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Volume 40, issue 7, 2022

The politics of co-implementation and their potential in shaping egalitarian cities pp. 1403-1420 Downloads
Angeliki Paidakaki, Xenia Katsigianni and Pieter Van den Broeck
I had no idea that Europe had internal borders: Migrants’ ‘secondary movements’ before the EU internal border regime pp. 1421-1436 Downloads
Silvia Aru
Competing climate spectacles in the amplified public space pp. 1437-1454 Downloads
Eleanor Johnson and HÃ¥vard Haarstad
The afterlives of urban megaprojects: Grounding policy models and recirculating knowledge through domestic networks pp. 1455-1472 Downloads
Gabriel Silvestre and Guillermo Jajamovich
How do cities challenge patterns of demand? Characterising the local governance of climate change in Nordic cities pp. 1473-1491 Downloads
Jesse Schrage and Kristin Kjærås
Toxic violence in marine sacrificial zones: Developing blue justice through marine democracy in Chile pp. 1492-1514 Downloads
Jeremy Anbleyth-Evans, Manuel Prieto, Jonathan Barton, Ana Garcia Cegarra, Sandor Muslow, Emilo Ricci, Leonardo Campus and Vergara Pinto Francisca
Power dynamics in collaborative rural planning: The case of Pematang Tengah, Indonesia pp. 1515-1534 Downloads
Muhammad Taufiq, Suhirman Suhirman, Tubagus Furqon Sofhani and Benedictus Kombaitan
De-politicising and re-politicising transport infrastructure futures pp. 1535-1550 Downloads
Crystal Legacy
Mixed signals: Understanding the democratic work of narratives in pro-immigrant protests across local policy environments pp. 1551-1569 Downloads
Alice Huff and Abigail Cooke
Infrastructure in times of exception: Unravelling the discourses, governance reforms and politics in ‘Building Back Better’ from COVID-19 pp. 1570-1588 Downloads
Iain White, Crystal Legacy and Graham Haughton
Implementation of agrarian reform in North Sumatra, Indonesia: The productiveness of institutional fragmentation pp. 1589-1605 Downloads
Zhe Yu Lee

Volume 40, issue 6, 2022

The declining appeal of mega-events in entrepreneurial cities: From Los Angeles 1984 to Los Angeles 2028 pp. 1203-1218 Downloads
John Lauermann
Manufacturing mandates: Property, race, and the criminalisation of trespass in England and Wales pp. 1219-1236 Downloads
Samuel Burgum, Helen Jones and Ryan Powell
Transnational circuits of policy knowledge and discursive migration. The formation and transformation of planning policies in Argentina pp. 1237-1255 Downloads
Rodrigo Alves Rolo, Martijn Duineveld and Kristof Van Assche
Managing service hubs in Miami and Osaka: Between capacious commons and meagre street-level bureaucracies pp. 1256-1271 Downloads
Geoffrey DeVerteuil, Matthew D. Marr and Johannes Kiener
The urban political never sleeps: A framework for tracing emergent counter-responses to depoliticisation pp. 1272-1289 Downloads
Mohamed Saleh and Ward Rauws
Stewardship practice and the performance of citizenship: Greening tree-pits in the streets of Berlin pp. 1290-1306 Downloads
Jens Lachmund
Electoral politics, gentrification, and strategic use of contested place identities in Toronto’s Portuguese neighbourhood pp. 1307-1325 Downloads
Koki Takahashi
The making of low-carbon urbanism: Climate change, discursive strategy, and rhetorical decarbonization in Chinese cities pp. 1326-1345 Downloads
Yunjing Li and George C. S. Lin
Seeing like a Zone: Privately deputized sovereignty within Toronto’s Sanctuary City pp. 1346-1364 Downloads
Sasha Skaidra
Easier said than done? Involving citizens in the smart city pp. 1365-1381 Downloads
David Sweeting, Jessica de Alba-Ulloa, Mario Pansera and Alex Marsh
From policy mobility to top-down policy transfer: ‘Comfortization’ of Russian cities beyond neoliberal rationality pp. 1382-1400 Downloads
Maria Gunko, Daniela Zupan, Larissa Riabova, Yulia Zaika and Andrey Medvedev

Volume 40, issue 5, 2022

Introduction pp. 989-993 Downloads
Suzan Ilcan, Vicki Squire and Maurice Stierl
Mobility and its discontents: Seeing beyond international space and progressive time pp. 994-1011 Downloads
Anne McNevin
The borderization of waiting: Negotiating borders and migration in the 2011 Syrian civil conflict pp. 1012-1031 Downloads
Suzan Ilcan
The intimate-mobility entanglement: Subaltern trajectories in the Haitian-Dominican borderlands pp. 1032-1047 Downloads
Masaya Llavaneras Blanco
Hidden geographies of the ‘Mediterranean migration crisis’ pp. 1048-1063 Downloads
Vicki Squire
Reframing refugee crisis: A “European crisis of migration†or a “crisis of protection†? pp. 1064-1082 Downloads
Maissaa Almustafa
Do no harm? The impact of policy on migration scholarship pp. 1083-1102 Downloads
Maurice Stierl
Border practices and border games pp. 1103-1105 Downloads
William Walters
COVID “death pitsâ€: US nursing homes, racial capitalism, and the urgency of antiracist eldercare pp. 1106-1129 Downloads
Shiloh Krupar and Amina Sadural
Who will man the rigs when we go?†transnational demographic fever dreams between Qatar and Texas pp. 1130-1146 Downloads
Danya Al-Saleh
Geographies of revolution: Prefiguration and spaces of alterity in Latin American radicalism pp. 1147-1164 Downloads
Federico Ferretti
The political geographies of strategic partnerships: City deals and non-deals pp. 1165-1181 Downloads
Ilppo Soininvaara
Dispossession by municipalization: Property, pipelines, and divisions of power in settler colonial Canada pp. 1182-1199 Downloads
Jeremy J. Schmidt

Volume 40, issue 4, 2022

Minor keywords of political theory: Migration as a critical standpoint pp. 781-875 Downloads
N De Genova, M Tazzioli, Claudia Aradau, Brenna Bhandar, Manuela Bojadzijev, Josue David Cisneros, N De Genova, Julia Eckert, Elena Fontanari, Tanya Golash-Boza, Jef Huysmans, Shahram Khosravi, Clara Lecadet, Patrisia Macías Rojas, Federica Mazzara, Anne McNevin, Peter Nyers, Stephan Scheel, Nandita Sharma, Maurice Stierl, Vicki Squire, M Tazzioli, Huub van Baar and William Walters
Aid micropolitics: Everyday southern resistance to racialized and geographical assumptions of expertise pp. 876-894 Downloads
Gemma Sou
Networked insurgence and an anti-electoral democracy: Bangkok space 2014–2020 pp. 895-912 Downloads
Ross King
Becoming WestConnex – Becoming Sydney: Object-oriented politics, contested storylines and the multi-scalar imaginaries of building a motorway network in Sydney, Australia pp. 913-932 Downloads
Graham Haughton and Phil McManus
Institutional straddling: Negotiating micro-governance in Hanoi’s new urban areas pp. 933-949 Downloads
Danielle Labbé and Gabriel Fauveaud
Noxious deindustrialization: Experiences of precarity and pollution in Scotland’s petrochemical capital pp. 950-969 Downloads
Lorenzo Feltrin, Alice Mah and David Brown
Micropolitical practices of multispatial metagovernance in rural Denmark pp. 970-986 Downloads
Jens Kaae Fisker, Pia Heike Johansen and Annette Aagaard Thuesen

Volume 40, issue 3, 2022

Just air? Spatial injustice and the politicisation of air pollution pp. 563-571 Downloads
Anneleen Kenis and Maarten Loopmans
Breathing in the polyrhythmic city: A spatiotemporal, rhythmanalytic account of urban air pollution and its inequalities pp. 572-591 Downloads
Gordon Walker, Douglas Booker and Paul J Young
Resistance is in the air: From post-politics to the politics of expertise pp. 592-610 Downloads
Nicola da Schio and Bas van Heur
The role of the media in staging air pollution: The controversy on extreme air pollution along Oxford Street and other debates on poor air quality in London pp. 611-628 Downloads
Anneleen Kenis and Benjamin Barratt
Towards a sensory politics of the Anthropocene: Exploring activist-artistic approaches to politicizing air pollution pp. 629-647 Downloads
Friederike Landau and Alexandra Toland
And then came this number PM2.5: Atmospheric particulate matter, sociotechnical imaginaries, and the politics of air quality data pp. 648-665 Downloads
Agáta Marzecová and Hanna Husberg
Left behind in perception of air pollution? A hidden form of spatial injustice in China pp. 666-684 Downloads
Wei Hong, Yimeng Wei and Shuyan Wang
Consensus and entrepreneurship: The contrasting local and national politics of UK air pollution pp. 685-704 Downloads
Tomas Maltby
Rethinking environmental justice: capability building, public knowledge and the struggle against traffic-related air pollution pp. 705-723 Downloads
Maarten Loopmans, Linde Smits and Anneleen Kenis
‘Party in the street’: The partisan politics of space pp. 724-743 Downloads
David Jenkins and Lipin Ram
Toward the commoning of governance pp. 744-762 Downloads
Stephen Leitheiser, Elen-Maarja Trell, Ina Horlings and Alex Franklin
Urban planners as boundary spanners: Steering perceptions of asylum seeker accommodations in Germany pp. 763-778 Downloads
Maria Schiller

Volume 40, issue 2, 2022

Critical political geographies of slow violence and resistance pp. 359-372 Downloads
Rachel Pain and Caitlin Cahill
Slow nonviolence: Muslim women resisting the everyday violence of dispossession and marginalization pp. 373-390 Downloads
Amy D Piedalue
Embodied and entangled: Slow violence and harm via digital technologies pp. 391-408 Downloads
Rachel Brydolf-Horwitz
Slow violence and toxic geographies: ‘Out of sight’ to whom? pp. 409-427 Downloads
Thom Davies
Death by ‘nature’: The European border regime and the spatial production of slow violence pp. 428-446 Downloads
Estela Schindel
Ethnographies of slow violence: Epistemological alliances in fieldwork and narrating ruins pp. 447-462 Downloads
Alexander Vorbrugg
Discursive politics and policy (im)mobility: Metro-TOD policies in India pp. 463-480 Downloads
Harsh Mittal and Arpit Shah
Pragmatic state rescaling: The dynamics and diversity of state space in Indonesian megaproject planning and governance pp. 481-501 Downloads
Delik Hudalah, Tessa Talitha and Seruni Fauzia Lestari
Dealing with violence: Varied reactions from frontline workers acting in highly vulnerable territories pp. 502-519 Downloads
Gabriela Lotta, Fernanda Lima-Silva and Arilson Favareto
“Still a bit uncomfortable, to be an arm of the stateâ€: Making sense and subjects of counter-extremism in the UK and Morocco pp. 520-540 Downloads
Niyousha Bastani and Lorena Gazzotti
(In)coherent subjects? The politics of conceptualising resistance in the UK asylum system pp. 541-560 Downloads
Sarah M Hughes

Volume 40, issue 1, 2022

Rethinking the biopolitical: Borders, refugees, mobilities… pp. 3-30 Downloads
Claudio Minca, Alexandra Rijke, Polly Pallister-Wilkins, Martina Tazzioli, Darshan Vigneswaran, Henk van Houtum and Annelies van Uden
Counter-hegemonic struggle and the framing practices of the anti-nuclear platform in Turkey (2002–2018) pp. 31-49 Downloads
Sevgi Balkan Åžahin and Marella Bodur Ãœn
Differential inclusion through education: Reforms and spatial justice in Finnish education policy pp. 50-68 Downloads
Marika Kettunen and Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola
Institutional capacity development within the national urban policy formation process – Participants’ views pp. 69-89 Downloads
Ratka ÄŒolić, Ä orÄ‘e Milić, Jasna Petrić and NataÅ¡a ÄŒolić
Filtered violence: Human rights law, forced displacement and land politics in Colombia pp. 90-107 Downloads
Max Counter
‘Seeing like a city’, or ‘seeing like a state’ in a city? Paris, capital of femonationalism pp. 108-123 Downloads
Claire Hancock
From towers to walls: Trump’s border wall as entrepreneurial performance pp. 124-142 Downloads
Åshild Kolås and Lacin ldil Oztig
Homeland as a multi-scalar community: (Dis)continuities in the US security/safety discourse and practice pp. 143-164 Downloads
Simone Tulumello and Roberto Falanga
People as infrastructure politics in global north cities: Chicago’s South Side pp. 165-179 Downloads
David Wilson
Intersectionality and climate policy-making: The inclusion of social difference by three Swedish government agencies pp. 180-200 Downloads
Benedict E Singleton, Nanna Rask, Gunnhildur Lily Magnusdottir and Annica Kronsell
A participatory local governance approach to social innovation: A case study of Seongbuk-gu, South Korea pp. 201-220 Downloads
Sangmin Kim
Contested mobilities in the maritory: Implications of boundary formation in a nomadic space pp. 221-240 Downloads
José Barrena, Alberto Harambour, Machiel Lamers and Simon R Bush
The fantasmatic narrative of ‘sustainable development’. A political analysis of the 2030 Global Development Agenda pp. 241-259 Downloads
Juan Telleria and Jorge Garcia-Arias
Aversive racism and community-instigated policing: The spatial politics of Nextdoor pp. 260-278 Downloads
Stefano Bloch
Rhythmanalysis: Rethinking the politics of everyday negotiations in ordinary public spaces pp. 279-297 Downloads
Marie Gibert-Flutre
Austerity, teleological ‘ends’ and the timespace practices of the state organisation pp. 298-317 Downloads
Crispian Fuller
Smart as (un)democratic? The making of a smart city imaginary in Kolkata, India pp. 318-339 Downloads
Bipashyee Ghosh and Saurabh Arora
Retrofitting an emergency approach to the climate crisis: A study of two climate emergency declarations in Aotearoa New Zealand pp. 340-356 Downloads
Sylvia Nissen and Raven Cretney
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