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How is tolerance reflected in urban space? Which urban actors are involved in the practices and narratives of tolerance? What are the limits of tolerance? The edited volume answers these questions by considering different forms of urban in/exclusion and participatory citizenship. By drawing together disparate yet critical writings, Doing Tolerance examines the production of space, urban struggles and tactics of power from an interdisciplinary perspective. Illustrating the paradoxes within diverse interactions, the authors focus on the conflict between heterogeneous groups of the governed, on the one hand, and the governing in urban spaces, on the other. Above all, the volume explores the divergences and convergences of participatory citizenship, as they are revealed in urban space through political, socio-economic and cultural conditions and the entanglements of social mobilities.
From the Contents:
Barış Ülker and María do Mar Castro Varela: Doing Tolerance and the Question of Urban Citizenship: An Introduction
Barış Ülker: Measuring, Exhibiting, and Mobilizing Tolerance in Berlin
María do Mar Castro Varela and Leila Haghighat: Solidarity and the City: A Complicated Story
Margit Mayer: The Promise and Limits of Participatory Discourses and Practice
Bernd Belina and Jan Wehrheim: Danger Zones’: How Policing Space Legitimizes Policing Race
Tania Mancheno: Behind the Walls of Paris: The Inhabited History of Space in the Parisian Banlieues
Julia Strutz: Spiriting Away the Bad Urbanite: From the Topkapı Bus Terminal to the Panorama Museum
Pelin Tan: Practices of Commoning and Urban Citizenship
Ömer Turanv: Resistance and gift-giving: Gezi Park
Nazlı Cabadağ and Gülden Ediger: We Disperse to Berlin: Transnational entanglements of LGBTI+ movement(s) in Turkey
Giselle Andrea Osorio Ardila: What do Claims for Participation Tell Us About City Planning? The experience of defenders of an environmental protected area in Bogotá, Colombia
Liza Wing Man Kam: Protest in the Metropolis: Symbolism in play from the Queen’s Pier conservation struggle to the Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong
Adham Hamed: What the hell has gone wrong in Egypt?
Prof. Dr. María do Mar Castro Varela teaches at the Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany.
Dr. Baris Ülker works at the Centre for Metropolitan Studies (CMS), Technical University of Berlin, Germany.
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Doing Tolerance and the Question of Urban Citizenship: An Introduction
Barış Ülker & María do Mar Castro Varela
I Conceptual Reflections
1/ Measuring, Exhibiting, and Mobilizing Tolerance in Berlin
2/ Solidarity and the City. A Complicated Story
María do Mar Castro Varela & Leila Haghighat
3/ The Promise and Limits of Participatory Discourses and Practices
II Controlling and Mapping
4/ ‘Danger Zones’: How Policing Space Legitimizes Policing Race
Bernd Belina & Jan Wehrheim
5/ Behind the Walls of Paris: The Inhabited History of Space in the Parisian Banlieues
6/ Spiriting Away the Bad Urbanite. From the Topkapı Bus Terminal to the Panorama Museum 1453
III Defending the City
7/ Practices of Commoning and Urban Citizenship
8/ Resistance and Gift-Giving: Gezi Park*
9/ We disperse to Berlin: Transnational Entanglements of LGBTI+ Movement(s) in Turkey
Nazlı Cabadağ & Gülden Ediger
10/ What do Claims for Participation Tell Us About City Planning?
The Experience of Defenders of an Environmental Protected Area in Bogotá, Colombia
Giselle Andrea Osorio Ardila
IV Protest and Resistance
11/ Protest in the Metropolis: Symbolism in Play from the Queen’s Pier Conservation Struggle to the Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong
Liza Wing Man Kam
12/ What the Hell Has Gone Wrong in Egypt? An Elicitive Conflict Mapping Inquiry