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Issue 1

Referees 1 – 3

Theme issue: A new apparatus: technology, government and the resilient city
Guest editors: Stephanie Wakefield, Bruce Braun

Guest editorial

Governing the resilient city 4 – 11
Stephanie Wakefield, Bruce Braun

Natura Urbans, Natura Urbanata: ecological urbanism, circulation, and the immunization of nature 12 – 29
Ross Exo Adams

Programming environments: environmentality and citizen sensing in the smart city 30 – 48
Jennifer Gabrys

A new urban dispositif? Governing life in an age of climate change 49 – 64
Bruce P Braun

What is a destituent power? 65 – 74
Giorgio Agamben, translated by Stephanie Wakefield

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City as ideology: reconciling the explosion of the city form with the tenacity of the city concept 75 – 90
David Wachsmuth

The contours of disorder: crime maps and territorial policing in South Africa 91 – 107
Darshan Vigneswaran

The Sydney Metropolitan Strategy as a zoning technology: analyzing the spatial and temporal dimensions of obsolescence 108 – 127
Dallas Rogers

The eco-scalar fix: rescaling environmental governance and the politics of ecological boundaries in Alberta, Canada 128 – 146
Alice Cohen, Karen Bakker

Emergency shelter topologies: locating humanitarian space in mobile and material practice 147 – 162
Aurora Fredriksen

Territorial phantom pains (and other cartographic anxieties) 163 – 178
Franck Billé

Hegel’s geographical thought 179 – 198
Dean W Bond

Issue 2

Introduction to Henri Lefebvre’s “Dissolving city, planetary metamorphosis” 199 – 202
David Wachsmuth, Neil Brenner
Open Access Creative Commons License

Dissolving city, planetary metamorphosis 203 – 205
Henri Lefebvre
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Self-reliance beyond neoliberalism: rethinking autonomy at the edges of empire 206 – 222
Karen Hébert, Diana Mincyte

Gendering fashion, fashioning fur: on the (re)production of a gendered labor market within a craft industry in transition 223 – 239
Norma M Rantisi

Agency, affect, and the immunological politics of disaster resilience 240 – 256
Kevin Grove

Biodiversity, purity, and death: conservation biology as biopolitics 257 – 273
Christine Biermann, Becky Mansfield

Liveability and urban architectures: mol(ecul)ar biopower and the ‘becoming lively’ of sustainable communities 274 – 292
Peter Kraftl

The global as a field: children’s rights advocacy as a transnational practice 293 – 309
Jouni Häkli, Kirsi Pauliina Kallio

Street renaming, symbolic capital, and resistance in Durban, South Africa 310 – 328
James Duminy

Diving with Donna Haraway and the promise of a blue planet 329 – 341
Felicity Picken, Tristan Ferguson

The right to infrastructure: a prototype for open source urbanism 342 – 362
Alberto Corsín Jiménez
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Botanical decolonization: rethinking native plants 363 – 380
Tomaz Mastnak, Julia Elyachar, Tom Boellstorff