Series Editor: Susan E. Clarke
Globalization and Community
Cities throughout the world are struggling with large-scale economic changes and their social effects: immigration, intensified demographic inequalities, multiscalar tensions, and divisive politics revolving around race, ethnicity, gender, and, increasingly, sustainability. The Globalization and Community series offers a social science perspective on the cultural, spatial, economic, and social impacts of the processes of globalization on urban areas. Books in the series feature distinctive theoretical approaches, innovative methodologies, and insightful views on emerging questions of globalization and community.
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The Fragmented Politics of Urban Preservation Beijing, Chicago, and Paris Reveals the political underpinnings of urban preservation
Turkish Berlin Integration Policy and Urban Space A revealing account of how immigrants create, cope with, and change urban neighborhoods
Struggling Giants City-Region Governance in London, New York, Paris, and Tokyo The struggle for governability in the world’s four leading global city-regions
Does Local Government Matter? How Urban Policies Shape Civic Engagement Asks and answers hard questions about the consequences of local government programs for democracy
Justice and the American Metropolis Returning social justice to the center of urban policy debates
Mobile Urbanism Cities and Policymaking in the Global Age How knowledge and power flow between places and impact cities worldwide
Seeking Spatial Justice An innovative new way of understanding and changing the unjust geographies in which we live
Shanghai Rising State Power and Local Transformations in a Global Megacity Analyzing a Chinese city’s dazzling rise to global megacity status
A World of Gangs Armed Young Men and Gangsta Culture From L.A. to Lagos, Port-au-Prince to Paris—a provocative analysis of the global proliferation of street gangs
El Paso Local Frontiers at a Global Crossroads A grounded and instructive analysis of the ways globalization affects a border city
Remaking New York Primitive Globalization and the Politics of Urban Community Uses New York City to discuss the ways that policy has mismanaged the effects of globalization
A Political Space Reading the Global through Clayoquot Sound An innovative look at the convergence of global trends and local struggles in this out-of-the-way place.
City Requiem, Calcutta Gender and the Politics of Poverty Uses Calcutta as a site for the exploration of persistent structures of deprivation and want.
Landscapes of Urban Memory The Sacred and the Civic in India’s High-Tech City A rich analysis of religion, civic life, and global transformation in India.
Fin de Millénaire Budapest Metamorphoses of Urban Life Considers what this central European metropolis tells us about the changing nature of urban life.
Latino Metropolis A readable look at culture and politics in Los Angeles through a Latino lens.
Regions That Work How Cities and Suburbs Can Grow Together "A remarkable and timely book. . . . Must reading." William Julius Wilson
Selling the Lower East Side Culture, Real Estate, and Resistance in New York City Tracks the shifting views of the Lower East Side from ghetto to desirable urban niche.
Power and City Governance Comparative Perspectives on Urban Development Case studies of four major cities reveal the politics of governing today.
Second Tier Cities Rapid Growth beyond the Metropolis Analyzes and compares the rapid growth of medium-sized cities.
Reconstructing Chinatown Ethnic Enclave, Global Change An exploration of this fascinating community as a window on globalization.
The Work of Cities Examines the new role of cities in a global economy.
Against the Grain interview: The New Geography of Need Jan 09, 2012 U.C. Berkeley professor Margaret Weir discusses her chapter in JUSTICE AND THE AMERICAN METROPOLIS (edited by Clarissa Hayward and Todd Swanstrom).
Honorable Mention for the Paul Davidoff Prize: Edward Soja's Seeking Spatial Justice Sep 20, 2011 Seeking Spatial Justice by Edward Soja received one of three honorable mentions for the Paul Davidoff Prize. The Paul Davidoff award is presented by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) to honor the memory of a revered and respected activist academic in the field of modern city planning.