Vol. 13 Nbr. 1, March - March 2013
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- Introduction: from Taboo to new Taboo.
- Youth, space, cities: toward the concrete.
- Students' bodily carvings in school spaces of the post-apartheid city.
- Sonic cartography: mapping space, place, race, and identity in an urban middle school.
- Structured spaces of play in a Southwestern U.S. urban elementary classroom: dialectics of community and academic rigor.
- Dreaming and surviving in heterotopia: first-generation immigrant girls' pursuit of the American dream in New York City.
- RicanStruction sites: race, space, and place in the education of DiaspoRican youth.
- 'Can we just get rid of the classroom?' Thinking space, relationally.
- Thinking spatially and moving towards the material: a essay on Seeking Spatial Justice by Edward Soja.