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Information about Contributors vii Acknowledgments xv INTRODUCTION 1 Introduction Jean Hillier and Emma Rooksby 3 2 Habitus Pierre Bourdieu 27 POLITICS OF SPACE AND PLACE 3 Democracy and the Question of Power Ernesto Laclau 37 4 Politics: Territorial or Non-Territorial? Paul Hirst 51 5 Toleration and the Art of International Governance: How is it Possible to 'Live Together' in a Fragmenting International System? Grahame F. Thompson 67 6 Which Kind of Public Space for a Democratic Habitus? Chantal Mouffe 93 7 Metropolitan Liberalism and Colonial Autocracy Barry Hindess 101 8 Govermentality and Regional Economic Strategies Joe Painter 115 PROCESSES OF PLACE-MAKING 9 Mind the Gap Jean Hillier 143 10 Place, Identity and Governance: Transforming Discourses and Practices Patsy Healey 173 11 Difference, Fear and Habitus: A Political Economy of Urban Fears Leonie Sandercock 203 12 Spectral Cities: Where the Repressed Returns and Other Short Stories Steve Pile 219 13 Crime and the Design of the Built Environment: Anglo- American Comparisons of Policy and Practice Ted Kitchen and Richard H. Schneider 241 14 The Silent Complicity of Architecture Kim Dovey 267 15 Belonging: Towards a Theory of Identification with Space Neil Leach 281 DECOLONISING SPATIAL HABITUS 16 Placemaking as Project? Habitus and Migration in Transnational Cities John Friedmann 299 17 Enduring Landscape, Changing Habitus: The Sa'dan Toraja of Sulawesi, Indonesia Roxana Waterson 317 18 The Endurance of Aboriginal Women in Australia Fay Gale 339 19 Belonging, Naming and Decolonisation Val Plumwood 353 CONCLUSION 20 Conclusion Jean Hillier and Emma Rooksby 377 INDEX 387