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Volume 3: Public Space and Mobility

Edited by Rianne van Melik, Pierre Filion and Brian Doucet

Published

Jul 22, 2021

Page count

176 pages

Series

Global Reflections on COVID-19 and Urban Inequalities

ISBN

978-1529219005

Dimensions

203 x 127 mm

Imprint

Bristol University Press

Published

Jul 22, 2021

Page count

176 pages

Series

Global Reflections on COVID-19 and Urban Inequalities

ISBN

978-1529219012

Dimensions

Imprint

Bristol University Press
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    Introduction ~ Rianne Van Melik, Pierre Filion & Brian Doucet

    Part 1 ~ What Constitutes Public Space?

    Public Space and COVID-19: New Social Practices, Intensified Inequalities ~ Loren March and Ute Lehrer

    Pandemic Pop-Ups and the Performance of Legality ~ Alexandra Flynn and Amelia Thorpe

    Lessons From the Lockdown: Foregrounding Non-Privileged Perspectives Into the (Post-)COVID-19 City Debate ~ Luce Beeckmans and Stijn Oosterlynck

    “Everybody Has To Move, You Can’t Stand Still”: Policing of Vulnerable Urban Populations During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Brussels ~ Mattias De Backer and Lucas Melgaço

    Parks in a Pandemic: Attachments, Absences and Exclusions ~ Julian Dobson

    Failure by Design? Neoliberalism, Public Space and the (Im)possibility of Lockdown Compliance in the UK ~ Conor Wilson

    A Place for Life: Striving Towards Accessible and Equitable Public Spaces for Times of Crisis and Beyond ~ Anaid Yerena and Rubén Casas

    Part 2 ~ Public Space and Human Well-Being

    How Can Inequalities in Access to Green Space Be Addressed in a Post-Pandemic World? Lessons From London ~ Meredith Whitten and Peter Massini

    America Under COVID-19: The Plight of the Old ~ Setha Low and Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris

    Exploring Older Adults’ Experiences of Urban Space in the COVID-19 Lockdowns: Dutch and British Perspectives ~ Tess Osborne, Arlinde Dul and Louise Meijering

    Public Libraries in Crises: Between Spaces of Care and Information Infrastructures ~ Alice Corble and Rianne Van Melik

    The City and the Park in Times of Pandemic: Children’s Practices in Public Spaces Before and After the Lockdown in Porto, Portugal ~ Júlia Rodrigues, Lígia Ferro, João Teixeira Lopes and Eunice Castro Seixas

    The Mundane and (Extra)ordinary Public Spaces in India: Examining the Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic Through an Everyday Lens in Chennai City ~ Lakshmi Priya Rajendran and Aamstrong Anjumuthu

    The Resilience of Street Vendors in Surviving COVID-19 Crisis in Hanoi, Vietnam ~ Ha Minh Hai Thai, Phuong Quoc Dinh and Phuong Thu Nguyen

    Part 3 ~ Public Space and Mobility

    City Cycling After COVID-19 for Interspecies Mobility Justice ~ Nicholas Scott

    Mobility Justice and Social Inequality During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Jakarta ~ Harya S. Dillon and Deden Rukmana

    Pandemic and Future-Proofing Cities: Pedestrian-Oriented Development as an Alternative Model to Transit-Based Intensification Centres ~ Neluka Leanage and Pierre Filion

    Mercurial Images of the COVID-19 City ~ Emma Arnold

    Conclusion ~ Rianne Van Melik, Brian Doucet and Pierre Filion