As pursued throughout this book, urban cultural studies is understood to be an inherently interdisciplinary field bringing humanities texts (literature, film, popular music, digital spaces, etc.) into close articulation with the urban phenomenon. It should be stressed that the field of urban cultural studies is inherently interdisciplinary. That is: because disciplinary knowledge itself has an historical and ongoing role in actively producing the disciplinary divisions that partition city-space from cultural production, an interdisciplinary method is the only method capable of approaching the urban phenomenon. To my mind, Henri Lefebvre stands out as one of the few single theorists whose extensive work has captured the spirit of this interdisciplinary inquiry.