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Volume 95, #2 • Spring 2022

 

SPECIAL COLLECTION:

Vacancy


INTRODUCTION

Chloe Ahmann  |  Vacancy


ARTICLE

Chloe Ahmann  |  Postindustrial Futures and the Edge of the Frontier


SOCIAL THOUGHT & COMMENTARY

Elizabeth Youngling  |  What Else Is There? Vacancy as Development Problem and Solution


ARTICLE

Nicholas L. Caverly  |  Carceral Structures: Financialized Displacement and Captivity in Detroit


SOCIAL THOUGHT & COMMENTARY

Damani James Partridge  |  Hostility as Technique: Making White Space in a Black City (Observing a City Over Time through Collective Filmmaking and Collaborative Research)


PHOTO ESSAY

Ali Kenner, Eliza Nobles, and Sarah Stalcup  |  Cultivating a Politics of Sight for Vacant Land Use in Cities


SOCIAL THOUGHT & COMMENTARY

Catherine Fennell  |  Rethinking Vacancy, or Thinking with the Going Home


ARTICLE

Samantha Maurer Fox  |  Feel Brandenburg: Temporality, Vacancy, and Migration in Germany’s Model Socialist City


CONCLUDING COMMENTARY

Kathryn Marie Dudley  |  Infinite Parking Lots

 

 

BOOK REVIEW ESSAY:

Leah Zani on Roberto J. Gonzalez, Hugh Gusterson, and Gustaaf Houtman, eds. Militarization: A Reader and Catherine Besteman’s Militarized Global Apartheid

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

Jenna Grant on Janet Carsten’s Blood Work: Life and Laboratories in Penang

Maxime Polleri on Joseph Masco’s The Future of Fallout, and Other Episodes in Radioactive World-Making

Marisa Solomon on Sophia Stamatopoulou-Robbins’s Waste Siege: The Life of Infrastructure in Palestine

Judith Bovensiepen on Andrew Alan Johnson’s Mekong Dreaming: Life and Death Along a Changing River

Kimberley D. McKinson on Jovan Scott Lewis’s Scammer’s Yard: The Crime of Black Repair in Jamaica

Volume 95, #2

Spring 2022

SPECIAL COLLECTION:
V
acancy

Introduced by Chloe Ahmann