1 edition of Carving up the commons found in the catalog.
Carving up the commons
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Congress and our public lands|
|Contributions||Western Land Exchange Project|
|LC Classifications||KF5605 .B58 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 106 p. :|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||2010483619|
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In Carving Out the Commons, Amanda Huron theorizes the practice of urban “commoning” through a close investigation of the city’s limited-equity housing cooperatives.
Drawing on feminist and anticapitalist perspectives, Huron asks whether a commons can work in a city where land and other resources are scarce and how strangers who may not share a past or future come together 5/5(1).
Carving Out the Commons offers deep and carefully researched insight into alternative ways to imagine, organize, and enact the urban commons that, if more broadly realized, could improve life for many. This important book should be read by students of the city as well as those trying to make it more socially just.
Nik Heynen, University of Georgia. Amanda Huron’s new book, Carving Out the Commons, focuses on ten LECs formed during the first wave of gentrification in Washington, D.C., and considers Carving up the commons book history and future as urban commons. A geographer and urban planner who teaches social sciences at the University of the District of Columbia, Huron demonstrates how tenants resisted eviction and built their political power to.
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