By Stephanie Hemelryk Donald
1. creation: tactics of Cosmopolitanism and Parochialism Stephanie Hemelryk Donald, Eleonore Kofman and Catherine Kevin 2. Strangers as buddies within the Cosmopolis: New Migrants in London, variety and position Panos Hatziprokopiou three. Conflicting Mobilities: Cultural variety and town Branding in Berlin Kira Kosnick. Branding town: promoting Contradiction for worldwide virtue four. London's Chinatown: Branded position or group house? Rosemary revenues, Alessio d'Angelo, Xiujing Liang and Nicola Montagna five. residing and Making the Branded urban and its Contradictions: expert european Migrants in Manchester Paul Kennedy 6. figuring out Cultural Quarters in Branded towns Simon Roodhouse. proposal of town: Cinematic Futures and the Grounds of the current 7. London Undead: Screening/Branding the Empty urban Christoph Lindner eight. Branding the Modernist city: The everlasting urban and town of lighting fixtures in Cinema after global struggle Mark Shiel nine. Nantes's Atlantic challenge invoice Marshall. kinfolk Histories: The Remembered urban 10. Stripes and My kingdom or, On no longer Being at domestic Stephanie Hemelryk Donald eleven. Cosmopolitanism with Roots: The Jewish Presence in Shanghai ahead of the Communist Revolution and as model within the New city Andrew Jakubowicz 12. A los angeles Mode: The Cosmopolitan and the Provincial Yi Zheng. Coda thirteen. Cosmopolitanism, Branding and the general public Realm Jeff Malpas
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Despite the fact that city officials aim to brand it as a cosmopolitan world city, and thus have to present ethnocultural diversity as an asset, the actual composition of Berlin’s immigrant population is much more difficult to exploit for marketing purposes than that of cities such as Frankfurt, for example, with its large numbers of highly qualified expatriates working in the banking sector. MULTICULTURALISM AND COSMOPOLITANISM What is the purchase that cultural institutions, commercial-interest coalitions, and city representatives hope to gain from promoting Berlin as a cosmopolitan city?
Lucas) 24 Panos Hatziprokopiou London is . . very cold . . you never talk to neighbors . . people move very often and you fi nd that your neighbor changes every three months. . This kind of individual life is the thing that sets people apart. . Here lots of things are very formal, you have to set up appointments for everything. . When we came . . we had that image of London maybe of the 70s or 60s . . world class, aristocratic, very clean, very organized, very polite everyone, shiny.
One may talk of a small but vibrant community, whose presence is particularly noticeable on Blackstock Road, just across from the station to the east, where numerous ethnic businesses are concentrated (cafes, patisseries, groceries) and men “hang out” in the street, alone or in small groups: Because we are based at the heart of our community . . if you go just to Blackstock Road . . you see the people congregate and hang around this area. . Finsbury Park is a main area, because . . if you walk in Blackstock Road, you will see many Algerian and North African shops 20 Panos Hatziprokopiou .