City & Community Vol. 18 No. 1
Vol. 18 No. 1 is now out.
The March issue, featuring a new cover, as well as a provocative symposium: Queer Urbanisms is now live. The symposium, with lead essayist Amin Ghaziani and responses (in the order in which they appear) by Theodore Greene, Petra Doan, Japonica Brown-Saracino and Héctor Carrillo is free access.
Symposium: Queer Urbanisms
Cultural Archipelagos: New Directions in the Study of Sexuality and Space
Queer Cultural Archipelagos are New to Us
Cultural Archipelagos or Planetary Systems
Aligning Our Maps: A Call to Reconcile Distinct Visions of Literatures on Sexualities, Space, and Place
Cultural Archipelagos and Immigrants’ Experiences
Environmental Justice and Public Beach Access
The Unbearable Lightness of the Cosmopolitan Canopy: Accomplishment of Diversity at an Urban Farmers Market
The Commons: Separating Tragedy and Triumph at a City Park
The Successive Nature of City Parks: Making and Remaking Unequal Access Over Time
On the Enactment of Roundabout Art: A Praxeological Analysis
“There’s Nothing Holding Us Back”: The Enduring and Shifting Cultural Outlooks of Inner City Second‐Generation Latinos
Urban Redevelopment, Cultural Philanthropy and the Commodification of Artistic Authenticity in Toronto
The Civic Side of Diversity: Ambivalence and Belonging at the Neighborhood Level
Feeling at Home in the Neighborhood: Belonging, the House and the Plaza in Helsinki and Madrid
DIY Urbanism and the Lens of the Commons: Observations from Spain
Getting by in New York City: Bonding, Bridging and Linking Capital in Poverty‐Impacted Neighborhoods
Social Support and Residential Stability in Privately Owned Assisted Housing
The Effect of Segregated Cities on Ethnoracial Minority Healthcare System Distrust
The Market Inscribed Landscape: An Institutional Logic of Food Deserts
Gangstering Grants: Bringing Power to Collective Efficacy Theory
Multicultural Engagements in Lived Spaces: How Cultural Communities Intersect in Belleville, Paris
Truth Spots: How Places Make People Believe, by Thomas Gieryn. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. 2018. ISBN: 9780226561950; 208 pp. $32.50 cloth.
Ours to Lose: When Squatters Became Homeowners in New York City, by . Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press, 2016. ISBN: 9780226399942; 318 pp. $90 hardcover. The Urban Politics of Squatters’ Movements (The Contemporary City), by . New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. ISBN: 9781349953134; 299, pp. $119 hardcover.
Chocolate Cities: The Black Map of American Life by Marcus Hunter and Zandria Robinson. Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2018. ISBN: 9780520292833; 312 pp. $29.95 Paperback.
Market Cities, People Cities: The Shape of Our Urban Future, by Michael Oluf Emerson and Kevin T. Smiley. New York, NY: NYU Press, 2018. ISBN: 9781479800261; 256 pp. $30 paperback.