Urban Appropriation Strategies

Flavia Alice Mameli, Franziska Polleter, Mathilda Rosengren, Josefine Sarkez-Knudsen (eds.), 2018
Bielefeld: transcript
152 pages


Matthew Gandy, 2016
London: Reaktion
238 pages

Nature, sexualité, et hétérotopie

Matthew Gandy, 2015
Paris: Eterotopia
72 pages

The Acoustic City

Matthew Gandy, BJ Nilsen (eds.), 2014
208 pages


Gandy, M. 2011 ‘Interstitial landscapes: reflections on a Berlin corner’
in Gandy, M. (ed.) 2011 Urban constellations (Berlin: jovis) pp. 149-152.

Gandy, M. 2012 ‘The melancholy observer: landscape, neo-romanticism and the politics of documentary film making’
in Brad Praeger (ed.) Companion to Werner Herzog (Oxford and Malden, MA: Blackwell) pp. 528-546.

Gandy, M. 2012 ‘Queer ecology: nature, sexuality and urban heterotopic alliances’
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 30, pp. 727-747.

Gandy, M. 2013 ‘Marginalia: aesthetics, ecology, and urban wastelands’
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 103 (6) pp. 1301-1316.

Gandy, M. 2013 ‘El resurgir de Zoöpolis: biodiversidad, paisaje y ecologías cosmopolitas / Zoöpolis redux: biodiversity, landscape, and cosmopolitan ecologies’
Urban: Revista del Departmento de Urbanística y Ordenación del Territorio 3 pp. 3-8.

Gandy, M. 2013 ‘Entropy by design: Gilles Clément, Parc Henri Matisse and the limits to avant-garde urbanism’
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 37 (1) pp. 259-278.

Gandy, M. 2014 ‘Urban metabolisms’
New Geographies 6 pp. 70-78.

Gandy, M. 2014 ‘Strange accumulations: the soundscapes of late modernity in J. G. Ballard’s The Sound-Sweep
in Gandy, M. and Nilsen, BJ (eds.) The acoustic city (Berlin: jovis) pp. 33-39.

Gandy, M. 2014 ‘Acoustic terrains: an introduction’
in Gandy, M. and Nilsen, BJ (eds.) The acoustic city (Berlin: jovis) pp. 7-13.

Gandy, M. 2014 ‘Where does the city end’
in Brenner, N. (ed.) Implosions / Explosions: towards a study of planetary urbanization (Berlin: Jovis) pp. 86-89.

Gandy, M. 2014 ‘Biodiversity, Lepidoptera and Berlin’
The Entomologist’s Record 126 pp. 48-57

Gandy, M. 2015 ‘From urban ecology to ecological urbanism: an ambiguous trajectory’
Area 47 (2) pp. 150-154.

Gandy, M. and Jasper, S. 2016 ‘Nature, science, and neo-vitalism in geography’
Dialogues in Human Geography 6 (in press).

Gandy, M. 2016 ‘Auf den Spuren des Los Angeles River’
in Flitner, M.; Lossau, J.; and Müller, A-L (eds.) Infrastrukturen der Stadt (Wiesbaden: VS Verlag) (in press) pp. 173–193.

Gandy, M. 2016 ‘Methods, metaphors, and the interdisciplinary terrain of urban research’
in Campkin B. and Duijzings G. (eds.). 2016. Engaged Urbanism. Cities, methodologies (London: IB Tauris)

Gandy, M. 2016 ‘Infrastructure in question’
in Matern, A. (ed.) Urbane Infrastrukturen und ihre Transformation. Städte – Orte – Räume (Bielefeld: transcript)

Gandy, M. 2016 ‘The glare of modernity’
LA+: Interdisciplinary Journal of Landscape Architecture pp. 14-17.

Gandy, M. 2016 ‘Mapping urban nature’
in Beebeejaun, Y. (ed.) The participatory city (Berlin: jovis) pp. 162-168.

Gandy, M. 2016 ‘Unintentional landscapes’
Journal of Landscape Research 41 (4) pp. 433–440.

Gandy, M. 2016 ‘The elusive artefact,’ in Garutti, F. (ed.) Misleading Innocence (Montreal: Canadian Center for Architecture).

Gandy, M. 2017 ‘Urban atmospheres,’ Cultural Geographies 24 (3) pp. 353–374.

Gandy, M. 2017 ‘Agua, probreza y fragmentacíon urbana en Mumbai,’ in Salamancar Villamizar, C.; and Astudillo Pizarro, F. (eds.) Recursos, vínculos, y territories: inflexiones transversales en torno al agua (Rosario: UNR Editora) pp. 377–418.

Gandy, M. 2017 ‘Negative luminescence’
Annals of the American Association of Geographers pp. 1-18.

Gandy, M. and Jasper, S. 2017 ‘Geography, materialism, and the neo-vitalist turn,’ Dialogues in Human Geography 7 (2) pp. 140–144.

Gandy, M. 2018 ‘Cities in deep time: bio-diversity, metabolic rift, and the urban question,’ City 22 (1) 96–105.

Gandy, M. 2018 ‘Enlarging the orchestra: expertise and landscape design,’ in Braae, E. and Steiner, H. (eds.) Companion to landscape architecture (London: Routledge) pp. 180–189.

Gandy, M. 2018 ‘Urban nature and ecological imaginary,’ in Lindner, C. and Meissner, M. (eds.) The Routledge companion to urban imaginaries (London and New York: Routledge) pp. 54–63.

Gandy, M. 2018 ‘Marginalia: Ästhetik, Ökologie und städtisches Brachland,’ in Gesing, F., Knecht, M., Flitner, M., and Amelang, Katrin (eds.) NaturenKulturen: Denkräume und Werkzeuge für neue politische Ökologien  (Bielefeld: Transcript.)

Gandy, M. 2019 ‘What is an urban landscape?,’ in Rinaldi, B. and Yok, P. (ed.) Urban landscapes in high-density cities (London: Routledge).

Gandy, M. 2019 ‘The fly that tried to save the world: saproxylic geographies and other-than-human ecologies,’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.

Gandy, M. 2019 ‘Pathways into the unknown: excursions through fallow lands,’ New Geographies (in press).

Jasper, S. 2014 ‘Acoustic ecology: Hans Scharoun and modernist experimentation in West Berlin’
in Gandy, M. and Nilsen, B.J. (eds.) The Acoustic City (Berlin: jovis) p. 145-155

Jasper, S. and Merrill, S. 2014 ‘Was ist so Berlin? Eine kritische Rezension aktueller Linien und Fragestellungen der Stadtforschung in der deutschen Hauptstadt’
sub/urban Zeitschrift für kritische stadtforschung, v. 2 (2), p.143-154 (also available in English).

Jasper, S.  2018 ‘Sonic refugia: nature, noise abatement and landscape design in West Berlin’
The Journal of Architecture.

Krivý, M. 2017 (forthcoming) ‘From planning to biomimicry? The neovitalist impulse in contemporary urbanism’
Scapegoat: Architecture, Landscape, Political Economy 10.

Krivý, M. 2017 (forthcoming) ‘Socialist realism in real socialism: architectural theory in late socialist Czechoslovakia’
in V. Kulić (ed.) Second World Postmodernisms: Architecture and Society under Late Socialism, (London: Bloomsbury).

Krivý, M. 2017 (forthcoming) ‘Quality of life or life-in-truth? A late socialist critique of housing estates in Czechoslovakia’
in Á. Moravánszky, T. Lange (eds.) Re-framing Identities: Architecture’s Turn to History, 1970-1990, (Berlin: Birkhäuser/De Gruyter Publishers).

Tuvikene, T., Krivý, M. 2017 (forthcoming) ‘Tallinn: neoliberal or post-socialist?’
in C. Schmid (ed.), New Metropolitan Mainstream, (Berlin: Birkhäuser/De Gruyter Publishers).

Krivý, M. 2016 ‘Towards a critique of cybernetic urbanism: the smart city and the society of control’ 
Planning Theory, online before print, pp.1-21.

Krivý, M. 2016 ‘Parametricist architecture, smart cities, and the politics of consensus’
Ehituskunst: Investigations in Architecture and Theory 57, pp. 22-45.

Krivý, M. 2016 ‘Postmodernism or socialist realism? The architecture of housing estates in late socialist Czechoslovakia’
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 75 (1) pp. 74-101.

Krivý, M. 2016 ‘From mining to data mining’
in J. Tali et al. (Eds.) Baltic Atlas (Berlin: Sternberg Press) pp. 191-202.

Krivý, M. 2016 ‘On housing (interview with Owen Hatherley)’ 
Ehituskunst: Investigations in Architecture and Theory 57, pp. 68-81.

Krivý, M. 2019 ‘Humanising the Living Environment and the Late Socialist Theory of Architecture’ in Vladimir Kulić (Ed.), Second World Postmodernisms: Architecture and Society under Late Socialism, pp. 33–46 (London: Bloomsbury).

Krivý, M., 2019. ‘Automation or Meaning? Socialism, Humanism and Cybernetics in Etarea‘ Architectural Histories, 7(1), p.3.

Nyman, M. 2018. ‘Food, meaning-making and ontological uncertainty: exploring “urban foraging” and productive landscapes in London’, Geoforum (in press).

Rehman, N. 2014 ‘Description, display and distribution: cultivating a garden identity in late nineteenth-century Lahore’ 
Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes, 34(2), pp.176-186.

Rehman, N. and Cardoso Llach, D. 2016 ‘Functional Utopias: Are Latin America’s Cities Arcadias of Radical Modernism’
Urban Flux. (forthcoming)

Srinivasan K. 2016 ‘What the Fights over the Beef Ban and Jallikattu tell us about the Cultural Politics of Animal Welfare’
Outreach. The Wire (

Srinivasan K., Kasturirangan R. 2016 ‘Political ecology, development, and human exceptionalism’
Paper. Geoforum (75) 125-128.

Srinivasan, K. 2017 ‘Conservation biopolitics and the sustainability episteme’
Environment and Planning A Online first.

Srinivasan, K. and Kasturirangan, R. 2017 ‘In search of common ground: Political ecology and conservation in the development age’ 
Geoforum 82 pp. 87–88.

Srinivasan K., Kasturirangan R. 2017 ‘Violent love: Conservation and invasive alien species’
Paper. In International Handbook of Animal Abuse Studies, (eds. Bierne P., Pierpoint H., Maher J.), Palgrave Macmillan.

Srinivasan, K. 2019 ‘Remaking more-than-human society: Thought experiments on street dogs as ”nature” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 00: 1 -16.

De Silva S and Srinivasan K, 2019, ‘Revisiting social natures: Human-elephant conflict and coexistence in Sri Lanka’ Geoforum, Vol 102, pp. 182-190.