The bibliography for Realising the city: urban ethnography in Manchester brings together urban scholars and insight from infrastructure, security, sustainability, austerity, class, sexuality, creativity and, of course, Manchester’s past and present.
- “Airports and air-mindedness: spacing, timing and using the Liverpool Airport, 1929–1939.” Social & Cultural Geography 7 (3):343–363.
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Alfonso, Ana Isabel.
- “New Graphics for Old Stories: Representation of Local Memories through Drawings.” In Working images: Visual research and representation in ethnography. A.I. Alfonso, L. Kurti, and S. Pink, eds. London: Routledge.
2007.“Of urban entrepreneurs or 24-hour party people? City-centre living in Manchester, England”. Environment and Planning A 39:666–683.
- “Ethnicity and the multicultural city: living with diversity.” Environment and Planning A 34:959–980.
- “Collective culture and urban public space.” City 12(1):5–24.
- “Telescopic urbanism and the poor.” City 17(4):476–492.
Amin, Ash, Doreen B Massey, and Nigel J Thrift.
- Cities for the Many not the Few. Bristol: Policy Press.
Amit, Vared (ed).
- Realizing Community: Concepts, Social Relationships and Sentiments. London: Routledge
- “Data derivatives: on the emergence of a security risk calculus for our times.” Theory Culture Society 28:24–43.
- “Preemption, precaution, preparedness: anticipatory action and future geographies.” Progress in Human Geography 34(6):777–798.
- Imagined communities: Reflections on the growth and spread of nationalism. New York and London: Verso.
- “Choosing futures: Alva Myrdal and the construction of Swedish Futures Studies, 1967–1972.” Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis 51(2):pp. 277–295.
Andrews, David L.
- “Introduction: Situating Manchester United PLC.” In Manchester United: a thematic study. D.L. Andrews, ed. London: Routledge.
- The social life of things: Commodities in cultural perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Experiments in ethics. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
- “Qualitative Research—Unity and Diversity.” Forum: Qualitative Social Research 6(3):Art 26.
Auyero, Javier, Philippe Bourgois, and Nancy Scheper-Hughes (eds).
- Violence at the urban margins. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Bache, Ian, and Matthew Flinders.
- “Multi-Level Governance and British Politics.” In Multi-Level Governance I. Bache and M. Flinders, eds. Pp. 130–6. Buckingham: Open University Press.
- “The event in Deleuze.” Parrhesia 2:37–44.
Bain, Peter, and Phil Taylor.
- “Entrapped by the ‘electronic panopticon’? Worker resistance in the call centre.” New technology, work and employment 15 (1):2–18.
- “Workplace surveillance: an overview.” Labor History 51 (1):87–106.
- Mythologies. Paris: Editions du Seuil.
- Image, Music, Text. London: Harper Collins.
- “Smart cities, big data.” Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design (39):191–193.
- Simulacra and simulation. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
- Risk Society. Towards a New Modernity. London: Sage.
Bell, David, and Jon Binnie.
- “Authenticating queer space: citizenship, urbanism and governance.” Urban Studies 41(9):1807–1820.
- “What’s eating Manchester? Gastro-culture and urban regeneration.” Architectural Design 75(3):78–85.
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- “Gifted places: the inalienable nature of belonging in place.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 32(4):658–671.
Beynon, Huw, Diane Elson, David Howell, Jamie Peck, and Linda Shaw.
- “The remaking of economy and society: Manchester, Salford and Trafford 1945–1992.” Manchester International Centre for Labour Studies. Working Paper 1.
Bezerra, George CL, and Carlos F Gomes.
- “The effects of service quality dimensions and passenger characteristics on passenger’s overall satisfaction with an airport.” Journal of Air Transport Management 44:77–81.
Binnie, Jon, and Beverley Skeggs.
- “Cosmopolitan knowledge and the production and consumption of sexualized space: Manchester’s gay village.” The Sociological Review 52:39–61.
Binnie, Jon, and Gill Valentine.
- “Geographies of sexuality-a review of progress.” Progress in Human Geography 23(2):175–187.
- “Governing Ourselves: Citizen Participation and Governance in Barcelona and Manchester.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 34(1):130–145.
Blok, Anders, and Ignacio Farias.
- Urban Cosmopolitics: Agencements, Assemblies, Atmospheres. Routledge.
- “Bricks, mortar, memories: Neighbourhood and networks in collective acts of remembering.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 25(2):268–283.
- The Unknown City: Contesting Architecture and Social Space: a Strangely Familiar. London: Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
- “On musical mediation: Ontology, technology and creativity.” Twentieth-century music 2 (01):7–36.
Borup, Mads, Nik Brown, Kornelia Konrad, and Harro Van Lente.
- “The sociology of expectations in science and technology.” Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 18(3/4):285–298.
- Manchester DisUnited: trouble and takeover at the world’s richest football club 2nd ed. Aurum Press Ltd.
- “Symbolic power.” Critique of Anthropology 77(4).
- In search of respect: selling crack in El Barrio. Volume 10. Cambridge Cambridge University Press.
Bramley, Warren, and Ra Page.
2009Original Modern. Manchester: Marketing Manchester.
Brenner, Neil, and Christian Schmid.
- “Towards a new epistemology of the urban?” City 19(2–3):151–182.
- “‘Manchester is red?’, Manchester United, fan identity and the ‘Sport City’.” In Manchester United: a thematic study. D.L. Andrews, ed. Pp. 175–190. London: Routledge.
Brown, Nik, and Mike Michael.
- “A sociology of expectations: retrospecting prospects and prospecting retrospects.” Technology Analysis and Strategic Management 15(1):3–18.
Brown, Nik, Brian Rappert, and Andrew Webster (eds).
- Contested Futures: A Sociology of Prospective Techno-Science. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Buffel, Tine, and Chris Phillipson.
- “Negotiating urban space: contested generational and ethnic boundaries.” In Intergenerational Space. N.W. Robert Vanderbeck, ed. London: Routledge
Buffel, Tine, Chris Phillipson, and Thomas Scharf.
- “Ageing in urban environments: Developing ‘age-friendly’ cities.” Critical Social Policy 32(4):597–617.
Burgess, Jacquelin, Andy Stirling, Judy Clark, Gail Davies, Malcolm Eames, Kristina Staley, and Suzanne Williamson.
- “Deliberative mapping: a novel analytic-deliberative methodology to support contested science-policy decisions.” Public Understanding of Science 16:299–322.
Burrows, Roger, and Nicholas Gane.
- “Geodemographics, software and class.” Sociology 40 (5):793–812.
- The Laws of the Markets. Oxford: Blackwell.
Callon, Michel, Yuval Millo and Fabian Muniesa.
- Market devices. (Sociological Review monographs). Oxford: Blackwell.
- “‘I fell in love with Carlos the meerkat’: Engagement and detachment in human–animal relations.” American Ethnologist 37(2):241–258.
- “From dangerousness to risk.” In The Foucault Effect: Studies in Governmentality with Two Lectures by and an Interview with Michel Foucault. G. Burchell, C. Gordon, and P. Miller, eds. Pp. 281–298. London: Harvester Wheatheaf Publishing, pp. 281–298.
Cefkin, Melissa (ed).
- Ethnography and the Corporate Encounter: Reflections on Research in and of Corporations (Studies in public and applied anthropology; Vol. 5). New York: Berghahn.
Coaffee, Jon, David Murakami Wood and Peter Rogers.
- The Everyday Resiliance of the City. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.
- Whatever happened to local government. Buckingham: Open University Press.
Cochrane, Allan, Jamie Peck, and Adam Tickell.
- “Manchester plays games: exploring the local politics of globalisation.” Urban Studies 33 (8):1319–1336.
Cochrane, Allan, Jamie Peck, and Adam Tickell.
- “Olympic dreams: visions of partnership.” In City of Revolution: Restructuring Manchester. J. Peck and K. Ward, eds. Pp. 95–115. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Cochrane, Allan and Ward, Kevin
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Colomb, Claire, and John Tomaney.
- “Territorial politics, devolution and spatial planning in the UK: Results, prospects, lessons.” Planning Practice & Research 31(1):1–22.
- “Performance studies: Interventions and radical research.” TDR/The Drama Review 46(2):145–156.
Cooper, Malcolm, and Faiza Shaheen.
- “Winning the battles but losing the war? Regeneration, renewal and the state of Britain’s cities.” Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal 2(2):146–151.
Corsín Jiménez, Alberto.
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Corsín Jiménez, Alberto, and Adolfo Estalella.
- “Ecologies in beta: the city as infrastructure of apprenticeships.” In Infrastructure and Social Complexity (eds) P Harvey, C B Jensen, A Morita, London: Routledge
- Imaginative horizons: An essay in literary-philosophical anthropology. Chicago; London: University of Chicago Press.
- “Manufacturing mammies: The burdens of service work and welfare reform among battered black women.” Anthropologica:273–288.
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de Certeau, Michel.
- The Practice of Everyday Life. Berkeley: University of California Press.
De Landa, Manuel.
- A new philosophy of society: Assemblage theory and social complexity. London: Continuum Publishing Group.
- “The search for territorial fixes in subnational governance: City-regions and the disputed emergence of post-political consensus in Manchester, England.” Urban Studies 51 (11): 2285–2314.
- Sensing Cities: Regenerating Public Life in Barcelona and Manchester. London: Routledge.
- “Socialising place attachment: place, social memory and embodied affordances.” Ageing and Society, 36(08)1645–1667.
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- Thousand plateaus: capitalism and schizophrenia. Volume 2: University of Minnesota Press.
Denny, Rita Mary Taylor and Sunderland, Patricia (eds).
- Handbook of anthropology in business. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
- “Manchester’s economy in a global context.” Manchester International Centre for Labour Studies Working Paper 3.
- “Living through gentrification: subjective experiences of local, non-gentrifying residents in Leith, Edinburgh.” Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 24(3):299–315.
- Purity and Danger: An analysis of concepts of pollution and taboo. London: Routledge.
Duneier, Mitchell, Philip Kasinitz, and Alexandra Murphy (eds).
- The urban ethnography reader. Oxford; New York: Oxford University
- Industrial ruins: Spaces, aesthetics and materiality. Oxford: Berg
- “Beyond the Boundary: A Consideration of the Expressive in Photography and Anthropology.” In Rethinking Visual Anthropology. M. Banks and H. Morphy, eds. New Haven; London: Yale University Press
Edwards, Jeanette, Gillian Evans, and Katherine Smith.
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- Urban assemblages: How actor-network theory changes urban studies. London: Routledge.
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Fielding, Steven, and Duncan Tanner.
- “The ‘Rise of the Left’ Revisited: Labour Party Culture in Post-War Manchester and Salford.” Labour History Review 71(3):211–233.
Fletcher Jr, Bill, and Fernando Gapasin.
- Solidarity divided: The crisis in organized labor and a new path toward social justice. Berkley and Los Angeles, California; University of California Press.
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- Cities and the creative class. New York: Routledge.
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- Street Corner Society: The Social Structure of an Italian Slum. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
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Freedberg, David, and Vittorio Gallese.
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- Art and agency: an anthropological theory. Oxford: Clarendon.
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- “Envisioning place: urban sociabilities within time, space and multiscalar power.” Identities ahead-of-print (2015): 1-16.
Graham, Stephen, and Simon Marvin.
- Splintering urbanism: Networked infrastructures, technological mobilities and the urban condition. London: Routledge.
Green, Sarah F.
- Urban Amazons Lesbian Feminism and Beyond in the Gender, Sexuality, and Identity Battles of London. Basingstoke: Macmillan.
Green, Sarah, Penny Harvey, Hannah Knox, Debbora Battaglia, Dorle Drackl, Mariane C Ferme, Martin Hand, Hans Wiklund, Sarah Green, and Penny Harvey.
- “Scales of place and networks: an ethnography of the imperative to connect through information and communications technologies.” Current anthropology 46 (5):805–826.
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