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In Bengaluru, India's “IT capital,” global capital and processes of world city‐making valorize specific kinds of work and workers as “formal” while categorizing others as “informal,” “chaotic” and “unregulated.” This article draws attention to the work of share‐auto rickshaw driving among local...
Urban marginality is generally considered through the lens of exclusion. Policing and public policies, underpinned by private NIMBY (not‐in‐my‐backyard) attitudes and actions, aim to remove marginalized individuals from urban spaces. Yet they remain and are visible. As such, individuals across...
In this paper, I examine how public art projects in the Medina of Tunis “stay in the game,” a reference to the (social) media management strategies that projects pursue to attract and keep funding. Following the 2011 “Arab Spring,” revolution, known locally as the thawra, a vibrant public art...
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