Opening keynote by Loïc Wacquant
Ethnographies of urban marginality
- Javier Auyero – The state of the poor
- Kate Swanson – From the streets of Guayaquil to the streets of New York: the ironies of “zero tolerance” policing in the Americas
- Franck Poupeau – All along the (reflexive) watchtower: from “global ethnography” to multi-level analysis
Urban marginality in comparative and historical perspective
- Eduardo Marques – Latin American metropolises in comparative and historical perspective
- Fulong Wu – Marginalization in urban China: the role of the state
Urban marginality, welfare regimes and penal policies
- Sonia Arbaci- (Ethnic) residential segregation in European cities: are welfare regimes making a difference?
- Robert Fairbanks – The Illinois prisoner re-entry imperative: reform or redistribution?
- Susan Parnell – The key elements to constructing an urban welfare agenda in the Global South
Marginal zones and the state
- Tom Slater – “Welfare ghettos”? The neighbourhood effects basis of punitive welfare reforms in the UK
- Janos Ladanyi – Urban and rural ghettos in Hungary