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Unspectacular spaces of slow wounding in Palestine
This paper is an attempt to elaborate a peculiar form of violence based on the ability to wound slowly. It starts by exploring everyday events in a strangulated West Bank site struggling with Israel’s colonisation and ...
China–Africa and an Economic Transformation
‘We’re in Asia’ : Worlding LGBTQI+ activism otherwise in Sydney
Building on recent work in postcolonial urban studies that has developed more genuinely plural approaches to urban theorising, this article poses the problem of ‘worlding’ in relation to urban LGBTQI+ activism in Sydney, ...
Successful government responses to the pandemic : Contextualizing national and urban responses to the COVID-19 outbreak in east and west
This article discusses national and local strategies for confronting COVID-19 pandemic. The analysis sheds light on how societal context, institutional arrangements, knowledge culture, and technology deployment manifest ...
Interplay between low-carbon energy transitions and national security : An analysis of policy integration and coherence in Estonia, Finland and Scotland
Sustainable Development Goals aim for a better future, but gains are threatened by conflict and governance failures, exacerbated by climate change. While research on energy security is well-established, conceptual-analytical ...
Skatescape in the Making: Developing Sustainable Urban Pedagogies through Transdisciplinary Education
The current trend of higher education for sustainable urban development links with parallel developments in urban governance and environmental pedagogy. Many programs and policies identify cities and citizens as key drivers ...
‘Whether you like it or not, this is the future!’ : everyday negotiations of the community’s boundary in urban space
How are the boundary and ground of community produced and negotiated in mundane practices of interaction and language use in urban space? The article explores how claims of belonging and legitimate presence are formulated, ...