Year of Publication
Arts and Sciences
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Dr. Richard Schein
This dissertation argues that urban neoliberal programs currently formulating in the Global South are unprecedented in historical México as well as in examined practices of gentrification and globalization. In this dissertation I specifically focus on the Programa de Rescate – an urban policy being amassed in México City’s Centro Histórico as a nexus of processes of gentrification, neoliberalization, and globalization. This work re-theorizes how gentrification functions when it is implemented in the Global South – as the neoliberalization of space.
Walker, David M., "GENTRIFICATION MOVES TO THE GLOBAL SOUTH: AN ANALYSIS OF THE PROGRAMA DE RESCATE, A NEOLIBERAL URBAN POLICY IN MÉXICO CITY'S CENTRO HISTÓRICO" (2008). University of Kentucky Doctoral Dissertations. Paper 654.