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Urban Studies Inside-Out

Urban Studies Inside-Out
Theory, Method, Practice

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December 2019 | 320 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
PART 1 Orientations
Chapter 1 Urban studies unbound: new spaces of theory
Chapter 2 Doing urban studies: navigating the methodological terrain
Chapter 3 Urban studies inside-out: a guide for readers and researchers
PART 2 Essays
Chapter 4 Constructing a feminist urban political economy: on Lesley Kern’s Sex and the revitalized city
Chapter 5 Dreaming and scheming the world class city: on Asher Ghertner’s Rule by Aesthetics
Chapter 6 Fluid assemblages: on Lisa Bjorkman’s Pipe politics
Chapter 7 Reading through and beyond the postpolitical terrain: on Mustafa Dikeç’s Badlands of the Republic
Chapter 8 Frustrated encounters: on Ahmed Kanna’s Dubai
Chapter 9 Rescaling the urban: on Neil Brenner’s New state spaces
Chapter 10 Ethnography in the boundary zones: on Rob Fairbanks’ How it works
Chapter 11 Everyday life at the edges of the state: on Salwa Ismail’s Political life in Cairo’s new quarters
Chapter 12 Ethnographic exchanges: on Philippe Bourgois’ In search of respect
Chapter 13 Grounding the housing question in land: on Anna Haila’s Urban land rent
Chapter 14 Mapping urban governance: on Youtien Hsing’s Great urban transformation
Chapter 15 Claiming rights to the city: on James Holston’s Insurgent citizenship
Chapter 16 Visualizing liquid cities: on Matthew Gandy’s Fabric of space
Chapter 17 Writing the heterogeneous city: on AbdouMaliq Simone’s City life from Jakarta to Dakar
Chapter 18 Landscapes of ordinary globalization: on Ola Söderström’s Cities in relations
PART 3 Keywords

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