About this issue

Issue number
Volume 40 – Number 1
144 pages

Summary

In this issue the editors and contributors show how, during the ‘Arab Spring’, the demonstrators brought politics back to the city and challenged the established political and urban order.

Arab spring, urban, protest

Arab Cities after ‘The Spring’

In this issue the editors and contributors show how, during the ‘Arab Spring’, the demonstrators brought politics back to the city and challenged the established political and urban order.

Banner photo by
Enrique Klaus 

Guest editors: Roman Stadnicki, Leila Vignal and Pierre-Arnaud Barthel
10 Feb 2014

 

                                                                                                                                                                      Photo by Enrique Klaus

Contents 

  • Assessing Urban Development after the ‘Arab Spring’: Illusions and Evidence of Change
    Roman Stadnicki, Leïla Vignal and Pierre-arnaud Barthel
  • Graffiti and Urban Uprising in Cairo
    Enrique Klaus
  • Informal Settlements in the Syrian Conflict: Urban Planning as a Weapon
    Valérie Clerc
  • Arab Mega-Projects after the ‘Spring’: Business as usual or A New Beginning?
    Pierre-arnaud Barthel and Leïla Vignal
  • Morocco 2011/2012: Persistence of Past Urban Policies or New Historical Sequence for Urban Action?
    Pascale Philifert
  • Evolution of Cities and Territories in Tunisia through Parties’ Electoral Programmes and Civil Society’s Proposals
    Sami Yassine Turki
  • Towards an Urban Alternative for Kuwait: Protests and Public Participation
    Farah Al-Nakib
  • Post-Uprising Libyan Associations and Democracy Building In Urban Libya
    Françoise Clément and Ahmed Salah
  • The Energy of Revolts in Arab Cities: The Case of Jordan and Tunisia
    Eric Verdeil
  • Publication Reviews