Town Planning Review 92.1 Featured Article

The editors of Town Planning Review (TPR) have selected the following paper as the Featured Article in TPR 92.1. This paper will be free to access for a limited time: 'The COVID-19 pandemic in informal settlements: (re)considering urban planning interventions’ by Uchendu Eugene Chigbu and Victor Udemezue Onyebueke. When asked to describe the paper and highlight … Continue reading

Art, Journals, News

Call for Papers! Sculpture Journal invites proposals for a Special Issue: Sculpture, Iconoclasm and Facing History.

The editorial team of Sculpture Journal invites submissions for a special issue entitled Sculpture, Iconoclasm and Facing History. The team stated the following in relation to the special issue: On 7 June 2020, a statue of slave trader Edward Colston was pushed into the Avon River in Bristol, England in a highly publicized instance of … Continue reading

Journals, News, Uncategorized

Town Planning Review: COVID-19 Viewpoint Series

We hear from the Co-Editors of Town Planning Review, Daniel Baldwin Hess, Alex Lord, and John Sturzaker, Policy & Practice Editor, Olivier Sykes and Bertie Dockerill, Editorial Assistant, about putting the COVID-19 pandemic into perspective as urban planning scholars react to a changed world.

Journals, Uncategorized

Celebrating Disability History Month: free access to selected articles from the Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies

The Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies is celebrating Disability History Month by offering free access to a selection of articles until 18th December 2020. Based in the  Centre for Culture & Disability Studies (CCDS), the online and print quarterly is supported by Project MUSE and Scopus. We are pleased to report that it … Continue reading


Aboriginal Workers: a 1995 special issue of Labour History revisited in 2020.

To accompany the relaunch of the 1995 Aboriginal Workers Special Issue of Labour History, we hear from Ann McGrath, Kay Saunders, and Jackie Huggins, the editors of the original issue, as they explain why it remains so relevant today and why now was the right time to bring it back in to focus. The reissue … Continue reading