xxix, 258 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction: immigration and the spatial politics of scale The spatial politics of race and gender Alma Mater: the architecture of an interethnic social politics Limiting the laboring: industrial restructuring and the new migration Extracomunitari in post-Fordist Turin Race, politics, and protest in the Casbah, or San Salvario, Africa Turin feminism: from workerism to interethnic gender alliance Making Alma Mater: gender, race, and other differences Conclusion: speaking subjects Epilogue: gender and globalization at the G8 in Genoa, July 2001.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 219-236) and index.