"Learning the City: Translocal Assemblage and Urban Politics"
critically examines the relationship between knowledge, learning,
and urban politics, arguing both for the centrality of learning for
political strategies and developing a progressive international
urbanism. Presents a distinct approach to conceptualising the city
through the lens of urban learning Integrates fieldwork conducted
in Mumbai's informal settlements with debates on urban policy,
political economy, and development Considers how knowledge and
learning are conceived and created in cities Addresses the way
knowledge travels and opportunities for learning about urbanism
between North and South
Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)
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