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Spatial Politics: Essays for Doreen Massey

ISBN/ASIN: 9781444338317,9781118278857 | 2013 | English | pdf | 316/316 pages | 1.87 Mb
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

This critical engagement with Doreen Massey’s ground-breaking work in geographic theory and its relationship to politics features specially commissioned essays from former students and colleagues, as well as the artists, political figures and activists whose thinking she has helped to shape. It seeks to mark and take forward her compelling contributions to geographical theorizing and political debate.
High profile contributors include Lawrence Grossberg, Chantal Mouffe, Jamie Peck and Jane WillsThe global reach and significance of Massey’s work recommends this volume to a diverse readershipProvides an agenda for work on spatial politics and critical geographySets out the contours of a human geography informed by Doreen Massey’s workContent:
Chapter none Introduction (pages 1–18): David Featherstone and Joe Painter
Chapter One Space, Hegemony and Radical Critique (pages 19–31): Chantal Mouffe
Chapter Two Theorising Context (pages 32–43): Lawrence Grossberg
Chapter Three Power?Geometry as Philosophy of Space (pages 44–55): Arun Saldanha
Chapter Four Spatial Relations and Human Relations (pages 56–69): Michael Rustin
Chapter Five Space, Democracy and Difference (pages 70–83): David Slater
Chapter Six Spatial Divisions and Regional Assemblages (pages 85–98): Allan Cochrane
Chapter Seven Making Space for Labour (pages 99–114): Jamie Peck
Chapter Eight The Political Challenge of Relational Territory (pages 115–132): Elena dell'Agnese
Chapter Nine Place and Politics (pages 133–145): Jane Wills
Chapter Ten A Global Sense of Place and Multi?territoriality (pages 146–157): Rogerio Haesbaert
Chapter Eleven A Massey Muse (pages 158–177): Wendy Harcourt, Alice Brooke Wilson, Arturo Escobar and Dianne Rocheleau
Chapter Twelve A Physical Sense of World (pages 178–188): Steve Hinchliffe
Chapter Thirteen Working with Doreen Downunder (pages 189–203): Sophie Bond and Sara Kindon
Chapter Fourteen Doreen Massey (pages 204–212): Ash Amin and Nigel Thrift
Chapter Fifteen Place, Space and Solidarity in Global Justice Networks (pages 213–223): Andrew Cumbers and Paul Routledge
Chapter Sixteen The Socialist Transformation of Venezuela (pages 224–234): Ricardo Menendez
Chapter Seventeen Place Beyond Place and the Politics of ‘Empowerment‘ (pages 235–252): Hilary Wainwright
Chapter Eighteen ‘Stories So Far’ (pages 253–266): David Featherstone, Sophie Bond and Joe Painter

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