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Community murals in US inner city neighborhoods offer popular, grassroots representations of local identities and their relation to urban space and community culture. They are powerful tools in building neighborhood solidarity across ethnic groups, generations, and defended gang territories....
This article examines how people narrate the relationship between physical and socioeconomic mobility in contemporary urban China. To do so, it looks at the mobility of two different groups of drivers in the southwestern Chinese city of Kunming: taxi drivers and “day trippers.” While a taxi...
This article focuses on the physical composition of the Eastern Indonesian provincial town of Kupang, a town thought to be characterized by interethnic tensions. I examine the assumption that social segmentation is explainable in terms of ethnicity. In order to show that ethnicity not the sole...
Viability emerged as a contentious political term in post‐Katrina New Orleans. While initial expert‐led proposals defined neighborhood viability in terms of topography, community‐based groups emphasized the cultural and historical aspects that defined neighborhoods as viable. This analysis...
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