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This chapter examines the notion of planetary urbanization, from its roots in the work of Henri Lefebvre through to more recent scholarship. It aims to consider how migration is connected with urbanization; to pick through different ways of conceptualizing this relationship. By examining the urbanization–migration nexus closely it becomes possible to scrutinize the role that the migrant, both as figure of the imagination and actualized individual, plays in contemporary urbanization and to contemplate the degree whether they are victims of urbanization, active producers of the urban or both. This chapter also introduces what Mikhail Bakhtin would call the ‘real world’ ‘chronotopes of threshold’ that are increasingly characteristic of the contemporary urban experience for migrants. T chronotopes of expansive urbanization , it is suggested here, are expressions of breaks or crises in urban experience.
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