CfP Bombed Cities
In conjunction with the international, peer-reviewed, open access journal Urban Planning we are excited to launch a call for papers for a special thematic issue:
Post-Second World War reconstruction is now an important field of research around the world, with strands of enquiry investigating architecture, urban archaeology, heritage studies, urban design, city planning, critical cartography, and social geography. This thematic issue seeks to provide a critical statement on mid-twentieth century urban planning, starting from the period of the Second World War.
We are looking for contributions that examine post-war reconstruction visions and strategies and how the early planning visions and decisions have been imprinted on today’s urban and social fabric of various bombed cities. The emphasis of the thematic issue is on empirically driven studies of post-catastrophic damage and reconstruction, actualised through qualitative, quantitative, or mixed methodologies.
Seraphim Alvanides (Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK)
Carol Ludwig (GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany)
The submission period for abstracts (max. 250 words) is 15–31 October 2021. Please follow the journal’s author instructions and submit through the abstracts system. The deadline for full papers is Summer 2022, with a planned publication in early 2023. For information about Urban Planning’s open access policy, please see “open access” below. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Carol.
We look forward to receiving your abstracts.
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