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CRIOS
Critica degli ordinamenti spaziali
2 issues per year , ISSN 2279-8986 , ISSNe 2531-601X
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Born out of a previous editorial experience (CRU – Critica della Razionalità Urbanistica), CRIOS is an international planning journal grounded on the tradition of critique and open to different contributions from urban studies and social sciences. Spatial orderings are complex devices, socio-spatial configurations as well as systems of norms, to be questioned in the historical and political perspective of contemporary urbanism. The journal’s main aim is dealing with challenges and conflicts in the city, from climate change to social inequalities, from informal settlements to global migrations, entangled in multiple scales and worldly contexts. It is a bi-lingual publication, Italian and English, bridging different research traditions and agendas.
The journal has 4 sections: Cross-critics, a space for critique as a theoretical lever to understand phenomena and modes of organization of contemporary human settlements; Beyond democratic deliberation, dedicated to democracy not just as rational decision-making but also as a practice driven by emotions and non conventional communication practices; Beyond tolerance, focused on spatial orderings as means to fight social exclusion and discrimination and promote hospitality; Beyond sustainability, focused on a different notion of habitability and environmental justice, made of settlements and infrastructures more resilient and metabolically efficient, and open to needs and demands of an ever-changing society

General Editor : Laura Lieto
Editor: Enrico Formato
Scientific board: Alessandro Balducci, Robert Beauregard, Attilio Belli, Cristina Bianchetti, Alberto Clementi, Marco Cremaschi, John Forester, Carlo Gasparrini, Jean Hillier, Margo Huxley, Klaus R. Kunzmann, Patrick Le Galés, Francesco Lo Piccolo, Alberto Magnaghi, Gabriele Pasqui, Michelangelo Russo
Editorial scientific board: Fabio Amato, Libera Amenta, Anna Attademo, Filippo Barbera, Sara Basso, Gilda Berruti, Francesco Curci, Daniela De Leo, Lorenzo Fabian, Vincenzo Gioffrè, Giovanni Laino, Cristina Mattiucci Stefano Moroni, Federica Palestino, Camilla Perrone, Laura Sajia, Angelo Sampieri, Filippo Schilleci, Maurizio Zanardi, Federico Zanfi Editorial staff: Francesca Garzilli, Federica Vingelli

To contact the Editorial Office: e-mail: redazionecrios@gmail.com

The Journal uses a double-blind peer review process. Reviewers are chosen for their expertise. The article will be sent anonymously to reviewers to avoid possible influences due to the name of the author. The editors may decide not to submit the article to any referee in the case it is judged as not relevant, not rigorous or not meeting appropriate scientific standards. Reviewers' evaluations will be sent to the author also in case of negative response.

Classified in Class A by Anvur (National Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research Institutes) in: Civil Engineering and Architecture, industry and Territorial Planning and Urban Design.
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Issue 16/2018 
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Daniela De Leo, Anomalie postmetropolitane
Luca Tricarico, Andrea Billi, Le imprese culturali in Italia: un ponte tra sviluppo sociale e territoriale
Beatrice Maria Bellè, Iniziative bottom-up e riuso temporaneo. Quale valore aggiunto per la valorizzazione di beni immobili pubblici?
Paola Briata, Massimo Bricocoli, Martina Bovo, Cosmopolis in un bus. Multiculturalismo quotidiano a Milano
Rosario Pavia, Il tempo del clima
Maria Rita Gisotti, Il piano paesaggistico alla prova del governo del territorio: verso un modello di pianificazione regionale integrata
Filippo Barbera, Recensione. Filippo Barbera legge F. Indovina, Ordine e disordine nella città contemporanea


Issue 15/2018 
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Fabio Mangone, Lo spazio visionario di Metropolis: linguaggi formali dell’avanguardia e immagini mentali
Luca Gaeta, La città è il messaggio. Pianta ortogonale, democrazia e media
Gilda Berruti, Maria Federica Palestino, Looking from Italy at the fertile boundary between formality and informality
Carlotta Fioretti, Migranti e rigenerazione urbana. Riflessioni a partire da un caso francese
Alberto Budoni, Al di là della visione postmetropolitana: accentuare l’approccio regionale attraverso il concetto di bioregione
Daniela Poli, Norme figurate per la pianificazione del paesaggio: dalla pratica autorizzativa a quella regolativa
A cura della Redazione, Recensione: Biagio Cillo legge A. Marson (a cura di), La struttura del paesaggio. Una sperimentazione multidisciplinare per il piano della Toscana


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