Space and Culture

(The TQCC of Space and Culture is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
COVID-19 as Atmospheric Dis-ease: Attuning into Ordinary Effects of Collective Quarantine and Isolation16
Pet-Friendly Rental Housing: Racial and Spatial Inequalities16
6 Feet Apart: Spaces and Cultures of Quarantine14
The Gentrification of Airbnb: Closing Rent Gaps Through the Professionalization of Hosting13
Taking Care of Us from the Neighborhoods in Times of Quarantine. Citizen Solidarity Practices in Vallcarca, Barcelona (Spain)13
Restricted Spatiality and the Inflation of Digital Space, an Urban Perspective12
Two Fire Temples and a Metro: Contesting Infrastructures in Mumbai11
Thinking with Quarantine Urbanism?10
Quarantine and Informality: Reflections on the Colombian Case10
Ethical Prison Architecture: A Systematic Literature Review of Prison Design Features Related to Wellbeing9
No Safe Space: Zombie Film Tropes during the COVID-19 Pandemic9
Counter/Infections: Dis/abling Spaces and Cultures7
The Blacktown Native Institution as a Living, Embodied Being: Decolonizing Australian First Nations Zones of Trauma Through Creativity7
Resilience, Reinvention and Transition during and after Quarantine7
Food and White Multiculturalism: Racial Aesthetics of Commercial Gentrification in Amsterdam’s Javastraat7
Alone Together: Finding Solidarity in a Time of Social Distance6
Dancing in Quarantine: The Spatial Refiguration of Society and the Interaction Orders6
Sanitary Crisis, Civilizational Crisis6
Mythology as a Driver of Creative Economy in Waterfront Regeneration: The Case of Savamala in Belgrade, Serbia5
Gentrification and the Right to the Geomedia City5
The Social Life of a Barrier: A Material Ethnography of Urban Counter-terrorism5
A Walk in the Park With Robodog: Navigating Around Pedestrians Using a Spot Robot as a “Guide Dog”5
Quarantine(d) Space: Urla-Izmir (Smyrna) Island4
Assessing Imageability of Port Cities Through the Visibility of Public Spaces: The Cases of Famagusta and Limassol4
Place, Memory, and Justice: Critical Perspectives on Sites of Conscience4
Långbro Hospital, Sweden—From Psychiatric Institution to Digital Museum: A Critical Discourse Analysis3
Taking Play Seriously in Urban Design: The Evolution of Barcelona’s Superblocks3
A Suitable Place to Remember? Derelict Magdalen Laundries as Possible Sites of Conscience in Contemporary Ireland3
Staying in Crisis: Choice or Coercion a Review of the Reasons of Rural-to-Urban Migrations Due to Environmental Changes in Iranian Villages3
Who Has the Right to the Coworking Space? Reframing Platformed Workspaces as Elite Territory in the Geomedia City3
Indigenous Cartographies: Pervasive Games and Place-Based Storytelling3
“Google Is Not a Good Neighbor”: The Google Campus Protests in Berlin3
Memory, Imagination, and Resistance in Canada’s Prison for Women3
Infrastructuring Religion: Materiality and Meaning in Ordinary Urbanism3
How a Deadly Pandemic Cleared the Air: Narratives and Practices Linking COVID-19 with Air Pollution and Climate Change3
The Dilemma of Saudi Arabian Homes in Riyadh3
Promises of Urbanism: New Songdo City and the Power of Infrastructure3
Keepers of the Grave: Ritual Guides, Ghosts, and Hidden Narratives in Indonesian History3
From the Tag to the #Hashtag: Street Art, Instagram, and Gentrification3
Sensing Urban Values: Reassessing Urban Cultures and Histories Amidst Redevelopment Agendas3
Delinquent Girls as Activists: Insider Activism and Carceral Welfare3
Making Cultural Values out of Urban Ruins: Re-enactments of Atmospheres3
Theorizing Otherwise: Sites of Conscience and Gendered Violence3
(Lived) Spaces of Belonging, Culture, and Gender: Spatial Practices of Home for Syrian Women in Istanbul3
This Is My Voice in a Mask3
Space, Place, and Countervisuality in Montgomery: A Rhetorical Analysis of the National Memorial for Peace and Justice3
The Constitution of Dubai’s Mobile-App-Mediated Spatiotemporal Glocalization: Postphenomenology and Postdigitality in Dialogue3