We are grateful to all the authors for their contributions and to Marcel Cobussen and the JSS Editorial Board for facilitating this stimulating exchange. We are also thankful to the Institute for Collaborative Research in the Humanities at Queen’s University Belfast for enabling us to establish Recomposing the City and for supporting our 2014 International Symposium. We welcome feedback and responses from readers and communication from those who wish to engage with Recomposing the City and its activities in the future.
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