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Imagi(ni)ng Urban Transformation in Post-Détente Havana

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Urban Murals and the Post-Protest Imagery of Networked Publics: The Remediated Aftermath of Ukraine’s Euromaidan on Instagram

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Hues on a Shell: Cyber-Dystopia and the Hong Kong Façade in the Cinematic City

This article addresses the visual specificities of the imaginations, “reimaginings”, and interpretations of Hong Kong’s urban space as represented in the American adaptation of Ghost in the Shell (Sanders 2017).

Brian Sze-hang Kwok
sdbriank[a]polyu.edu.hk
Assistant Professor
School of Design
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Anneke Coppoolse
anneke.coppoolse[a]polyu.edu.hk
Assistant Professor
School of Design
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

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Pienoismalli menetetyn kaupunkimaiseman kuvitelmana – Kulttuurinen elinkaarianalyysi Viipurin pienoismallista

Artikkeli selvittää miten ja ehkä miksi pienoismalleja rakennetaan. Tutkimus perustuu uuteen menetelmään, kulttuuriseen elinkaarianalyysiin, ja sen kohteena on Viipurin kaupungin pienoismallin rakentumisen vaiheet.

Simo Laakkonen
simo.laakkonen[a]utu.fi
VTT, maisemantutkimuksen yliopistonlehtori
Maisemantutkimus
Turun yliopisto

Susanna Siro
susanna.siro[a]utu.fi
FM, tohtorikoulutettava
Maisemantutkimus
Turun yliopisto

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The Graffiti Storyline and Urban Planning: Key Narratives in the Planning, Marketing, and News Texts of Santalahti and Hiedanranta

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Kick the Dead Rabbit: Tuxedos, Movies, and Cosmopolitan Urban Imaginaries in Macao

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Constructing the Moral Landscape of a City: The Narrative Exclusion of Delhi’s “Floating Populations”

The essay analyses narrative constructions of (threatening) floating populations of migrant labourers and the (threatened) urban landscape of New Delhi, India.

Somdatta Bhattacharya
jijabh[a]gmail.com
DR, Assistant Professor
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
West Bengal, India

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‘Loitering’ in Urban Public Space – Wandering with a Street Poet in Berlin

The author accompanied a poet and street vendor on the streets of Berlin over a two-week period. The text collage discusses the phenomenon of ’loitering’ in urban public spaces in two parallel discourses.

Julia Weber
julia.weber[a]zhdk.ch
PhD-Student, joint PhD
Institute for Contemporary Art Research
Zurich University of the Arts – Art University Linz