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Chapter 1. On So-Called Non-Political Urban Environmentalism: The Architecture of the Open City, Politics, and the Political
Chapter 2. Refashioning Latin Americanism: The Foundations of the Environmental Urbanism of the Open City
Chapter 3. The Eruption of the Political?: Politics, the Political, Hospitality, and the Foundation of the Open City
Chapter 4. Thinking Otherwise: Keeping the Open City Open in the Dictatorship
Chapter 5. On Subaltern Historiography: Thinking the Open City Historically
Chapter 6. Towards a Decolonial Environmentalism: The Limits and Openings of the Open City’s Environmental Urbanisms

Conclusion: Socialities, New Openings, and the Lingering Question of Capital


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Politics of the Dunes

Poetry, Architecture, and Coloniality at the Open City

Maxwell Woods

238 pages, 11 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78920-901-3 Hb Published (November 2020)

eISBN 978-1-78920-902-0 eBook