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‘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

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Verano musical en la ciudad (4) │ Berlín, Berlín

Hoy día no sabría decirles, pero hace años mi ciudad favorita era Berlín; esa sensación de estar siempre pisando varios estratos de historia, consustancial a cualquier metrópoli, era allí tan intensa, casi obsesionante, y revivía en cada nueva visita… También … Continue reading

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