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Postborder city : cultural spaces of Bajalta California

Author: M J Dear; Gustavo Leclerc; Jo-Anne Berelowitz; et al
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This title concerns the postborder metropolis of Bajalta, California, which stretches from Los Angeles in the north to Tijuana and Mexicali in the south. Immigrants flock to Southern California, while corporations are drawn to the low wage industry of the Mexican border towns.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: M J Dear; Gustavo Leclerc; Jo-Anne Berelowitz; et al
ISBN: 0415944198 9780415944199 0415944201 9780415944205
OCLC Number: 51613852
Description: xviii, 305 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction : the postborder condition : art and urbanism in Bajalta California / Michael Dear & Gustavo Leclerc --
"Where are you going to be worthier?" (the border and the postborder) / Carlos Monsiváis --
Peopling Alta California / Phoebe Kropp & Michael Dear --
Peopling Baja California / Hector Manuel Lucero --
Global Tijuana : seven ecologies of the border / Lawrence Herzog --
Border art since 1965 / Jo-Anne Berelowitz --
Border representations : frontier cinema and independent video / Norma Iglesias --
'Where am I at home?' the interplay of national, local, and imaginative space / Richard Cándida Smith --
Hybridities and histories : imaging the rim / David Palumbo-Liu --
Rewriting cultural studies in the borderlands --
Néstor García Canclini.
Responsibility: edited by Michael Dear and Gustavo Leclerc ; with contributions by Jo-Anne Berelowitz ... [et al.].
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