become calcified in a Japanese type model of declining marriage and fertility rates and rising numbers of senior citizens. According to the National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan’s population is expected to shrink from 127
Is there a link?
Japan’s internal cohesion and external conflict with neighbors
Robert W. Compton Jr.
Global Black Ecologies
Justin Hosbey, Hilda Lloréns, and J. T. Roane
framework for understanding the quotidian ways that Black communities navigate geographies calcified by antiblackness, residential segregation, and pollution. Morrison analyzes both literary history and social science literature to outline Black spatial
Unbuilt and Unfinished
The Temporalities of Infrastructure
Ashley Carse and David Kneas
question the narratives of inevitability that can calcify around infrastructures. Like the historian Kathryn Oberdeck's analysis of the unbuilt spaces of Kohler, Wisconsin, with its “paper streets, imaginary blocks, [and] fantasy buildings,” this heuristic