Regional Infrastructures, Infrastructural Regionalism
Virtual Special Issue
An ‘infrastructure turn’ across the social and policy sciences is generating a new wave of interdisciplinary inquiry into how infrastructure is shaping urban and regional space. This collection charts the evolution of infrastructure as an empirical and conceptual concern within Regional Studies. The virtual special issue and accompanying editorial demonstrate that analyzing regions through infrastructure - whether large, capital-intensive projects or more mundane infrastructures - provides a novel and necessary perspective on the regional question.
Virtual Special issue: Regional infrastructures, infrastructural regionalism
Michael R. Glass, University of Pittsburgh
Jean-Paul D. Addie, Georgia State University
Jen Nelles, Hunter College, City University of New York
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About Regional Studies
Regional Studies is a leading international journal covering the development of theories and concepts, empirical analysis and policy debate in the field of regional studies. The journal publishes original research spanning the economic, social, political and environmental dimensions of urban and regional (subnational) change.
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