Urban Studies Blog

Urban Studies Journal publish an occasional blog page, which can be accessed below:

Urban Studies Blog

 

 

 

Contents

  1. Latest Urban Studies Blog
  2. Recent blogs
  3. Past online blogs

Latest Urban Studies Blog

This is the latest Urban Studies Blog. Click on the files below to open the resource:

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Embodied geographies of liveability and urban parks

Blog by Gordon Waitt

1st December 2017

A blog on embodied geographies of liveability and urban parks Read More

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Urban Shrinkage Is Not Just a Phase… And That’s OK

Blog by Maxwell D. Hartt

20th November 2017

A blog exploring urban shrinkage Read More

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Neighborhoods, local networks, and the non-linear path of the expiration and preservation of federal rental subsidies

Blog by Kathryn Howell

10th November 2017

A blog exploring neighborhoods, local networks, and the non-linear path of the expiration and preservation ... Read More

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Capital gains as a driver of housing wealth inequality

Blog by Barend Wind & Lina Hedman

26th October 2017

A blog exploring capital gains as a driver of housing wealth inequality. Read More

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The Monument Debate: A Good Use for Disorder

Blog by John Crossan

29th September 2017

A blog on the far right and the city. Read More

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Beyond Unemployment: Informal Employment and Heterogeneous Motivations for Participating in Street Vending in Present-day China

Blog by Gengzhi Huang, Hong-ou Zhang, Desheng Xue

20th September 2017

A blog on informal employment and heterogeneous motivations for participating in street vending in present-day ... Read More

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Gentrification 1.0: Urban Transformations in Late-Nineteenth-Century Berlin

Blog by Philipp Reick

20th September 2017

A blog on how contemporary theories of gentrification improve our understanding of past urban change. Read More

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Thinking through heterogeneous infrastructure configurations

Blog by Mary Lawhon

1st September 2017

A blog on heterogeneous infrastructure configurations Read More

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Exclusion as Urban Policy: The Dutch ‘Act on Extraordinary Measures for Urban Problems’

Blog by Wouter van Gent et al.

29th August 2017

The Rotterdam Act forbids certain groups of poor residents from moving into particular neighborhoods. This ... Read More

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Two hearts and a loan? Mortgages, employment insecurity and earnings among young couples in six European countries

Blog by Giulia M. Dotti Sani, Claudia Acciai

18th August 2017

A blog on home ownership in Europe Read More

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Car Dependence and Housing Affordability: An Emerging Social Deprivation Issue in London?

Blog by Mengqiu Cao and Robin Hickman

15th August 2017

This paper investigates the combined problem of high car dependence and housing affordability – as ... Read More

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Tenure change in London’s suburbs: Spreading gentrification or suburban upscaling?

Blog by Alan Mace, Antoine Paccoud

11th August 2017

This article looks at the distribution of social upscaling across London linked to changes in ... Read More

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Work, Technology, The City, Violence

Blog - John Crossan

10th August 2017

A blog on the emerging 4th Industrial Revolution, including robotics, artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles. Read More

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Recent blogs

This is the most recent blog from Urban Studies

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Thinking through heterogeneous infrastructure configurations

Blog by Mary Lawhon

1st September 2017

A blog on heterogeneous infrastructure configurations Read More

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Past online blogs

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