Beissinger focuses on the urbanization and the global transformation of rebellion in his latest book, The Revolutionary City (Princeton University Press). Specifically, Beissinger challenges the ideas of how people, power, and wealth influence the exercises of revolutions and uprisings. To do this, he utilizes data on revolutionary accounts dating back to the 1900s, public opinion surveys, and engaging accounts from people around the world. Dissecting the causes and consequences of urbanization of revolution among the 20th and 21st centuries, urban revolutions, information issues, and connection among public spheres is investigated while Beissinger continues to challenge how and why cities have been turned into the predominant place for upheavals around the world.