By Lise Nelson, Joni Seager
A spouse to Feminist Geography captures the breadth and variety of this bright and great box. It indicates how feminist geography has altered the panorama of geographical inquiry and data because the Seventies, reframing basic techniques throughout quite a number disciplines, together with structure, environmental stories, and geography. extra, it situates feminist geography in the context of geographical suggestion and inside interdisciplinary feminist debates.
The significant other, that includes individuals from around the globe, explores the varied literatures that include feminist geography at the present time, tracing the emergence of key debates within the box. the quantity displays a number of the websites and destinations from which feminist geographical research is being produced; and it contains a systematic evaluation of feminist contributions to significant sub-fields in geography, protecting either validated matters, similar to exertions, city, and environmental geography, and rising parts of scholarship, corresponding to the physique and the country.
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There are important issues to consider about the multiple genealogies of related concepts across languages and contexts, but these lie beyond the scope of this chapter. Our discussion slips between the third person (“women” as “they”) and the first person (“women” as “us”) in a way that reflects our argument about the contradictory positions invoked by the idea of paradoxical space. While we belong to the broad category of “women” about whom we write, we also take up a position apart from that category as we question its limits and meanings.
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A Companion to Feminist Geography (Blackwell Companions to Geography) by Lise Nelson, Joni Seager