Table of contents Foreword: The Athenian Symptom by Ola Söderström Foreword: The Nine Lives of Neoliberalism by Jamie Peck Foreword: Politics Between the Lines by AbdouMaliq Simone Introduction Globalization and the Urban Experience The Triad of Urban Politics Overview of the Book's Structure PART ONE: POLITICS AS REPRESENTATION Urban Development and the Politics of Representation Introduction: towards a political economy of representation Governing the image of the city From Fordism to post-Fordism: reinventing cities in a context of economic transition Postmodernizing the capitalist city Celebrating the global city The environmentalization of the urban experience Concluding reflections: the Eurocentrism of urban scholarship Making Culture Work: The Rise of the Creative City Introduction: urban development in a knowledge-based capitalism Creative cities: economies of diversity and discursive strategies in North America Governmentalizing the cultural city in Europe and Asia Conclusion: culture beyond representation PART TWO: POLITICS AS GOVERNMENT Urban Neoliberalism: Ascent and Crisis Introduction: the irresistible rise of neoliberalism At the origins of neoliberalism: the urban question in the 1970s The 'new urban politics' The practice of urban neoliberalism Neoliberalizing urban economic spaces The expected unforeseen: the housing bubble and the global recession Urban Geopolitics: Legitimate Violence, Terrorism and Militarization Introduction: the governmentalization of the urban experience The politics of fear From fear to communitarian self-defence The use of force as a threat: terrorism, urban marginality and the politics of pre-emption Cities at war/the war against cities Conclusions: the visible and the invisible in urban geopolitics PART THREE: POLITICS AS CONTESTATION Urban Justice: Struggles and Movements Introduction: the ethical turn in democratic politics Social justice in question: equality, recognition, domination Rights to the city Justice movements: limits and potentialities Justice, globalization and the environment Conclusion: the encounter between institutionalist and Marxist perspectives Urban Citizenship: Insurgencies and the Politics of Presence Introduction: the crisis of national citizenship The promises of urban citizenship The globalization of migration and the multiple geographies of belonging Dissidence or normalization: the quandaries of sexual citizenship Conclusion: the 'common place' of citizenship Conclusion: Beyond Post-Neoliberal Melancholia Glossary References

Urban Political Geographies. A Global Perspective

Rossi U;
2012

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Table of contents Foreword: The Athenian Symptom by Ola Söderström Foreword: The Nine Lives of Neoliberalism by Jamie Peck Foreword: Politics Between the Lines by AbdouMaliq Simone Introduction Globalization and the Urban Experience The Triad of Urban Politics Overview of the Book's Structure PART ONE: POLITICS AS REPRESENTATION Urban Development and the Politics of Representation Introduction: towards a political economy of representation Governing the image of the city From Fordism to post-Fordism: reinventing cities in a context of economic transition Postmodernizing the capitalist city Celebrating the global city The environmentalization of the urban experience Concluding reflections: the Eurocentrism of urban scholarship Making Culture Work: The Rise of the Creative City Introduction: urban development in a knowledge-based capitalism Creative cities: economies of diversity and discursive strategies in North America Governmentalizing the cultural city in Europe and Asia Conclusion: culture beyond representation PART TWO: POLITICS AS GOVERNMENT Urban Neoliberalism: Ascent and Crisis Introduction: the irresistible rise of neoliberalism At the origins of neoliberalism: the urban question in the 1970s The 'new urban politics' The practice of urban neoliberalism Neoliberalizing urban economic spaces The expected unforeseen: the housing bubble and the global recession Urban Geopolitics: Legitimate Violence, Terrorism and Militarization Introduction: the governmentalization of the urban experience The politics of fear From fear to communitarian self-defence The use of force as a threat: terrorism, urban marginality and the politics of pre-emption Cities at war/the war against cities Conclusions: the visible and the invisible in urban geopolitics PART THREE: POLITICS AS CONTESTATION Urban Justice: Struggles and Movements Introduction: the ethical turn in democratic politics Social justice in question: equality, recognition, domination Rights to the city Justice movements: limits and potentialities Justice, globalization and the environment Conclusion: the encounter between institutionalist and Marxist perspectives Urban Citizenship: Insurgencies and the Politics of Presence Introduction: the crisis of national citizenship The promises of urban citizenship The globalization of migration and the multiple geographies of belonging Dissidence or normalization: the quandaries of sexual citizenship Conclusion: the 'common place' of citizenship Conclusion: Beyond Post-Neoliberal Melancholia Glossary References
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