Modern Chinese Literature and Culture, Modern Chinese Poetry, Chinese Visual Art, Urban Culture, comparative Modernisms
…ban evolution. Each chapter undertakes an interdisciplinary journey through a specific image: Gran Vía (1974-81), Madrid desde Torres Blancas (1974-82), Madrid desde la torre de bomberos de Vallecas (1990-2006).
Fraser, B. (ed. & introd.). Marxism and Urban Culture. Fwd. by Andy Merrifield. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield), 2014. (xxvii & 253 pp., ISBN 978–0–7319–9157–6) [promotional endorsements by Donald McNeill, U of Western Sydney and Adam David Morton, U of Nottingham]…
Executive Editor Journal of Urban Cultural Studies Senior Editor Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies Associate Editor Hispania Co-Editor Hispanic Urban Studies series
Frans Ari Prasetyo (email@example.com) is an independent researcher and photographer. His interests are the evolution of urban politics, culture and sub-cultures, artists and underground activists, using a methodology that is strongly community-research based and relies on urban culture/planning, visual anthropology/ethnography. He join in Ethnography Lab – University of Toronto
I am a historian of modern Europe, specialising in the history of science, urban history and the study of translation and reception in the history of ideas. My research interests include the academic and popular reception of Darwinism and evolution in Hungary and Central Europe; the study of knowledge production and transfer in the long nineteenth century; the role of the city and urban culture, including the urban press, in the circulation and transformations of knowledge; the history of scientific societies, associations and institutions; and the effect of migration and exile on knowledge transfer.
Michiel de Lange (1976) is an Assistant Professor in New Media Studies, Department of Media and Culture Studies, Utrecht University, Netherlands; co-founder of The Mobile City (http://www.themobilecity.nl), a platform for the study of new media and urbanism; and works as a researcher in the field of (mobile) media, urban culture, identity and play. See https://www.uu.nl/staff/MLdeLange/ and http://blog.bijt.org.
Contemporary Spanish Culture, Urban Space, Tourism Studies
American literature, academic culture, digital humanities, Walt Whitman, urban studies.
urban studies, cultural geography, spatial theory, visual culture
Dissertation in progress: “The Archival City: Cultural Responses to Urban Violence in Postwar Guatemala.” Central America; Creative Pedagogy; Cultural Studies; Ethnographic Approaches; Gender and Sexualities; Spaces of Memory; Neoliberalism and/as Culture; Postwar Guatemala; Public Intellectuals; Social Justice; Urban Violence
Middle English and Anglo-Latin literature, public poetry, documentary culture, urban and commercial history, medieval historiography