Postcolonial urbicide: new imperialism, global cities and the damned of the earth

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2006 Number 59

Postcolonial urbicide: new imperialism, global cities and the damned of the earth
Kanishka Goonewardena, Stefan Kipfer, pages -

Abstract

Goonewardena and Kipfer analyse postcolonial urbicide, by demonstrating the importance of cities to imperialism, due to their centralisation of military, political, and economic activity. They cite new theories of imperialism, suggesting the influence of revolutions on postcolonialism, and offering approaches for urban studies toward the problematic of colonialism and imperialism.

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Kanishka Goonewardena, Stefan Kipfer (2006) Postcolonial urbicide: new imperialism, global cities and the damned of the earth, New Formations, 2006(59), -

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