Sharon Albert & Amy Corbin end this issue with a discussion of the integrative assignments they designed around immigration and migration for their linked courses.Read More
In the final post of the Roundtable, Helena Holgersson and Erik Florin Persson address the role of Richard Florida’s ideas in Gothenburg’s self-presentation and self-conception.Read More
Alex Kupfer reflects on Disney’s history of expropriation in connection to economic inequality and labor disputes as the Roundtable wraps up.Read More
Sharon Albert & Amy Corbin on teaching migration, travel, and immigration through the cluster formatRead More
Theo Stojanov explores the Montreal game industry’s construction of its ideal recruit in the context of local policies, especially surrounding languageRead More
Myles McNutt discusses the various ways in which cities do and do not transform their status as popular shooting locations into spatial capitalRead More
In this Deep Dive, Annie Dell’Aria looks to Cincinnati’s recent Blink light festival to explore how such illuminations are used to define cities and the urban experience for residentsRead More
In this installment of our continuing series of conversations with authors of new books on cities and urban culture, reviews editor Noelle Griffis talks with Pamela Robertson Wojcik about her new book on the figure of the child in American urban film and fiction.
In this special podcast Q&A Mack Hagood interviews Shannon Mattern on her new book, Code and Clay, Data and Dirt, focusing on her discussion of sound.
Martha Shearer sits down with Mediapolis to discuss her new book on the history of New York City musicals.
The Global Cinematic City contributors consider the place of cinema and the concept of the cinematic city as the urban is increasingly informed by new forms of media, and how best to continue to think about the cinema and the city
Our Global Cinematic Cities contributors concentrate on the political implications of their topic, and look at the gaps left when approaching space through media