- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Environmental Justice, Urban Development, and Place Identity
- 3 Stories of Neighborhood Abandonment, Degradation, and Transformation
- 4 Holistic Community Reconstruction and Tactical Choices
- 5 Place Remaking through Environmental Recovery and Revitalization
- 6 Advancing Broader Political Agendas
- 7 Conclusion
- Appendix A Semistructured Interviews: Barcelona
- Appendix B Semistructured Interviews: Boston
- Appendix C Semistructured Interviews: Havana
- Appendix D Techniques for Data Analysis
- Appendix E Constructing Grounded Theory
- Neighborhood as Refuge
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