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April 2016 – Volume 28, Issue 1

Editor’s Notes
JOSHUA BARKER, SHERI GIBBINGS 3

SPECIAL ISSUE: COLONIALISM, LAW, AND THE CITY

Introduction
NATACHA GAGNÉ, BENOÎT TRÉPIED 8

ARTICLES

From “Squatter” to Homesteader: Being Hawaiian in an American City
JUDITH SCHACHTER 23

The Waxing and Waning of the Politics of Authenticity: The Situation of Urban‐Based Māori through the Lens of Municipal Politics
NATACHA GAGNÉ 48

“Inventing New Places”: Urban Aboriginal Visibility and the Co‐Construction of Citizenship in Val‐d’Or (Québec)
CAROLINE DESBIENS, CAROLE LÉVESQUE, IOANA COMAT 74

Urban Kanak Parents on Customary Trial: An Ethnography of the Customary Family Court of Nouméa, New Caledonia
BENOÎT TRÉPIED 99

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c&s vol 27 3December 2015 – Volume 27, Issue 3

Editor’s Notes
SUZANNE SCHELD 231

ARTICLES

On the Beach: The Changing Meaning of the Bulgarian Coast after 1989
MAX HOLLERAN 232

Landscapes of Invisibility: Anachronistic Subjects and Allochronous Spaces in Mill Land Mumbai
MAURA FINKELSTEIN 250

Social Reproduction and Urban Competitiveness: How Dominican Bodegueros Use the Care Economy
ADAM M PINE 272

If Anyone Hears This: Confronting Discourses of Immigration in South Mississippi
BRIDGET HAYDEN 295

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August 2015 – Volume 27, Issue 2

Editor’s Notes
SUZANNE SCHELD 115

ARTICLES

By Sleight of Neoliberal Logics: Street Youth, Workfare, and the Everyday Tactics of Survival in London, Ontario, Canada 116

Scraps, Neighbors, and Committees: Material Things, Place-Making, and the State in an Astana Apartment Block 136

Touring the Hidden City: Walking Tour Guides in Deindustrializing Genoa 160

Costa Rica’s Chinatown: The Art of Being Global in the Age of China 183

Newcomers at the Israeli National Table: Transforming Urban Landscapes and the Texture of Citizenship 208

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cover 26 (2)August 2014 – Volume 26, Issue 2

Editor’s Notes
SUZANNE SCHELD 149

SPECIAL ISSUE: NORMS, NETWORKS, AND INFORMALITY IN THE URBAN GLOBAL SOUTH: UNMAPPING REGULATORY SPACE
WALTER E. LITTLE AND B. LYNNE MILGRAM, Guest Editors

Introduction
KAREN TRANBERG HANSEN 150

Remapping the Edge: Informality and Legality in the Harrison Road Night Market, Baguio City, Philippines
B. LYNNE MILGRAM 153

Making Contracts Public in Ngaoundéré, Cameroon
JOSÉ-MARÍA MUÑOZ 175

Façade to Street to Façade: Negotiating Public Spatial Legality in a World Heritage City
WALTER E. LITTLE 196

How to Evade States and Slip Past Borders: Lessons from Traders, Overstayers, and Asylum Seekers in Hong Kong and China
GORDON MATHEWS, DAN LIN AND YANG YANG 217

ARTICLES

Valued Lives in Violent Places: Black Urban Placemaking at a Civil Rights Memorial in New Orleans
REBECCA LOUISE CARTER 239

Experiments in Vulnerability: Sociability and Care in Chicago’s Redeveloping Public Housing
CATHERINE FENNELL 262

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