Covering a wide range of empirical cases, methodologies and approaches, and brining together scholars from different intellectual traditions, this collection offers insight into a variety of themes. Overall, we hope readers will be inspired to interrogate their perceptions of ‘overlooked’ cities. This Digital Magazine compiles contributions emerging from a workshop titled 'Theorising from the Overlooked City: Generating a research network/agenda on small secondary cities’ that took place online on January 18-21 2021. Both the workshop and the magazine were co-organised by Susana Neves Alves based at LATTS - Laboratoire, Techniques, Territoires et Societies in Paris and Hanna Ruszczyk from Durham University. The aim of the workshop was to create an informal, supportive forum for in-depths discussion between a group of scholars working on the challenges and possibilities related to conducting research on small/overlooked/secondary cities. The contributions in this magazine emerged from this workshop, they translate research into narrative form and seek to speak to academic, activist and policy audiences.
Ruszczyk, H. (2021). Theorising from the Overlooked City: Generating a research agenda / network on small / secondary cities. [Digital Magazine]