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New Article: The Potential Politics of the Porous City

A new co-authored publication is now online!

The Potential Politics of the Porous City was written with Theresa Enright from the University of Toronto. It explores the concept of porosity and what it might offer to the future of urban development, both as an epistemology and as an emergent planning ideal.

Dr. Enright is a captivating and incisive writer, and working on this article provided great insight into the work she is doing within contemporary urban studies. It also raised questions for future research about the role porosity plays in smart cities, and how the risks of this new urban vision might be mitigated moving forward.

You can read the article here, or by visiting the publication page on this website.

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