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008    980429s1999    ncua     b    001 0 eng   
010    98022396 
020    0822322544|q(hardback) 
020    9780822322542|q(hardback) 
020    0822322749|q(paperback) 
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035    (OCoLC)39093606 
040    DLC|beng|erda|cDLC|dAS|dEAS 
050 00 HT119|b.C28 1999 
082 00 307.76|221 
245 00 Cities and citizenship /|cJames Holston, editor 
260    Durham [N.C.] :|bDuke University Press,|c1999 
300    viii, 260 pages :|billustrations ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
500    "A public culture book"--Page opposite title page 
500    "The text of this book was originally published without 
       the preface, index, and essays by Thomas Bender and James 
       Holston as Public culture, v. 8, no. 2 (winter 1996)"--
       Title page verso 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Introduction: cities and citizenship / James Holston and 
       Arjun Appadurai --|tIntellectuals, cities, and citizenship
       in the United States: the 1800s and 1990s /|rThomas Bender
       --|tUrban youth and Senegalese politics: Dakar 1988-1994 /
       |rMamadou Diouf --|tIslamic modernities? citizenship, 
       civil society, and Islamism in a Nigerian city /|rMichael 
       Watts --|tSão Paulo: photographic essay /|rCristiano 
       Mascaro --|tFortified enclaves: the new urban segregation 
       /|rTeresa P.R. Caldeira --|tGenealogy: Lincoln Steffens on
       New York /|rDilip Parameshwar Gaonkar and Christopher 
       Kamrath --|tSpaces of insurgent citizenship /|rJames 
       Holston --|tWhose city is it? globalization and the 
       formation of new claims /|rSaskia Sassen --|tIs European 
       citizenship possible? /|rEtienne Balibar --|tViolence, 
       culture, and democracy: a European perspective /|rMichel 
       Wieviorka --|tFrom the Atlas to the Alps: chronicle of a 
       Moroccan migration /|rMarco Jacquemet. 
520    Cities and Citizenship is a prize-winning collection of 
       essays that considers the importance of cities in the 
       making of modern citizens. For most of the modern era the 
       nation and not the city has been the principal domain of 
       citizenship. This volume demonstrates, however, that 
       cities are especially salient sites for examining the 
       current renegotiations of citizenship, democracy, and 
       national belonging. Just as relations between nations are 
       changing in the current phase of global capitalism, so too
       are relations between nations and cities. Written by 
       internationally prominent scholars, the essays in Cities 
       and Citizenship propose that 'place' remains fundamental 
       to these changes and that cities are crucial places for 
       the development of new alignments of local and global 
       identity. Through case studies from Africa, Europe, Latin 
       America, and North America, the volume shows how cities 
       make manifest national and transnational realignments of 
       citizenship and how they generate new possibilities for 
       democratic politics that transform people as citizens. 
       Previously published as a special issue of Public Culture 
       that won the 1996 Best Single Issue of a Journal Award 
       from the Professional/Scholarly Publishing Division of the
       Association of American Publishers, the collection 
       showcases a photo essay by Cristiano Mascaro, as well as 
       two new essays by James Holston and Thomas Bender 
650  0 Sociology, Urban|vCase studies 
650  0 Cities and towns|vCase studies 
650  0 Urban policy|vCase studies 
700 1  Holston, James 
730 0  Public culture (Durham, N.C.),|x0899-2363.|nv. 8, no. 2, 
830  0 Public culture books 
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