New book review published by Shannon Clarke

In this review for Society & Space, I argue for reading Improvised Lives: Rhythms of Endurance in a Global South as a guidebook for surviving in spaces where we are made to feel increasingly alienated from one another. In the vignettes of urban life presented here, Simone challenges readers to imagine different ways of being together in the city. Ultimately, Simone calls on us to recognize the ways that people live, create, thrive and dream in seemingly “uninhabitable” places.

You can read the review here:

Leave a Reply