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Place, Culture, and Politics is edited by Neil Smith, Graduate Center, City University of New York. Many of the most pressing political issues today are widely understood to occupy the nexus between place, culture and politics. Books in this series will make clear the pivotal role of space and place in questions of politics and culture. The series is interdisciplinary, ranging freely between the social sciences and humanities and, to a lesser extent, the physical and life sciences. The primary aim of these texts will be to influence public opinion more than to increase the purely academic stock of knowledge. Books will be explicitly political; they will have a point of view, multiple points of view, and will engage current events and ideas.

George L. Henderson: California and the Fictions of Capital
California and the Fictions of Capital
Henderson, George L.

304 pp • 6.125x9.25 • Spring 2003
paper 978-1-59213-198-3
Excerpt available

Katharyne Mitchell: Crossing the Neoliberal Line
Crossing the Neoliberal Line
Pacific Rim Migration and the Metropolis

Mitchell, Katharyne

296 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2004
paper 978-1-59213-084-9
cloth 978-1-59213-083-2
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