• New Spotlight On Disruptive Technologies

    For the new issue of IJURR’s Spotlight On web series, we invited scholars to discuss the challenges that various new technologies, digital or otherwise, present to established urban practices and infrastructures
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  • Southern Cities in the United States: Cracking the Black Box

    The new Virtual Issue compiled in conjunction with the 2018 AAG in New Orleans is now free to view for one year
    View the full issue here

  • IJURR 1977-2017: The 40th Anniversary Virtual Issue

    In celebration of IJURR’s 40th anniversary, we have compiled a Virtual Issue featuring select contributions.
    Read the open access issue here

  • Bourdieu Comes to Town

    The January 2018 issue features an Intervention introduced and edited by Loic Wacquant, which includes a previously unpublished paper by Pierre Bourdieu
    Read the full Intervention here


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Detail from a map depicting locations of homes purchased by a Dallas based investment firm who then resold the homes through predatory financial practices in predominantly black neighborhoods in the US (© Dan Immergluck based on calculations of Fulton County Real Estate Sales data, American Community Survey;)

Detail from a design for the proposed Saltkristallerna project in Helsingborg (© Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects, reproduced with permission);

Detail from a map depicting accessibility to key hospitals (access to services of general interest being one of the key indicators of EU territorial and social cohesion) in the central region of Portugal: red areas indicate higher access, blue areas lower access (© Teresa Sá Marques, Miguel Saraiva and Diogo Ribeiro)