Radical Cities

Newly available, a double issue of the political theory and activist magazine engagéeon 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.

4 thoughts on “Radical Cities

  1. Hi Clive,

    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,

    Ethemcan Turhan

  2. Ooh, that sounds nice Clive!

    Would love a copy 😉

    Hope all good your side,
    Barbara

    Dr. Barbara Lipietz
    Lecturer | Director MSc Urban Development Planning
    The Bartlett Development Planning Unit
    t: + 44 (0)20 7679 1111 | e: b.lipietz@ucl.ac.uk | http://www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/dpu
    DPU | 34 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9EZ, UK

    Latest article: Cabannes, Y and B. Lipietz (2018). Revisiting the democratic promise of participatory budgeting
    in light of competing political, good governance and technocratic logics. Environment and Urbanization. 30(1): 1-18.
    http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0956247817746279

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