Table of contents for Evil paradises : dreamworlds of neoliberalism / edited by Mike Davis and Daniel Bertrand Monk.

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Introduction TK
1. Dreamland by Timothy Mitchell
2. Arg-e Jadid: A California Oasis in the Iranian Desert by
Marina Forti
3. Fear and Money in Dubai by Mike Davis
4. A Small Chunk of Hell on Earth by Anthony Fontenot and
Ajmal Maiwandi
5. Delirious-Beijing: Euphoria and Despair in the Olympic
Metropolis by Anne-Marie Broudehoux
6. "Palm Springs": Imagineering California in Hong Kong by
Laura Ruggeri
7. Johannesburg: Of Gold and Gangsters by Patrick Bond
8. "Nueva Managua": The Disembedded City by Dennis Rodgers
9. Becoming Bourgeois: (Postsocialist) Utopias of Isolation
and Civilization by Judit Bodn r
10. "Extreme Makeover": Medellín in the New Millennium by
Forrest Hylton
11. The Most Unjust Country in the World by Emir Sader
12. Bunkering in Paradise (or, Do Oldsters Dream of Electric
Golf Cars?) by Marco d'Eramo
13. Careless People: It's the Real Housewives of Orange
County's World; The Rest of Us Just Live in It by Rebecca
Schoenkopf
14. "Hell is Other People": Ted Turner's Two Million Acres
by Jon Wiener
15. People Like Hicks: The Supreme Court Announces the Anti-
Urban City by Don Mitchell
16. Hubrispace: Personal Museums and the Architectures of
Self-Deification by Joe Day
17. Monastery Chic: The Ascetic Retreat in a Neo-liberal Age
by Sara Lipton
18. Floating Utopias: Freedom and Unfreedom of the Seas by
China Mi¿ville
19. Hives and Swarms: On the "Nature" of Neo-liberalism and
the Rise of the Ecological Insurgent by Daniel Bertrand Monk
Notes
Contributors
Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Capitalism -- History.
Neoliberalism -- History.
Social problems -- History.
Economic history -- 1990-.
Social history -- 1970-.