Benjamin, Solomon and Castronovo, Alioscia and Cavallero, Luci and Cielo, Cristina and Gago, Véronica and Guma, Prince and Gupte, Rupali and Habermehl, Victoria and Salman, Lana and Shetty, Prasad and Simone, AbdouMaliq and Smith, Constance and Tonucci, João (2022) 'Urban Popular Economies.', Public Culture, 34 (3 (98)). pp. 333-357.
What is a life worth living and how is it concretely actualized by an urban majority making often unanticipated, unformatted uses of the urban to engender livelihoods in a dynamic and open-ended process? This is the key question undertaken in this collectively written piece. This means thinking about work, paid and unpaid, in ways that highlight the everyday practices of urban inhabitants as they put together territories in which to operate, which sustain their imaginations of well-being as part of a process of being with others—in households, neighborhoods, communities, and institutions. What is it that different kinds of workers have in common; what links them; where does the household begin and end; what is the difference between productive and reproductive work?
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|Date deposited:||12 January 2023|
|Date of first online publication:||31 October 2022|
|Date first made open access:||12 January 2023|
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