Latest Urban Studies news 10/1/22

10 Jan 2022, 10:23 a.m.

New issue out now

The January issue (Volume 59, Issue 1) of Urban Studies Journal is now available online.

This issue includes our 2021 annual lecture paper:

Urban resilience by Edward L Glaeser

Edward L Glaeser's 2021 annual lecture paper for Urban Studies reviews the copious literature that now exists on the long-term impact of natural disasters to explore questions of urban resilience.

Read the full issue here.


Latest articles on OnlineFirst

Institutionalising city networking: Discursive and rational choice institutional perspectives on membership of transnational municipal networks by Solveig Grønnestad and Anne Bach Nielsen

Latest study from Solveig Grønnestad and Anne Bach Nielsen shows that cities use transnational municipal networks to legitimise their position in domestic and international politics.


Introduction: Infrastructural stigma and urban vulnerability by Hanna Baumann and Haim Yacobi

This article introduces the forthcoming special issue: Infrastructural stigma and urban vulnerability.

Baumann and Yacobi's special issue introduction shows how urban dwellers often experience stigma in deeply embodied ways, including through impacts on their physical health.


Books available for review

If you are interested in reviewing a book for Urban Studies, please check the list of books available for review here before getting in touch with our Book Reviews Editor, Dr Lazaros Karaliotas.


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