Theme section – A New Apparatus: Technology, Government and the Resilient City

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The first issue of the 2014 volume of Society and Space includes the theme section, “A New Apparatus: Technology, Government and the Resilient City.” It is guest edited by Bruce Braun and Stephanie Wakefield, and is comprised of an editorial introduction, papers by BraunJennifer Gabrys and Ross Exo Adams and a translation of a piece by Giorgio Agamben. All contents of the theme section will be open access until 11 March 2014.

Also check out the following commentaries and photo essay that the guest editors and authors have provided as supplements to the material in the print journal:

Bruce Braun and Stephanie Wakefield – Inhabiting the Postapocalytic City

Ross Exo Adams – The Burden of the Present: On the Concept of Urbanisation

Jennifer Gabrys – Smart Cities as Sustainable Cities: A Visual Essay

4 Responses to Theme section – A New Apparatus: Technology, Government and the Resilient City

  1. stuartelden says:

    Reblogged this on Progressive Geographies and commented:

    Additional open site pieces to go with the Society and Space theme section.

  2. Pingback: Society and Space special section: Technology, Government and the Resilient City | Open Geography

  3. Pingback: Notes on Agamben’s theory of destituent power | Society and Space - Environment and Planning D

  4. Pingback: “A New Apparatus: Technology, Government and the Resilient City.” | Stephanie Wakefield

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