Latest Urban Studies news 18/10/21

18 Oct 2021, 2:07 p.m.

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Neighbourhood selection and neighbourhood matching: Choices, outcomes and social distance by William A. V. Clark, Rachel Ong ViforJ, and N. T. Khuong Truong

Clark et al ask how well Australian households are matched to their neighbourhood social environments.


The imaginary of a moderncity: Post-politics and Myanmar’s urban development by Tamas Wells and Vanessa Lamb

Wells and Vanessa Lamb examines the promise and limits of notions of post-politics through the case of planning for New Yangon City, Myanmar.


Socialist worldmaking: The political economy of urban comparison in the Global Cold War by Ɓukasz Stanek

This article is part of the forthcoming Special Issue: Comparative methods for global urban studies 

Stanek revisits comparative urban studies produced during the Cold War in the framework of 'socialist worldmaking'.

Read the accompanying blog post on Urban Studies blog here.


Street markets, urban development and immigrant entrepreneurship: Unpacking precarity in Moore Street, Dublin

New blog post by Cristín Blennerhassett, Niamh Moore-Cherry, and Christine Bonnin to accompany their recent article.


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