Heterodoxies: New Approaches to Power and Agency in the Modern City

Over the last fifty years the history of modern cities has developed around two axes of interpretation, the first concerned with urbanisation as a process, the second with the city as the locus and progenitor of social identities. Simon Gunn argues that both these interpretive approaches now offer diminishing returns.

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