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City visions / edited by David Bell and Azzedine Haddour.

Contributor(s): Bell, David, 1965 [editor.] | Haddour, Azzedine [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Routledge, 2014Description: xi, 268 pages. ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0582327415 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Cities and towns -- Congresses | Cities and towns in literature -- Congresses | City and town life -- CongressesDDC classification: 307.76
Contents:
Ch. 1. What we talk about when we talk about the city /​ David Bell and Azzedine Haddour Ch. 2. Imag(in)ing a post-industrial Potteries /​ Mark Jayne Ch. 3. Capital Calcutta: coins, maps, monuments, souvenirs and tourism /​ John Hutnyk Ch. 4. Citing difference: vagrancy, nomadism and the site of the colonial and post-colonial /​ Azzedine Haddour Ch. 5. Denizens, citizens, tourists, and others: marginality and mobility in the writings of James Kelman and Irvine Welsh /​ Willy Maley Ch. 6. Suburban tales: television, masculinity and textual geographies /​ David Oswell Ch. 7. Ethical transgressions beyond the city wall /​ Christopher Stanley Ch. 8. Dancing bodies in city settings: construction of spaces and subjects /​ Valerie Briginshaw Ch. 9. Moving through the city /​ Tim Edensor Ch. 10. 'Finding a place in the street': CCTV surveillance and young people's use of urban public space /​ Ian Toon Ch. 11. Cosmopolitanism and the sexed city /​ Jon Binnie Ch. 12. The new segregation /​ David Theo Goldberg Ch. 13. A critique of integration as the remedy for segregation /​ Iris Marion Young Ch. 14. Otherness and citizenship: towards a politics of the plural community /​ Anthony Gorman Ch. 15. 'Not a straight line but a curve', or, Cities are not mirrors of modernity /​ Nigel Thrift.
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This collection of essays emerges from the City Limits conference.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Ch. 1. What we talk about when we talk about the city /​ David Bell and Azzedine Haddour
Ch. 2. Imag(in)ing a post-industrial Potteries /​ Mark Jayne
Ch. 3. Capital Calcutta: coins, maps, monuments, souvenirs and tourism /​ John Hutnyk
Ch. 4. Citing difference: vagrancy, nomadism and the site of the colonial and post-colonial /​ Azzedine Haddour
Ch. 5. Denizens, citizens, tourists, and others: marginality and mobility in the writings of James Kelman and Irvine Welsh /​ Willy Maley
Ch. 6. Suburban tales: television, masculinity and textual geographies /​ David Oswell
Ch. 7. Ethical transgressions beyond the city wall /​ Christopher Stanley
Ch. 8. Dancing bodies in city settings: construction of spaces and subjects /​ Valerie Briginshaw
Ch. 9. Moving through the city /​ Tim Edensor
Ch. 10. 'Finding a place in the street': CCTV surveillance and young people's use of urban public space /​ Ian Toon
Ch. 11. Cosmopolitanism and the sexed city /​ Jon Binnie
Ch. 12. The new segregation /​ David Theo Goldberg
Ch. 13. A critique of integration as the remedy for segregation /​ Iris Marion Young
Ch. 14. Otherness and citizenship: towards a politics of the plural community /​ Anthony Gorman
Ch. 15. 'Not a straight line but a curve', or, Cities are not mirrors of modernity /​ Nigel Thrift.

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