Newly available, a double issue of the political theory and activist magazine engagée, on the theme of Radical Cities, containing a series of pieces connecting theories of more-or-less radical democracy with reflections on city-based, urban-themed political issues and movements, with contributors and examples drawn from across Europe.
The issue contains, amongst many other things, a re-versioned paper by me, ‘What Do Cities Have To Do With Democracy?’. I just received a pile of hard copies of the journal, so if you ask nicely I might send you one.
This looks fantastic and very much related to the argument we’re trying to develop in a new project (Occupy Climate Change, details here: https://www.kth.se/en/abe/inst/philhist/historia/forskning/environmental-humani/occ/occupy-climate-change-occ-1.783230). Would it be possible for you to send us a hardcopy of the journal up north to KTH Environmental Humanities Lab, Stockholm?
Teknikringen 74D, 5th floor, 10044 Stockholm, Sweden should work.
Cheers and many thanks in advance,
I will send it along.
Ooh, that sounds nice Clive!
Would love a copy 😉
Hope all good your side,
Dr. Barbara Lipietz
Lecturer | Director MSc Urban Development Planning
The Bartlett Development Planning Unit
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Great, will pop it in the post sometime soon, between marking.