Riyadh Drifting: Walking in the City
The third of a series of blogs from Yasser Elsheshtawy one of our editorial board members, reflecting changing impressions of the Saudi city.
By Yasser Elsheshtawy 9 Jun 2019
Why Milton Friedman Got it Wrong on Planning
Introducing No Little Plans: How Government Built America’s Wealth and Infrastructure, from Ian Wray. A timely review of the societal value of planning in the USA.
By Ian Wray 29 May 2019
Politics of a donor city in post-Idai Beira: What’s to come?
Murtah Shannon, one of the authors of issue 44.4 on Urban Land Grabs, discusses the politics and planning after cyclone Idai.
By Murtah Shannon 23 May 2019
A Flâneur in Riyadh: The Transformation of Tahlia Street
Yasser Elsheshtawy, one of our editorial board members, brings us the second part of his series of reflections on Riyadh in transformation.
By Yasser Elsheshtawy 1 May 2019
What has happened to 'having a say'?
Our first issue of 2019, marks fifty years since the publication of two important texts Arnstein and Skeffington, and looks at the 'state of that art' of participation.
By Lucy Natarajan 13 Apr 2019
Introducing: Urban land grabs in Africa
An introduction to Urban Land Grabs in Africa, by Griet Steel, Femke van Noorloos and Kei Otsuki
By Griet Steel, Femke van Noorloos and Kei Otsuki 25 Feb 2019
Three days in Riyadh: A city in transition
A special blog from Yasser Elsheshtawy, one of our editorial board members, reflecting changing impressions of Riyadh.
By Yasser Elsheshtawy 15 Feb 2019
Embracing the Complexity and Justice of Mobilities Automation?
In response to the challenge of Self-driving Vehicle technology and technological transitions in everyday mobility, Miloš N. Mladenović examines Automated and Autonomous Spatial Mobilities, by Aharon Kellerman (2018)
By Miloš N. Mladenović 14 Nov 2018
Introducing ‘Branded Landscapes in Contemporary Cities’
Tali Hatuka & Cristina Mattiucci introduce their work on Branded Landscapes.
By Tali Hatuka & Cristina Mattiucci 17 Oct 2018
Cognition & the City
Our latest special issue brings together two disciplinary domains: cognition as studied mainly in cognitive science, and cities as studied in disciplines such as urban studies, urban geography, architecture and more.
By Juval Portugali 8 Aug 2018

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