- Paolo Cardullo
- Cesare Di Feliciantonio
- Rob Kitchin
- Chapter 2 Whose Right to the Smart City?
- Chapter 3 Reading the Neoliberal Smart City Narrative: The Political Potential of Everyday Meaning-making
- Chapter 4 Playable Urban Citizenship: Social Justice and the Gamification of Civic Life
- Chapter 5 The Right to the Datafied City: Interfacing the Urban Data Commons
- Chapter 6 Smart Commons or a “Smart Approach” to the Commons?
- Chapter 7 Against the Romance of the Smart Community: The Case of Milano 4 You
- Chapter 8 Sensors and Civics: Toward a Community-centered Smart City
- Chapter 9 What is Civic Tech? Defining a Practice of Technical Pluralism
- Chapter 10 Hackathons and the Practices and Possibilities of Participation
- Chapter 11 Smart Cities by Design? Interrogating Design Thinking for Citizen Participation
- Chapter 12 Appropriating “Big Data”: Exploring the Emancipatory Potential of the Data Strategies of Civil Society Organizations in Cape Town, South Africa
- Chapter 13 Moving from Smart Citizens to Technological Sovereignty?
- Chapter 14 Toward a Genuinely Humanizing Smart Urbanism