Dennis Rodgers is professor of urban social and political research at the University of Glasgow, UK. A social anthropologist, he works on issues relating to urban development, conflict and violence in Nicaragua, Argentina, and India. His most recent publication is the co-edited volume Popular Representations of Development: Insights from Novels, Films, Television, and Social Media (Routledge, 2013).
Published in: openSecurityFrom civil to civic conflict? Violence and the city in 'fragile states'
The increasing ubiquity of riots, gang crime, and terrorist attacks in cities, would suggest the hallmark of the...
Published in: 50.50Nicaragua: the road to 'pacification'
The transformation of Managua's road system should be seen as a case of “infrastructural violence” which is...