Published September 2006
by Practical Action .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Contested Spaces book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In this book, Lori Brown examines the relationship between space, defined 4/5(4). Contested Space Revisited: George Town Penang, Before and After UNESCO World Heritage Listing explores the cultural, social and physical history of the East India Company’s historic port settlement of George Town and its multi-ethnic population, tracing its urban evolution, the cultures and traditions of its diverse communities and the reﬂection of these influences in their architecture, urban forms and . "Contested Spaces of Early America offers readers a cross section of thoughtful new approaches to American history, which is finally beginning to fulfill its promise as a history of all Americans."—Journal of Historical Geography5/5(1). In "Finding the Movement: Sexuality, Contested Space, and Feminist Activism", Anne Enke examines second wave feminism. Enke argues, “To understand the widespread and popular nature of the movement, we must also consider relevant activism and locations that did not always – at the time – earn the label ‘feminist’” (pg. 5).Cited by:
Estrada's discussion of the alternative histories of this contested and dynamic space are also applicable to any public space in any other US city. This is a history book and a cultural geography of human habitation in one. A very readable book as well. Brilliant. Read more. One person found this by: Based on a research study in four developing cities - Dar Es Salaam, Kumasi, Maseru, and Kathmandu - Contested Space explores the survival strategies of street traders and their relationships with city governments and examines the practical and policy implications for pro-poor street management. Reviews. A Yankee Book Peddler US and UK Core Title for Classified as 'Research Essential' by Baker & Taylor YBP Library Services ’In Contested Spaces: Abortion Clinics, Women's Shelters and Hospitals feminist architectural research makes an important return to explicit women’s issues with a powerful and deeply provocative situated examination of spaces in and around North American. The second part of this book relooks at the issues of ‘contested space’ in the decade after UNESCO listing, and the impacts of population decline, site management, urban interventions, cultural interpretations, gentrification and tourism.
Contested Spaces, Counter-narratives, and Culture from Below in Canada and Québec Book Description: Contested Spaces investigates space and conflict in novels, short stories, life writing, and journalism from Canada and Québec by asking how counter-narratives challenge geographies of exclusion from below. Contested Space fills a gap on the Persian Gulf in accounts of global Anglo-American rivalries during the Second World War. It goes beyond existing country, oil and cold war strategic studies to trace a broad ideological as well as material contest between two variants of overseas capitalism: neo-corporatist British 'guided development' and American 'new deal internationalism'. "Contested Spaces of Early America offers readers a cross section of thoughtful new approaches to American history, which is finally beginning to fulfill its promise as a history of all Americans."—Journal of Historical Geography. Public Space as Contested Space: The Battle over the Use, Meaning and Function of Public Space. International Journal of Social Science and Humanity, Vol. 6, No. 3, March DOI: /IJSSHV received Septem ; revised Novem Rowena Capulong Reyes is with Far Eastern University, PhilippinesFile Size: 2MB.