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Series - International Journal of TV Serial Narratives, Vol 4, No 1 (2018)

Series-International Journal Of TV Serial Narratives
Suburra. La serie as "Patrimonio internazionale / International Patrimony"...63-80 Introduction: Contemporary Proximity Fiction...5-8 Going Native: Long-Running Television Serials in the UK...9-20 Against All Odds: The Survival of Quebec’s téléromans as proximity series...21-30 Humor in Mohawk Girls: the Deft Interweaving of Gender and Race...31-42 Dialogue with Javier Marzal...43-45 Dialogue with Rodolf Giner...47-49 Lapis Lazuli. Politics and Aqueous Contingency in the Animation Steven Universe...51-62

Suburra. La serie as "Patrimonio internazionale / International Patrimony"

Dana Renga
This essay investigates fascinations surrounding glamorized criminals by looking at how recent Italian history and queer bodies are represented, negotiated, and received in Italy’s first made-for-Netflix series Suburra. La serie (2017 - ). In many ways, the series is a distinctly Italian production, especially in terms of the popular mafia-corruption plot that is based upon real life events. However, Suburra. La serie is a transnational production that engages viewers outside of Italy. This essay pays...

Introduction: Contemporary Proximity Fiction

Nàdia Alonso López
Series - International Journal of TV Serial Narratives, Vol 4, No 1 (2018)

Dialogue with Rodolf Giner

Nàdia Alonso López
Series - International Journal of TV Serial Narratives, Vol 4, No 1 (2018)

Lapis Lazuli. Politics and Aqueous Contingency in the Animation Steven Universe

André Vasques Vital
Steven Universe (2013-), the North American cartoon produced by Cartoon Network, has been receiving attention from the media, the public and academia for its break with the relative norms of programs directed towards child audiences. It is the first animated series created by a woman (Rebecca Sugar) on Cartoon Network, and one of the first to centralize queer character narratives, breaking gender normative binarism. The present essay analyzes how the series further problematizes the questions...

Dialogue with Javier Marzal

Nàdia Alonso López
Series - International Journal of TV Serial Narratives, Vol 4, No 1 (2018)

Humor in Mohawk Girls: the Deft Interweaving of Gender and Race

Jean Sébastien
The sitcom Mohawk Girls (2014-2017) calls for a change in racialized and gendered identity models. Mohawk Girls deftly approaches racial issues, often in a serious tone, all the while giving its audience what it expects from a sitcom: witty dialogue, many of which play on issues of gender. Through the analysis of two episodes of the sitcom’s first season, we look at how the show represents issues of race on a reservation and how racialism...

Against All Odds: The Survival of Quebec’s téléromans as proximity series

Stéfany Boisvert
Quebec is a prime example of a province with a strong attachment to proximity series. Top-rated TV shows in Quebec are almost always of local provenance, and some productions even set world records for market penetration. Moreover, many long-running serialized dramas called téléromans still garner some of the highest ratings in the province. And yet, almost nothing has been written about these contemporary téléromans, since most studies now focus on shorter high-budget TV series—the most...

Going Native: Long-Running Television Serials in the UK

Douglas Chalmers & Hugh O'Donell
This article examines in detail the development of the long-running serial in the UK, from its beginnings on radio in the 1940s, through the move to television in the mid 1950s and then up to the present day. It pays particular attention to language use throughout this period, focusing on the move from Standard English to a wide range of regional dialects during the four decades when these serials were at the height of their...

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Junia Cambraia Mortimer
Tracce Urbane. Rivista Italiana Transdisciplinare di Studi Urbani, No 3 (2018): Spazi che abilitano/ Enabling Space

Ocupação Prestes Maia

Eduardo Costa
Tracce Urbane. Rivista Italiana Transdisciplinare di Studi Urbani, No 3 (2018): Spazi che abilitano/ Enabling Space

Enabling spaces. Quali ponti tra istituzioni e cittadini per pratiche di governo collaborative?

Francesca Cognetti
Il testo propone una riflessione che, a partire dall’osservazione dei campi ormai consolidati della partecipazione promossa dalle istituzioni e delle pratiche collaborative nate in seno a movimenti e società, costruisce un terreno di scambio, là dove questi ambiti vengono spesso visti come separati. L’interesse è di porre l’attenzione sulle condizioni per cui si possano generare spazi di confronto e co-progettazione, che richiedono a tutti i soggetti coinvolti di uscire dai propri frame, e quindi di...

Indecorose abilità

Elena Mistrello
Tracce Urbane. Rivista Italiana Transdisciplinare di Studi Urbani, No 3 (2018): Spazi che abilitano/ Enabling Space

Lo "spazio abilitante" nelle politiche urbane tra Istituzioni pubbliche e pratiche di autorganizzazione. Intervista a Patrizia Di Girolamo

Vincenzo Luca Lo Re
Tracce Urbane. Rivista Italiana Transdisciplinare di Studi Urbani, No 3 (2018): Spazi che abilitano/ Enabling Space

"Enabling" Space. Dialogues and bridges between institutions and self-organized practices for a collaborative territorial planning.

Stefania Ragozino & Gabriella Esposito De Vita
Tracce Urbane. Rivista Italiana Transdisciplinare di Studi Urbani, No 3 (2018): Spazi che abilitano/ Enabling Space

Searching for an "enabling" space. Dialogues and bridges between institutions and self-organization practices for a collaborative territorial planning and management

Adriana Goni Mazzitelli
This Tracce Urbane issue takes inspiration from the International Conference Cities and Self-Organization, hold on December 2017 in Rome, Italy, in collaboration with Sapienza University of Rome and the AESOP – Association of European Schools of Planning. The seminar aim was to contribute to the debate on the conceptualization and experiences of self-organization in the history of planning theory and in contemporary practises. We introduce here some relevant statements emerging from the debate and some...

Città e territorio: pratiche di autostruttrazione comunitaria nella Sicilia Occidentale. Danilo Dolci e il Centro di Studi e Iniziative sulla piena occupazione (1958 – 1968)

Francesca Leder
Per coloro che si occupano di ‘autorganizzazione urbana’ il confronto con l’esperienza di Danilo Dolci in Sicilia costituisce un passaggio obbligato. A distanza di oltre sessant’anni dal suo avvio (1952) il ‘progetto siciliano’ costituisce una lezione imprescindibile, ricca di spunti di ispirazione. Anche la sua attualità è un dato inconfutabile: ne sono testimonianza tanto le cronache giornalistiche, quanto le indagini più accurate, tutte con il loro porre l’accento sul dramma irrisolto del degrado delle periferie...

The Challenges of collaboration and democratic participation in turbulent and unsettled times

Sophie Watson
This paper proposes new key ways to thinking about self-organisation in cities in what, I suggest, are increasingly unsettled and turbulent times. The importance of thinking about self-organisation in cities is all the more salient in the current economic and social context where in many parts of the world there is a withdrawal by the state from public involvement and expenditure, which is impacting on urban citizens, particularly those who are vulnerable, in increasing negative...

Cities and Self-organization

Carlo Cellamare
In the contemporary city, we are today more and more witnessing different practices and processes of “re-appropriation of space”: regeneration of empty buildings, spaces of cultural production, urban gardens, green areas given renewed significance and re-shaped public spaces, and so on. Beside this, we could also mention experimentations that are activating new social services and welfare spaces, and finally squatting projects, which are defining different modes of co-existence, housing and service provision. This is a...

Counteracting Ingrained Practices of Community Development in the US South The Case of Klondike/Smokey City in Memphis TN, USA

Antonio Raciti
In the US, the field of community development has recently become a contested terrain where non-governmental entities intertwine their initiatives with the ones proposed and implemented by public authorities. This paper explores the assumptions and some of the problematic and unresolved issues tied to the rhetoric of community development exploring the case of the historic African American neighborhood of Klondike Smokey City (KSC). In particular, the paper shares some of the lessons learned during an...

L’affermazione del “localismo costituzionale in Italia": una nuova governance che a raccontarla non ci si crede. // The emergence of constitutional localism in Italy: a new governance beyond belief

Marianella Sclavi, Stefania Lattuille & Agnese Bertello
"Localismo costituzionale” sta ad indicare un nuovo ethos civico e forma di governance che sposta il più grande numero possibile di decisioni pubbliche a livello di comunità, ancorandole direttamente al quadro di libertà e dei diritti garantiti dalla costituzione. Rietrano in questa categoria una moltitudine di iniziative dal basso, di cittadinanza attiva che si propongono di affrontare questioni di interesse comune, dalla rigenerazione di edifici e territori in crisi, alla fornitura di beni e servizi,...

Producing the just city: Self-organising ULs for the re-appropriation of public spaces

Valeria Monno & Angela Barbanente
Abstract In the contemporary city, the forms of re-appropriation of degraded and abandoned urban spaces by citizens have profoundly changed. Usual antagonistic forms of citizens' self-organisation have been increasingly replaced by new forms of interaction between citizens and institutions. These have arisen great enthusiasm as innovative urban policies that seem to open up the possibility of recovering abandoned urban spaces, which was unthinkable in the logic of top-down or dialogic approaches. In many cases their...

Self-Organization in Rome: a map

Chiara Cacciotti & Luca Brignone
During the last years many different researches regarding social spaces have been realized in Rome, sometimes containing different maps representing these experiences. Nevertheless, these processes are very dynamic and the situation of Rome changes every year. For this reason in November, 2017 we decided to realize, during the International Conference "Cities and Self-organization” held in Rome on December 2017, an updated map of all the self-organization experiences within the city of Rome in order to...

Funding the Cooperative City From knowledge network to local action

Daniela Patti & Levente Polyak
In recent years, cultural, social, community and educational spaces have become laboratories of new forms of living, working, learning and collective exchange. However, these civic spaces face many difficulties in establishing stable economic structures, or lack financial buffers to secure their long-term operations and relative autonomy. This book brings together a variety of actors, practices, models, mechanisms and opinions that address these difficulties: our intention is to use these experiences to help and inspire civic...

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