Luger, Jason David
Dr. Jason Luger is a human geographer, currently lecturing in the Department of City and Regional Planning at The University of California, Berkeley and the University of San Francisco. His research focuses on the production of urban space, urban governance, art-led economic development and social movements in a comparative context. His work has been featured in several international urban journals and books including CITY and IJURR and the forthcoming co-edited volume, Critical Artscapes / Resilient Artists: Art and Urban Space (2017).
ArticlesIntroduction Artist: June 2 at 11.26pm:‘To be truly radical is to make hope possible rather than despair convincing.’ - Raymond Williams. (Singaporean Artists’ public Facebook Post) Can the critical arts exist without ‘place’?There is an ongoing debate on ‘place’ and where it begins and ends; on...Read more