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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANT204H1
Professor
Jeffrey Kopstein
Semester
Summer

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Transnational urbanism  This is a term coined by Michael P. Smith (in the 1990s) to think through the ways that “long distance – often trans-border – connections are increasingly organised through people leading lives that are lived in ‘two places at once’, lived both “here and there” (Smith, 2005b: 82 in Latham et al. 2009: 44)  Means that for some urban residents, ‘home’ has complex meanings that occupy more than one place;  Social relations in cities are now ‘stretc
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