Category Archives: Martin Wagner

Back to the blog

It has been almost six months since the last post on this blog  —  I had not realized that it had reached over 1,000 followers during this period, thank you all for reading! Besides the typically frantic teaching and management … Continue reading

Posted in Commons, Comunes, Crisis, Dictatorships and Urbanism, Diseño urbano, Dispossession, Espacio y política, Historia del urbanismo, Landscape architecture, Landscape theory, Martin Wagner, Mis publicaciones, My research, Pier Vittorio Aureli, Planning history, Political economy, Politics, Politics and space, Social History of Planning, Teoría urbana, Urban design, Urban Theory Lab | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

‘Martin Wagner in America’ | Out in Planning Perspectives

The final version of my article ‘Martin Wagner in America: planning and the political economy of capitalist urbanization’ has been published in Planning Perspectives (this alternative link provides temporary free access to the full paper). This is part of the … Continue reading

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Martin Wagner and the politics of capitalist urbanization

It’s been almost a month since I arrived in Cambridge to conduct a research on the work of Martin Wagner at Harvard during his appointment as a professor at the Graduate School of Design. Wagner —an engineer and planner, head … Continue reading

Posted in Arquitectura y crítica, Comunes, David Harvey, Espacio social, Espacio y política, Martin Wagner, Neil Brenner, Sin categoría, Urban politics, Urban Theory Lab, Urbanismo crítico | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

A prelude to urban renewal | Martin Wagner against the commons

I have been away from the blog for a little while—this time, in addition to the usual excuses of work overload, due to the paperwork and related administrative hustle and bustle for an upcoming visit to Harvard Graduate School of … Continue reading

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