Vol 6 – No 2 – Nov 2016

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Table of Contents

 

Anglo-Indian Returnees: Reverse Migration to Goa 
Robyn Andrews

 

Faith, Space and Selfhood in East London ‘Youth Gang’ Culture 
Gary Armstrong and James Rosbrook-Thompson

 

How the Crisis Helped Informality Re-enter the Temple: A New Sicilian Custom 
Marcello Mollica

 

Experiments in Civil Society in Post-war Urban Sicily:
Danilo Dolci and the Case of Partinico 1955-1978 

Peter Jones

 

‘You Want to Eat Pizza with your Feet on the Table’:
Dropping Out of School in Spain in the Context of the Financial Crisis 

Margarita delOlmo and Patricia Mata-Benito

 

Commons vs Commodity: Urban Environmentalisms
and the Transforming Tale of the East Kolkata Wetlands

Jenia Mukherjee and Gorky Chakraborty

 

Conference Reports
Purposeful Agency and Governance: A Bridgeable Gap
Italo Pardo and Giuliana B. Prato
 
Understanding the Postcolonial City: New Directions for Urban Research
Hemangini Gupta

 
 
Book Reviews
Ethan N. Elkind (2014). Railtown: The Fight for the Los Angeles Metro Rail
and the Future of the City. Berkeley: University of California Press
by Fernando Monge
 
Fabien Frenzel and Ko Koens (eds) (2015). Tourism and Geographies of Inequality. The New
Global Slumming Phenomenon. London: Routledge
by Kelly McNeal
 
Matthew Gandy (2014). The Fabric of Space: Water, Modernity,
and the Urban Imagination. Cambridge: MIT Press.
by Michel Rautenberg
 
Susannah Hagan (2015). Ecological Urbanism:
The Nature of the City. NewYork: Routledge.
by Subhadra Channa
 
Tone Huse (2014). Everyday Life in the Gentrifying City:
On Displacement, Ethnic Privileging and the Right to Stay Put.
Farnham: Ashgate.
by Sweta Banerjee
 
Ian Lindsay (2014) Living with London Olympics:
An ethnography. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
by Giovanni Spissu

 
 
Film Reviews 
Solaris. Directed by Pavel Borecký. (2015). 25 minutes. Colour.
Distributed by Baltic Film and Media School, Tallinn University
by Delyan Lyutskanov
 
Passinho Dance-Off Directed by Emílio Domingos. (2013).
73 minutes. Colour. Osmose Filmes.
by Helaine Christian Alves Santos
 
The Bastard Sings the Sweetest Song. Directed by Christy Garland. (2012).
90 min, Colour. Produced by Chris Bennett and Christy Garland.
by Milena Belloni and Federica Setti
 
Behind The Screen. Directed by Aung Nwai Htway. (2012). 35mins. Colour.
Distributed by Yangon Film School.
by Timothy P.A. Cooper
 
Tyres. Directed by Kyaw Myo Lwin. (2013). 33 minutes, B&W and Colour.
Distributed by Yangon Film School.
by Freek Colombijn
 
Power to the Pedals: Wenzday Jane and the Culture of Change.
Directed by Bob Nesson. 2016. 32 min, Colour.
Distributed by Documentary Educational Resources. DVD.
by Ignacio Fradejas-García and Jabir Lund

 
 
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