PUBLICATION: Joelho – Journal of Architectural Culture, Issue 8: Ideas and Practices for the European City

PUBLICATION: Joelho – Journal of Architectural Culture, Issue 8: Ideas and Practices for the European City

The issue #8 of Joelho – Journal of Architectural Culture has just been published online in the journal’s website. This issue, dedicated to the theme “Ideas and Practices for the European City“, was co-edited by José António Bandeirinha (CES, DARQ, UC), Luís Miguel Correia (CEIS20, DARQ, UC) and Nelson Mota (TU Delft). Joelho 8 publishes contributions from Ákos Moravánszky, Irina Davidovici, Matthew Teissmann, Alexandre Alves Costa, Chiara Monterumisi, Harald Bodenschatz, Joana Capela de Campos and Vitor Murtinho, Platon Issaias, Kasper Lægring, Nuno Grande and Roberto Cremascoli, and Jorge Figueira and Bruno Gil. These scholars discuss the multiple facets of the European city as the vital locus for the historical processes that populate our imagination as urbanites.
In three complementary parts – Discourses, Projects, and Reviews – Joelho 8 presents a critical cross-section of ideas and practices for the European City developed over the last century. The articles included in this issue discuss several instances of the European city as a palimpsest, a physical and mental support where multiple historical phenomena are overlaid. Looking from different intellectual perspectives, Joelho 8 shows the European city as a place of coexistence, a stable, yet dynamic, organism against which the flow of time and the accumulation of experiences takes place. Joelho 8 allows us to travel in time, navigating through different aspects that have contributed to make the European city a cherished repository of collective memory and a shared cultural heritage.
The whole issue and the individual articles are available here.

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