Neoliberal Urbanism and its Contestations - Crossing Theoretical Boundaries

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This volume brings a plurality of approaches from political economic to Foucauldian to bear on the broad range of contestations around urban neoliberalism. The contributors explore the range of resistant agency and reveal the heterogeneity of intersecting power relations that movements mobilize against.

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Acknowledgements Notes on the Contributors PART I: THEORETICAL DEBATES: COMPETING APPROACHES IN THE STUDY OF URBAN NEOLIBERALISM Introduction: Neoliberal Urbanism and its Contestations Crossing Theoretical Boundaries; M.Mayer & J.Künkel Towards Deep Neoliberalization?; N.Brenner, N.Theodore & J.Peck The Limits of Neoliberalism. Is the Concept of Neoliberalism Helpful in the Study of Urban Policy?; C.Pickvance Grounding Social Struggles in the Age of 'Empire'; E.Bareis & M.Bojadzijev Cultural Political Economy, Strategic Essentialism, and Neoliberalism; B.Jessop & N.Sum PART II: EMPIRICAL CASES Urban Development and the Creative Class in a Neoliberal Age: Two Case Studies in Toronto; U.Lehrer City Improvement Districts and 'Territorialized Neoliberalism' in South Africa (Johannesburg, Cape Town); S.Didier, M.Morange & E.Peyroux Neoliberalization at a Crossroads? Transcolonial Hong Kong; C.Cartier Reassembling the Political Life of Community. Naturalizing Neoliberalism in Amman; C.Parker & P.Debruyne Governing the Favela; S.Lanz 'These Dolls are an Attraction'. Othering and Normalizing Sex Work in a Neoliberal City; J.Künkel Conclusion: Implications of Urban Theory for Social Movements; M.Mayer & J.Künkel Index
Editore:
Mayer, M.;Mayer
Künkel, Jenny;Künkel
Tipo multimediale:
Copertina rigida
Editore:
Palgrave Macmillan UK
Biografia:
ELLEN BAREIS Professor at the Department for Welfare and Public Health at the University of Applied Sciences Ludwigshafen/Rhein, Germany
MANUELA BOJAD IJEV Assistant Professor at the Institute for European Ethnography at Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
NEIL BRENNER Professor of Sociology and Metropolitan Studies at New York University, USA
CAROLYN CARTIER Professor of Geography at China Studies in the China Research Centre at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
PASCAL DEBRUYNE PhD Candidate at the Department of Third World Studies at Ghent University, Belgium
SOPHIE DIDIER Geographer and Research Director of the Institut Français d'Afrique du Sud (IFAS), France
BOB JESSOP Distinguished Professor of Sociology at Lancaster University, UK and Co-Director of the Cultural Political Economy Research Centre, UK
STEPHAN LANZ Lecturer in Social Geography and Cultural Studies at Europa-Universität Viadrina at Frankfurt/Oder, Germany
UTE LEHRER Associate Professor at the Faculty of Environmental Studies and member of the CITY Institute, York University, Canada
MARIANNE MORANGE Senior Lecturer in the Geography Department, University Paris 7 - Denis Diderot, France
CHRISTOPHER PARKER Professor of Political and Social Science at Ghent University, Belgium
JAMIE PECK Canada Research Chair in Urban and Regional Political Economy, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia, Canada
ELISABETH PEYROUX Senior Researcher at National Centre for Scientific Research, based at the University of Toulouse 2 (Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Studies, LISST-Cieu), France
CHRIS PICKVANCE Professor of Urban Studies at the University of Kent, Canterbury, UK
NGAI-LING SUM Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at Lancaster University and Co-Director of the Cultural Political Economy Research Centre, UK
NIK THEODORE Director of the Center for Urban Economic Development and Associate Professor of Urban Policy and Planning, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Lingua:
Inglese
Edizione:
2011
Numero di Pagine:
230

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Tipologia prodotto:
Libro rilegato
Dimensioni del collo:
0.22 x 0.142 x 0.02 m; 0.422 kg
GTIN:
09780230271838
DUIN:
LAA2Q2GC4S4
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