Urban Colloquy on Regime Politics podcasts now available!

Two podcasts have been recorded to showcase and elaborate on the Urban Colloquy published in UAR in January 2015. The podcasts feature Dr. Peter Burns, Dr. Clarence N. Stone, Dr. Michael Jones-Correa, Diane Wong, Dr. Joel Rast. and Dr. Katherine B. Hankins.


The podcasts may be listened to here.

Urban Colloquy on Clarence N. Stone’s Regime Politics, Part I

This is the first of a two-part series moderated by Peter Burns, Editor of Urban Affairs Review, on the Urban Colloquy of Vol. 51, Issue 1 (January 2015): “Clarence N. Stone’s Regime Politics.” Burns invites Clarence N. Stone to reflect on his recent article, “Reflections on Regime Politics: From Governing Coalition to Urban Political Order.” Michael Jones-Correa and Diane Wong contribute to the discussion with their article titled “Whose Politics? Reflections on Clarence Stone’s Regime Politics.”  

Urban Colloquy on Clarence N. Stone’s Regime Politics, Part II

This is Part II of the Urban Affairs Review Urban Colloquy: “Clarence N. Stone’s Regime Politics” (Vol. 51, Issue 1, January 2015). Peter Burns, Editor of UAR, invites Joel Rast, author of “Urban Regime Theory and the Problem of Change,” and Katherine B. Hankins, author of “Regime Politics in Geography,” to the discussion.

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