Aims and Scope

Journal Of Contemporary Urban Affairs is dedicated to focusing on the socio-economic consequences of contemporary urbanization. In this regard, the journal intended to study these consequences under the three main sections:

- Section A-Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities: Quality of Life, Liveability, Public Health, Identities, Participatory projects, Walkable cities.

- Section B -Territorial Studies: Gated Communities, Urban resilience, Conflict and Divided Territories, Slums, Port-cities, Heritage Studies, Housing Studies, Mediterranean Architectures and Urbanism.

- Section C -Urban transformation: Littoral transformations, Urban Renewal,  Urban Regeneration, Urban Morphologies, Rapid Urbanization, Urban Sprawl, Smart Cities, Emerging Cities.

Contributions are welcome from across the full range of social science and Arts and Humanities disciplines. It is expected from the contributors to advance empirical and theoretical knowledge on contemporary urban affairs - both from positive and normative perspectives. The priority of publication is given to research articles that are specifically written for a multidisciplinary audience with the highest quality and impact. In this regard, The journal looks for articles that are innovative and report excellent research and developments. All articles are published in English and undergo a double-blind peer-review process.