Deindustrializing Montreal: Entangled Histories of Race, Residence, and Class 9780228012313

The intimate relationship between capitalism, class struggles, and racial inequality in two working-class Montreal neigh

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Deindustrializing Montreal: Entangled Histories of Race, Residence, and Class
 9780228012313

Table of contents :
Cover
DEINDUSTRIALIZING MONTREAL
Copyright
Dedication
Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction
PART ONE INDUSTRIAL CULTURE
1 Industrial Childhoods
2 Neighbourhood Factories
3 The Black City below the Hill
“La nostalgie heureuse de Pointe-Saint-Charles”
PART TWO NEIGHBOURHOOD DISPLACEMENT
4 Race and Urban Renewal
5 Industrial Ruination
6 The Gentrifying Canal
“Then and Now: Three Residents of Point Saint-Charles,” a photo art project
PART THREE THE POLITICS OF PLACE
7 Mobilizing Community
8 The Burgz
“Wants and Needs”
Conclusion
Tables and Figures
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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