GEOG 5370

Week 1: January 8

Harvey, D.(2008) The Right to the City in New Left Review, Sept-October.

Attoh, K. (2011) What kind of right is the right to the city? in Progress in Human Geography, Progress in Human Geography, 35(5) 669–685.

Sasson, S. (2010) The city: Its return as a lens for social theoryCity, Culture and Society, Volume 1, Issue 1, 2010 Pages 3-11.

Week 2: January 15

Soja E.W. (1980) The Socio-spatial Dialectic in Annals of the Association of American Geographers. Volume 70, No. 2.

Roy, A. (2005) Urban Informality: Towards an Epistemology of Planning in Journal of the American Planning Association, Vol. 71, No. 2, Spring 2005.

Robinson, J. 2011. Cities in a World of Cities: The Comparative Gesture. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Volume 35.1,  pp.1-23.

Peck J (2011) Global Policy Models, Globalizing Poverty Management: International Convergence or Fast-Policy Integration in Geography Compass 5/4:164-181.

Week 3: January 22

Spivak, G. C. (2005). Scattered speculations on the subaltern and the popular. Postcolonial Studies, 8(4), 475-486.

Alexander, C. (2009). Introduction: Stuart Hall and “race”. Cultural Studies, 23(4), 457-482.

Featherstone, D. (2013). Black internationalism, subaltern cosmopolitanism, and the spatial politics of antifascism. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 103(6), 1406-1420.

Rabasa, J. (2005). The comparative frame in subaltern studies1. Postcolonial Studies, 8(4), 365-380.

Pandey, G. (2005). Notions of community: Popular and subaltern. Postcolonial Studies, 8(4), 409-419.

Week 4: January 29

Mbembe, A. (2003). Necropolitics. Public Culture, 15(1), 11-40.

Tomiak, J. (2017). Contesting the settler city: Indigenous Self‐Determination, new urban reserves, and the neoliberalization of colonialism. Antipode, 49(4), 928-945.

Sidaway, J. (2000). Postcolonial geographies: An exploratory essay. Progress in Human Geography, 24(4), 591-612.

Robinson, J. (2003). Postcolonialising geography: Tactics and pitfalls. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 24(3), 273-289.

Yeoh, B. (2001). Postcolonial cities. Progress in Human Geography, 25(3), 456-468.

Week 5: February 5

Lefebvre, H (2003, 1977) “Space and the State” in Brenner, Jessop, Jones and Macleod (eds) State/Space, A Reader, 2003. Blackwell, Publishing. On reserve in the GRC

Harvey, D. (1998, 1985) “On Planning the Ideology of Planning” in Campbell, S. and Fainstein, S (eds) Readings in Planning Theory.  Blackwell. Chapter 8, pp 176-197//The Urbanization of Capital. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, pp 165-84. On reserve in the GRC

Isin, E (2007) City.State: Critique of Scalar Thought Citizenship Studies, Vol. 11, No. 2, 211–228, May 2007.

Sparke, M. (2003). American empire and globalisation: Postcolonial speculations on neocolonial enframing. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 24(3), 373-389.

Week 6: February 12

Hayek F.A. (1944) Individualism and Collectivism, Chapter 3 in The Road to Serfdom  (ed, 2007) Bruce Caldwell, University of Chicago Press. Available in the GRC

Hall, S., & O'Shea, A. (2013). Common-sense neoliberalism: the battle over common sense is a central part of our political life. Soundings: A Journal of politics and culture., (55),8-24.

Peck, J. (2011). Global policy models, globalizing poverty management: International convergence or Fast‐Policy integration? Geography Compass, 5(4), 165-181.

Brenner, N., & Theodore, N. (2002). Preface: From the “New localism” to the spaces of neoliberalism. Antipode, 34(3), 341-347.

Robinson, J. (2011). The travels of urban neoliberalism: Taking stock of the internationalization of urban theory. Urban Geography, 32(8), 1087-1109.

Week 8: February 26

Foucault, M. (2001) “Governmentality” in Power: Essential Works of Foucault, 1954-1984, Volume 2. New Press, pp 201-222 On reserve in the GRC

Flyvbjerg, B. (2003) "Rationality and Power." In Scott Carnbell and Susan S. Fainstein, eds., Readings in Planning Theory, second edition. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 318-329.

Ettlinger, N. (2011). Governmentality as epistemology. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 101(3), 537-560.

Elden, Stuart. (2007). Governmentality, Calculation, Territory. Environment and Planning D Society and Space. 25 (3), 562-580.

Ahmed, Sara & Swan, Elaine. (2006). Doing Diversity. Policy Futures in Education. 4(2), 96-100.

Hunt, D., & Stevenson, S. A. (2017). Decolonizing geographies of power: Indigenous digital counter-mapping practices on turtle island. Settler Colonial Studies, 7(3), 372-392.

Week 9: March 5

Foucault, M. (1997) Society must be Defended Chapter 11. pg 239 – 264. On Reserve in the GRC

 De Certeau (1988) Spatial Practices - Walking in the City and Spatial Stories in The Practice of Everyday Life. University of California Press, pp 91-110; pp 115-130. On Reserve in the GRC

Wacquant, L. (2008) Ghettos and Anti-Ghettos: An Anatomy of the New Poverty in Thesis Eleven, Number 94, pages 113-118.

Flusty, S. (2000) “Thrashing Downtown: Play as resistance to the spatial and representational regulation of Los Angeles” in Cities, Vol. 17, no.2, pp 149-158.

Miller, B. (2013) “Social Movements in Urban Society: The City as a Space of Politicization” in Urban Geography, Vol.34, pp 452-473.

Brown, G., & Yaffe, H. (2014). Practices of solidarity: Opposing apartheid in the centre of London. Antipode, 46(1), 34-52.

McCann, E. J. (1999). Race, protest, and public space: Contextualizing Lefebvre in the U.S. city. Antipode, 31(2), 163-184.

Week 10: March 8

Sandercock, L. (1998) “Planning for Cosmopolis: A New Paradigm” (Chapter 8) in Towards Cosmopolis.  John Wiley and Sons, West Sussex, England.  On reserve in the GRC

Amin, A (2002) “Ethnicity and the multicultural city: living with diversity” in Environment and Planning A, volume 34, pp 959-980.

Jennifer Hyndman (2012) The Geopolitics of Migration and Mobility, Geopolitics,17:2, 243-255, DOI: 10.1080/14650045.2011.569321

Bigo, D. (2002) “Security and Immigration: Toward a Critique of the Governmentality of Unease” in Alternatives 27, Special Issue 63-92.

Isin, E.(2012) Citizens Without Nations in Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 30(3 ), 450-467.

Week 13: March 29

Pain, R. (2006) “Social geography: seven deadly myths in policy research” in Progress in Human Geography, 30(2), 250-259.

Cameron, A. (2006) “Geographies of welfare and exclusion: social inclusion and exception” in Progress in Human Geography 30(3), 396-404.

Barnett, C. (2011) ‘Geography and ethics: Justice unbound’ in Progress in Human Geography, 35(2), 246–255.