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Durham University

Urban Worlds

Recent Publications

Anderson, B. 2016.
Governing Emergencies: The Politics of Delay and the Logic of Response.
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 41:14-26.

Anderson, B. & Gordon, R. 2016.
Government and (Non)Event: The Promise of Control.
Social and Cultural Geography.

Colls, R. & Evans, B. 2014.
Making space for fat bodies?: A critical account of 'the obesogenic environment'.
Progress in Human Geography. 38:733-753.

Harker, C. 2014.
The only way is up? Ordinary topologies of Ramallah.
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 38:318-335.

Leshem, N. & Pinkerton, A. 2016.
Re-inhabiting No Man's Land: Genealogies, Political Life and Critical Agendas.
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 41.1, 41-53.

Leshem, N. 2015.
"Over our dead bodies": Placing necropolitical activism.
Political Geography 45. 34-44.

Marvin, S. Luque-Ayala, A. & McFarlane, C. 2016.
Smart Urbanism: Utopian Vision or False Dawn?

Luque-Ayala, A. & Marvin, S. 2016.
The maintenance of urban circulation: An operational logic of infrastructural control.
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 34:191-208.

Luque-Ayala, A. & Marvin, S. 2015.
Developing a Critical Understanding of Smart Urbanism?
Urban Studies. 52:2105-2116.

Painter, J. 2012.
The politics of the neighbour.
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 30:515-533.

Power, M. Newell, P. Baker, L. Bulkeley, H. Kirshner, J. & Smith, A. 2016.
The political economy of energy transitions in Mozambique and South Africa: The role of the Rising Powers.
Energy Research & Social Science. 17:10-19.

Kirshner, J. & Power, M. 2015.
Mining and extractive urbanism: Postdevelopment in a Mozambican boomtown.
Geoforum. 61:67-78.

Zeiderman, A. Kaker, S. Silver, J. & Wood, A. 2015.
Uncertainty and Urban Life.
Public Culture, 27, 2. 281-304.

Silver, J. 2014.
Incremental infrastructures: Material improvisation and social collaboration across post-colonial Accra.
Urban Geography 35. 6, 788-804.