Debt Wish 20 Years On: Revisiting Sbragia’s U.S. Entrepreneurial Urbanism Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting 2016, San Francisco Organizers: Mark Davidson (Clark University) and Kevin Ward (University of Manchester) Call for Papers “Local officials […] have revamped or transformed both the institutions and the processes of investment in order to maximize Read more about Call for Papers, 2016 AAG: Debt Wish 20 Years On: Revisiting Sbragia’s U.S. Entrepreneurial Urbanism[…]
Very proud of this article on municipal bankruptcy, now out in EPA. Written with Bill Kutz, it examines how local fiscal crisis has been wrapped up with ideological battles played out at the local level.
Very pleased to see my ‘Method of Equality‘ paper with Kurt Iveson finally make the printed edition of Progress.
More thinking about social class and London’s politics is available in the 19(2/3) issue of CITY. The title of the article is “Same, but different: Within London’s ‘static’ class structure and the missing antagonism.”
My review essay of Sara Westin’s wonderful book The Paradoxes of Planning: A Psycho-Analytical Perspective (Ashgate) is now online at Society and Space. Sara’s book is also reviewed by Andrew Shmuely and Jesse Proudfoot.