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Call for Papers: Issue 2: 2 (November 2017)

Partial Date: 2017CE Jul 1st
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Document Category: Call for Papers, IIHS, Urbanisation

Anchored at the Indian Institute for Human Settlements, Bangalore, Urbanisation is published on a bi-annual basis (May, December) by Sage Publications India. It is available worldwide online through international journal indices such as SAGE Premiere and HighWire, and in print through Sage’s extensive distribution channels. The current issue can be found here.

Urbanisation aims to publish comparative as well as collaborative interdisciplinary scholarship that will illuminate the global urban condition beginning with a firm footprint in the Global South. A platform that brings together inter-disciplinary scholarship on the urban, it is equally interested in critical and reflexive discussions on diverse forms and sectors of urban practice. It seeks to do so not only to inform urban theory, policy and practice but also to enable the construction of diverse forms of knowledge and knowledge production needed to enable us to understand contemporary urban life.

The Journal seeks to:

  • Promote theorisation of urban processes from the perspective of a wide range of practices that shape urban life.
  • Publish comparative as well as collaborative interdisciplinary scholarship that will illuminate the global urban condition beginning with a firm footprint in the Global South.
  • Provide a platform that brings together and puts into conversation interdisciplinary scholarship on the urban.
  • Provide a platform that allows critical and reflexive discussion from and on diverse forms and sectors of urban practice.
  • Enable diverse forms of knowledge and knowledge production particularly those that bridge the theory-practice divide as well as disciplinary and methodological boundaries.
  • Learn from and inform urban policy and practice across a range of domains and sectors.

Call for Papers: Issue 2: 2 (November 2017)