Berlin: Jovis Verlag, 2019
German/English, 308 pages, paperback
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Guest editors: Aglaée Degros, Eva Schwab
In the face of growing inequalities in access to and distribution of resources, territorial justice has (once again) become a current issue and task in the fields of architecture, planning and urbanism. GAM.15 – Territorial Justice is dedicated to rural and peripheral spaces that have until now received little attention from this discourse. The contributions in GAM.15 – coming from perspectives of urbanism, landscape architecture, regional planning, sociology, and geography – show spaces in transformation and present ideas for what forms spatial justice can take. Current descriptions of disadvantaged areas make clear that any policy aimed at eliminating or combating injustice would do well to take on specific socio-spatial – i.e. territorial – points of view, and as such to rely on the expertise of planners and designers.
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With contributions by
Erich Biberich, Tatjana Boczy, Ruggero Cefalo, Martin Courtz, Aglaée Degros, Nicolas Escach, Sébastien Este, Michael Friesenecker, Roland Gruber, Vincent Van der Heyde, Hans Hortig, Yuri Kazepov, Andreas Lechner, Ute Mahler, Werner Mahler, Don Mitchell, Michael Nève de Mévergnies, Viviana Rubbo (Urban Reports), Eva Schwab, Bernardo Secchi, Hille von Seggern, Emanuele Sommariva, Isabel Stumfol, Pierre Veltz, Paola Viganò, Michael Wagner, Michael Woods, Sibylla Zech