57, 2005. Table of Contents.

Cover, Publication Guidelines, Contents page

Editors’ Introduction
Shirley Brooks, Bill Freund, i-iii 


The poor and the shop window: globalisation, a local political instrument in the South African city?
Claire Benit, Philippe Gervais-Lambony, 1-23 

Understanding environmental change in South African cities: a landscape approach
Zarina Patel, 24-40 

Suburbanisation, segregation, and government of territorial transformations
Alan Mabin, 41-63 

When in Rome: claiming the right to define neighbourhood character in South Africa’s suburbs
Richard Ballard, 64-87

Mapping the city space in current Zimbabwean and South African fiction
Irikidzayi Manase, 88-105 


Confronting Fragmentation: housing and urban development in a democratising society (review)
Alan Mabin, 106-108

Marja J Spierenburg (2004) Strangers, Spirits and Land Reforms: conflicts about land in Dande, Northern Zimbabwe (review)
John Blessing Karumbidza, 109-111

Norma Kriger (2003) Guerrilla Veterans in Post War Zimbabwe: symbolic and violent politics, 1980-1987 (review)
Mwangi Kagwanja, 112-115 

Notes on Contributors


In Raymond Suttner’s article in Transformation 55 (2004), the acknowledgements  were erroneously omitted.  This should have read as follows: The Friedrich Ebert Stiftung originally commissioned this paper. It has been substantially revised and extended. I am indebted to Peter Hudson, Nomboniso Gasa, Steven Friedman,Caroline Kihato, John Daniel, Adam Habib and Alan Emery for useful comments. Responsibility for the final product remains mine.