Tvergastein is now accepting submissions for its next issue:
Deadline: December 15, 2015
Inclusive. Safe. Resilient. Sustainable.
These are the goals which the UN has directed toward cities in order to cope with the increasingly urbanized population of the globe.
But how can such an abstract vision act as a blueprint for cities of the future? What does such a vision say – or fail to say – about the processes that shape urban areas, the diversity of people and places that make up the world’s cities and the challenges they face? What entails a sustainable or resilient city? Whose safety is prioritized?
Tvergastein Issue 7 is now open for contributions to an interdisciplinary exploration of the forces and factors that inform patterns of urban development. Understanding these is surely a precursor to knowing how to make cities socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable, hence the question: how are cities made?
If you have a finished text, old exam paper that can be edited, or simply a good idea for an article, send us an e-mail. We promise you fair feedback and help in the editing process before publication.
We accept contributions in Norwegian and English in two categories:
Op-ed style (2 000- 5 000 Characters)
Academic style (10 000 – 20 000 Characters)
We are also looking for illustrations and photos! if you have a piece you think would illustrate our theme well, send it in! We accept both color and black and white submissions. All illustrations and photos must be sent in a resolution higher than 300 dpi.
Please contact us if you would like to submit! firstname.lastname@example.org