Cesare Di Feliciantonio
Cesare Di Feliciantonio
Manchester Metropolitan University & University of Leicester
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‘Southern’Alternatives of Urban Diffusion: Investigating Settlement Characteristics and Socio‐Economic Patterns in Three Mediterranean Regions
C Di Feliciantonio, L Salvati
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 106 (4), 453-470, 2015
Subjectification in times of indebtedness and neoliberal/austerity urbanism
C Di Feliciantonio
Antipode 48 (5), 1206-1227, 2016
Social Movements and Alternative Housing Models: Practicing the “Politics of Possibilities” in Spain
C Di Feliciantonio
Housing, Theory and Society 34 (1), 38-56, 2017
Living labs and vacancy in the neoliberal city
P Cardullo, R Kitchin, C Di Feliciantonio
Cities 73, 44-50, 2018
The right to the smart city
P Cardullo, C Di Feliciantonio, R Kitchin
Emerald Group Publishing, 2019
Citizenship, justice, and the right to the smart city
R Kitchin, P Cardullo, C Di Feliciantonio
The right to the smart city, 2019
The prehistories of neoliberal housing policies in Italy and Spain and their reification in times of crisis
C Di Feliciantonio, MB Aalbers
Housing Policy Debate 28 (1), 135-151, 2018
Class diversification, economic growth and urban sprawl: evidences from a pre-crisis European city
C Di Feliciantonio, L Salvati, E Sarantakou, K Rontos
Quality & Quantity 52 (4), 1501-1522, 2018
Governing urban vacancy in post-crash Dublin: Contested property and alternative social projects
C O’Callaghan, C Di Feliciantonio, M Byrne
Urban Geography 39 (6), 868-891, 2018
Spaces of the Expelled as Spaces of the Urban Commons? Analysing the Re‐emergence of Squatting Initiatives in Rome
C Di Feliciantonio
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 41 (5), 708-725, 2017
The Sexual Politics of Neoliberalism and Austerity in an'Exceptional'Country: Italy.
C Di Feliciantonio
ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 14 (4), 2015
The reactions of neighbourhoods to the eviction of squatters in Rome: An account of the making of precarious investor subjects
CD Feliciantonio
European Urban and Regional Studies 24 (4), 352-367, 2017
‘Queer (y) ing methodologies: doing fieldwork and becoming queer’–guest editorial
C Di Feliciantonio, KB Gadelha, D DasGupta
Gender, Place & Culture 24 (3), 403-412, 2017
Affects, bodies and desire:‘queering’methods and methodologies to research queer migration
C Di Feliciantonio, KB Gadelha
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 108 (3), 275-288, 2017
Situating queer migration within (national) welfare regimes
C Di Feliciantonio, KB Gadelha
Geoforum 68, 1-9, 2016
Exploring the complex geographies of Italian queer activism
C de Feliciantonio
lambda nordica 19 (2), 27-52, 2014
Queering Communia: the politics of positionality when doing research on squatting in Rome
C Di Feliciantonio
Gender, Place & Culture 24 (3), 426-437, 2017
Student migrants and squatting in Rome at times of austerity
C Di Feliciantonio
Migration, Squatting and Radical Autonomy, 93-98, 2016
The relational articulation of housing crisis and activism in post-crash Dublin, Ireland
R Hearne, C O’Callaghan, C Di Feliciantonio, R Kitchin
Rent and Its Discontents: A Century of Housing Struggle, 2018
Dai Commons al Commoning (urbano): Pratiche e Orizzonti Politici Nel Contesto Mediterraneo. Introduzione al numero speciale
C Di Feliciantonio, S Aru
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies, 2018
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