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This special issue presents work that examines the production of and challenges to poverty through political, economic, and cultural practices; illuminates the ways in which discourses on poverty and wealth have been shaped, controlled, and deployed; and suggests how scholars on the left might intervene in public debates on the production of poverty and wealth. The offerings vary from Seth Koven's "Dr. Barnardo's Artistic Fictions," which focuses on the "ragged child" in Victorian London, to "The Culture of the Informal Economy: Numbers Runners in Inter-War Black Detroit," by Victoria W. Wolcott.
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