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High-rise social failures

Regulating technologies, authority, and aesthetics in the resettlement of Taipei military villages

Elisa Tamburo

Zhongxin Village's relocation—and on a month and a half of follow-up fieldwork in 2017—a year after the relocation. New regulatory regimes, articulated with new house technologies, governance, and aesthetics challenge the inhabitants’ spatial practices

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Nir Gazit and Yagil Levy

Forces For? The Changing Nature of Military Roles in Europe .” International Affairs 82 ( 6 ): 1059 – 1075 . https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-2346.2006.00588.x 10.1111/j.1468-2346.2006.00588.x Gazit , Nir . 2009 . “ Social Agency, Spatial

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‘Off Path, Counter Path’

Contemporary Walking Collaborations in Landscape, Art and Poetry

Harriet Tarlo and Judith Tucker

at the bulletins on the Walking Artists Network website, intended for ‘all those who are interested in walking as a critical spatial practice’. 19 Many of these practices present the act of walking as art and what is shown in the gallery is the

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Ashley Lebner

conjuncture: how beneath prevailing discourses of racial inclusion, racial discrimination has continued to be expressed daily, and even silently, through the work of spatializing practices. Yet the very distinct path each author takes to arrive at this point

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Notes around Hospitality as Inhabitation

Engaging with the Politics of Care and Refugees’ Dwelling Practices in the Italian Urban Context

Camillo Boano and Giovanna Astolfo

encounters with and between different people, places, and services, and the spatial practices that develop to endure and maintain life. To do so, the article examines forms of inhabitation in the city of Brescia, Italy, where the presence of refugees and

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Michael Sheridan

space: representations of space by specialized planners (such as monuments and housing developments), spaces of representation in which everyday life actually occurs (such as bedrooms and graveyards), and spatial practices that provide conventionalized

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“That’s Where I First Saw the Water”

Mobilizing Children’s Voices in UK Flood Risk Management

Alison Lloyd Williams, Amanda Bingley, Marion Walker, Maggie Mort, and Virginia Howells

their analysis of how walking “evokes and invokes,” Maggie O’Neill and Phil Hubbard argue that “performative, visual and qualitative methods” are useful in seeking to understand the “embodied tactics, spatial practices and modes of expression with which

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Along the Lines of the Occupation

Playing at Diminished Reality in East Jerusalem

Fabio Cristiano and Emilio Distretti

—along the Green Line on the north-south axis of the city—we intended to engage with the performativity of a border that, from 1949 until today, has been made invisible by Israeli authorities, policies, and mainstream narratives ( Gordon 2008 ). As a spatial

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Objects of Dispute

Planning, Discourse, and State Power in Post-War France

Edward Welch

et je m’effraie”), 33 Lefebvre encapsulates his critique of planned space as the imposition of a geometric order which seeks to regulate, organize, and rationalize the spontaneity of everyday life and its spatial practices, and as a result produces

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Laurie Kain Hart

which the spatial practices of everyday life were ideologically monitored. Like Kwon above, philosopher Edward Casey (1996: 26) argues that the chief attribute of ‘place’ is its quality of gathering conflictual things together such that inhabitants of