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Interviews with urban commons and municipalism activist in Barcelona [in Spanish]

posted on 2024-03-19, 15:42 authored by Ana Mendez De Andes Aldama

This dataset contains the transcription of 23 interviews with 26 people conducted between 2021 and 2022 as part of the doctoral research on the 'becoming-common of the public'. The research examines the role of the commons within the Spanish municipalist political hypothesis; how this hypothesis has been deployed in urban commoning processes in Barcelona; future scenarios in which commoning processes constitute an alternative form of social organisation; and the possibility of defining planning as a commoning methodology.

Ethics application number 034257 was approved by The University of Sheffield on 7 July 2020.


White Rose Social Sciences Doctoral Training Partnership

Economic and Social Research Council

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