Call for Papers

Abstract Guidelines

We encourage the submission of theoretical or empirical works about the 10 tracks of this edition. TICYUrb wish to act as a bridge between social, human, natural and all other scientific domains, so every paper will be welcomed and accepted for consideration.

Collectivecity (the right to the city: 50 years later)
Productcity (the city as a product)
Divercity (diversity in the city)
Fractalcity (the city amid policies)
Ucity (utopias and dystopias)
Fearcity (in-security)
Metacity (ways of thinking and making city)
Transitcity (migrations and racism)
RiskCity (risk in the city)
City O’clock (24 hours in the city)

Please send an abstract of max. 500 words and a short biography/Vita.

We accept papers in English, Portuguese, Spanish, and French.

Authors should let us know in which language they prefer to present their papers.

Please use this form to send us your abstract.