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Town Planning Review 91.1 Featured Article

The editors of Town Planning Review have selected ‘Institutions for housing subsidisation: the case of low-income housing in China’ by Feng Deng as the Featured Article for Town Planning Review 91.1. The paper will be free to access for a limited time here. When asked to describe the paper and highlight its importance, the author … Continue reading

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International Development Planning Review 42.1 Featured Article

The editors of International Development Planning Review have selected ‘Everyday violence and bottom-up peace building initiatives by the urban poor in Mumbai’ by Amita Bhide as the Featured Article for International Development Planning Review 42.1. The paper will be free to access for a limited time here. When asked to describe the paper and highlight … Continue reading

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Town Planning Review 90.5 Featured Article

The editors of Town Planning Review have selected ‘The planned ‘city-region’ in the New Urban Agenda: an appropriate framing for urban food security?’ by Jane Battersby and Vanessa Watson as the Featured Article for Town Planning Review 90.5. The paper will be free to access for a limited time here. When asked to describe the paper and highlight its … Continue reading

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Town Planning Review 90.2 Featured Article

The editors of Town Planning Review have selected ‘Can Self-Build Housing improve Social Sustainability within Low-Income Groups?’ by Helena Obremski and Claudia Carter as the Featured Article for TPR 90.2. The paper will be free to access for a limited time here. When asked to describe the paper and highlight its importance, the authors stated … Continue reading

Irish Studies, Uncategorized

Women of the Country House in Ireland – Five minutes with Maeve O’Riordan

Ahead of the launch of Women of the Country House in Ireland, 1860-1914, author Maeve O'Riordan discusses the various experiences of women among the Irish Ascendancy, from financial freedom to their own observations of motherhood. Women of the Country House in Ireland 1860-1914 reveals the lives of the women among the Irish Ascendancy. How did you go about … Continue reading