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Contestation and the local trajectories of neoliberal urban governance in Chicago’s Bronzeville and Pilsen
Neoliberal urban governances are now widely recognised as contingently manifest and constantly evolving social and institutional formations. Yet, there remains comparatively little empirical work onExpand
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Changing Realities: The New Racialized Redevelopment Rhetoric in Chicago
The mania of "go-global" redevelopment is in full bloom in American cities. Under the banner of pursuing global competitiveness, redevelopment governances continue to push the creation ofExpand
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From “cartoneros” to “recolectores urbanos”. The changing rhetoric and urban waste management policies in neoliberal Buenos Aires
Abstract This study contributes to the existent literature on neoliberal urban governance examining the process-based character of this formation. I maintain that neoliberal governance is a fluid andExpand
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“Non-White” Gentrification in Chicago’s Bronzeville and Pilsen
Urban redevelopment governances are commonly treated as singular, monolithic entities that are interactively homogeneous, deploying uniform ensembles of policies and practices across their respectiveExpand
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The Hidden Hand of Domestic Labor: Domestic Employers' Work Practices in Chicago, USA
An emergent body of scholarly work exists regarding the manifold dimensions of domestic work, scholarship which draws from various standpoints and discipline traditions. Much existing literatureExpand
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Who’s got your back? Domestic Workers in Chicago
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A Brief Tale of Two Neoliberal Governances: The Evolving Redevelopment Rhetoric of Buenos Aires and Chicago
The neoliberal project applied to cities, suburbs and towns deepens across the globe as inequalities and discord grow. Cities are seemingly the epicenter: Cleveland, Chicago, Buenos Aires, London,Expand
Introduction:: Chicago: Neoliberal City
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