European Journal of Creative Practices in Cities and Landscapes

The European Journal of Creative Practices in Cities and Landscapes (CPCL) – ISSN 2612-0496 is a biannual open-access peer-reviewed journal that aims to publish innovative and original papers on cultural heritage in the built environment as a set of creative practices.

The European Journal of Creative Practices in Cities and Landscapes (CPCL) is a biannual open-access peer-reviewed journal that aims to publish innovative and original papers on cultural heritage in the built environment as a set of creative practices. The focus will be the European city, with a particular attention to its transformations within the global metropolis and its flows of people, capitals, goods and ideas.

We publish two issues per year for the main section, and we accept open submissions for permanent thematic sections. 

CPCL is a scientific journal recognized by ANVUR (Italian National Agency for Evaluation of Universities and Research Institutes) for disciplinary areas 08 and 10.

ISSN 2612-0496

COMING ISSUES

CPCL 2019/2 The new Spaces of the Common: Spatial and Political Models of “Making” edited by Manola Antonioli

CPCL 2020/1 Curating the city: artistic practices and urban transformations edited by Annalisa Trentin, Anna Rosellini and Amir Djalali

CPCL 2020/2 Design for people’s autonomy. Rights to independent living edited by Valentina Gianfrate, Micaela Antonucci, Francesc Aragall

CPCL 2021/1 Port City Cultures, Values, or Maritime Mindsets: How to define and assess what makes port cities special edited by Carola Hein, Sabine Luning, Paul van der Laar

 

Announcements

 

**EDIT:NEW DATES**CPCL Vol 3, no 2. Call for Papers. Design for people’s autonomy. Rights to independent living.

 

Edited by Valentina Gianfrate, Micaela Antonucci, Francesc Aragall.

 
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Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Water Resilience: Creative Practices—Past, Present and Future

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Water Resilience: Creative Practices—Past, Present and Future
Carola Hein, Tino Mager, Roberto Rocco
1-10

Main Section

Nancy Couling, Paola Alfaro d'Alençon, Medine Altiok
11-36
Harry den Hartog
37-64
Gloria Pessina
65-92
Laura M Inha, Jarmo J Hukka
93-120
Klaas Johannes de Jong
121-138

Practices

Angela Connelly, Serene Hanania, Joanna Kiernicka-Allavena
139-152
Arash Salek
153-172
Matthew Bach, Anthony Colclough, Cristina Garzillo, Cécile Houpert
173-184

Notes

Tino Mager
185-194
Kaiyi Zhu
195-206

Errata

Erratum
 
207
Erratum
 
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