JUCS Issue 6.1 is now available!

Volume 6 Issue 1

Cover Date: 2019

Contents

Tricking memory, remaking the city: Trompe l’oeil and the visual transformation of a historic city in China: Chengdu
Authors: Yanshuo Zhang
Page start: 3
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Imagining mid-nineteenth-century Beirut as a ‘City of the World’: Public intellectuals, photography, cartography and historical literature
Authors: Rita Sakr
Page start: 31
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Cartographies of Paris: Everyday mobilities in Michèle Rakotoson’s Elle, au printemps and Alain Mabanckou’s Tais-toi et meurs
Authors: Anna-Leena Toivanen
Page start: 59
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Consumption on the Orient Express: Commodification and gamification of urban mobility in Tokyo Metro campaigns
Authors: Mina Qiao
Page start: 79
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Cultural gentrification: Gourmet and Latinx immigrant food trucks vendors in Los Angeles
Authors: Lorena Munoz
Page start: 95
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Out in the cold: Busking Copenhagen’s Nørreport Station and the urban affects of music
Authors: Michael Amundsen
Page start: 113
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About damianiji

My name is Damian Romero. I am a Ph.D. candidate in Hispanic Linguistics at the University of Arizona with a strong focus on corpus linguistics and natural language processing. My research interests lay in the fields of computational social sciences and digital humanities. I also build applications that help companies process natural language data. Click on my picture for my full profile where you will find my website, student profile, and my professional FaceBook account.

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