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Singapore docks (photo: Yuri Kazepov, 2004)

Ernst-Thälmann-Park and Danzigerstraße, Berlin (photos by Matthew Gandy 2013)

Battersea Power Station 2006 and East Reservoir, Hackney 2010 (photos by Matthew Gandy)

A view of Pampas landscapes near downtown Buenos Aires (photo: Matthew Gandy, 2008)

Bucharest, Romania (Photograph by Henning Moser)

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Published in IJURR

In "Article": The Primacy of Space in Politics: Bargaining Rights, Freedom and Power in an İstanbul Neighborhood

  • Volume 37 Issue 2 (March 2013)
  • Author: Berna Turam

Abstract This article explores and theorizes the ways in which urban space and...

In "Article": Origins of an Urban Crisis: The Restructuring of the San Francisco Bay Area and the Geography of Foreclosure

  • Volume 37 Issue 2 (March 2013)
  • Author: Alex Schafran

Abstract Communities on the fringes of the American metropolis have recently...

In "Symposium": Urban Laboratories: Experiments in Reworking Cities

  • Volume 38 Issue 2 (March 2014)

Abstract The notion of the ‘urban laboratory’ is increasingly striking a chord with actors involved in urban change. Is this term simply a metaphor for urban development or does it suggest urbanization by substantially different means? To answer this question, we review the work of science and technology studies (STS) scholars who have empirically investigated laboratories and practices of experimentation over the past three decades...

Studies in Urban and Social Change

Cities in Relations: Trajectories of Urban Development in Hanoi and Ouagadougou

  • by Ola Söderström
  • Published in: April 2014, Paperback
Cities in Relations: Trajectories of Urban Development in Hanoi and Ouagadougou

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Virtual Issue on Comparative Urbanism

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The Foundation for Urban and Regional Studies was set up in 1995 as a charity under the Companies Act. Its main source of income is the surplus generated by the International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, the leading critical urban and regional studies journal established in 1977 and published by Wiley-Blackwell. IJURR is run by a wholly-owned subsidiary of FURS.

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