An interesting post by Mark Purcell on his paper at the AAG:
Here is the text from my talk at the AAG conference last week. It was for a really great session organized by Joe Shaw and Mark Graham (who are at the Oxford Internet Institute) on “An Informational Right to the City”.
Everyday Code: The Right to Information and Our Struggle for Democracy
Henri Lefebvre proposed a right to information, and he thought that right must be associated with a right to the city. I want to urge us to understand both those rights in the context of Lefebvre’s wider political project. That wider project was the struggle for self-management, what Lefebvre often called “autogestion,” and what I prefer to call democracy.
Lefebvre articulates his wider political vision in terms of what he called a “new contract of citizenship between State and citizen.”
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