New to the blog: “Given that development research is almost exclusively focused on countries in the so-called global South and on Southern issues of inequity as lived by bodies racialised as Black and Brown, the treatment of people who we call ‘southern researchers’ is particularly noteworthy and egregious”- Kamna Patel and Ala’a Shehabi on their article 'The value of development researchers: structural racism, universities and UK Overseas Development Assistance (ODA)', the latest Featured Article from IDPR, available #FreetoRead.
Featured in The T.S. Eliot Studies Annual, Volume 3: "Projections in the Haiku Manner": Richard Wright, T. S. Eliot, and Transpacific Modernism. Available free to read for a limited time.
New to the blog: “This paper is borne out of my simultaneous fascination and frustration with the Sustainable Development Goals”- Stephanie Butcher on her article 'Urban equality and the SDGs', the latest Featured Article from IDPR, available #FreetoRead.
Featured in Town Planning Review 93.1: Trendy urbanists, innovation laboratories and best practices: in pursuit of ‘progressive’ urban planning in Mexico City.
The editors of Town Planning Review (TPR) have selected the following paper as the Featured Article in TPR 92.6. This paper is published Open Access and is free to read: 'Theorising small-town urbanisation in sub-Saharan Africa: a multi-scalar approach' by Agnes Andersson Djurfeldt When asked to describe the paper and highlight its importance, the author stated the … Continue reading