Latest Urban Studies news 15/11/21

15 Nov 2021, 12:22 p.m.

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Shared projects and symbiotic collaborations: Shenzhen and London in comparative conversation by Shaun SK Teo

This article is part of the forthcoming special issue: Comparative methods for global urban studies.

New special issue study by Shaun SK Teo uses a pragmatist approach to capitalist transformation as a starting point for comparison between cases of urban village upgrading in Shenzhen and London.



The Zinshaus market and gentrification dynamics: The transformation of the historic housing stock in Vienna, 2007–2019 by Robert Musil, Florian Brand, Hannes Huemer, Maximilian Wonaschütz

New study from Musil et al introduces an approach that allows us to analyse the potential of gentrification for the Viennese housing market.



Afterword: Citizenship and the politics of (im)material stigma and infrastructure by Charlotte Lemanski

This commentary is part of the forthcoming special issue: Infrastructural stigma and urban vulnerability.

New special issue paper from Lemanski reveals the inseparable connections between infrastructure and stigma, demonstrating both as political and material processes that are inter-dependent and mutually constitutive.


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