upcoming RC21 Conference, titled “Rethinking Urban Global Justice” to take place from 11-13 September in Leeds, UK, we are seeking paper proposals for a session  on ‘The Political Meaning of Informal Urbanisation; building democracy while building the city’. We welcome contributions from authors working on connected topics, and who...

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