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A Folly For London

In the vein of Private Eye and Punch – or Hogarth and Banksy – read about Will Jennings’ Folly For London competition which is using satire as a tool for social action. Launching today, the competition runs through to August 28th when it… Continue Reading →

In pictures

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The Battle for Skopje – urban citizenship and the legacy of the past by Ljubica Spaskovska

We asked Dr Ljubica Spaskovska, Associate Research Fellow in History at the University of Exeter to describe the response of Skopje citizens to the contemporary reconstruction of the city. Spaskovska is an Associate Research Fellow on the Leverhulme Trust funded project ‘1989 after… Continue Reading →

Peter Hall and Non-Plan

By Richard J Williams First published August 2014 at Richard J William’s Blog Peter Hall, who died last week aged 82 was a planner, but also one of the most lucid writers about cities in any language. I routinely give… Continue Reading →

Cities and Citizenship, An interview with David Harvey

What does it mean to be a citizen today? An Interview with David Harvey conducted by Igor Stiks. First published in June 2011 in webmagazine ‘Citizenship in Southeast Europe’ www.citsee.eu What, in your opinion, does it mean to be a citizen today?… Continue Reading →

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