This book explores relationships between war, displacement and city-making. Focusing on people seeking refuge in Somali cities after being forced to migrate by violence, environmental shocks or economic pressures, it highlights how these populations are actively transforming urban space. Les mer
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Using first-hand testimonies and participatory photography by urban in-migrants, the book documents and analyses the micro-politics of urban camp management, evictions and gentrification, and the networked labour of displaced populations that underpins growing urban economies.
- Bristol University Press
- 23 x 16 cm