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Political protest and violence are the frequent subject of historical, sociological, and political science research – yet often, little attention is accorded to the urban context. Staring from Levebvre’s concept of a "right to the city," the authors draw upon European and global examples to develop specific approaches for understanding the relationship between political violence and the structure of cities.
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