Reclaiming Political Urbanism in Peace Building Processes: The Hands-on Famagusta project, Cyprus
This case study is about reclaiming a political form of urbanism before the potential Cyprus reunification by enhancing, through the Hands-on Famagusta project, ‘agonistic’ collective practices across the Cypriot divide.
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