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2014 IJURR AAG Lecture: Urban poverty, space and sociability - a contribution from Brazilian cities

  • Published: 07 May 2014

This IJURR Lecture was given by Eduardo Marques at the AAG Annual conference in Tampa Florida, April 2014. About The Lecture Series IJURR sponsors special “IJURR Lectures” at appropriate international conferences. The purpose of the lectures is to stimulate debate over key issues in critical urban scholarship (analysis of any social, economic, political or spatial dimension of urban life that links the subject to normative concerns with social justice). Over the years we are delighted to have had...

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2013 IJURR RC21 Lecture: Urban theory: The Dream and its Limits

  • Published: 23 Oct 2013

This 2013 IJURR Lecture was given by Jeremy Seekings at the RC21 conference on Resourceful Cities, held in Berlin in August 2013. About The Lecture Series IJURR sponsors special “IJURR Lectures” at appropriate international conferences. The purpose of the lectures is to stimulate debate over key issues in critical urban scholarship (analysis of any social, economic, political or spatial dimension of urban life that links the subject to normative concerns with social justice). Over the years we are...

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2013 IJURR AAG Lecture: Epistemic Practices of Southern Urbanism

  • Published: 22 May 2013 / Edgar Pieterse

This 2013 IJURR Lecture was given by Edgar Pieterse at the Association of American Geographers Annual Conference in Los Angeles, USA, April 2013. About The Lecture Series IJURR sponsors special “IJURR Lectures” at appropriate international conferences. The purpose of the lectures is to stimulate debate over key issues in critical urban scholarship (analysis of any social, economic, political or spatial dimension of urban life that links the subject to normative concerns with social justice). Over the...

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2012 IJURR Lecture: Resourceful cities and citizens: challenges of comparative urban studies through the lens of the ghetto

  • Published: 09 Nov 2012 / Talja Blokland

The 2012 IJURR lecture was given by Talja Blokland of Humboldt University of Berlin, at the ISA Forum of Sociology, Buenos Aries, August 2012. About The Lecture Series IJURR sponsors special “IJURR Lectures” at appropriate international conferences. The purpose of the lectures is to stimulate debate over key issues in critical urban scholarship (analysis of any social, economic, political or spatial dimension of urban life that links the subject to normative concerns with social justice). Over the...

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2011 IJURR Lecture: Here Comes Everybody? Problematizing the Right to the City

  • Published: 19 Jun 2011 / Andy Merrifield

The 2011 IJURR Lecture was given by Andy Merrifield at the Association of American Geographers Annual Conference in Seattle, USA, April 2011. View the published paper Free Online. The Urban Question under Planetary Urbanization Andy Merrifield About The Lecture Series IJURR sponsors special “IJURR Lectures” at appropriate international conferences. The purpose of the lectures is to stimulate debate over key issues in critical urban scholarship (analysis of any social, economic, political or...

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2010 IJURR Lecture: Entropy by Design: Nature, Landscape and the Late-Modern Metropolis

  • Published: 10 Mar 2011 / By Matthew Gandy, Association of American Geographers, April 2010

About The Lecture Series IJURR sponsors special “IJURR Lectures” at appropriate international conferences. The purpose of the lectures is to stimulate debate over key issues in critical urban scholarship (analysis of any social, economic, political or spatial dimension of urban life that links the subject to normative concerns with social justice). Over the years we are delighted to have had leading scholars present the lectures such as Ananya Roy, Saskia Sassen, Matthew Gandy and Andy Merrifield.

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2009 IJURR Lecture: Itineraries of Recognition: Cities and the Geography of Authoritative Knowledge

  • Published: 30 Apr 2009 / Ananya Roy, University of California, Berkeley, USA

The 2009 IJURR lecture was given by Ananya Roy at the Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, USA, in April 2009. View the published paper Free Online. Slumdog Cities: Rethinking Subaltern Urbanism Ananya Roy About The Lecture Series IJURR sponsors special “IJURR Lectures” at appropriate international conferences. The purpose of the lectures is to stimulate debate over key issues in critical urban scholarship (analysis of any social, economic, political or spatial dimension of urban...

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