LEARNING THE CITY KNOWLEDGE AND TRANSLOCAL ASSEMBLAGE PDF

Editorial Reviews. Review. “This book is a significant step in bringing learning to the core of. In this book, the geographer Colin McFarlane provides a rich and perceptive account of how we dwell in and learn about cities and what it takes. Colin Mcfarlane, Learning the City: Knowledge and Translocal Assemblage Colin Mcfarlane, Colin Mcfarlane. Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous.

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Learning the City: Knowledge and Translocal Assemblage Colin Mcfarlane

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In Learning the CityMcFarlane successfully manages to open the black box of urban learning in widening the perspective to acknowledge diverse urban learning practices, which may even bear a transformative potential in certain contexts. Its revelatory power is arguably profound for McFarlane, it promises nothing short asxemblage understanding the power to forge a different kind of city.

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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. Knowledge and Translocal Assemblage Colin Mcfarlane en quelques clics seulement, sur fnac. Knowledge and Translocal Assemblage. Area1 May Learning the City is a critical academic contribution useful for scholars of the field In its commitment to the diverse and lively practices through which the city is learned and known, in its engagement with the diverse forms of agency and political practices through which agency is assembled and re-assembled the book enlivens understandings of spatial politics.

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Geography Helvitica1 December Through Learning the City McFarlane has made a major contribution to our understandings of the urban. Antipode1 September Learning the City is an important and theoretically sophisticated piece of work. Accueil Livre Learning the City: Would you like to change to the site?

Presents a distinct approach to conceptualising International Planning Studies23 October Learning the City makes an exhaustive case for framing our studies of knowledge and power through the optic of the learning assemblage.

Description Learning the City: Tactics, Urbanism and Politics 4. WileyJun 15, – Science – pages. His research focuses on urban geography, especially theorising the intersections between urban inequality, materiality, and knowledge.

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Its great merit is to make us see cities as complex learning assemblages and milieus. En stock en ligne.

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His research focuses on urban geography, especially theorising the intersections between urban inequality, materiality, and knowledge. My library Help Advanced Book Search. In its commitment to the diverse and lively practices through which the city is learned and known, in its engagement with the diverse forms of agency and political practices through which agency is assembled and re-assembled the book enlivens understandings of spatial politics.

In the 21st century city, the material and analytical stakes of learning could not be higher. Incremental Urbanism and Tactical Learning 3. Society and Space1 November In Learning the CityMcFarlane successfully manages to open the black box of urban learning in widening the perspective to acknowledge diverse urban learning practices, which may even bear a transformative potent ial in certain contexts.

Materializing Learning 69 Learning and Representation: Other editions – View all Learning the City: Urban Learning Forums 5. Account Options Sign in. A powerful framework for re-thinking issues of poverty, urban informality and development in the Global South.

Translocal Assemblage and Urban Politicscritically examines the relationship between knowledge, learning,and urban politics, arguing both for the centrality of learning forpolitical strategies and developing a trsnslocal internationalurbanism. It is also a text that is animated by a powerful sense of hope that cities might come to bere-assembled in different ways that are more equitable and more open to different agentic forces and contributions.

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This volume’s detailed fieldwork effectively supports its desire to see learning occupy a central place in the production learhing more socially just urbanisms. Knowledge and Translocal Assemblage. It is also a text that is animated by a powerful sense of hope that cities might come to bere-assembled in different ways that are more equitable and more open to different agentic forces and contributions.

Description Learning the City: McFarlane’s innovative theory of urban learning is very helpful to an understanding of contemporary urbanism and of how it can be changed for the better. Presents a distinct approach to conceptualising the citythrough the lens of urban learning Integrates fieldwork conducted in Mumbai’s informal settlementswith debates on assemblagr policy, political economy, anddevelopment Considers how knowledge and learning are conceived and createdin cities Addresses the way knowledge travels and opportunities forlearning about urbanism between North and South.

Translocal Assemblage and Urban Politics critically examines the relationship between knowledge, learning,and urban politics, arguing both for the centrality of learning forpolitical strategies and developing a progressive internationalurbanism. Translocal Assemblage and Urban Politics critically examines the relationship between knowledge, learning, and urban politics, arguing both for the centrality of learning for assemblaage strategies and developing trnaslocal progressive international urbanism.