The April Issue of Urban Studies is now available online

12th Mar 2019

Volume 56 Issue 5 (April 2019) is now available online

Articles include:

Land in urban debates: Unpacking the grab–development dichotomy critical commentary by Femke van Noorloos, Christien Klaufus and Griet Steel

Three arguments to disentangle the land grab development dichotomy: a. the sequential chain of effects of displacement; b. the ambivalent roles and contradictory interests of different actors; and c. the three-dimensional aspects of land development.


Compassionate revanchism: The blurry geography of homelessness in the USA by Brian Hennigan and Jessie Speer

Beyond care and punishment in the urban governance of homelessness.


Imaginations of post-suburbia: Suburban change and imaginative practices in Auckland, New Zealand by Cameron Johnson, Tom Baker and Francis L Collins

Urban change happens through “the generation and capture of individual and collective imaginations of possible and desirable urban life.”


Read the full table of contents here.


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