Date and time
Monday 18th October 2010
Room G07, Pearson Building, Gower Street, UCL.
Its just to the left as you enter the main UCL quadrangle off Gower Street. Please ask in the Porter’s Lodge if you have dificulties accessing the building. See: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/locations/ucl-maps/map2_hi_res
Governing African Cities
Garth Myers (Kansas University)
In this paper, I discuss governance, service delivery and justice as they have been debated in African cities, examining neoliberal, materialist, and post-structuralist approaches in the literature. I highlight how good governance and social justice concerns play out on the ground in service delivery in several settings, and then in a longer case study on Zanzibar. Ultimately, I am suggesting that we may need to change the map of discussions about governance in urban studies toward nuanced empirical