City of Quarters: Urban Villages in the Contemporary City

City of Quarters: Urban Villages in the Contemporary City

by Mark Jayne, David Bell

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ISBN-13: 9781351951289
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 03/02/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 304
File size: 6 MB

About the Author

Professor David Bell is Head of Media, Journalism and Cultural Studies, Staffordshire University, UK and Dr Mark Jayne, Lecturer, School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester, UK

Table of Contents

Contents: Conceptualizing the City of Quarters, David Bell and Mark Jayne. Part I: Urban Regeneration: Pyrmont-Ultimo: the newest chic quarter of Sydney, Gordon Waitt; Drawn and quartered: El Raval and the Haussmannization of Barcelona, Malcolm Miles; Fables of the reconstruction (of the fables ...): Lower Manhattan after 9/11, James DeFilippis. Part II: Production and Consumption: Cultural industry quarters - from pre-industrial to post-industrial production, Graeme Evans; Supporting the cultural quarter? The role of the creative intermediary, Tom Fleming; Popular music, urban regeneration and cultural quarters: the case of the rope walks, Liverpool, Abigail Gilmore; Quarterizing the city: the spatial politics of the Joyce industry in Dublin, Stephanie Rains. Part III: Identities, Lifestyles and Forms of Sociability: Nottingham's de facto cultural quarter: the lace market, independents and a convivial ecology, Jim Shorthose; Quartering sexualities: gay villages and sexual citizenship, Jon Binnie; Finding Chinatown: ethnocentrism and urban planning, Wun Chan. Part IV: Rethinking Neighbourhoods/Rethinking Quarters: Rethinking neighbourhoods: from urban villages to cultural hubs, Chris Murray; Red lights and safety zones, Maggie O'Neill, Rosie Campbell, Anne James, Mark Webster, Kate Green, Jay Patel, Nasreen Akhtar and Waheed Saleem; Re-discovering Coketown, Phil Denning; The culture of neighbourhoods: a European perspective, Franco Bianchini and Lia Ghilardi; Afterword: thinking in quarters, David Bell and Mark Jayne; Bibliography; Index.

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