TABLE OF CONTENTS
A Paper Tiger on Chestnut Lane:
The Significance of NIMBY Battles in Decaying Communities
John C. Kilburn, S.E. Costanza, Kelly Frailing and Stephanie Diaz
‘Meat Smells Like Corpses’:
Sensory Perceptions in a Sicilian Urban Marketplace
On The Critical Relationship Between Citizenship and Governance:
The Case of Water Management in Italy
After the 125th Street Rezoning:
The Gentrification of Harlem’s Main Street in the Bloomberg Years
Comments and Reflections
by Anya Ahmed, Dolores Koenig, László Kürti, Fernando Monge, Maria Giulia Pezzi, Amitai Touval
Social Life and Moral Economies in Danish Cooperative Housing:
Community, Property and Value
Maja Hojer Bruun
Watts, Our Town: ‘Nothing about us without us, is for us’.
An Auto-Ethnographic Account of Life in Watts, Los Angeles, CA
Planting Roots, Making Place:
An Ethnography of Young Men in Port Vila, Vanuatu
Mapping the Inhabited Urban Built Environment:
The Socio-Spatial Significance of the Material Presence of Boundaries through Time
Benjamin N. Vis
Michael Goddard (ed.) (2010). Villagers and the City.
Melanesian Experiences of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Sean Kingston Publishing.
by Daniela Kraemer
Marcio Goldman (2013). How Democracy Works. An Ethnographic Theory of Politics.
Canon Pyon: Lightning Sources.
by Mariano Daniel Perelman
Kuchler Susanne, Kurti Laszlo and Elkadi Hisham (eds) (2011). Every Day’s a Festival.
Diversity on Show. Sean Kingston Publishing.
by Ester Gallo
Manos Spyridakis (2013). The liminal worker.
An ethnography of work, unemployment and precariousness in contemporary Greece. Farnham: Ashgate
by Vassilis Dalkavoukis