Imagining Cities: Scripts, Signs, Memory

By Sallie Westwood; John Williams | Go to book overview

CONTENTS
Figuresvii
List of contributorsviii
Acknowledgementsx
IMAGINING CITIES
Sallie Westwood and
John Williams1
Part I Theorising cities
1 SIX DISCOURSES ON THE POSTMETROPOLIS
Edward W. Soja19
2 IMAGINING THE REAL-TIME CITY: TELECOMMUNICATIONS, URBAN PARADIGMS AND THE FUTURE OF CITIES
Stephen Graham31
3 CHAOTIC PLACES OR COMPLEX PLACES? CITIES IN A POST-INDUSTRIAL ERA
David Byrne50
Part II Racial/spatial imaginaries
4 OUT OF THE MELTING POT INTO THE FIRE NEXT TIME: IMAGINING THE EAST END AS CITY, BODY, TEXT
Phil Cohen73
5 WHITE GOVERNMENTALITY: URBANISM, NATIONALISM, RACISM
Barnor Hesse86
6 MIGRANT SPACES AND SETTLERS’ TIME: FORMING AND DE-FORMING AN INNER CITY
Max Farrar104

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures vii
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Imagining Cities 1
  • Part I 17
  • 1 - Six Discourses on the Postmetropolis 19
  • Notes 30
  • 2 - Imagining the Real-Time City 31
  • 3 - Chaotic Places or Complex Places? 50
  • Part II 71
  • 4 - Out of the Melting Pot into the Fire Next Time 73
  • 5 - White Governmentality 86
  • 6 - Migrant Spaces and Settlers' Time 104
  • Part III 125
  • 7 - Looking Backward 127
  • 8 - Authenticity and Suburbia 140
  • 9 - Proper Little Mesters 152
  • Part IV 179
  • 10 - This, Here, Now 181
  • 11 - (re)placing the City 202
  • 12 - Anglicising the American Dream 219
  • Part V 233
  • 13 - Cyberpunk as Social Theory 235
  • 14 - Cities, Subjectivity and Cyberspace 249
  • Bibliography 261
  • Index 279
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