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The Routledge Handbook of Henri Lefebvre, The City and Urban Society
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PART 1

1. Lefebvre's Transduction in a Neoliberal Epoch.

Michael E Leary-Ohwin

2. Lefebvre in Palestine: Anti-colonial Re-colonisation and the Right to the City

Oded Haas

3. The Urban Revolution(s) in Latin America: reinventing utopia

Chris Hesketh

4. Contesting Spaces of an Urban Renewal Project: a study of Kumartuli's artist colony

Rishika Mukhopadhyay

5. Lefebvre and Contemporary Urbanism: the enduring influence and critical power of his writing on cities

Pierre Filion

6. Neo-Liberalism, Extraction and Displacement: abstract space and urbanism in India's tribal belt

Michael Spacek

7. Constructed Otherness: remaking space in American suburbia

Gregory Marinic

8. Prohibited places: The pericentral self-produced neighbourhoods of Maputo in the neoliberal context Silvia Jorge PART 2 9. Still Burning: the politics of language in the South Bronx Oscar Oliver-Didier 10. Spaces of Resistance in Luanda: 'How do (small) gains become prisons?' An analysis from a Lefebvrian perspective Silvia Leiria Viegas 11. Reading and Applying Lefebvre as an Urban Social Anthropologist Siew Peng-Lee and Ho Hon Leung 12. Toward a Contemporary Concrete Abstract Steve Hanson and Mark Rainey 13. Russian Dolls: trialectics in motion and spatial analysis Miguel Torres Garcia 14. Counter-Spaces, No-Mans' Lands and Mainstream Public Space: representational spaces in homeless activism in Japan Carl Cassegard 15. Henri Lefebvre's Rhythmanalysis as a Form of Urban Poetics Claire Revol 16. Space in Representation: dislocation of meaning from the Gezi Park protests to the new Turkish presidential compound Bulent Batuman PART 3 17. Lefebvre and the Law: social justice, the spatial imaginary and new technologies Julia J. A. Shaw 18. Interpreting the Spatial Triad: a new analytical model between form and flux, space and time Gunter Heinickel and Hans-Peter Meier Dallach 19. Movement Without Words: an intersection of Lefebvre and the urban practice of skateboarding Iain Borden 20. Visual Production of Urban Space: Lefebvre, the city and cinema Nick Jones 21. Dominated and Appropriated Knowledge Workspaces: a tale of two cities Ian Ellison 22. Dwelling on Design: the influence of Logos and Eros, Nouns and Verbs, on public housing renewal and cooperative alternatives Matthew Thompson 23. The Consequential Geographies of the Immigrant Neighbourhoods of Quinta do Mocho in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area Margarida Queiros, Anna Ludovici and Jorge Malheiros 24. Contested Cultural Heritage Space in Urban Renewal: the case of dense urban city in Hong Kong Esther H. K. Yung and Ho Hon Leung PART 4 25. Urban Agriculture: Food as Production of Space Michael Granzow and Rob Shields 26. Ecologizing Lefebvre: Urban Mobilities and the Production of Nature Nicholas A Scott 27. Lefebvre and Atmospheric Production: An Architectronics of Air Derek R Ford 28. Transforming Nature through Cyclical Appropriation Or Linear Dominance?: Lefebvre's Contributions to Thinking about the Interaction between Human Activity and Nature Daniel Paiva 29. Drivers of Global Urbanization: Exploring the emerging Urban Society Panu Lehtovuori, Jani Tartia and Damiano Cerrone 30. The Aesthetics of Spatial Justice under Planetary Urbanisation Saara Liinamaa 31. Mapping Lefebvre's Theory on the Production of Space to an Integrated Approach for Sustainable Urbanism Florian Wiedmann and Ashraf M Salama 32. Land Use Planning, Global Changes and Local Responsibilities Luca P Marescotti PART 5 33. Right to the City or to the Planet? Why Henri Lefebvre's Vision is Useful and too Narrow at the same time Marcelo Lopes de Souza 34. 'In a group you feel OK, but outside there you are ready to die': The Role of a Support Group in Disabled Refugees' Struggles for their 'Right To The City' In Kampala, Uganda Eveliina Lyytinen 35. 'Right to the City' Versus Neoliberal Urbanism in globalizing cities in China Ran Liu and Tai-Chee Wong 36. Urban Creativity through Displacement and Spatial Disruption Sana Murrani 37. The 'Newcomers' Right to the City: Producing Common Spaces in Athens and Thessaloniki Charalampos Tsavdarolgou 38. The Right to the City: Evaluating the Changing Role of Community Participation in Urban Planning in England Nick Bailey 39. Lefebvre and the Inequity of Obesity: Slim Chance of Food Justice for the Urban Poor Hillary J Shaw 40. The Urban and the Written in Lefebvre's Urban Texts Rebio Diaz Cardona PART 6 41. Exploring the Contours of the Right to the City: Abstraction, Appropriation and Utopia Chris Butler 42. Informal Settlements and Shanty Towns as Differential Space Marie Huchzermeyer 43. From Mourenx to Spaces of Difference Michael E Leary-Owhin 44. Right to the City and Urban Resistances in Turkey: A Comparative Perspective Gulcin Erdi 45. Dystopian Utopia? Utopian Dystopia? A Tale of Two Struggles for the Right to the City Mee Kam Ng 46 'Something More, Something Better, Something Else, is needed': A renewed 'Fete' on London's South Bank Alasdair J H Jones 47 The Right to the City: Centre or Periphery? Nathaniel Coleman Conclusions

About the Author

Michael E. Leary-Owhin has an international reputation in the fields of urban planning and regeneration. He has over 30 years' experience in the field and has practiced in the public and private sectors, recently giving expert witness evidence at a major urban regeneration public inquiry in the UK. John P. McCarthy is Associate Professor in Urban Studies in The Urban Institute, School of Energy, Geoscience, Infrastructure and Society at Heriot-Watt University. He worked as a planning practitioner in the public sector in London in the 1980s, and has worked in academia at the University of Dundee and Heriot-Watt University.

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