Searching for the just city : debates in urban theory and practice / edited by Peter Marcuse ... [et al.].  (Text) (Text)

Marcuse, Peter
Call no.: HT166 .S375 2011Series: Questioning cities series: Publication: London : Routledge, 2011Description: xix, 264 p. : illNotes: Reprint. Originally published: 2009. ISBN: 9780415687614; 0415687616Subject(s): City planning -- Moral and ethical aspectsUrban policy -- Moral and ethical aspectsSocial justiceCities and towns -- PhilosophySociology, Urban -- PhilosophySocial justice -- PhilosophyLOC classification: HT166 | .S375 2011
Contents:Introduction : finding justice in the city / James Connolly and Justin Steil -- Why justice? : theoretical foundations of the just city debate -- Planning and the just city / Susan S. Fainstein -- The right to the just city / David Harvey with Cuz Potter -- Discursive planning : social justice as discourse / Frank Fischer -- Justice and the spatial imagination / Mustafa Dikeç -- What are the limits of the just city? : expanding the debate -- From justice planning to commons planning / Peter Marcuse -- As "just" as it gets? : the European city in the "just city" discourse / Johannes Novy and Margit Mayer -- Urban justice and recognition : affirmation and hostility in Beer Sheva / Oren Yiftachel, Ravit Goldhaber, and Roy Nuriel -- On globalization, competition and economic justice in cities / James DeFilippis -- How do we realize just cities? : from debate to action -- Keeping counterpublics alive in planning / Laura Wolf-Powers -- Can the just city be built from below? : brownfields, planning, and power in the South Bronx / Justin Steil and James Connolly -- Fighting for just cities in capitalism's periphery / Erminia Maricato -- Race in New Orleans since Katrina / J. Phillip Thompson -- Conclusion : just city on the horizon : summing up, moving forward / Cuz Potter and Johannes Novy -- Postscript : beyond the just city to the right to the city / Peter Marcuse.
Summary: If today's cities are full of injustices, what would a 'just city' look like? The contributors to this volume define the concept of the 'just city' and then examine it from many angles, supporting and developing the concept or questioning it and suggesting alternatives.
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Reprint. Originally published: 2009.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction : finding justice in the city / James Connolly and Justin Steil -- Why justice? : theoretical foundations of the just city debate -- Planning and the just city / Susan S. Fainstein -- The right to the just city / David Harvey with Cuz Potter -- Discursive planning : social justice as discourse / Frank Fischer -- Justice and the spatial imagination / Mustafa Dikeç -- What are the limits of the just city? : expanding the debate -- From justice planning to commons planning / Peter Marcuse -- As "just" as it gets? : the European city in the "just city" discourse / Johannes Novy and Margit Mayer -- Urban justice and recognition : affirmation and hostility in Beer Sheva / Oren Yiftachel, Ravit Goldhaber, and Roy Nuriel -- On globalization, competition and economic justice in cities / James DeFilippis -- How do we realize just cities? : from debate to action -- Keeping counterpublics alive in planning / Laura Wolf-Powers -- Can the just city be built from below? : brownfields, planning, and power in the South Bronx / Justin Steil and James Connolly -- Fighting for just cities in capitalism's periphery / Erminia Maricato -- Race in New Orleans since Katrina / J. Phillip Thompson -- Conclusion : just city on the horizon : summing up, moving forward / Cuz Potter and Johannes Novy -- Postscript : beyond the just city to the right to the city / Peter Marcuse.

If today's cities are full of injustices, what would a 'just city' look like? The contributors to this volume define the concept of the 'just city' and then examine it from many angles, supporting and developing the concept or questioning it and suggesting alternatives.

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