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The Resource The city is the factory : new solidarities and spatial strategies in an urban age, edited by Miriam Greenberg and Penny Lewis, (electronic resource)

The city is the factory : new solidarities and spatial strategies in an urban age, edited by Miriam Greenberg and Penny Lewis, (electronic resource)

Label
The city is the factory : new solidarities and spatial strategies in an urban age
Title
The city is the factory
Title remainder
new solidarities and spatial strategies in an urban age
Statement of responsibility
edited by Miriam Greenberg and Penny Lewis
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NIC/DLC
Dewey number
331.880973
LC call number
HD8072.5
LC item number
.C525 2017
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1970-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Greenberg, Miriam
  • Lewis, Penny
  • Dunn, Kathleen
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  • Labor movement
  • Urban poor
  • Working class
  • Land use, Urban
Label
The city is the factory : new solidarities and spatial strategies in an urban age, edited by Miriam Greenberg and Penny Lewis, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The street labor movement / Kathleen Dunn -- Day labor agencies and the logic and landscape of neoliberal poverty management / Gretchen Purser -- Economic development for whom? : retail, neoliberal urbanism, and the "Fight for 15" / Stephanie Luce and Penny Lewis -- Context, coalitions, and organizing : immigrant labor rights advocacy in San Francisco and Houston / Els de Graauw and Shannon Gleeson -- A bridge too far : industrial gentrification and the dynamics of sacrifice in New York City / Melissa Checker -- Radical ruptures : crisis organizing and the spatial politics of uneven redevelopment / Miriam Greenberg -- The other low-carbon protagonists : poor people's movements and climate politics in a global city / Daniel Aldana Cohen -- The space of speech / Lize Mogel -- Spatial politics and urban borders : a study of Buenos Aires / Alejandro Grimson -- From workers in the city to workers cities? / Andrew Herod
  • The street labor movement / Kathleen Dunn -- Day labor agencies and the logic and landscape of neoliberal poverty management / Gretchen Purser -- Economic development for whom? : retail, neoliberal urbanism, and the "Fight for 15" / Stephanie Luce and Penny Lewis -- Context, coalitions, and organizing : immigrant labor rights advocacy in San Francisco and Houston / Els de Graauw and Shannon Gleeson -- A bridge too far : industrial gentrification and the dynamics of sacrifice in New York City / Melissa Checker -- Radical ruptures : crisis organizing and the spatial politics of uneven redevelopment / Miriam Greenberg -- The other low-carbon protagonists : poor people's movements and climate politics in a global city / Daniel Aldana Cohen -- The space of speech / Lize Mogel -- Spatial politics and urban borders : a study of Buenos Aires / Alejandro Grimson -- From workers in the city to workers cities? / Andrew Herod
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001813621
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781501705540
Lccn
2016047439
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001813621
Label
The city is the factory : new solidarities and spatial strategies in an urban age, edited by Miriam Greenberg and Penny Lewis, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The street labor movement / Kathleen Dunn -- Day labor agencies and the logic and landscape of neoliberal poverty management / Gretchen Purser -- Economic development for whom? : retail, neoliberal urbanism, and the "Fight for 15" / Stephanie Luce and Penny Lewis -- Context, coalitions, and organizing : immigrant labor rights advocacy in San Francisco and Houston / Els de Graauw and Shannon Gleeson -- A bridge too far : industrial gentrification and the dynamics of sacrifice in New York City / Melissa Checker -- Radical ruptures : crisis organizing and the spatial politics of uneven redevelopment / Miriam Greenberg -- The other low-carbon protagonists : poor people's movements and climate politics in a global city / Daniel Aldana Cohen -- The space of speech / Lize Mogel -- Spatial politics and urban borders : a study of Buenos Aires / Alejandro Grimson -- From workers in the city to workers cities? / Andrew Herod
  • The street labor movement / Kathleen Dunn -- Day labor agencies and the logic and landscape of neoliberal poverty management / Gretchen Purser -- Economic development for whom? : retail, neoliberal urbanism, and the "Fight for 15" / Stephanie Luce and Penny Lewis -- Context, coalitions, and organizing : immigrant labor rights advocacy in San Francisco and Houston / Els de Graauw and Shannon Gleeson -- A bridge too far : industrial gentrification and the dynamics of sacrifice in New York City / Melissa Checker -- Radical ruptures : crisis organizing and the spatial politics of uneven redevelopment / Miriam Greenberg -- The other low-carbon protagonists : poor people's movements and climate politics in a global city / Daniel Aldana Cohen -- The space of speech / Lize Mogel -- Spatial politics and urban borders : a study of Buenos Aires / Alejandro Grimson -- From workers in the city to workers cities? / Andrew Herod
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001813621
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781501705540
Lccn
2016047439
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001813621

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