The Journal of Peer Production - New perspectives on the implications of peer production for social change New perspectives on the implications of peer production for social change
Issue #11: City image

Issue 11: January 2018

Special Issue Editors: Penny Travlou, Panayotis Antoniadis, Nicholas Anastasopoulos


Issue Editors’ Introduction

Peer Production in the Hybrid City: Editorial Notes for the JoPP Issue on CITY
Penny Travlou, Panayotis Antoniadis, Nicholas Anastasopoulos [html]


Peer Reviewed Academic Papers

Commoning the City, from Digital Data to Physical Space: Evidence from Two Case Studies
Adrien Labaeye and Harald Mieg [html]

Listening in on Informal Smart Cities: Vernacular Mapping in Mirpur, Dhaka
Liam Magee and Teresa Swist [html]

Design Experiments and Co-governance for City Transitions: Vision Mapping
Darren Sharp and Jose Ramos [html]

Collaborative Online Writing and Techno-Social Communities of Practice Around the Commons: The Case of in Barcelona
Mònica Garriga Miret, David Gómez Fontanills, Enric Senabre Hidalgo, Mayo Fuster Morell [html]

Spatial Practices, Commoning and the Peer Production of Culture: Struggles and Aspirations of Grassroots Groups in Eastern Milan
Nadia Bertolino and Ioanni Delsante [html]

Seeking other Urban Possibilities: Community Production of Space in a Global South City (Rosario, Argentina)
Diego Roldán and Sebastián Godoy [html]

The Theater as Commons: The Occupation of the INBA Theater in Ciudad Juárez
Carlos Hernán Salamanca [html]

Urban Imaginaries of Co-creating the City: Local Activism Meets Citizen Peer-Production
Carlos Estrada-Grajales, Marcus Foth, Peta Mitchell [html]


Experimental format

Urban DIY Mesh Networks and the Right to the City: An Interview with the Tapullo Collective
Anke Schwarz [html]

Singular Technologies & the Third-TechnoScape
Natacha Roussel and hellekin [html]

Life Skills for Peer Production: Walking Together through a Space of “Not-Knowing”
Vincenzo Mario Bruno Giorgino and Donald A. McCown [html]

Metropolitan Civic Mappers: How Can They Cooperate to Include the Participation of the General Public into the Citizen Platforms They Promote?
Nicolas Fonty and Barbara Brayshay [html]