Category Archives: Journal of Urban Cultural Studies

Urban Cultural Studies: Call for abstracts – AAG in Boston April 5-9, 2017

Urban Cultural Studies: Call for abstracts – AAG in Boston April 5-9, 2017   The AAG session on Urban Cultural Studies takes an interdisciplinary approach to the culture(s) of cities. In recent years, cities have been increasingly at the forefront of … Continue reading

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Benjamin Fraser (ed.), Marxism and Urban Culture

Interesting collection of essays on Marxism and Urban Culture, edited by Benjamin Fraser (author of Henri Lefebvre and the Spanish Urban Experience, and editor of the Journal of Urban Cultural Studies, with a preface by Andy Merrifield. Thanks to Adam David Morton for the … Continue reading

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Books received – Macey, Roberts, Amoore, Barry, Dosse, Tel Quel Reader, TCS, JUCS

Some older books ordered for the Foucault project – the Dosse has some important information on CERFI, there is a Foucault piece in The Tel Quel Reader; Andrew Barry’s Material Politics and Louise Amoore’s The Politics of Possibility sent by … Continue reading

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Journal of Urban Cultural Studies – website and call for papers

The Journal of Urban Cultural Studies will be published by Intellect, and has a website here. The subscription price is low, and authors can opt for open access at a price – but one that is considerably lower than many … Continue reading

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Journal of Urban Cultural Studies

This is a journal in development, with Benjamin Fraser as executive editor – full details here.

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