International geographical union commission on gender and geography

:)


Download 119.5 Kb.
Date04.09.2017
Size119.5 Kb.
INTERNATIONAL GEOGRAPHICAL UNION


COMMISSION ON GENDER AND GEOGRAPHY
NEWSLETTER 39 NOVEMBER, 2007

MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR
Dear All,

Since this is the last newsletter for 2007 let me look back and forth on the Commission's activities this year. It was a very productive year for our Commission with two excellent meetings in two distinct parts of the world; In Zurich and In Taipei. In each of the meetings we not only discussed the direct themes of the meetings (Sustainable Public Spaces in Zurich and Transnational Lives in Taipei) but also managed to learn a lot about women's activities in these cities and regions and altogether they added a lot to our understanding of the extent to which gendered geographies develop, work and change in different cultural, political and social setups. I am happy to inform you that several publications will come out of these meetings so that a wider academic audience can benefit from the knowledge presented there. It’s a good opportunity to thank again Elisabeth Bühler and Nora Chiang for their excellent work in organizing the meetings in Zurich and Taipei.

Looking forward to the year 2008, we focus our efforts on the main IGU conference in Tunis on 12-15, August, 2008. This will most probably be the only meeting of the Commission next year. The conference website has already been setup (www.igc-tunis2008.com). The major issue concerning this conference is the very high registration fees (650 Euro for early bird) that doesn't allow many people to take part. This issue is now being discussed by the IGU President and Vice Presidents and the Tunisian local organizers and we are waiting to hear the results of their talks. As we decided in Brisbane 2006 and again in Taipei 2007, the Commission will not have a pre-meeting but will have its sessions in the main conference. Those of you who do submit abstracts to the Commission's sessions must select in the 'abstract submission form' the category 'Commissions' and than select our Commission and please send a copy of the abstract to me as well so that we can do a follow up (tobiws@post.tau.ac.il) .

I'd like to inform you that Ruth Fincher has agreed to submit her candidacy for the elections of the IGU Vice Presidents that will take part at the Tunis conference. There are 7 vacancies and we hope that Ruth will be one of those elected.

Last but not least, I'd like to thank Jan Monk for taking the initiation and scanning all the Commission's newsletters . It is possible to find them in the Commission's website. This is a good opportunity to thank Joos Droogleever Fortuijn our past Chair for her great job in keeping our website up to date.

I wish to send you seasonal greetings and a Happy New Year,

Tovi Fenster – Chair.
SUCCESSFUL COMMISSION SYMPOSIUM ON “SUSTAINABLE PUBLIC PLACES,” UNIVERSITY OF ZURICH
Between May 31- June 3 a highly successful symposium, organized for the Commission by Elisabeth Bühler addressed “Sustainable Public Places: Feminist Perspectives in Appropriation, Representations, and Planning of Public Spaces.” Over 50 participants, together with visiting students participated in paper sessions, a walking tour of Zurich, and a day-long field trip to examine historical gender relations in the Gotthard region of the Alps. Organized into eight sessions, speakers addressed diverse locations, especially in western Europe but also in eastern Europe, South Africa and Kenya, Argentina, the Caribbean, Indonesia and the US. In addition to the presentation of research findings on specific places, presentations took up methodological and theoretical concerns, emphasized challenging and resisting divisions between the “public” and “private” in space, and considered the gender effects of and implications for planning of public spaces.
The Alps field trip, led by geographer Verena Meier-Kruker and historian, Elisabeth Joris, offered not only spectacular scenes (and beautiful sunshine) in the Gotthard Region of the Alps, but opportunities to learn from local history displays of gender roles and relations in the region, particularly in the building of the Gotthard Tunnel, where work by women (including immigrant women) in providing local services such as

boarding houses, laundries, and bakeries , was an important and overlooked part of the history of the this major engineering work.


A detailed SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats) of the symposium is available on the Commission’s web site (http:www2.fmg.uva.nl/igu/gender). It highlights the value of such a well-organized, cohesive, and international event, the high quality of the papers, the variety of junior and senior participation, and the friendly, relaxed and cooperative atmosphere. Suggestions for improvements, (insofar as these are feasible) include more time for discussion in a packed program, efforts to secure more funding, especially for junior participants and those from low-income countries (always a challenge), and the dilemma of choosing between designing a conference that has all plenary sessions or organizing parallel sessions.

A selection of the papers is forthcoming in Geographica Helvetica (1, 2009), the Swiss journal of geography, in a special issue devoted to “Public spaces in pluralistic societies." (no 1, 2009), one a “state of the art” paper and four empirical studies selected by the conference organizer and journal editors. Discussions are underway to develop a book-length publication including other contributions.
NOVEMBER CONFERENCE ON “TRANSNATIONAL LIVES: FEMINIST PERSPECTIVES ON CITIZENSHIP, HOME, AND BELONGING
Under the leadership of Nora (Lan Hung) Chiang, the Commission is holding a symposium in Taipei, Novermber 23-26. The more than 20 presentations will emphasize the Asia-Pacific region, but also include presentations on and by scholars from other parts of the world. Local field trips include meetings with women’s organizations and a day-long scenic tour. A full report on the symposium will be included in the Spring, 2008 newsletter.
FEMINIST GEOGRAPHIES AROUND THE WORLD”

A special issue of Belgeo (2007/3) features papers that address the varying ways in which feminist geography has developed in an array of countries reflecting the contextualization of knowledge. Guest edited by Maria Dolors Garcia Ramon and Janice Monk, the papers were originally given at the symposium organized at the Autonomous University of Barcelona in February, 2006 which had as its goal an examination of and challenge to Anglo-American hegemony in the discipline. In addition to the editors’ introduction, which also draws on comments by multi-national round table panel at the symposium, papers included in the special issue address developments in feminist/gender studies in geography in Anglophone Sub-Saharan Africa (Mariama Awumbila), Argentina/Brazil (Diana Lan and Susana Veleda da Silva), France (Dominique Creton), the German-language geographies of Austria, Germany and Switzerland (Elisabeth Bühler and Karen Baechli), Hungary (Judit Timar), Singapore (Shirlena Huang and Brenda Yeoh), Spain (Fabia Diaz, Maria Dolors Garcia-Ramon and Anna Ortiz Guitart) the UK (Jo Little) and US (Altha Cravey). Full details on how to purchase copies of the journal will be sent in a separate email message.

COMMISSION’S NEWSLETTERS NOW ON WEB SITE
All issues of the IGU Gender Commission’s newsletters, beginning with No. 1, November 1988, are now available on the Commission’s web site, http://ww2.fmg.uva.nl/igu/gender (click on newsletters). Future newsletters will continue to be posted. Thanks to Susan Kaleita, graduate student in the Department of Geography and Regional Development, University of Arizona, who made pdf copies of all 38 back newsletters, and Joos Droogleever Fortuijn, University of Amsterdam, who had them uploaded. In addition to reporting on Commission events and news of feminist geographers’ activities, the newsletters include an extensive bibliography of publications on gender in geography over the last 20 years.

NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

Elisabeth Bühler gave an invited presentation “Gender in Geography: An Essential Basis of Analysis” at the 60th Anniversary of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic of the Serbian Academy of Sciences in Belgrade, September 24-25. She introduced important concepts in the field and illustrated them with results of her recent research in Switzerland on home, labour market, and welfare state. Elisabeth was invited by the Institute’s President, Marina Todovoric who had been able to attend the Commission’s Symposium in Zurich in June as a result of funding Elisabeth secured to support participation by three eastern European geographers. The Zurich meeting was Marina’s first opportunity to participate in an international feminist geography meeting. In addition to Elisabeth’s paper in Belgrade, two of the remaining 80 presentations dealt with gender themes: Mirjana Racevic on “Serbia: Transition from Abortion to Contraception or Not?” and by Ankica Kuborovic on “Socio-demographic characteristics of female and male population of central Serbia: Beginning of the first decade of 21st century.” The gender component in the event in Belgrade represented an innovation in Serbian geography

Congratulations to Janet Momsen on receiving the 2007 Edward Heath Award from the Royal Geographical Society for research on gender and the developing world. The award was presented at the Annual General Meeting of the Society in London, June 4, 2007. It recognizes her pioneering and sustained contributions. Janet was the founding chair of the IGU Commission on Gender and Geography (and the preceding Study Group) and also organized its first major conference in 1988 which resulted in her co-edited book Different Places, Different Voices: Gender and Development in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Janet retired from the University of California, Davis in November, having attained promotion to the highest level ever awarded to a woman geographer in the University of California system. She will be living in England and has been elected as a member of the International Gender Studies Group at Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford.


Amriah Buang has been commissioned by the Malaysia-based NAM (Non Alligned Movement Institute for the Empowerment of Women (NIEW) to conduct a study leading to the construction of data base on women’s empowerment in all the 118 NAM member countries, starting from 1st October 2007 through to the end of 2008.
Elisabetta Donini reports that the memory of the late Italian geographer, Anna Segre (Università de Torino) was honored at a conference dedicated to her in June, 2005 and publication of the book, Geografia, Società, Politica (Egidio Dansero et al.,eds). (see below). Through her research and her sociopolitical engagement, Anna deeply contributed to the development in Italy of a gender sensitive approach in environmental and geographical studies; she was also very interested in keeping in touch with the "gender and geography" international network. The third part of the book (p. 159-233) is focused on a gendered discussion of issues related to development, environment, space perception and cartography.

A very successful symposium on “Gender, Science and Technology: Vision for the 21st Century” was held at the 21st Pacific Science Congress, June 12-18 in Okinawa, Japan. The Congress was held in conjunction with a meeting of the Science Council of Asia where there was also a session on women, science, and family life. The next Pacific Science Congress will be in Tahiti, French Polynesia, in March 2009. Congratulations to Nancy Lewis, geographer and Director of Studies, East-West Center, Hawaii, on her election as Vice-President of the Pacific Science Association for a four-year term.

At the October meeting of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers (US), the Program Committee organized a special plenary session to celebrate and reflect on the 25th anniversary of the paper “On Not Excluding Half of the Human in Human Geography,” (The Professional Geographer, 32, 1982, 11-32) by Janice Monk and Susan Hanson. Panelists addressed the writing, reception, and impact of the article.
Congratulations to Tovi Fenster (Commission Chair) who has been named Head of Women and Gender Studies at the University of Tel Aviv, Israel. She took up this position (concurrent with her appointment in Geography) in August, 2007.
At the April 2007 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, 45 sessions were sponsored or co-sponsored by the Geographic Perspectives on Women Specialty Group. Sessions ranged over a wide ranfe of themes, for example, the politics of activist research, gendered post-socialism, perspectives on gender-water geographies, quantitative geographies: beyond the critical/analytical binarism, ethics and practice in feminist research, and states and subjectivities: interrogating social organization of economic practice. Additionally, panel discussions addressed aspects of the experiences of women geographers by focusing on topics including the women of color and early career women in physical geography. Several “author meets critics” sessions highlighted recent feminist books as did an exceptionally well attended wine and cheese reception at a local bookstore which featured books published in feminist geography over the last year.

Cindi Katz, who with co-editor, Nancy K. Miller has been awarded the Council of Editors of Learned Journals Phoenix Award for Significant Editorial Achievement for their co-editorship of Women's Studies Quarterly. Congratulations.

Information on current research by Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt (Australian National University) on gender and sustainable livelihoods in a coal-mining community in Indonesia can now be accessed online http://empoweringcommunities.anu.edu.au). The project is supported by the Australian Research Council.
Congratulations to Tracey Skelton who was promoted to a personal chair of Professor of Critical Geographies at Loughborough University (UK) in May 2007. Since July she has been on leave from Loughborough and is working in the Department of Geography at the National University of Singapore.

Congratulations to Maria Dolors Garcia Ramon (Autonomous University of Barcelona) who has been elected to membership in the prestigious interdisciplinary Institut d’Estudis Catalans, an honor reserved for scholars of distinction. For the lecture on May 21 to celebrate her induction to membership she presented some of her feminist, postcolonial research on women travelers: “ Exploració, Geografia I Estudis Postcolonials. Una Mirada de Génere sobre les Narratives de Viatges (Gertrude Bell, 1868-1926). She thinks this presentation was the first on gender given in this context before the Institut.


From October 9-11, the IGU Commission on the Cultural Approach in Geography held a conference at the University of Buenos Aires on “Cultural Aspects in Economic, Social and Political Geographies.” Two sessions on gender were included: “Sexualidades, Género y Construcción Cultural del Espacio” (Sexualities, Gender and the Cultural Constuction of Space and “Género, Trabajo y Subjectividades” (Gender, Work and Subjectivities).
NEW BOOKS

Aitchison, Cara, Peter Hopkins, and Mei-Po Kwan (eds). 2007. Geographies of Muslim Identities: Diaspora, Gender and Belonging. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Arunachahm, Jaya and U. Kalpagam (eds). 2007. Rural Women in South Asia. Japiur: Akhil Books.
Brooks, Ann. 2006. Gendered Work in Asian Cities: The New Economy and Changing Labor Markets. Burlington, VT: Ashgate.
Chant, Sylvia. 2007. Gender, Generation, and Poverty; Exploring the ‘Feminisation of Poverty’ in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Cheltenham, UK/Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar.
Cowley, Jillian P. 2006 The Mesa and the Moon: O'Keeffe, Landscape, and Gender"

Doctoral Dissertation - University of New Mexico, American Studies.


Dansero, Egidio, Giovanna Di Meglio, Elisabetta Donini, Francesca Governa (eds). 2007. Geografia, Società, Politica: La recerca in geografia come impegno sociale. Milano: Franco Angeli.
Desai, Madhavi. 2007. Gender and the Built Environment in India. Jaipur: Akhil Books.
dell'Agnese, Elena and Elisabetta Ruspini, eds, 2007. Mascolinità all'italiana.
Costruzioni, narrazioni, mutamenti. Torino: Utet/ .
Fechter, Anne-Meike and Anne Coles (eds). 2007. Gender and Family among Transnational Professionals . London and New York: Routledge. (International Studies of Women and Place Series).
Halford,, S. and L. Leonard. 2006. Negotiating Gendered Identities at Work: Place, Space and Time. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Herzig, Pascale. 2006. South Asians in Kenya: Gender, Generation and Changing Identities in Diaspora. Münster LIT Verlag.

Kindon, S, R. Pain,. and M. Kesby (eds). 2007. Participatory Action Research: Approaches and Methods: Connecting People, Participation and Place. London:

Routledge.


Ko, Dorothy and Wang Zheng. 2007. Translating Feminisms in China. Malden MA: Blackwell.

Longhurst, Robyn. 2007: Maternities: Gender, Bodies, Space. London and New York: Routledge. (International Studies of Women and Place Series)


Molina, Irene. 2006. Rompiendo Barrers: Género y Espacio en El Campo y La Ciudad.

Santiago de Chile: El Tercer Actor. (note: the book may be purchased from Librería Antarctica (ISBN 1235074)



(http://www.antarctica.cl/antarctica/Servlet/LibroServ?action=fichaLibro&id_libro=61978)
Monterescu. Daniel and Myenmar Tachilek (eds). 2007. Mixed towns, Trapped Communities: Historical Narratives , Spatial Dynamics, Gender Relations and Cultural Encounters in Palestinean-Israeli Towns. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Moss, Pamela and Karen Falconer Al-Hindi eds. 2007. Feminisms in Geography: Rethinking Space, Place, and Knowledges. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
Piper, Nicola (ed). 2007. New Perspectives on Gender and Migration: Livelihood, Rights, and Entitlements. London and New York: Routledge.
Samarasinghe, Vidyamali. 2007. Female Sex Trafficking in Asia. London and New York: Routledge (International Studies of Women and Place Series)

SPECIAL JOURNAL ISSUES

Wirtschaftsgeographie und Raumplanung 33 (2004) is a theme issues edited by Elisabeth Bühler and Verena Meier Kruker on Geschlecherforschung: Neue Impulse für die Geographie. Published at the University of Zürich-Irchel it includes an editorial introduction and four articles addressing the significance of gender for various areas of geography (political, work, migration and perspectives on dealing with difference.

Journal of Developing Societies 23 (1-2) is a special double issue on women and globalization.
A special issue of International Feminist Journal of Politics, 9(4) 2007 is devoted to the theme “Women and the Politics of Water: A Confluence of Women’s Voices.”
Social Science Quarterly 88 (5) December, 2007 focuses on gender and political issues. Articles span geographical scales and contexts, ranging from papers on the international (e.g., gender and sexual assault decisions at the International Criminal Court for the former Yugoslavia), to the women’s movement in Korea, gendering of municipal government, and political and civic participation among disadvantaged urban mothers.
Belgeo 2007 (3), guest-edited by Maria Dolors Garcia-Ramon and Janice Monk (see story above) includes papers and discussions from the seminar held at the Autonomous University of Barcelona in February, 2006. Full publication details will be included in the next newsletter.


RECENT ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
Alexander, C., N. Beale, M. Kesby, S. Kindon, J. McMillan, R. Pain and F. Ziegler. 2007. Participatory Diagramming: A Critical View from North East England. In Kindon, S. R. Pain and M. Kesby (eds) Participatory Action Research: Connecting People, Participation and Place. London: Routledge.
Bailey, Keiron. 2007. “Akogare, ideology, and ‘Charisma Man’ mythology: Reflections on ethnographic research in English language schools in Japan.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(5): 585-608.

Bain, Alison. 2007. “Claiming and controlling space: Combining heterosexual fatherhood with artistic practice.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(3): 249-65.

Balsamo, Franca. 2007. “Il territorio dell’altra.” In Dansero, Egidio, Giovanna Di Meglio, Elisabetta Donini, Francesca Governa (eds). 2007. Geografia, Società, Politica: La recerca in geografia come impegno sociale. Milano: Franco Angeli..
Beard, Victoria & Randi S. Cartmill 2007. “Gender, collective action and

participatory development in Indonesia.” International Development Planning Review,

29 (2): 185-214.
Blumen, Orna. 2007. “The performative landscape of going-to-work: on the edge of an Jewish ultr-orthodox neighbourhood.” Environment and Planning D/Society and Space 25(5): 803-31.
Blunt, Alison. 2007. “Cultural geographies of migration: Mobility, transnationality and diaspora.” Progress in Human Geography 31(5): 684-94.
Bosco, Fernando J. 2007. “Emotions that build networks: Geographies of human rights movements in Argentina and beyond.” Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 98(5): 545-63.
----. 2007. “Mother-activism and the geographic conundrum of social movements.” Urban Geography 28(5): 426-31.
Boswell-Penc, Maia and Kate Boyer. 2007. “Expressing anxiety? Breast pump usage in American wage workplaces. Gender, Place and Culture 14(5): 551-567.
Browne, Kath. 2007. “(Re) making the other: heterosexualizing everyday space.” Environment and Planning A 39(4): 996-1014.

Cahill, Caitlin. 2007. The personal is political: Developing new subjectivities through participatory action research.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(3): 267-92.

Calvo, Angela e Giovanna Di Meglio. 2007. “L’uso delle carte tematiche per una critica di genere al concetto di sviluppo. In Dansero, Egidio, Giovanna Di Meglio, Elisabetta Donini, Francesca Governa (eds). 2007. Geografia, Società, Politica: La recerca in geografia come impegno sociale. Milano: Franco Angeli. .

Carl, D., S. Kindon and K. Smith. 2007. “Tourists’ Experiences of the Landscapes in the Lord of the Rings, Tourism Geographies, 9(1), 49-63.


Chatterjee, Ipsita. 2007. “Packaging of identity and identifiable packages: A study of women-commodity negotiation through product packaging.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(3): 293-316.
Caudwell, Jane. 2002. “Queering the field: The complexities of sexuality within a lesbian-identified football team in England.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(2):183-196.
Cooke, Thomas J. and Melanie Rapino. 2007 “The migration of partnered gays and lesbians between 1995 and 2000.” The Professional Geographer 59(3): 285-97.
Cortesi, Gisella. 2007. “Ripensare lo sviluppo in un ‘ottica di genere.” In Dansero, Egidio, Giovanna Di Meglio, Elisabetta Donini, Francesca Governa (eds). 2007. Geografia, Società, Politica: La recerca in geografia come impegno sociale. Milao: Franco Angeli, pp. 169-82.
Cucurella A, M.D. Garcia- Ramon, and M. Baylina. 2006. "Gender, age and

design in a new public space in a Mediterranean town: the Parc dels Colors in Mollet del Valles." Euopean Spatial Research Policy, 13(2):181-94

Datta, Kavita. 2007. “’In the eyes of a child, a father is everything’: Changing constructions of fatherhood in urban Botswana.” Women’s Studies International Forum, 30(2): 97-113.

Davidson, Joyce. 2007.”’In a world of her own’?: Re-presenting alienation and emotion in the lives and writings of women with autism.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(6): 659-78.
Davidson, Julie and Elaine Stratford. 2007. 'En(gender)ing the debate about water's

management and care - views from the Antipodes', Geoforum, 38 (5) 815-827.


De Leeuw, Sarah. 2007. “Intimate colonialism: The material and experiential places of British Columbia’s residential schools.” The Canadian Geographer 51(3) 339-59.
De Meester, Edith, Clara H. Mulder and Joos Droogleever Fortuijn. 2007. “Time spent in paid work by women and men in urban and less urban contexts in the Netherlands.” Tijdschrift en Sociale en Economische Geografie 98(5): 585-602.
De Silva, Mary J, and Trudy Harpham. 2007. “Maternal social capital and childhood nutritional status in four developing countries. Health and Place 13(2): 341-55.
Desbiens, Caroline. 2007. “Speaking the land: Exploring women’s historical geographies in northern Québec.” The Canadian Geographer 51(3): 360-72.
Donini, Elisabetta. 2007. “Genere, sviluppo, territorio. Introduzione.” In Dansero, Egidio, Giovanna Di Meglio, Elisabetta Donini, Francesca Governa (eds). 2007. Geografia, Società, Politica: La recerca in geografia come impegno sociale. Milao: Franco Angeli,

Dua, Enakshi. 2007. “ Exclusion through inclusion: Female Asian migration in the making of Canada as a white settler nation.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(4): 445- 66.

Ellis, Mark, Richard Wright, and Virginia Park. 2007. Geography and the Immigrant Division of Labor.” Economic Geography 83(3) 255-82.
Fagnani, J. and A. Math. 2007. “Les récentes réformes de la politique familiale en Allemagne: de nouveaux horizons pour les femmes?” Droit social No.5: 630-636.
Fernández, Gastón. 2007. “Race, gender and class in the persistente of the Mariel stigma twenty years alter the exodus from Cuba.” International Migration Review, 41(2): 602-622.
Fulu, Emma. 2007. “Gender, vulnerability and the experts: Responding to the Maldives tsunami. Development and Change 38(5): 843-64.
García- Ramon, Maria Dolors. 2006. "Geografía del Género." In D. Hiernaux and A.Lindon (eds) Tratado de Geografía Humana. 337-55. Barcelona/México: Anthropos

Universidad Autónoma de México.


----. 2007. "Aurora Bertrana en el Protectorado de Marruecos" Boletín de la Sociedad Geográfica Española, 26, 90-99.
Gentileschi, Maria Luisa. 2007. Riflessioni su alcune esperienze di progetti per lo sviluppo rivolti alle donne in Paesi dell’Africa arida.” In Dansero, Egidio, Giovanna Di Meglio, Elisabetta Donini, Francesca Governa (eds). 2007. Geografia, Società, Politica: La recerca in geografia come impegno sociale. Milano: Franco Angeli.
George, Glynis R. 2007.”Interpreting Gender Mainstreaming by NGOs in India: A comparative ethnographic approach” Gender, Place and Culture 14(6) 679-

Gieseking, Jen. 2007. (Re)constructing women-scaled portrayals of privilege and gender norms on campus. Area 39(3): 278-86.

Gilbert, Anne-Françoise. 2004. “Erfahnung und Diskurs – Plädoyer für einen doppelten Blick auf qualitative daten in der Geschlechterforschung.” Wirtschaftsgeographie und Raumplanung 33: 5-20.
Gray, Mia and A. James. 2007. “Connecting gender and economic competitiveness; Lessons from Cambridge’s high tech regional economy.” Environment and Planning A 39 (2): 417-36.
Guelke, Jeanne Kay. 2007. “Mrs Gardner’s World: Scale in Mormon women’s autobiographical writing.” Area 39(3): 268-77.
Hale, Angela and Jane Wills. 2007. “Women Working Worldwide: Transnational networks, corporate social responsibility and action research.” Global Networks: 7(4): 453-76.
Hanson, Nancy and Chris Philo. 2007. “The normalities of doing things differently: Bodies, space and disability geography.” Tijdschrift voor Economische Geografie 98(4) 493-506.
Hanson, Susan and Janice Monk. 2007. “On Not Excluding… Redux.” In Karen Falconer Al-Hindi and Pamela Moss (eds) Feminisms in Geography: Rethinking Space, Place, and Knowledges. Lanham MD: Rowman and Littlefield. 60-67.

Herzig, Pascale und Marina Richter. 2004. “Von den ‘Achsen der Differenz’ zu den ‘differenzraümen; Ein Beitrag zur theoretischen Diskussion in der geografischen

Geschlechterforschung. Wirtschaftsgeographie und Raumplanung 33: 43-64.

Hume-Cook, G., T. Curtis, J. Potaka, A. Tangaroa Wagner, K. Woods and S.

Kindon .2007 “Uniting People with Place through Participatory Video: A

Ngaati Hauiti Journey.” In Kindon, S., R. Pain and M. Kesby (eds)


Participatory Action Research: Connecting People, Participation and Place. London: Routledge..

Imarisio, di Caterina Simonetta. 2007. “Il genere nella geografia accademica italiana.” In

Dansero, Egidio, Giovanna Di Meglio, Elisabetta Donini, Francesca Governa (eds). 2007. Geografia, Società, Politica: La recerca in geografia come impegno sociale. Milano: Franco Angeli..
Jackson, Peter, Nicola Thomas, and Claire Dwyer. 2007. “Consuming transnational fashion in London and Mumbai.” Geoforum 38(5): 908-24.
Johnson, Laura C., Jean Andrey and Susan M. Shaw. 2007. “Mr. Dithers comes to dinner: Telework and the merging of women’s work and home domains in Canada.”

Gender, Place and Culture 14(2): 141-161.
Judd, Ellen R. 2007. “No change for thirty years: The renewed questions of women’s land rights in rural China.” Development and Change 38(4): 689-710.
Kapoor, Dip. 2007. “Gendered-caste violations and the cultural politics of voice in rural Orissa, India.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(5): 609-16.

Katz, Cindi. 2007. “Me and my monkey: What’s hiding in the security state.” In M. Sorkin (Ed.) Indefensible Space: The Architecture of the National Insecurity State. New York: Routledge. (2007).


----. 2007. “Banal terrorism: Spatial fetishism and everyday insecurity.” In D. Gregory and A.Pred (Eds.) Violent Geographies Fear, Terror, and Political Violence. New York: Routledge.

----. 2006. “Replaying Reworking” (Response to review of Growing Up Global). Social and Cultural Geography 7(6): 1019-22.

----. 2006. “Los terrores de la hipervigilancia: Seguridad y nuevas espacialidades de la niñez,” Documents d’Anàlisi Geogràfica 47:15-29.
----. 2006. “Messing with ‘the Project’.” In N. Castree and D. Gregory (Eds.) David Harvey: ACritical Reader. Malden MA: Blackwell.
----. 2006. “Power, space, and terror: Social reproduction and the public Environment.” In S. Low and N. Smith (Eds.) The Politics of Public Space. New York: Routledge.
Kesby, M. S. Kindon and R. Pain. 2007. “Participation as a Form of Power: Retheorising Empowerment and Spatialising Participatory Action Research.” In Kindon, S. R. Pain and M. Kesby (eds) Participatory Action Research: Connecting People, Participation and Place. London: Routledge.
Kindon, S. R. Pain and M. Kesby. 2007. “Introduction: Connecting People,

Participation and Place.” In Kindon, S. R. Pain and M. Kesby (eds)



Participatory Action Research: Connecting People, Participation and Place. London: Routledge.

----. 2007. “Participatory Action Research: Origins, Approaches and Methods.” In Kindon, S. R. Pain and M. Kesby (eds) Participatory Action Research: Connecting People, Participation and Place. London: Routledge. .

Klauser, Francisco. 2007. “Difficulties in revitalizing public space in CCTV: street prostitution surveillance in the Swiss city of Olten.” European Journal of Urban and Regional Research 14: 337-48.

Kobayashi, Audrey and Valerie Preston. 2007. “Transnationalism through the life course: Hong Kong immigrants in Canada.” Asia Pacific Viewpoint 48(2): 151-67.

Koczberski, Gina.. 2007. “Loose fruit mamas: Creating incentives for smallholder women in oil palm production in Papua New Guinea.”. World Development 35(7): 1172-85.

Kurtz, Hilda E. 2007. “Gender and environmental justice in Louisiana: Blurring the boundaries of public and private spheres.” Gender, Place and Cuture 14(4): 409-26.

Kusakabe, Kyoko and Zin Mar Oo. 2007. “Relational places of ethnic Burmese women migrants in the borderland towns of Myanmar.” Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 28(3): 300-13.

Kwan, Mei-Po. 2007. “Mobile communications, social networks, and urban travel: Hypertext as a new metaphor for conceptualizing spatial interaction.” The Professional Geographer 59(4): 434-46.


Lahiri-Dutt, Kuntala. 2007. “Gender, Water and Law in India.” Working Paper,

http://rspas.anu.edu.au/maapd
Lee, Jo-Anne. 2007. “Gender, ethnicity and hybrid forms of community-based urban activism in Vancouver, 1957-1978: The Strathcona story revisited.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(4): 381- 408.
Leyshon, Michael and Catherine Brace. 2007. “Men and the desert: Contested masculinities in Ice Cold in Alex.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(2): 163-182.
Little, Jo. 2007. “Constructing nature in the performance of rural heterosexualities.” Environment and Planning D/Society and Space 25(5): 851-66.

Locher, Martina and Ulrike Müller-Böker. 2007. :But now men also listen to the women”. Women’s-development approach in the Kanchenjunga

Conservation Area Project, East Nepal.” Asiatische Studien/Etudes Asiatiques LXI (4):253-77.

Mackenzie, Fiona D. 2007. “Cultural geographies in practice: The story(ing) of Jessie of Balranald: Research encounters of a surprising kind.” Cultural Geographies 14 (3): 445-52.
MacLeavy, Julia. 2007. “Engendering New Labour's workfarist regime: Exploring the intersection of welfare state restructuring and labour market policies in the UK.” Gender, Place and Culure 14(6): 721-44.
Maddrell, Avril. 2007. “Teaching a contextual and feminist history through role play: Women’s membership of the Royal Geographical Society (1890-1893). Journal of Geography in Higher Education 31(3): 393-412.
Maltess, David and Laura Cameron. 2007. “Geographies of local life: Marietta Pallis and friends, Long Gores, Hickling, Norfolk.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 25(1): 75-103.
May, Jon, Paul Cloke and Sarah Johnson. 2007. “Alternative cartographies of homelessness: Rendering visible British women’s experiences of ‘visible’ homelessness.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(2): 121-140.
McKian, Sara. 2007. “What the papers say: Reading therapeutic landscapes of women’s health and empowerment in Uganda. Health and Place 14(1): 106-15.
Michel, Claudia. 2004. “Gleichheit und Differens: Positionen in der geografischen Geschlechterforschung am Beispeil der Globalisierungsdiskurse der Schweizer Frauenorganisationen. Wirtschaftsgeographie und Raumplanung 33: 65-86.

Mills, Amy. 2007. “Gender and mahalle (neighborhood space in Istanbul.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(3): 225-354.

Millward, Liz. 2007. “New Xenaland: Lesbian place making, the Xenaverse, and Aotearoa New Zealand. Gender, Place and Culture 14(4): 427- 44.

Monk, Janice and Judy Olson. 2007. “In Memoriam: Mildred Berman, 1926-2000.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 97(3), 2007, 633-40.


Muller, Tiffany K. 2007. “Liberty for all? Contested spaces of women’s basketball.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(2): 197-213.
Ortiz Guitart, Anna and Cristobal Mendoza. 2007. “Mujeres expatriadas en México:

trabajo, hogar y vida cotidiana,” Migraciones Internacionales, 4 (2):. 5-32.

(Migraciones Internacionales is a journal published in El Colegio de la Frontera

Norte, in Tijuana, Mexico).


Pallot, Judith. 2007. Gde muzh, tam zhena (Where the husband is, so is the wife): Space and gender in post-Soviet penality. Environment and Planning A 39(3): 570-89.
Pain, R Kesby M. and S. Kindon, 2007. “Concluding Remarks and Future Directions: The Space(s) and Scale(s) of and for Participatory Action

Research.” In Kindon, S., R. Pain and M. Kesby (eds) Participatory Action



Research: Connecting People, Participation and Place. London: Routledge.

Pain, R. M. Kesby and S. Kindon. 2007 “Participatory Action Research: Making

a Difference to Theory, Practice and Action. In Kindon, S., R. Pain and M. Kesby (eds) Participatory Action Research: Connecting People, Participation and Place. London: Routledge.

Pain, R. and S. Kindon (2007) Participatory Geographies. Guest Editorial in Special Issue of Environment and Planning A, 39.

Pratt, Geraldine. 2007. “Commentary in femicide, radical conservatism and the geography of protests in northern Mexico.” Urban Geography 28(5): 432-35.
Raghuram P and C. Madge. 2007. “Feminist theorising as practice.” In Karen Falconer Al-Hindi and Pamela Moss (eds) Feminisms in Geography: Rethinking Space, Place and Knowledges. Lanham MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
Robertson, Lesley. “Taming space: Drug use, HIV, and homemaking in Downtown Eastside Vancouver.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(5): 527-49.
Robinson, Jude and Andrew J. Kirkaldy. 2007. “Disadvantaged mothers, young children and smoking in the home: Mothers; use of pace within their homes.” Health and Place 13(4): 894-903.
Robinson, Kathryn. 2007. “Marriage migration, gender transformations and family values in the global ecumene.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(4): 483- 98.

Ruddick, Sue. 2007. “At the horizons of the subject: Neo-liberalism, neo-conservatism and the rights of the child.Part I: from ‘knowing’ fetus to ‘confused’ child.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(5): 513-26.


----.2007. At the Horizons of the Subject: Neo-liberalism, neo-conservatism and the rights of the child. Part Two: Parent, caregiver, state.” Gender, Place and Culture 14 (6): 627- 40
Schulten, Susan. 2007. “Emma Willard and the graphic foundations of American history.” Journal of Historical Geography 33(3) 42-64.

Schwanen, Tim. 2007. “Gender differences in chauffeuring children among dual-earner families.” The Professional Geographer 59 (4): 447-62.

Scott, Steffanie and Truong Thi Kim Chuyen. 2007. “Vietnam: Traditional approaches and emerging trajectories.” Women’s Studies International Forum 3o(3): 243-53.
Surgeoner, Joanna. 2007. A Feminist Literary Cartography of the Canadian North: Women, writing and place in Aritha van Herk's Places Far From Ellesmere.” Gender, Place and Culture, 14(6): 641- 58.
Swanson, Kate. 2007. “’Bad mothers’ and ‘delinquent children’: Unravelling anti-begging rhetoric in the Ecuadorian Andes.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(6): 703-20.
Ruwanpura, Kanchana. 2007. “Awareness and action: The ethno-gender dynamics of Sri-Lankan NGOs.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(3):317-333.
Schier, Michaela und Anne von Streit. 2004. “Perspektivenwechsel: Die Konzepte “Alltag” und “Biographie” zur Analyse von Arbeit in der geographischen Geschlechterforschung.” Wirtschaftsgeographie und Raumplanung 33: 31-42.
Schwanen, Tim, Dick Ettema, and Harry Timmerman, 2007. “If you’ll pick up the children, I’ll do the groceries: spatial differences in between-partner interactions in out-of-home household activities.” Environment and Planning A 39(11): 2754-73.
Secor, Anna. 2007. “Between longing and despair: State, space and subjectivity in Turkey.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 25(1):33-52.

Sharp, Joanne. 2007. “Geography and gender: Finding feminist political geographies.” Progress in Human Geography, 31: 381-87.

Starkweather, Sarah. 2007. “Gender perceptions of safety and strategic responses among Ohio university students.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(3): 366-370.

Thomas, Nicola J. 2007. “Embodying imperial spectacle: Dressing Lady Curzon, Vice-reine of India (1899-1905). Cultural Geographies 14(3) 369-400.
Timár Judit. 2007 “Határtalan határok: a határok mint társadalmi konstrukciók.” (Innumerable borders: boundaries as social products) In: Timár J. (szerk.) Határkonstrukciók magyar-szerb vizsgálatok tükrében. Békéscsaba: MTA RKK ATI

Békéscsabai Osztály, pp. 70-80


----. “Társadalmi nemek, aprófalu- és közösségtanulmányok. (Gender, small

villages and community studies.)” In: Kovács É. (szerk.)Kozösségtanulmány. Módszertani jegyzet. Budapest-Pécs: Néprajzi Múzeum - PTE-BTK Kommunikáció- és Médiatudományi Tanszék. pp. 115-133.

Wainwright, Emma W. 2007 “Detailing spaces and processes of resistance: Working

women in Dundee's jute industry” Geoforum, 38 (4) 688-697.
----. . 2007. “Constructing Gendered Workplace 'Types': the

weaver-millworker distinction in Dundee's jute industry c.1880-1910,”



Gender, Place and Culture, 14: 467-82.
Waitt, Gordon and Andrew Gorman-Murray. 2007. “Homemaking and mature age gay men ‘Down-Under’: Paradox, intimacy, subjectivities, spatialities, and scale.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(5): 569-84.
Walsh, Katie. 2007. “It got very debauched, very Dubai: Heterosexual intimacy amongst single British expatriates.” Social and Cultural Geographies 8(4): 501-33.

Wang, Hong-zen. 2007. “Hidden spaces on resistance in the subordinated: Case studies from Vietnamese female migrant partners in Taiwan.” International Migration Review 41(3): 706-727.

Whitzman, Carolyn.2007. “Stuck at the front door: gender, fear of crime and the challenge of creating safer space.” Environment and Planning A 39(11): 2715-32.
Wright, Melissa. 2007. “Urban Geography Plenary Lecture: Femicide, mother-activism and the geography of protest in northern Mexico.” Urban Geography 28: 401-25.

Wyly, Elvin K., Mona Atia, Elizabeth Lee, and Pablo Mendez. 2007. “Race, gender, and statistical representation: Predatory mortgage lending and the community reinvestment movement.” Environment and Planning A 39(9); 2139-66.






Share with your friends:
:)


The database is protected by copyright ©hestories.info 2019
send message

    Main page

:)