The Globalizing Cities Reader

 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 12. Oktober 2017
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  • 512 Seiten
 
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The newly revised Globalizing Cities Reader reflects how the geographies of theory have recently shifted away from the western vantage points from which much of the classic work in this field was developed.

The expanded volume continues to make available many of the original and foundational works that underpin the research field, while expanding coverage to familiarize students with new theoretical and epistemological positions as well as emerging research foci and horizons. It contains 38 new chapters, including key writings on globalizing cities from leading thinkers such as John Friedmann, Michael Peter Smith, Saskia Sassen, Peter Taylor, Manuel Castells, Anthony King, Jennifer Robinson, Ananya Roy, and Fulong Wu. The new Reader reflects the fact that world and global city studies have evolved in exciting and wide-ranging ways, and the very notion of a distinct "global" class of cities has recently been called into question. The sections examine the foundations of the field and processes of urban restructuring and global city formation. A large number of new entries focus on the emerging urban worlds of Asia, Latin America and Africa, including Beijing, Bogota, Cairo, Cape Town, Delhi, Istanbul, Medellin, Mumbai, Phnom Penh, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, and Shanghai. The book also presents cases off the conventional map of global cities research, such as smaller cities and less known urban regions that are undergoing processes of globalization.

The book is a key resource for students and scholars alike who seek an accessible compendium of the intellectual foundations of global urban studies as well as an overview of the emergent patterns of early 21st century urbanization and associated sociopolitical contestation around the world.

2. Auflage
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Follows The City Reader, 6e 9781138812918, 80 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, 62 schwarz-weiße Fotos, 18 schwarz-weiße Zeichnungen, 8 schwarz-weiße Tabellen
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Xuefei Ren is Associate Professor of Sociology and Global Urban Studies at Michigan State University.

Roger Keil is York Research Chair in Global Sub/Urban Studies in the Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, Toronto.

List of Plates

Lists of figures

List of tables

List of contributors

Editor's Introduction to Second Edition

Acknowledgements

PART 1 FOUNDATIONS

Introduction to Part One

1.0 Prologue

    The Metropolitan Explosion

    Peter Hall

    1.1 Divisions of Space and Time in Europe

    Fernand Braudel

    1.2 World City Formation: An Agenda for Research and Action

    John Friedmann and Goetz Wolff

        1.3 Locating Cities on Global Circuits

            Saskia Sassen

            1.4 Urban Specialization in the World System

            Nestor Rodriguez and Joe Feagin

                1.5 Accumulation and Comparative Urban Systems

                John Walton

                1.6 The World-System Perspective and Urbanization

                    Michael Timberlake

                        1.7 Global City Formation in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles: An Historical Perspective

                        Janet Abu-Lughod

                        1.8 Global and World Cities: A View from Off the Map

                        Jennifer Robinson

                        1.9 Space in the Globalizing City

                            Peter Marcuse

                            PART 2 PATHWAYS

                            Introduction to Part Two

                            2.0 Prologue

                            Istanbul was our past, Istanbul is our future

                            Hamid Dabashi

                            2.1 The City as a Landscape of Power: London and New York as Global Financial Capitals

                            Sharon Zukin

                            2.2 Detroit and Houston: Two Cities in Global Perspective

                            Richard C. Hill and Joe Feagin

                            2.3 The Stimulus of a Little Confusion: A Contemporary Comparison of Amsterdam and Los Angeles

                            Edward Soja

                            2.4 Global City Zurich: Paradigms of Urban Development

                            Christian Schmid

                            2.5 From 'State-Owned' to 'City Inc.': The Re-territorialization of the State in Shanghai

                            Fulong Wu

                            2.6 The Dream of Delhi as a Global City

                            Veronica Dupont

                            2.7 'Fourth World' Cities in the Global Economy: The Case of Phnom Penh

                            Gavin Shatkin

                            2.8 Medellín and Bogotá: The Global Cities of the Other Globalization

                            Eduardo Mendieta

                            PART 3 RELATIONS

                            Introduction to Part Three

                            3.0 Prologue

                            Specification of the World City Network

                            Peter Taylor

                            3.1 Local and Global: Cities in Network Society

                            Manuel Castells

                            3.2 Comparing London and Frankfurt as World Cities: A Relational Study of Contemporary Urban Change

                            Jonathan V. Beaverstock, Michael Hoyler, Kathryn Pain, and Peter J. Taylor

                            3.3 Global Grids of Glass: On Global Cities, Telecommunication and Planetary Urban Networks

                            Stephen Graham

                                3.4 Global Cities and the Spread of Infectious Disease: The Case of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in Toronto, Canada

                                S. Harris Ali and Roger Keil

                                3.5 Flying High (in the Competitive Sky): Conceptualizing the Role of Airports in Global City-Regions through 'Aero-Regionalism'

                                Jean-Paul Addie

                                3.6 One Package at a Time: The Distributive World City

                                Cynthia Negrey, Jeffery L. Osgood, and Frank Goetzke

                                3.7 Global Cities between Biopolitics and Necropolitics: (In)Security and Circuits of Knowledge in the Global City Network

                                David Murakami-Wood

                                3.8 The Virtual Palimpsest of the Global City Network

                                Mark Graham

                                3.9 Relationality/territoriality: Toward conceptualization of cities in the world

                                    Eugene McCann and Kevin Ward

                                    PART 4 REGULATIONS

                                    Introduction to Part Four

                                    4.0 Prologue

                                    The Global City as World Order

                                    Warren Magnusson

                                    4.1 Globalization and the Rise of City-regions

                                    Allen J. Scott

                                    4.2 Global Cities, 'Global States': Global City Formation and State Territorial Restructuring in Contemporary Europe

                                    Neil Brenner

                                    4.3 Global Cities and Developmental States: Tokyo and Seoul

                                    Richard Child Hill and June Woo Kim

                                    4.4 World City Formation on the Asia Pacific Rim: Poverty, "Everyday" Forms of Civil Society and Environmental Management

                                    Mike Douglass

                                    4.5 New Globalism, New Urbanism: Gentrification as Global Urban Strategy

                                    Neil Smith

                                    4.6 Between World History and State Formation: New Perspectives on Africa's Cities

                                    Laurent Fourchard

                                    4.7 The 'Right to the City': Institutional Imperatives of a Developmental State

                                    Susan Parnell and Edgar Pieterse

                                    4.8 Global Cities' vs. 'global cities:' Rethinking Contemporary Urbanism as Public Ecology

                                    Timothy W. Luke

                                    PART 5 CONTESTATIONS

                                    Introduction to Part Five

                                    5.0 Prologue

                                    From Tahrir Square to Emaar Square: Cairo's private road to a private city

                                    Mohamed Elshahed

                                    5.1 Local Actors in Global Politics

                                    Saskia Sassen

                                    5.2 The Right to the City

                                    David Harvey

                                    5.3 Urban Social Movements in an Era of Globalization

                                    Margit Mayer

                                    5.4 São Paulo: The City and its Protest

                                    Teresa Caldeira

                                    5.5 Global City Building in China and its Discontents

                                    Xuefei Ren

                                    5.6 Between Ghetto and Globe: Remaking Urban Life in Africa

                                    AbdouMaliq Simone

                                    5.7 World Cities and Union Renewal

                                    Steven Tufts

                                    5.8 Blockupy Fights Back: Global City Formation in Frankfurt am Main after the Financial Crisis

                                    Sebastian Schipper, Lucas Pohl, Tino Petzold, Daniel Mullis, and Bernd Belina

                                    PART 6 CULTURE

                                    Introduction to Part Six

                                    6.0 Prologue: High Culture and Hard Labor

                                    Andrew Ross

                                    6.1 World Cities: Global? Postcolonial? Postimperial? Or Just the Result of Happenstance? Some Cultural Comments

                                    Anthony King

                                    6.2 "Global Media Cities": Major Nodes of Globalising Culture and Media Industries

                                    Stefan Kratke

                                    6.3 Willing the Global City: Berlin's Cultural Strategies of Inter-Urban

                                    Competition after 1989

                                    Ute Lehrer

                                    6.4 The Transnational Capitalist Class and Contemporary Architecture in Globalizing Cities

                                    Leslie Sklair

                                    6.5 Shanghai Nightscapes and Ethnosexual Contact Zones

                                    James Farrer and Andrew Field

                                    6.6 Graffiti or Street Art? Negotiating the Moral Geographies of the Creative City

                                    Cameron McAuliffe

                                    6.7 Spaces and Networks of Musical Creativity in the city

                                    Allan Watson, Michael Hoyler and Christoph Mager

                                    6.8 Provincializing the Global City: From Bombay to Mumbai

                                    Rashimi Varma

                                    PART 7 FRONTIERS

                                    Introduction to Part Seven

                                    7.0 Prologue

                                    World City

                                    Doreen Massey

                                    7.1 The Global Cities Discourse: A Return to the Master Narrative?

                                    Michael Peter Smith

                                    7.2 External Urban Relational Processes: Introducing Central Flow Theory to Complement Central Place Theory

                                    Peter J. Taylor, Michael Hoyler and Raf Verbruggen

                                        7.3 Beyond the Global City Concept and the Myth of 'Command and Control'

                                        Richard G. Smith

                                        7.4 World Cities under Conditions of Financialized Globalization: Towards an Augmented World City Hypothesis

                                        David Bassens and Michiel van Meeteren

                                        7.5 Can the Straw Man Speak? An Engagement with Postcolonial Critiques of 'Global Cities Research'

                                            Michiel van Meeteren, Ben Derudder, and David Bassens

                                                7.6 Global Suburbanization

                                                Roger Keil

                                                7.7 What is Urban about Critical Urban Theory?

                                                Ananya Roy

                                                7.8 Planetary Urbanization

                                                Neil Brenner and Christian Schmid

                                                7.9 New Geographies of Theorizing the Urban: Putting Comparison to Work for Global Urban Studies

                                                    Jennifer Robinson

                                                    7.10 Governing the Informal in Globalizing Cities: Comparing China, India, and Brazil

                                                    Xuefei Ren

                                                    7.11 The Urban Revolution

                                                    Henri Lefebvre

                                                    Index

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