Infrastructure as Space : Development and its (Dis)contents (MARG Vol 71 No 1)
Edited by Himanshu Burte
TBD00070 | PB | pp. 140 | 2019 | Marg
This issue of Marg takes a look at the rapid growth of big infrastructure in India and issues related to the changing urban landscape.
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The construction of big infrastructure has accelerated in India in the last couple of decades. The questionable social, economic and environmental logic of many major projects suggests that this is the age of an infrastructure fetish. The opening essay uses this idea to think about the new spaces that are being produced across landscapes and within cities. It offers a useful common frame of reference for examining the contemporary “development” paradigm from diverse perspectives concerned with heritage and conservation, urban subsistence and livelihoods, and coastal citizenship among others.
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