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Title Urban assemblages : how actor-network theory changes urban studies / edited by Ignacio Farías and Thomas Bender
Imprint London ; New York : Routledge, 2010
book jacket
 Economics Library  HT119 F37 2010    AVAILABLE    30510100317769
 Ethnology Library  HT119 .F37 2010    AVAILABLE    30520020854205
Descript xvi, 333 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
Series Questioning cities
Questioning cities series
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Gelleable spaces, eventful geographies : the case of Santiago's experimental music scene / Manuel Tironi -- Globalizations big and small : notes on urban studies, actor-network theory, and geographical scale / Alan Latham and Derek McCormack -- Urban studies without "scale" : localizing the global through Singapore / Richard G. Smith -- Assembling asturias : scaling devices and cultural leverage / Don Slater and Tomas Ariztía -- Interview with Nigel Thrift / Ignacio Farías -- How do we co-produce urban transport systems and the city? : the case of Transmilenio and Bogotá / Andréss Valderrama Pineda -- Changing obdurate urban objects : the attempts to reconstruct the highway through Maastricht / Anique Hommels -- Mutable immobiles : building conversion as a problem of quasi-technologies / Michael Guggenheim -- Conviction and commotion : on soundspheres, technopolitics, and urban space / Israel Rodríguez Giralt, Daniel López Gómez and Noel García López -- Interview with Stephen Graham / Ignacio Farías -- The reality of urban tourism : framed activity and virtual ontology / Ignacio Farías -- Assembling money and the senses : revisiting Georg Simmel and the city / Michael Schillmeier -- The city as value locus : markets, technologies, and the problem of worth / Caitlin Zaloom -- Second empire, second nature, secondary world : Verne and Baudelaire in the capital of the nineteenth century / Rosalind Williams -- Interview with Rob Shields / Ignacio Farías
Subject Cities and towns -- Growth
Alt Author Farías, Ignacio, 1978-
Bender, Thomas
Alt Title How actor-network theory changes urban studies
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