This issue of the Writingplace Journal examines how different narrative methods can be used to appraise and imagine urban places. Edited by Lorin Niculae, Jorge Mejía Hernández, Klaske Havik, Mark Proosten https://journals.open.tudelft.nl/writingplace/issue/view/878Read more about OUT NOW: Writingplace #5 Narrative Methods for Writing Urban Places
This fifth issue of the Writingplace Journal examines different narrative methods, understood as procedures, techniques or ways of relating or recounting events, and how they can be used to appraise and imagine the city. The editorial process of the issue has been developed within the context of the EU-funded COST Action ‘Writing Urban Places’,1 a multidisciplinary network of researchers who are interested in developing new narratives for the European city. By recognizing the value of urban narratives – stories rich in information regarding citizens’ sociospatial practices, perceptions, hopes and ambitions – the network seeks to foster and preserve the democratic, and therefore inclusive, nature of the modern European city.
Edited by Lorin Niculae, Jorge Mejía Hernández, Klaske Havik, Mark Proosten
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