The texts below were starting points for thinking together about care and cities.

We are continuing to build a care-full reading list. Please feel free to add and share through our public Zotero list here.

The Care Collective. (2020). Care Manifesto: The Politics of Interdependence. Verso.

Federici, S., & Jones, C. (2020). Counterplanning in the Crisis of Social Reproduction. South Atlantic Quarterly, 119(1), 153–165.

Haraway, D. (2007). When Species Meet. University Of Minnesota Press.

Huron, A. (2015). Working with Strangers in Saturated Space: Reclaiming and Maintaining the Urban Commons. Antipode, 47(4), 963–979.

Ostrom, E. (2000). Collective Action and the Evolution of Social Norms. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 14(3), 137–158.

Petrescu, D., & Trogal, K. (Eds.). (2017). The Social (Re)Production of Architecture: Politics, Values and Actions in Contemporary Practice. Routledge.

Power, E. R., & Williams, M. J. (2020). Cities of care: A platform for urban geographical care research. Geography Compass, 14(1), 1–19.

Ryan, R. M., & Deci, E. L. (2001). On Happiness and Human Potentials: A Review of Research on Hedonic and Eudaimonic Well-Being. Annual Review of Psychology, 52(1), 141–166.

Rydin, Y., & Tate, L. (Eds.). (2016). Actor Networks of Planning: Exploring the influence of Actor Network Theory. Routledge.

Trogal, K. (2017). Caring: Making Commons, Making Connections. In D. Petrescu & K. Trogal (Eds.), The Social (Re)Production of Architecture: Politics, Values and Actions in Contemporary Practice (pp. 159–174). Routledge.

Tronto, J. C. (2015). Who Cares?: How to Reshape a Democratic Politics. Cornell Selects.

Wright, K. (2014). Becoming-With. Environmental Humanities, 5(1), 277–281.