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  Volume 64, Number 3, September 2012

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Race, Empire, and the Crisis of the Subprime

Edited by Paula Chakravartty and Denise Ferreira da Silva

Race, Empire, and the Crisis of the Subprime


pp. v-vii

Accumulation, Dispossession, and Debt: The Racial Logic of Global Capitalism—An Introduction

pp. 361-385

Debt, Discipline, and Empire

Debt, Power, and Crisis: Social Stratification and the Inequitable Governance of Financial Markets

pp. 387-409

The Uses of Asianization: Figuring Crises, 1997-98 and 2007-?

pp. 411-436

A Tale of Two Gulfs: Life, Death, and Dispossession along Two Oil Frontiers

pp. 437-467

Debt and Discipline

pp. 469-494

The Cultures of Neoliberalism: Contesting the Pathologies of Debt

Gambling with Debt: Lessons from the Illiterate

pp. 495-513

Realty Reality: HGTV and the Subprime Crisis

pp. 515-542

Coloring in the Bubble: Perspectives from Black-Oriented Media on the (Latest) Economic Disaster

pp. 543-570

The Postracial Urban: Security, Space, and Resistance

Blues Geographies and the Security Turn: Interpreting the Housing Crisis in Los Angeles

pp. 543-570

New Racial Meanings of Housing in America

pp. 571-604

Welcome to My Cell: Housing and Race in the Mirror of American Democracy

pp. 605-624

The Black Mohicans: Representations of Everyday Violence in Postracial Urban America

pp. 625-651



pp. 679-683

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