What Kind of Commons are the Urban Commons

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* Article: What kind of commons are the urban commons? By Susana Narotzky. Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology, Volume: 2013 Issue: 66

URL = http://www.berghahnjournals.com/view/journals/focaal/2013/66/focaal660110b.xml

Abstract

"Optimism of the will permeates this article, which builds on Lefebvre’s idea of The Right to the City ([1968] 2009) and its more recent revival by Harvey, specially in his last work where, after a period of scepticism regarding recent urban social movements as potentially politically transformative, he seems to vindicate their potential as part of a class understanding of these movements (2012)."

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Other article on the same topic in the special issue of this journal: Forum: Forging the urban commons

  • Transformative cities: The three urban commons

Ida Susser and Stéphane Tonnelat

  • The urban public sector as commons: Response to Susser and Tonnelat

Jane Collins

  • Urban commons and urban struggles

Alain Bertho

  • Transformative cities: A response to Narotzky, Collins, and Bertho

Ida Susser and Stéphane Tonnelat