Policies and Processes of Living in Informal/Illegal Rome

Author/s Carlo Cellamare
Publishing Year 2011 Issue 2010/97-98
Language Italian Pages 23 P. 145-167 File size 308 KB
DOI 10.3280/ASUR2010-097010
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Rome represents an interesting case study of the informal/illegal city and of its regeneration processes that are taking place even through the involvement of its inhabitants. This is a relevant problem all over the world, but it’s specifically interesting in a western country. This paper will focus on the analysis of: the recent changes which are characterizing this phenomenon (through an interdisciplinary approach aimed at critically analyzing its dynamics) and the connected regeneration policies (through a complex approach aimed at outlining their ambiguities).

Keywords: Informal city, regeneration policies, common goods, peripheries, urban practices

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Carlo Cellamare, Politiche e processi dell'abitare nella città abusiva/informale romana in "ARCHIVIO DI STUDI URBANI E REGIONALI" 97-98/2010, pp 145-167, DOI: 10.3280/ASUR2010-097010