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Victoria Redclift

In: The SAGE Handbook of the 21st Century City

Chapter 27: Re-bordering Camp and City: ‘Race', Space and Citizenship in Dhaka

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Re-bordering Camp and City: ‘Race', Space and Citizenship in Dhaka
Re-bordering Camp and City: Race, Space and Citizenship in Dhaka
Victoria Redclift

The relationship between ‘race', space and citizenship has been a central feature of urban sociology since the studies of African-American urban segregation at the end of the nineteenth century (Du Bois, 1899; Haynes, 1913). It is typically associated with the study of the ‘ghetto’ or ‘ethnic enclave’ and with immigrant communities rather than displaced people or refugees. With a few notable exceptions (Sanyal, 2012; 2014) interest in forced migration on the other hand has been more commonly associated with refugee studies and development studies than urban studies or sociology. As such it has tended to consider citizenship through the ...

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