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The Violence of Worlding

Producing Space in Neo-liberal Durban, Mumbai and Rio de Janeiro

The paper gratefully draws on many discussions over the project period with faculty colleagues Amita Bhide and Ratoola Kundu, and research associates Nirali Joshi (who co-authored an early iteration of this paper), Nisha Kundar, Radhika Raj, Shruthi Parthasarathy, Shivani Satija, Durgesh Solanki, in Mumbai. The work of colleagues in Durban and Rio de Janeiro (separately cited in the paper) has been immensely important and, along with their efforts in organising fi eld visits, is gratefully acknowledged. Finally, comments from the anonymous reviewer greatly helped clarify the arguments.

Published On : 20th Jan, 2024

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