More-than-human Cities: On Urban Design and Nonhuman Agency

Kartik Chugh The modern cities are usually imagined as purified spaces of human existence, a humanist citadel, constructed by humans and for humans alone. The rapid urbanization fueled by capitalist development project proceeds without any regard for nonhumans. In its classical sense, urbanization transforms empty, unproductive wastelands into improved lands through a process called development … Continue reading More-than-human Cities: On Urban Design and Nonhuman Agency