Roundtables

Re/framing the City of Cinema

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Laura Rascaroli on how the essay film's metahistorical nature, combined with the characteristics of post-modern space/time, produce a distinct treatment of the city as palimpsest.

Quantified Self-City-Nation

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Matthew W. Wilson considers the technicity of maps and ‘quantified self-city-nation’ as a general theory for the technoscientific solutions we offer to confront socio-technical problems.

We Are All Platform Urbanists Now

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Sarah Barns argues that a platform urbanism should be more than a focus of academic critique, but also a site for radical appropriations of urban space.