New directions in the theorisation of temporary urbanisms: Adaptability, activation and trajectory

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New directions in the theorisation of temporary urbanisms: Adaptability, activation and trajectory. / Andres, Lauren; Kraftl, Peter.

In: Progress in Human Geography, 20.01.2021, p. 030913252098532.

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