A collection of the latest work on the city, presenting contemporary theories, methods and perspectives in an accessible format for upper-level undergraduates and postgraduates in geography, cultural studies and sociology.
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Acknowledgements. Notes on Contributors 1. What We Talk About When We Talk About the City 2. Imag(in)ing a Post-Industrial Potteries 3. Capital Calcutta: Coins, Maps, Monuments, Souvenirs, and Tourism 4. Citing Difference; Vagrancy, Nomadism, and the Site of the Colonial and Post-colonial 5. Denizens, Citizens, Tourists, and Others; Marginality and Mobility in the Writings of James Kelman and Irvine Welsh. 6. Suburban Tales: Television, Masculinity and Textual Geographies 7. Ethical Transgressions Beyond the City Wall 8. Dancing Bodies in City Settings: Construction of Spaces and Subjects 9. Moving Through the City 10. Finding a Place in the Street: CCTV, Surveillance and Young People's Use of Urban Public Space 11. Cosmopolitan and the Sexed City 12. The New Segregation 13. A Critique of Integration as the Remedy for Segregation 14. Otherness and Citizenship: Towards a Politics of the Plurals Community 15. 'Not a Straight Line but a Curve', or Cities are not Mirrors of Modernity.