Corpus ID: 134769671

The Right to City in Argentina: Building Capacity through Hecho en Buenos Aires, a Street Newspaper

@inproceedings{PhilippSchnurer2016TheRT,
  title={The Right to City in Argentina: Building Capacity through Hecho en Buenos Aires, a Street Newspaper},
  author={Keira Philipp-Schnurer},
  year={2016}
}
As the new millennium unfolds, many activists and scholars have responded to enduring inequality in urban environments by embracing French philosopher Henri Lefebvre's writings on the "right to the city" as a "rallying cry and demand." In an effort to contribute to this dialogue, this thesis explores the concept of the "right to the city" by operationalizing it as a theoretical framework rooted in Lefebvre’s original writings and applying it o a grounded examination of the street newspaper… Expand

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