- Title Pages
- Series Foreword
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Relaxing Regulatory Controls: Vendor Advocacy and Rights in Mobile Food Vending
- 3 Decriminalize Street Vending: Reform and Social Justice
- 4 To Serve and to Protect: Food Trucks and Food Safety in a Transforming Los Angeles
- 5 Stuck in Park: New York City’s War on Food Trucks
- 6 Learning from New Orleans: Will Revising or Relaxing Public Space Ordinances Create a Just Environment for Street Commerce?
- 7 From Hippie to Hip: City Governance and Two Eras of Street Vending in Vancouver, Canada
- 8 Reflexive Food Truck Justice: A Case Study in CLiCK, Inc., a Nonprofit, Shared-Use Commercial Kitchen
- 9 The Spatial Practices of Food Trucks
- 10 Eating in the City: Fidel Gastro, Street Performance, and the Right to the City
- 11 Why Local Regulations May Matter Less Than We Think: Street Vending in Chicago and in Durham, North Carolina
- 12 Breach, Bridgehead, or Trojan Horse? An Exploration of the Role of Food Trucks in Montreal’s Changing Foodscape
- 13 Scripting the City: Street Food, Urban Policy, and Neoliberal Redevelopment in Vancouver, Canada
- 14 Atlanta’s Food Truck Fervor: Policy Impediments and Entrepreneurial Efforts to Expand Mobile Cuisine
- 15 Is It Local … or Authentic and Exotic? Ethnic Food Carts and Gastropolitan Habitus on Portland’s Eastside
- Food Trucks, Cultural Identity, and Social Justice
- Julian Agyeman, Caitlin Matthews, Hannah Sobel
- The MIT Press
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