Latest Urban Studies news 07/10/19

7 Oct 2019, 8:30 a.m.

New issue of Urban Studies journal out now

The November 2019 (Volume 56 Issue 14) issue of Urban Studies journal is now available on OnlineFirst. Articles include:

Not so welcome here? Modelling the impact of ethnic in-movers on the length of stay of home-owners in micro-neighbourhoods by Sue Easton and Gwilym Pryce

Easton and Pryce consider the length of stay of home-owners with white British names in the 40% most deprived areas of Glasgow by estimating the impact of ethnically ‘other’ inflows through property purchases at the micro neighbourhood level.


Homonormative aesthetics: AIDS and ‘de-generational unremembering’ in 1990s London by Johan Andersson

Soho’s gay village in 1990s London as a case-study of the emergence of a homonormative aesthetic that deployed the themes of hygiene and affluence as symbolic resources against the stigma of AIDS.


Unequal urban rights: Critical reflections on property and urban citizenship by Ditte Brøgger

What can property, landownership and housing contribute to our understanding of urban citizenship? The urban as an arena for the negotiation of rights.


Latest articles on OnlineFirst    

The social innovation–(re)politicisation nexus: Unlocking the political in actually existing smart city campaigns? The case of SmartCity Cologne, Germany by Stephen Leitheiser and Alexander Follmann

What are the approaches, methods and governance processes that actually constitute the transformations to smart and sustainable urban futures?


Book reviews now available on Urban Blog

Migrants & City-Making book cover

Book review - Migrants and City-Making: Dispossession, Displacement, and Urban Regeneration

edited by Ayse Çaglar & Nina Glick Schiller and reviewed by Susanne Urban

Migrants and City-Making: Dispossession, Displacement, and Urban Regeneration presents migrants as active agents that not only are dispossessed and displaced, but also take important roles in city-making.



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