The Culture of Cities Centre is an urban centre for the study of culture and the city. Its primary function is to engage an international public through book series, journals, research projects and conferences. Our publications, workshops and special events are devoted to new ways of representing, shaping and defining urban culture.

Special Issues
Le Spectacle des Villes/The Spectacle of Cities

Le Spectacle des Villes/The Spectacle of Cities

Special Issue of Sociologie et Sociétés, Vol. 37.1, Spring 2005 Edited by Anouk Bélanger and Jean-François Côté Ce numéro de Sociologie et Sociétés prend appui sur l’idée que la ville est intrinsiquement liée à des processus qui lui permettent de “se donner à voir,” de “se montrer,” et que les modalités de cette “spectacularité” varient...
Continuity, Contradiction, and Change

Continuity, Contradiction, and Change

Special Issue of the Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, Vol. 30.2, Fall 2004 Edited by Kieran Bonner, Mervyn Horgan, and Greg Nielsen Publisher: University of Alberta The articles in this special issue on Dublin all examine the struggle that every city faces regarding the desire to maintain a unique identity, as it has emerged in...
Space, Place and the Culture of Cities

Space, Place and the Culture of Cities

Special Issue of the Canadian Journal of Urban Research, Vol. 11.1, Summer 2002 Guest edited by Kieran Bonner Publisher: University of Winnipeg This publication announced the beginning of a more sustained focus on the international side of the Culture of Cities Project. The work of three of our European colleagues brings Dublin and Berlin into...
Scenes

Scenes

This issue of Public is devoted to the study of "scenes," treating these as phenomenal elements in the cultural life of cities. Both memorable and ephemeral, scenes conjugate a history of urban places by enacting a dramatic visibility. They are a measure of decline, vitality, and distinctness of a city. A century or more of...
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