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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

Dissolving city, planetary metamorphosis 203 – 205
Henri Lefebvre

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

Botanical decolonization: rethinking native plants 363 – 380
Tomaz Mastnak, Julia Elyachar, Tom Boellstorff

Issue 3


Cities and their grassroutes 381 – 385
Tim Bunnell, Peter Marolt

Networks, interfaces, and computer-generated images: learning from digital visualisations of urban redevelopment projects 386 – 403
Gillian Rose, Monica Degen, Clare Melhuish

Maintenance work and the performativity of urban inscriptions: the case of Paris subway signs 404 – 416
Jérôme Denis, David Pontille

A phenomenological approach to water in the city: towards a policy of letting water appear 417 – 432
Henry Dicks

Assembling the multitude: material geographies of social movements from Oaxaca to Occupy 433 – 449
Iván Arenas

The last frontier: the importance of Kant’s Geography 450 – 465
Robert B Louden

Imaginaries of the ideal migrant worker: a Lacanian interpretation 466 – 483
Sergei Shubin, Allan Findlay, David McCollum

Another letter from the Home Office: reading the material politics of asylum 484 – 500
Jonathan Darling

Caring for the collective: biopower and agential subjectification in wildlife conservation 501 – 517
Krithika Srinivasan

The ‘indigenous native peasant’ trinity: imagining a plurinational community in Evo Morales’s Bolivia 518 – 534
Lorenza Fontana

Continuous connectivity, handheld computers, and mobile spatial knowledge 535 – 555
Matthew W Wilson

Review essay

Socially invaded: the biosocial subject 556 – 570
Claire Colebrook

Issue 4

Performing homeland security within the US immigrant detention system 571 – 588
Nancy Hiemstra

Citizenship at work in the Israeli periphery: the case of Peri Ha’Galil 589 – 605
Nir Cohen, Meirav Aharon-Gutman

An anatomy of symbolic power: Israeli road-sign policy and the Palestinian minority 606 – 621
Liora Bigon, Amer Dahamshe

Mobile places, relational spaces: conceptualizing change in Sydney’s LGBTQ neighborhoods 622 – 641
Andrew Gorman-Murray, Catherine Jean Nash

Bringing democracy back home: community localism and the domestication of political space 642 – 657
Quintin Bradley

Gifted places: the inalienable nature of belonging in place 658 – 671
Julia Bennett

Are residential dwellers marking and claiming? Applying the concepts to humans who dwell differently 672 – 688
Chelsea Schelly

Contestation and bracketing: the relation between public space and the public sphere 689 – 703
Carl Cassegård

Nice save: the moral economies of recycling in England and Sweden 704 – 720
Kathryn Wheeler

Waste matters: compost, domestic practice, and the transformation of alternative toilet cultures around Skaneateles Lake, New York 721 – 738
Mike Dimpfl, Sharon Moran

Organismic spatiality: toward a metaphysic of composition 739 – 752
Tano S Posteraro

Issue 5

Theme issue: Insecure states
Guest editor: Chris Philo

Guest editorial

State security and the ‘hostile acres’ 753 – 761
Chris Philo

Governing vitalities and the security state 762 – 778
Gerry Kearns

Spaces of benevolent abandonment: the German Air Security decision of 2006 779 – 794
Matthew G Hannah

States of (in)security: corporeal geographies and the elsewhere war 795 – 814
Jennifer L Fluri

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The biopolitical border in practice: surveillance and death at the Greece–Turkey borderzones 815 – 833
Özgün E Topak

Security atmospheres or the crystallisation of worlds 834 – 851
Peter Adey

The possibilities of tolerance: intercultural dialogue in a multicultural Europe 852 – 868
Helen F Wilson

Michel Foucault and the smart city: power dynamics inherent in contemporary governing through code 869 – 885
Francisco Klauser, Till Paasche, Ola Söderström

Rancière, politics, and the Occupy movement 886 – 901
Keith Bassett

Theorizing violence and the dialectics of landscape memorialization: a case study of Greensboro, North Carolina 902 – 914
James A Tyner, Joshua F J Inwood, Derek H Alderman

Bio-geo-graphy: landscape, dwelling, and the political ecology of human–elephant relations 915 – 934
Maan Barua

Intensive mobilities: figurations of the nomad in contemporary theory 935 – 950
Thomas Sutherland

Issue 6

Badiou’s biopolitics: the human animal and the body of truth 951 – 967
Sergei Prozorov

From things to events: Whitehead and the materiality of process 968 – 983
Tom Roberts

Counterinsurgency ecotourism in Guatemala’s Maya Biosphere Reserve 984 – 1001
Jennifer Devine

Environmental protection as market pathology?: carbon trading and the dialectics of the ‘double movement’ 1002 – 1018
Wim Carton

Securing tar sands circulation: risk, affect, and anticipating the Line 9 reversal 1019 – 1035
Sonia Grant

Internal colonisation and Indigenous resource sovereignty: wind power developments on traditional Saami lands 1036 – 1053
Rebecca Lawrence

Media practices and urban politics: conceptualizing the powers of the media–urban nexus 1054 – 1070
Scott Rodgers, Clive Barnett, Allan Cochrane
Open Access until 13th February 2015 Creative Commons License

On the peripheries of planetary urbanization: globalizing Manaus and its expanding impact 1071 – 1087
Juan Miguel Kanai

Splintering skylines in a fractured city: high-rise geographies in Jerusalem 1088 – 1101
Igal Charney, Gillad Rosen

Capital fixity and mobility in response to the 2008–09 crisis: variegated neoliberalism in Mexico and Turkey 1102 – 1119
Hepzibah Munoz Martinez, Thomas Marois

Enacting logistical geographies 1120 – 1134
Kate Hepworth