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100 1  Meissner, Miriam.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n2015046698 
245 10 Narrating the global financial crisis :|burban imaginaries
       and the politics of myth /|cMiriam Meissner. 
264  1 Cham, Switzerland :|bPalgrave Macmillan,|c[2017] 
300    1 online resource (xii, 252 pages). 
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490 1  Palgrave Studies in Globalization, Culture and Society 
502    |bPh. D.|cUniversiteit, Amsterdam|d2015 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Narrating the Global Financial Crisis; Acknowledgements; 
       Contents; List of Figures; 1 Introduction: Myths of 
       Finance and the City; Portraying Finance; 
       Financialization; Mapping Myth; 2 Mythical Crisis 
       Perspectives; Myth and Economics; Myth and Crisis; Myth 
       and Finance; Myth and Form; Myth and Cities; 3 Setting the
       Scene: Financial Spaces and Architectures; Critical Theory
       and the Capitalist City; Critical Theory and the Late 
       Capitalist City; Setting the Scene: City Geometries; The 
       "Financial Gaze": Urban Panorama Shots; Skyline 
       Speculations; Skyscraper Ambivalence; Facade Perplexities.
505 8  Present Absences in the CityNotes; 4 Figuring Flows: Urban
       Transport Myths of Trading; The New Spirit of Finance 
       Capitalism; The "Subway Pitch"; Subway Mythologies; A 
       "Limology" of Flows; Capital Cosmologies; Flow Sacrifices;
       5 Dwelling in Times of Financialization: Dreams, Ruins, 
       Escapism; American Dreams of Dwelling; Chronotopes of 
       Capital; Ruins, New Ruins, Mini Ruins; Dwelling Escapism; 
       Dwelling Deficiencies; 6 Specters of Finance and the Black
       Box City; Specters of Finance; Black Box Cities; Black Box
       Myths; Urban Hauntings of Financialization; Notes. 
505 8  7 Conclusion: Financialization, Spectral Absence and the 
       Politics of MythNote; Bibliography; Index. 
520    Using examples from film, literature and photography, this
       book analyzes how the Global Financial Crisis is portrayed
       in contemporary popular culture. In particular, the book 
       explores why particular urban spaces, infrastructures and 
       aesthetics - such as skyline shots in the opening credits 
       of financial crisis films - recur in contemporary crisis 
       narratives. Why are cities and finance connected in the 
       cultural imaginary? Which ideologies do urban crisis 
       imaginaries communicate? And, how do these imaginaries 
       relate to the notion of crisis? To consider these 
       questions, the book reads crisis narratives through the 
       lens of myth. It combines perspectives from cultural, 
       media and communication studies, anthropology, philosophy,
       geography and political economy to argue that the concept 
       of myth can offer new and nuanced insights into the 
       structure and politics of popular financial crisis 
       imaginaries. In so doing, the book also asks if, how and 
       under what conditions urban crisis imaginaries open up or 
       foreclose systematic and political understandings of the 
       Global Financial Crisis as a symptom of the broader 
       process of financialization. 
588 0  Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed 
       June 8, 2017). 
650  0 Financial crises.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
       sh89002668 
650  0 Sociology, Urban.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
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776 08 |iPrint version:|aMeissner, Miriam.|tNarrating the global 
       financial crisis.|dCham : Palgrave Macmillan, Springer 
       International Publishing AG, [2017]|z9783319454108
       |w(OCoLC)991612533 
830  0 Palgrave studies in globalization, culture and society.
       |0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2017098017 
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