Social Justice and the ‘Livable’ City

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Call for Papers
June 14, 2023
New York, United States
Subject Fields: 
Black History / Studies, Immigration & Migration History / Studies, Race Studies, African American History / Studies, American History / Studies

Social Justice and the ‘Livable’ City

This highlight call focuses in issues of racial justice and the city; immigration; affordable housing; land rights; refugees and forced displacement; participatory planning; right to the city; urban migration; gentrification; community activism and cultural traditions.

It is part of the ‘From New York to London - Livable Cities’ initiative and specifically the June 2023 conference Livable Cities at City Tech – City University of New York.

The disciplines expected to participate at this event include:

Sociology, Anthropology, Human Geography, Architecture, City Planning, Sustainability, Public Health


This is a hybrid event taking place online and at the City Tech Campus in New York City.


Organizers: City Tech – City University of New York, with support from Amps.

Publishers: UCL Press, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Routledge


Contact Info: 

Jason Montgomery, Cindee Hogan, Claire Short

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