RE-ENVISIONING THE CITY: LEFEBVRE, HOPE VI, AND THE NEOLIBERALIZATION OF URBAN SPACE

@inproceedings{Jones2010REENVISIONINGTC,
  title={RE-ENVISIONING THE CITY: LEFEBVRE, HOPE VI, AND THE NEOLIBERALIZATION OF URBAN SPACE},
  author={Katherine Jones and Jeff Popke},
  year={2010}
}
This study draws upon the urban theory of Henri Lefebvre to examine HOPE VI, a public housing demolition and redevelopment program administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Hailed as a new approach to urban policy, the HOPE VI program embodies many of the key tenets of neoliberal urbanization, including an emphasis on entrepreneurial forms of urban regeneration and a focus on individual responsibility. To provide a lens for understanding this neoliberalization of… CONTINUE READING

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