Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 6.2&3 is now available
Thursday, February 06, 2020

Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 6.2&3 is now available

Intellect is happy to announce that Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 6.2&3 is now available! 


Special Issue: ‘Working-class Heritage and the City’, edited by Gareth Millington and Andrew Wallace


For more information about the special issue and journal, click here >>


Aims & Scopes


This peer-reviewed journal provides in-depth exploration of the cultural aspects of urban life and the representation of cities in cultural products. It explores the intersection of humanities and social sciences, including essays that balance individual cultural/artistic product(s) with social-science urban approaches.


Issue 6.2&3


Research Articles


From local space to global spectacle: World Heritage and space utilization in Calle Crisologo, Vigan City, Philippines 

Mark Louie Tabunan


Chinatown Invisible: Hybrid-mapping and making-do 

Liska Chan 


Special Section on Working-class Heritage and the City


Editorial: Working-class heritage and the city 

Gareth Millington and Andrew Wallace  


Research Articles


The heritagization of post-industrial re-development and social inclusion in Amsterdam 

Linda van de Kamp


‘That once romantic now utterly disheartening (former) colliery town’: The affective politics of heritage, memory, place and regeneration in Mansfield, UK 

Jay Emery


Between ‘creative’ boost and political dysfunction: An exploration of class, culture and economic dislocation in East Berlin 

Talja Blokland and Sebastian Juhnke


Rust Belt Chic: Deindustrialization, place and urban authenticity 

James Rhodes


Tracing working-class cultural historical heritage through one building’s story: ‘La Grande Brasserie du Levant’ 

Mira Kfoury