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In this paper, I critically examine the processes underlying the reconfiguration of urban space by players in an Asian Indian ethnic economy in the city of Chicago. I argue that Asian Indian immigrants have altered city space to fit their personal visions of a dynamic, successful ethnic...
Catholic parishes and their neighborhoods on the Southwest Side of Chicago have moved from a relatively autonomous, relatively self‐enclosed local institutions with relatively narrow social perspectives to organizations that work across parish boundaries, address local problems regionally, and...
This article explores the ways a group of Mexican immigrant mothers living in Chicago's Little Village reconfigure their relation to local and transnational spaces they occupy, through their participation in a parent writing and publishing workshop. By conceptualizing the writers' storytelling...
In the last 20 years, African Americans have changed both their role in and orientation toward gentrification. Where once it was viewed with suspicion, the strategy of attracting middle class residents to poor, black communities is now gaining popularity—provided the new residents are themselves...
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