Routledge Research on Urban Asia publishes high quality, original scholarship on cities and urban areas in Asia The series welcomes research on the individual countries of Asia as well as comparative work from new and established scholars across the world. Themes include city cultures, urban policy and planning, megacities, urbanisation processes, sustainability, migrations and mobility, development patterns, civil society, politics and power, urban history, representations of the city, climate change, housing, gentrification and ghettoisation, social stratification and disaster risk.
Welcoming research from a wide range of disciplines, this series will be of interest to scholars of Asian Studies, Urban Studies, Sociology, Politics, Geography, Cultural Studies, History, Economics and Development Studies.
By Zdravko Trivic
September 16, 2020
What Can Space Do for the Arts?; What Can Arts Do for Space?; and What Can Arts and Space Do for the Community? Through the lenses of creative placemaking and neighbourhood arts ecology, Trivic re-examines the position of community arts in the spatial, social and cultural landscape. Emphasising ...
By Atreyee Majumder
October 24, 2018
At this western corner of the confluence of the Bay of Bengal and the busy river Hooghly, West Bengal in eastern India lies a geography that has hosted many outsiders – traders, merchants, colonial masters, missionaries and wanderers. This book is fundamentally concerned with the relations among ...
Edited By Jorgen Hellman, Marie Thynell, Roanne van Voorst
March 05, 2018
Jakarta is being transformed in an unknown speed and manner by new types of urban authorities and drivers of transformation. These actors are moving in a field of opportunity that was created by recent and severe changes in the economic, socio-political and natural environment of Jakarta. ...