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Title Gentrification as a global strategy : Neil Smith and beyond / edited by Abel Albet and Nuria Benach.

Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2017.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource
Series Routledge critical studies in urbanism and the city
Contents part PART I Neil Smith: a tribute -- chapter 1 Neil Smith and gentrication A BEL A LBET ANDNÚ RI A BENACH -- chapter 2 A political-geographic project against capitalism: an essay on the work of Neil Smith LUZ M A RI NA GA RCÍ A HERRER AAND -- chapter 3 The apocryphal diary of Neil Smith / FERNA N DO SA BATÉ BEL -- part PART II On gentrication and the rent gap theory -- chapter 4 The state of gentrication has always been extra-economic H A MISH K A LLI N -- chapter 5 Gentrication: disaster, necessity, opportunity? Notes for a critical use of the concept FR A NCESCO I N DOV I NA AN D ORIOL N EL·LO -- chapter 6 Toward a theory of gentrination: global capital ows and the reshaping of the global semi-periphery. The cases of Greece and Brazil A N TON IS VRA DIS -- chapter 7 Making rent gap theory not true / ERIC CLA RK -- chapter 8 Rent gap theory is a political resource ERN ESTO LÓPEZ -MOR A LES -- part PART III Dispossession and class struggle -- chapter 9 From Boise to Budapest: capital circulation, compound capitalist destruction and the persistence of homelessness / DON MITCHELL -- chapter 10 Revanchism, ignorance and class struggle in austerity Britain / TOM SLATER -- chapter 11 The class gap in gentrication: a political reading of the rent gap hypothesis M A RC MORELL -- chapter 12 The new urban frontier of everyday evictions: contemporary state practices of revanchism V ICK IE COOPER ANDK IRSTEEN PATON -- chapter 13 Capturing urban rent through evictions: home dispossessions in the historic centre of Palma (Majorca) SÒN IAVIV ES -MIRÓ AND ONOFRE RU LLA N -- part PART IV Policies and strategies -- chapter 14 Financialised rent gaps and the public interest in Berlin's housing crisis: reections on N. Smith's 'generalised gentrication' LAU R A CA LBET I ELI AS -- chapter 15 Beyond the 'revanchist city': when public policies softly support gentrication in the name of social mix. The case of Inner Paris ANNE CLERVA L -- chapter 16 Urban regeneration, rent and labour: insights from Barcelona's 'knowledge district' GREIG CH A RNOCK, HUG M A RCH, THOM AS PU RCELL, AND -- chapter 17 A disappearing world: the ever-expanding 'frontier of gentrication' through the eyes of Porto's historic centre long-time residents / JOÃO QU EIRÓS -- chapter 18 Architecture of violence: 'anti-beggar architecture' as the 'eureka' of urban regeneration SON IAMA RI A TA DDEI FERR A Z, LU IS GUSTAVO ROSA DAS -- part PART V Activism and resistance -- chapter 19 The urban frontier: gentrication as ideology and class politics in the remaking of marginal urban space CAT H A RI NA THÖRN ANDK ATA RI NA DESPOTOV IC -- chapter 20 Alternative geographies for social action in Medellín / ERY KAY. TORREJÓN CA R DONA -- chapter 21 Alternative narratives from an invisible city: gentrication, counter-proposals and women activism M A RÍ A DEL SOCORRO PÉREZ RI NCÓN FERNÁ N DEZ -- chapter 22 The onslaught against the Greek squatting movement and the value that it produced M Y RTO DAGKOU LI-KY RI A KOGLOU -- chapter 23 Revanchism and the racial state: Ferguson as 'internal colony' DEBOR A H COW EN ANDN EMOY LEW IS -- part PART VI Neil Smith and beyond -- chapter 24 Gentrication and the urban struggle: Neil Smith and beyond N Ú RI A BENACH AN D A BEL A LBET.
Other author Albet, Abel, editor.
Benach, Nuria, editor.
Subject Smith, Neil, 1954-2012.
Urban renewal.
ISBN 9781315307510 (e-book : PDF)
9781315307480 (e-book: Mobi)
9781138234253 (hardback)
Standard Number 10.4324/9781315307510