JDU #2 Published!

This issue is named ‘Longue Durée’ and contains the following contributions:

01 Editorial - Longue Durée - Fransje Hooimeijer, Taneha K. Bacchin, Baukje Kothuis

02 PaperMegaform as Urban Landscape - Kenneth Frampton

03 PaperBuilding with Nature: “A nineteenth century concept” - Fransje Hooimeijer and Dennis Lambert

04 DialogueEnvironmental crisis, sectoral versus integral: The agency of change - Chris Zevenbergen, Carola Hein and Lars Marcus (upcoming publication in January 2022)

05 DialogueLongue Durée: Aided Self-help and Sites & Services in the Delta? Simone Rots and Jacqueline Tellinga (upcoming publication in January 2022)

06 ProjectModels over time: Waterloopbos and Mississippi River Basin - Baukje Kothuis and Luca Iuorio

07 Project -Deltaic Megaforms - Fransje Hooimeijer

08 PracticeThe value of historical and archaeological data in understanding patterns of long term coastal change - Garry Momber, Jan Gillespie, Brandon Mason and Jasmine Noble-Shelly

09 PracticeSpatial water calendar. An illustrative workbook for adaptive transformation - Inge Bobbink, Naeema Ali and María José Zúñíga

10 Dictonary - ‘Delta’ - Antonia Sebastian

11 Dictonary - ‘Urbanism’ - Kanako Iuchi


JDU is published twice a year, in spring (special edition) and autumn/winter. Submissions for Issue 4 "New Modernity" can be sent in until March 1st, 2022. Submissions can be sent in individually; also, guest editors are invited to present specific topics for a special edition. We welcome your academic research papers, column style dialogue contributions, practice experiences,  design project studies, and suggestions for our 'DU Dictionary'. 

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Taneha Kuzniecow Bacchin, Fransje Hooimeijer, Baukje Kothuis