Urban Public Sector as Commons
* Article: The urban public sector as commons: Response to Susser and Tonnelat. By Jane Collins. Focaal: Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology, Forum: Forging the urban commons, Volume: 2013 Issue: 66.
"Susser and Tonnelat’s article on the three urban commons is both visionary and heartening. Its counterpastoral polemic glorifies urban modes of sociality and the forms of common property fostered by urban life. The authors find in cities communities of experience that cross class lines and create inadvertent coalitions around shared problems. They argue that specific components of what has been called “the right to the city” need to be understood as “commons”—collective property that is neither fully public nor private but shared by individuals as they go about everyday life in urban settings."
- The three urban commons idea is outlined here at http://www.berghahnjournals.com/view/journals/focaal/2013/66/focaal660110a.xml