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TitelUrban marginalities in the making of heritage and cities
Dnr3.2.2-5192-2016
MedelsförvaltareGöteborgs Universitet
InstitutionInstitutionen för Kulturvård
ProjektledareFeras Hammami
Programperiod2017-2021
FoU temaKulturarv och hållbar utveckling
UndertemaKulturarv, mobilitet och inkludering
Beviljat belopp
AnslagsårBelopp 
2017 906 550
20181 075 936
2019 993 807
Kortfattat syfte
This project will investigate the role that ‘heritage’ may play in originating and appropriating various forms of urban change and marginality. The urbanisation processes in Gothenburg will be analysed to make direct contribution to the current debates on ‘inclusive heritage’ and “equal and sustainable cities”.
Sammanfattning
Cities have always been in constant change due to urbanization, migration and other forms of societal transformations. These changes do not only impact people’s social networks and everyday life but also the density, proximity, mobility, temporality and diversity of urban conditions. While these changes are often debated as inevitable and vital for modernisation, several scholars explain how these changes can fiercely exclude, alienate or displace people following issues of income, ethnicity, class or territoriality. This project sheds light on the role that heritage may play in appropriating these changes, and generating various forms of urban marginality that are overlooked.
Summary
Cities have always been in constant change due to urbanization, migration and other forms of societal transformations. These changes do not only impact people’s social networks and everyday life but also the density, proximity, mobility, temporality and diversity of urban conditions. While these changes are often debated as inevitable and vital for modernisation, several scholars explain how these changes can fiercely exclude, alienate or displace people following issues of income, ethnicity, class or territoriality. This project sheds light on the role that heritage may play in appropriating these changes, and generating various forms of urban marginality that are overlooked.