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Elusive Promises: Planning in the Contemporary World

elusive promises abram simone weszkalnys gisa

The comparative essays offer insight into the expected and unexpected outcomes of planning from visionary utopias to bureaucratic dystopia or something in-between , how the future is envisioned at the outset, and what actual work is done and how it affects people's lives. Even Governmentality Begins as an Image: Institutional Planning in Kuala Lumpur Richard Baxstrom Chapter 8. Responsibility: edited by Simone Abram, Gisa Weszkalnys. She is currently working on a manuscript focusing on the temporality and materiality of oil exploitation, specifically in West Africa. They show how the many people involved with planning deal with the discrepancies between what is promised and what is done. Redeeming the Promise of Inclusion in the Neoliberal City: Grassroots Contention in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil John Gledhill Chapter 7.

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Dr Gisa Weszkalnys

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Urbane Präsenzen und Repräsentationen, Berliner Blätter Berlin: Panama Verlag , Vol. The authors, all leading anthropologists, examine the time and space, creativity and agency, authority and responsibility, and conflicting desires that plans attempt to control. London and New York: Routledge, pp. Her book, Berlin, Alexanderplatz: Transforming Place in a Unified Germany Berghahn Books, 2010 tackles the intricate politics of place in contemporary Berlin. List of figures Acknowledgements Notes on contributors Chapter 1.

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Elusive Promises: Planning in the Contemporary World

elusive promises abram simone weszkalnys gisa

This volume sees planning differently-as the negotiation of possibilities that time offers space. This volume sees planning differently-as the negotiation of possibilities that time offers space. Utopian Time and Contemporary Time: Temporal Dimensions of Planning and Reform in the Norwegian Welfare State Halvard Vike Chapter 3. The authors, all leading anthropologists, examine the time and space, creativity and agency, authority and responsibility, and conflicting desires that plans attempt to control. Utopian Time and Contemporary Time: Temporal Dimensions of Planning and Reform in the Norwegian Welfare State Halvard Vike Chapter 3. Anticipating Oil: The Temporal Politics of a Disaster Yet To Come.

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Elusive Promises, Dislocations. Abram, Simone; Weszkalnys, Gisa (Berghahn Books, 2013)

elusive promises abram simone weszkalnys gisa

The Invaded City: Structuring an Urban Landscape on the Margins of the Possible Peru's Southern Highlands Sarah Lund Chapter 5. It has used ethnographic methods and anthropological theory to re-think problems that have been the mainstay of economists and political scientists. They show how the many people involved with planning deal with the discrepancies between what is promised and what is done. The comparative essays offer insight into the expected and unexpected outcomes of planning from visionary utopias to bureaucratic dystopia or something in-between , how the future is envisioned at the outset, and what actual work is done and how it affects people's lives. The Sociological Review 62: S1: 211-235 also published as chapter of the Sociological Review Monograph , ed. Her publications include Culture and Planning Ashgate, 2011 , Rationalities of Planning with Jonathan Murdoch, Ashgate, 2002 , and Anthropological Perspectives on Local Development co-edited with Jacqueline Waldren, Routledge, 1998. State, society and the landless in South Africa Deborah James Chapter 6.

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Elusive Promises: Planning in the Contemporary World

elusive promises abram simone weszkalnys gisa

This volume sees planning differently - as the negotiation of possibilities that time offers space. Simone Abram is Reader at both Durham University and Leeds Met University, and has worked in interdisciplinary planning departments at Sheffield and Cardiff Universities. Her book, Berlin, Alexanderplatz: Transforming Place in a Unified Germany Berghahn Books, 2010 tackles the intricate politics of place in contemporary Berlin. They show how the many people involved with planning deal with the discrepancies between what is promised and what is done. This volume sees planning differently—as the negotiation of possibilities that time offers space. In the past, she has carried out intensive research on the politics of urban planning, resulting in the monograph Berghahn, 2010 and in an edited volume ed.

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Even Governmentality Begins as an Image: Institutional Planning in Kuala Lumpur Richard Baxstrom Chapter 8. Planning in contemporary democratic states is often understood as a range of activities, from housing to urban design, regional development to economic planning. She is currently working on a manuscript focusing on the temporality and materiality of oil exploitation, specifically in West Africa. Synopsis Planning in contemporary democratic states is often understood as a range of activities, from housing to urban design, regional development to economic planning. The authors, all leading anthropologists, examine the time and space, creativity and agency, authority and responsibility, and conflicting desires that plans attempt to control.

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Dr Gisa Weszkalnys

elusive promises abram simone weszkalnys gisa

Gisa Weszkalnys is Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the London School of Economics. They show how the many people involved with planning deal with the discrepancies between what is promised and what is done. This volume sees planning differently—as the negotiation of possibilities that time offers space. Even Governmentality Begins as an Image: Institutional Planning in Kuala Lumpur Richard Baxstrom Chapter 8. In April 2012, she co-convened with Tanya Richardson Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada a successful international workshop funded by the Wenner Gren Foundation and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. It explores what kind of promise planning offers, how such a promise is made, and what happens to it through time. The Invaded City: Structuring an Urban Landscape on the Margins of the Possible Peru? Hypercomplexity in collective planning: a case of railway design Asa Boholm Chapter 4.

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Elusive Promises : Simone Abram : 9780857459152

elusive promises abram simone weszkalnys gisa

It explores what kind of promise planning offers, how such a promise is made, and what happens to it through time. Gisa Weszkalnys specializes in the ethnographic study of natural resources, specifically oil in Africa. Her publications include Culture and Planning Ashgate, 2011 , Rationalities of Planning with Jonathan Murdoch, Ashgate, 2002 , and Anthropological Perspectives on Local Development co-edited with Jacqueline Waldren, Routledge, 1998. They show how the many people involved with planning deal with the discrepancies between what is promised and what is done. The comparative essays offer insight into the expected and unexpected outcomes of planning from visionary utopias to bureaucratic dystopia or something in-between , how the future is envisioned at the outset, and what actual work is done and how it affects people's lives. Planning in contemporary democratic states is often understood as a range of activities, from housing to urban design, regional development to economic planning.

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