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Post-cosmopolitan cities : explorations of urban coexistence / edited by Caroline Humphrey, Vera Skvirskaja
New York : Berghahn Books, c2012
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 3rd Floor  HT151 .P626 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Sociology, Urban
Cosmopolitanism
Urbanization -- Social aspects
Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects
Physical Description viii, 250 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Odessa: pogroms in a cosmopolitan city / Caroline Humphrey -- Negotiating cosmopolitanism: migration, religious education and shifting Jewish orientations in post-Soviet Odessa / Marina Sapritsky -- At the city's social margins: selective cosmopolitans in Odessa / Vera Skvirskaja -- 'A gate, but leading where?' In search of actually existing cosmopolitanism in post-Soviet Tbilisi / Martin Demant Frederiksen -- Cosmopolitan architecture: 'deviations' from Stalinist aesthetics and the making of twenty-first-century Warsaw / G. MichaƂ Murawski -- Sinking and shrinking city: cosmopolitanism, historicalmemory nd social change in Venice / Joanna Kostylo -- Haunted by the past and the ambivalences of the present: immigration and Thessalonica's second path to cosmopolitanism / Panos Hatziprokopiou -- 'For Badakhshan--the country without borders!': village cosmopolitans, urban-rural networks and the post-cosmopolitan city in Tajikistan / Magnus Marsden
Series Space and place ; v. 9
Alternate Author Humphrey, Caroline
Skvirskaja, Vera

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