The Journal of Public Space

ISSN 2206-9658

The Journal of Public Space is a joint research project developed by City Space Architecture, a non-profit organization based in Italy, and the Queensland University of Technology, based in Australia, in partnership with UN Habitatthe United Nations Programme for Cities and Human Settlements.
The Journal of Public Space is the first, international, interdisciplinary, academic, open access journal entirely dedicated to public space. It speaks different languages and is open to embrace diversity, inconvenient dialogues and untold stories, from multidisciplinary fields and all countries, especially from those that usually do not have voice, overcoming the Western-oriented approach that is leading the current discourse.
As a proper public space, The Journal of Public Space is free, accessible and inclusive, providing a platform for emerging and consolidated researchers; it is intended to foster research, showcase best practices and inform discussion about the more and more important issues related to public spaces in our changing and evolving societies.

The Journal of Public Space already attracted a number of international distinguished scholars all over the world, whose aim is to contribute to the discussion and expand current scholarship on public space.
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Announcements

 

Call for papers | 2018 issues

 

The Journal of Public Space welcomes full papers for 2018 issues, to be published in April, August and December.

Deadline for April issue: January 10, 2018
Dedline for August issue: May 10, 2018
Deadline for December issue: September 10, 2018

Submissions will be ongoing throughout the year.
Submission can be made:
- using the OJS platform by registering online. If you are already a registered author you can log in using your username and password;
- by sending an email to Founding Editors Luisa Bravo and Mirko Guaralda at this email address: jps@qut.edu.au.

Before submitting, please read:
- the Focus and Scope of the journal
- the Author Guidelines

Full papers should be between 5.000 and 8.000 words.

 

 
Posted: 2017-12-13
 
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Vol 2, No 3 (2017): SPECIAL ISSUE: Critical thresholds. Traversing architectural pedagogy, research and practice


Cover Page

Cover image: FESTA Festival of Transitional Architecture in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Credits: (top right) University of Auckland School of Architecture and Planning, Orbis, CityUps, FESTA 2014. (bottom right) Unitec Architecture Dept, Influx, CityUps, FESTA 2014. Photo: Erica Austin. (top center left) University of Auckland School of Architecture and Planning, Antigravity, (top center right) CityUps, FESTA 2014. Photo: Bridgit Anderson. Photo: Erica Austin. (top left) Lonnie Hutchinson, I Like Your Form lit by Gap Filler for FESTA 2014. Photo: Erica Austin. (bottom left) Unitec, Aurora, CityUps, FESTA 2014. Photo: Jonny Knopp.