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The Resource A companion to feminist geography, edited by Lise Nelson & Joni Seager

A companion to feminist geography, edited by Lise Nelson & Joni Seager

Label
A companion to feminist geography
Title
A companion to feminist geography
Statement of responsibility
edited by Lise Nelson & Joni Seager
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ1233
LC item number
.C53 2005
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Nelson, Lise
  • Seager, Joni
Series statement
Blackwell companions to geography
Series volume
6
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Feminist geography
  • Women
  • Women
  • Women and city planning
  • Women and the environment
Label
A companion to feminist geography, edited by Lise Nelson & Joni Seager
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Audrey Kobayashi
  • A
  • bodily notion of research: power, difference, and specificity in feminist methodology
  • Pamela Moss
  • Transnational mobilities and challenges
  • Brenda S.A. Yeoh
  • PART II. WORK
  • Feminist analyses of work: rethinking the boundaries, gendering, and spatiality of work
  • Kim England,
  • Victoria Lawson
  • Introduction
  • Shea Butter, globalization, and women of Burkina Faso
  • Marlène Elias,
  • Judith Carney
  • Working on the global assembly line
  • Altha J. Cravey
  • From migrant to immigrant: domestic workers settle in Vancouver, Canada
  • Geraldine Pratt in collaboration with the Philippine Women Centre
  • Borders, embodiment, and mobility: feminist migration studies in geography
  • Rachel Silvey
  • The
  • Lise Nelson,
  • changing roles of female labor in economic expansion and decline: the case of the Istanbul clothing industry
  • Ayda Eraydin,
  • Asuman Turkun-Erendil
  • Female labor in sex trafficking: a darker side of globalization
  • Vidyamali Samarasinghe
  • Changing the gender of entrepreneurship
  • Susan Hanson,
  • Megan Blake
  • Gender and empowerment: creating "Thus far and no further" supportive structures. A case from India
  • Saraswati Raju
  • Joni Seager
  • PART III. CITY
  • Feminist geographies of the "city": multiple voices, multiple meanings
  • Valerie Preston,
  • Ebru Ustundag
  • Spaces of change: gender, information technology, and new geographies of mobility and fixity in the early twentieth-century information economy
  • Kate Boyer
  • Gender and the city: the different formations of belonging
  • Tovi Fenster
  • Urban space in plural: elastic, tamed, suppressed
  • Hille Koskela
  • PART I. CONTEXTS
  • Daycare services provision for working women in Japan
  • Kamiya Hiroo
  • Organizing from the margins: grappling with "empowerment" in India and South Africa
  • Richa Nagar,
  • Amanda Lock Swarr
  • Moving beyond "gender and GIS" to a feminist perspective on information technologies: the impact of welfare reform on women's IT needs
  • Melissa R. Gilbert,
  • Michele Masucci
  • Women outdoors: destabilizing the public/private dichotomy
  • Phil Hubbard
  • Situating gender
  • PART IV. BODY
  • Situating bodies
  • Robyn Longhurst
  • Bodies, state discipline, and the performance of gender in a South African women's prison
  • Teresa Dirsuweit
  • HIV/AIDS interventions and the politics of the African woman's body
  • Kawango Agot
  • British Pakistani Muslim women: marking the body, marking the nation
  • Robina Mohammad
  • Transversal circuits: transnational sexualities and Trinidad
  • Liz Bondi,
  • Jasbir Kaur Puar
  • PART V. ENVIRONMENT
  • Listening to the landscapes of Mama Tingo: from the "Woman question" in sustainable development to feminist political ecology in Zambrana-Chacuey, Dominican Republic
  • Dianne Rocheleu
  • Gender relations beyond farm fences: reframing the spatial context of local forest livelihoods
  • Anoja Wickramasinghe
  • The
  • new species of capitalism: an ecofeminist comment on animal biotechnology
  • Jody Emel,
  • Julie Urbanik
  • Joyce Davidson
  • Siren songs: gendered discourses of concern for sea creatures
  • Jennifer Wolch,
  • Jin Zhang
  • Geographic information and women's empowerment: a breast cancer example
  • Sara McLafferty
  • Performing a "global sense of place": women's actions for environmental justice
  • Giovanna Di Chiro
  • PART IV. STATE/NATION
  • Feminist political geographies
  • Eleonore Kofman
  • Anti-racist feminism in geogrpahy: an agenda for social action
  • Gender, race, and nationalism: American identity and economic imperialism at the turn of the twentieth century
  • Mona Domosh
  • Virility and violation in the US "War on Terrorism"
  • Matthew G. Hannah
  • Feminist geopolitics and September 11
  • Jennifer Hyndman
  • Love for sale: marketing gay male p/leisure space in contemporary Cape Town, South Africa
  • Glen S. Elder
  • Women's struggles for sustainable peace in post-conflict Peru: a feminist analysis of violence and change
  • Maureen Hays-Mitchell
Control code
54882139
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xvii, 617 p.
Isbn
9781405101868
Isbn Type
(hardback : alk. paper)
Lccn
2004007288
Other physical details
ill., maps
Label
A companion to feminist geography, edited by Lise Nelson & Joni Seager
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Audrey Kobayashi
  • A
  • bodily notion of research: power, difference, and specificity in feminist methodology
  • Pamela Moss
  • Transnational mobilities and challenges
  • Brenda S.A. Yeoh
  • PART II. WORK
  • Feminist analyses of work: rethinking the boundaries, gendering, and spatiality of work
  • Kim England,
  • Victoria Lawson
  • Introduction
  • Shea Butter, globalization, and women of Burkina Faso
  • Marlène Elias,
  • Judith Carney
  • Working on the global assembly line
  • Altha J. Cravey
  • From migrant to immigrant: domestic workers settle in Vancouver, Canada
  • Geraldine Pratt in collaboration with the Philippine Women Centre
  • Borders, embodiment, and mobility: feminist migration studies in geography
  • Rachel Silvey
  • The
  • Lise Nelson,
  • changing roles of female labor in economic expansion and decline: the case of the Istanbul clothing industry
  • Ayda Eraydin,
  • Asuman Turkun-Erendil
  • Female labor in sex trafficking: a darker side of globalization
  • Vidyamali Samarasinghe
  • Changing the gender of entrepreneurship
  • Susan Hanson,
  • Megan Blake
  • Gender and empowerment: creating "Thus far and no further" supportive structures. A case from India
  • Saraswati Raju
  • Joni Seager
  • PART III. CITY
  • Feminist geographies of the "city": multiple voices, multiple meanings
  • Valerie Preston,
  • Ebru Ustundag
  • Spaces of change: gender, information technology, and new geographies of mobility and fixity in the early twentieth-century information economy
  • Kate Boyer
  • Gender and the city: the different formations of belonging
  • Tovi Fenster
  • Urban space in plural: elastic, tamed, suppressed
  • Hille Koskela
  • PART I. CONTEXTS
  • Daycare services provision for working women in Japan
  • Kamiya Hiroo
  • Organizing from the margins: grappling with "empowerment" in India and South Africa
  • Richa Nagar,
  • Amanda Lock Swarr
  • Moving beyond "gender and GIS" to a feminist perspective on information technologies: the impact of welfare reform on women's IT needs
  • Melissa R. Gilbert,
  • Michele Masucci
  • Women outdoors: destabilizing the public/private dichotomy
  • Phil Hubbard
  • Situating gender
  • PART IV. BODY
  • Situating bodies
  • Robyn Longhurst
  • Bodies, state discipline, and the performance of gender in a South African women's prison
  • Teresa Dirsuweit
  • HIV/AIDS interventions and the politics of the African woman's body
  • Kawango Agot
  • British Pakistani Muslim women: marking the body, marking the nation
  • Robina Mohammad
  • Transversal circuits: transnational sexualities and Trinidad
  • Liz Bondi,
  • Jasbir Kaur Puar
  • PART V. ENVIRONMENT
  • Listening to the landscapes of Mama Tingo: from the "Woman question" in sustainable development to feminist political ecology in Zambrana-Chacuey, Dominican Republic
  • Dianne Rocheleu
  • Gender relations beyond farm fences: reframing the spatial context of local forest livelihoods
  • Anoja Wickramasinghe
  • The
  • new species of capitalism: an ecofeminist comment on animal biotechnology
  • Jody Emel,
  • Julie Urbanik
  • Joyce Davidson
  • Siren songs: gendered discourses of concern for sea creatures
  • Jennifer Wolch,
  • Jin Zhang
  • Geographic information and women's empowerment: a breast cancer example
  • Sara McLafferty
  • Performing a "global sense of place": women's actions for environmental justice
  • Giovanna Di Chiro
  • PART IV. STATE/NATION
  • Feminist political geographies
  • Eleonore Kofman
  • Anti-racist feminism in geogrpahy: an agenda for social action
  • Gender, race, and nationalism: American identity and economic imperialism at the turn of the twentieth century
  • Mona Domosh
  • Virility and violation in the US "War on Terrorism"
  • Matthew G. Hannah
  • Feminist geopolitics and September 11
  • Jennifer Hyndman
  • Love for sale: marketing gay male p/leisure space in contemporary Cape Town, South Africa
  • Glen S. Elder
  • Women's struggles for sustainable peace in post-conflict Peru: a feminist analysis of violence and change
  • Maureen Hays-Mitchell
Control code
54882139
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xvii, 617 p.
Isbn
9781405101868
Isbn Type
(hardback : alk. paper)
Lccn
2004007288
Other physical details
ill., maps

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