New journal article “Naked elites: unveiling embodied markers of superiority through co-performance ethnography in gentrified Brooklyn’s Park Slope”

A new journal article reflecting on performance as the paradigm-driven methodological tool to unveil the hidden, micro-strategies of elite reproduction in the super-gentrified neighborhood of Brooklyn’s Park Slope has now been published on Taylor & Francis Online.

Manzo, Lidia K.C. (2017). Naked elites: unveiling embodied markers of superiority through co-performance ethnography in gentrified Brooklyn’s Park Slope,” in Urban Geography, Vol. 0 , Iss. 0,0. ISSN: 0272-3638 (Print) 1938-2847 (Online). DOI: 10.1080/02723638.2017.1381535

The first 50 readers can get a free copy here‬
http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/yA6WbKjWSKjfwGr7zhWa/full ‬

“Naked elites: unveiling embodied markers of superiority through co-performance ethnography in gentrified Brooklyn’s Park Slope”
(c) Lidia K. C. Manzo in Urban Geography (2017)
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