1. Spatial Violence Andrew Herscher and Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi
2. On "Revolutionary Vandalism"Keith Bresnahan
3. Architecture During Wartime: The Mostra d’Oltremare and Esposizione Universale di Roma Brian L. Mclaren
4. Sentenced: Architecture of Solitary Confinement Lisbet Portman, Raphael Sperry, Alberto Estrada Alvarez, Patrick Bearup, Aron Castlin, Ernest Jerome Defrance, Joseph Dole, Carnell Hunnicutt Sr., Baba Yafeu Iyapo-I, Dominic Marak, Ricky D. Matthews, Hector Villegas, Kenny Zulu Whitmore and Willie Worley
5. The Economy of Fear: Oscar Newman Launches Crime Prevention through Urban Design (1969 – 197x) Joy Knoblauch
6. New Belgrade After 1999: Spatial Violence as De-Socialisation, De-Romanisation, and De-Historisation Nikolina Bobic
7. Mud, Dust, and Marouge´: Precarious Construction in a Congolese Refugee Camp Marnie Jane Thomson
8. Encampments: Spatial Taxonomies of Sri Lanka’s Civil War Anoma Pieris
Andrew Herscher is an Associate Professor at the University of Michigan, USA with appointments in the Taubman College of Architecture and Planning, Department of Art History, and Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures.
Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi is Assistant Professor and Faculty Fellow in the Gallatin School, New York University, USA. She writes and teaches in the history and theory of art, architecture, and urbanism, focusing on modern Africa and South Asia, spatial practice across borders, and aesthetics and politics of heritage and emergency.