Wilhelmsburg is our home!

Racialized Residents on Urban Development and Social Mix Planning in a Hamburg Neighbourhood

In a neighbourhood facing massive redevelopment, racialized residents speak about stigma, social mixing, and what the island community means to them. Based on rich interviews, photographs, and archival research, Julie Chamberlain rejects the usual silence in German urban studies around racialization and examines how constructing some groups as »not belonging« has shaped Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg's past and present. For racialized long-time residents, it is Heimat, a space of belonging in the context of exclusion. As social mix policy threatens that belonging, residents explore their hopes and their fears for the future of an urban space where gentrification looms.

59,00 € *

27. Oktober 2022, ca. 280 Seiten
ISBN: 978-3-8376-6387-7

Erscheint voraussichtlich bis zum 27. Oktober 2022

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Julie Chamberlain

Julie Chamberlain, University of Winnipeg, Kanada

Autor*in(nen)
Julie Chamberlain
Buchtitel
Wilhelmsburg is our home! Racialized Residents on Urban Development and Social Mix Planning in a Hamburg Neighbourhood
Verlag
transcript Verlag
Seitenanzahl
ca. 280
Ausstattung
kart., Klebebindung, 50 SW-Abbildungen
ISBN
978-3-8376-6387-7
Warengruppe
1725
BIC-Code
JFSG RPC JFSL
BISAC-Code
SOC026030 POL002000 SOC031000
THEMA-Code
JBSD RPC JBSL1
Erscheinungsdatum
27. Oktober 2022
Auflage
1
Themen
Migration, Stadt, Rassismus
Adressaten
Urban Studies, Urban Planning, Urban Geography, Sociology, Critical Ethnic Studies, Urban Policy
Schlagworte
Urban Development, Social Mix Planning, Racialization, Hamburg, Germany, City, Racism, Migration, Urban Studies, Urban Planning, Geography

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