JUCS 4.1-2 double issue now published!

Volume 4 Issue 1-2
Cover Date: July 2017

Contents
SPECIAL SECTION: CITIES IN THE LUSO-HISPANIC WORLD
Edited by Araceli Masterson-Algar and Stephen Luis Vilaseca
Through the Looking Glass: Windows to ‘Cities in the Luso-Hispanic World’
Authors: Araceli Masterson-Algar And Stephen Luis Vilaseca
Page Start: 3
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Pharmakopolis: Cesário Verde’s Lisbon
Authors: Charles Rice-Davis
Page Start: 13
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Rehoused but unhomed: The effects of Portugal’s Special Rehousing Program as represented in Pedro Costa’s Juventude em Marcha
Authors: Emily Knudson-Vilaseca
Page Start: 31
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‘La Callejera’: Streetwalks through Minas Gerais in Autran Dourado’s Uma vida em segredo (1964)
Authors: Araceli Masterson-Algar
Page Start: 49
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Giving visibility to urban change in Rio de Janeiro through digital audio-visual culture: A Brazilian webdocumentary project and its circulation
Authors: Tori Holmes
Page Start: 63
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Haptic film spaces and the rhythms of everyday life in São Paulo in Lina Chamie’s A via láctea
Authors: Andrew C. Rajca
Page Start: 87
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Noise, soundscape and heritage: Sound cartographies and urban segregation in twenty-first-century Mexico City
Authors: Natalia Bieletto-Bueno
Page Start: 107
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Contested urban heritage: Discourses of meaning and ownership of the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba, Spain
Authors: Brian Rosa And Jaime Jover-Báez
Page Start: 127
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Urban fortunes: Spatializing the community of money in Alex de la Iglesia’s La comunidad
Authors: Malcolm A. Compitello
Page Start: 155
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The irresistible outside: Innocence, desire and transgression in a Brazilian urban utopia
Authors: Matthew A. Richmond
Page Start: 177
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Edward Soja’s postmetropolis: A contemporary urban phenomenon as seen in Latin American cinema
Authors: Andrea Franco
Page Start: 187
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Digital Barcelona: An interdisciplinary urban cultural studies digital project
Authors: Benjamin Fraser And Camille Kresz And Irina Swain
Page Start: 195
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SPECIAL SECTION: IMAGINING GROUND ZERO
Edited by Huma Mohibullah and Martin Lund
Introduction: Imagining Ground Zero
Authors: Huma Mohibullah And Martin Lund
Page Start: 207
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No safe spaces: Notes on the National September 11 Museum
Authors: Laura Frost
Page Start: 221
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‘Every day is 9/11!’: Re-constructing Ground Zero in three US comics
Authors: Martin Lund
Page Start: 241
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Sacred space: Muslim and Arab belonging at Ground Zero
Authors: Huma Mohibullah
Page Start: 263
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Frozen thought: Physical representations of power and the rebuilding of Ground Zero
Authors: Katherine C. Donahue
Page Start: 283
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