Routledge Handbook of Gender and Feminist Geographies

IntroductionChanging places, politics and genderOverviewEstablishing feminist geographiesPlacing feminist geographiesEngaging feminist geographiesDoing feminist geographiesConclusionReferencesEstablishing feminist geographiesINDIGENOUS AUSTRALIAN SEXUALITIES EXPLORED THROUGH THE LENS OF SEX WORKIntroductionThe colonial hangoverEngaging with sexuality with Indigenous Australian sex workersIndigenous sex-worker views on sex and sexualityConclusionA provocationKey readingsReferencesFROM ORDER TO CHAOS: Geographies of sexualitiesSection 1: mapping geographies of sexualitiesSection 2: queer geographiesSection 3: homonormativity and homonationalismSection 4: expanding queer - bodies, affect and emotionSection 5: trans geographiesSection 6: future geographies of sexualitiesKey readingsReferencesHIP-HOP URBANISM, PLACEMAKING AND COMMUNITY-BUILDING AMONG BLACK LGBT YOUTH IN RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZILIntroductionBlack feminist interventions in LGBT/queer studiesBlack feminist geographies: interventions on space, race, gender and violenceGendered racism as homophobic and transphobic violenceRio de Janeiro as a ‘gay-friendly’ afro-paradiseReterritorializing anti-Black landscapes: Casa NemConclusionNotesKey readingsReferencesSHIFTING MULTIPLE MASCULINITIES: Alternative views from Japan and Papua New GuineaIntroduction: globalization and the ‘crisis’ among menRethinking concepts of masculinityRethinking men’s violence and bodies from Papua New Guinea: Papua New Guinea’s masculine societiesMasculinity and the male body in rural Papua New GuineaShifting masculinities in Japan and East Asia: corporate masculinity as hegemonic masculinity and its transformationIkumenSoshokukei danshiOtakuNeto-uyo/Petit (neo)nationalistsEast Asian masculinities and their changesConclusionNotesKey readingsReferencesDISABLED WOMEN ACADEMICS RESHAPING THE LANDSCAPE OF THE ACADEMYIntroductionNavigating the neo-liberal landscapeThe work of ‘passing’ in the academyTime-space continuumConclusionKey readingsReferencesGENDER AND THE DISCIPLINE OF GEOGRAPHY: Case studies of relational networks of support in Western academiaIntroductionHistoric examples of support networks for women in British geographyVignette of a networkerFrom the Women and Geography Study Group to the Gender and Feminist Geography Research Group debate in RGS-IBG 2012-2013Current networks of support for early-career women in geographyConclusionKey readingsReferencesSKIN, SWEAT AND MATERIALITY: Feminist geographies of emotion and affectIntroductionThe body: affective politics of shame and disgustPublic space: breasts, sweat and (dis)connectionPrivate space: love and materiality in unmade homes‘Doing’ feminist researchConclusionsNotesKey readingsReferencesON THE SUBJECT OF PERFORMATIVITY: Judith Butler’s influence in geographyIntroductionPhilosophical foundations of performativityPerformativity in geography: space and the subject of performativityFuture directions: taking the ‘relational turn’ with performativityConclusionKey readingsReferencesPOLITICS AND SPACE/TIMESpace and timeRadical geographyIssues of genderThe view from physicsAn alternative view of spaceKey readingsBibliographyFEMINIST ENGAGEMENT WITH THE ECONOMY: Spaces of resistance and transformationIntroductionFeminist perspectives on labour and workGeographies of social reproduction and scaleGlobalization and migrationIntersectional approaches to the economyGender, financial subjectivity and financial inclusionStrategies of resistance - transforming economic livelihoodsReimagining feminist alternatives for the economyKey readingsReferencesDISENTANGLING GLOBALIZATION: Towards a feminist geography of hair and beautyIntroductionIntimate geographies of globalization: feminist interventionsGlobal commodities through a feminist geographic lensPutting a feminist commodity chain analysis to work: snapshots from the Gulf-East African hair tradeInsight 1: disruptive stories of globalization: Uganda and Dubai as drivers of global beautyInsight 2: sigh ... ‘Russians have the best hair’: ideologies of power in the global hair tradeInsight 3: scalar innovations: the global intimacies of hair and beautyConclusion: towards a feminist geography of hair and beautyKey readingsReferencesPlacing feminist geographiesEMBODIMENT: Lesbians, space, sperm and reproductive technologiesIntroduction‘You’ve just got to make shit up sometimes’: an overview of Lisa’s projectRecent trends in research on bodiesFrom inscribing the surfaces of bodies to bodily interiorsFrom presuming man/woman and male/female to trans bodies and geographiesFrom sex and gender to multiple and intersecting embodied subjectivitiesFrom human to technology shaping bodiesFrom rationality to emotion and affectConclusionKey readingsReferencesTHE INTIMATE GEOPOLITICS OF RACE AND GENDER IN THE UNITED STATESIntroductionFrom geopolitics to critical geopoliticsFeminist interventionsMasculinity, agriculture and the good life: farmers and others in IowaIntimate entanglements of geopolitical care: Race and waste in Badin, NCConclusionsKey readingsReferencesHOME-KEEPING IN LONG-TERM DISPLACEMENTIntroductionPolicy conceptions of home and contemporary solutions to displacementFeminist critique of home in the context of displacementConstellations of home: a feminist approach to home and displacementConclusion: home-keeping as an alternative to ‘durable solutions’NotesKey readingsReferencesENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS IN THE EVERYDAY: Jam, red meat and showersIntroductionEcofeminismsPost-Marxist feminismsFeminist science studiesFeminist political ecologyA visceral approach to environmental politics in the everydayJam - sticky encounters with a differenceKangarooShowersConclusions: gender, power and the human environment interfaceKey readingsReferencesGENDER AND URBAN NEOLIBERALIZATIONIntroductionA gendered urban neoliberalizationGender and urban renewalThe neoliberalization of safety workConclusionNoteKey readingsReferencesGENDER AND SEXUALITY IN PARTICIPATORY PLANNING IN ISRAEL: A journey between discoursesIntroductionForbidden and permitted gendered spaces: gendered blinded urban planning approachGendered civic capacity in urban regeneration projects: paradoxical momentsLGBTQ safe urban spaces: the complex relations between community and state authoritiesConclusionNoteKey readingsReferencesRURALITY, GEOGRAPHY AND FEMINISM: Troubling relationshipsIntroductionFeminist rural geography: troubling rural geography epistemologically and methodologicallyFeminist rural geography: troubling urban geographyTroubling White, Western feminism in rural geographyDecolonial feminismsConclusionNoteKey readingsReferencesNATIONHOOD: Feminist approaches, emancipatory processes and intersecting identitiesIntroductionGendering the nationFeminisms and national projectsThe Catalan case: feminist perspectives on independenceConcluding remarksKey readingsReferencesUNSETTLING GENDER AND SEXUALITY ACROSS NATIONS: Transnationalism within and between nationsIntroductionGender, sexuality and race in transitThe ‘national’ in ‘transnationalism’Transnationalism in a settler colonial nationConclusionNotesKey readingsReferencesMOBILITIES AND CITIZENSHIPIntroductionCitizenship and mobility studies in the twenty-first century global cityCitizenship, migration, and the ‘right to the city’Citizenship, migration and (trans) national identities in the global city: case studies from Toronto, CanadaBeyond celebrationKey readingsReferencesGEOGRAPHIES OF GENDERED MIGRATION: Place as difference and connectionIntroductionGeographies of gendered migrationAnalysing gendered migration geographicallyPlace as differenceConnecting placesFuture researchNotesKey readingsReferencesREPRESENTING WOMEN AND GENDER IN MEMORY LANDSCAPESIntroductionMemory landscapesWomen and gender in memory landscapes: absence and allegoryWomen in memory landscapes: women of politics and women of warWomen of politicsWomen of warConclusions and aims for movements forwardNotesKey readingsReferencesFEMINIST POLITICAL ECOLOGIES: Race, bodies and the humanFeminist political ecologiesFPE and postcolonial and decolonial influencesBlack feminist thought: embodied geographies of slaverySex trafficking and prostitution: from the Niger Delta, Nigeria to Alicante, SpainLa Calle de las Negras: ‘This is not my way, I don’t like it, I want to leave’Final thoughtsNoteKey readingsReferencesEngaging feminist geographiesTRAUMA, GENDER AND SPACE: Insights from Bangladesh, Malaysia and the UKIntroductionChronic trauma: multiple forms of gender-based violence in BangladeshUnderstandings of trauma: domestic abuse in MalaysiaContested trauma: sexual assault and UK universitiesResearching traumaRecovery, rebuilding, resistanceAcknowledgementsKey readingsReferencesGEOGRAPHIES OF VIOLENCE: Feminist geopolitical approachesIntroductionResearching domestic violenceResearching militarized violenceConclusionKey readingsReferencesSCALING A SURVIVORCENTRIC APPROACH FOR SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE: The case of an action-based research project in IndiaIntroductionFeminist geography and praxisA survivor-centric approach for social and legal support for survivors of sexual violence: the RAHAT initiativeScaling a survivor-centric approachReplicating the survivor-centric approach in a new community: Navi MumbaiConcurrent strategies to reach the optimal scaleGender transformative strategies while scalingConclusionNotesKey readingsReferencesMOTHERHOOD IN FEMINIST GEOGRAPHY: Current trends and themesIntroductionThe political economy of motheringMotherhood, difference, intersectionality and identityMothering and transnationalismActivist motheringMothering and embodimentMothering with the more-than-humanConclusionNotesKey readingsReferencesEMBODIED LABOUR IN THE BIOECONOMYIntroductionClinical labourNew directions for research on embodied labour in the bioeconomyKey readingsReferencesCARE, HEALTH AND MIGRATIONIntroductionCare, citizenship and the welfare stateHealth, place and policyHealth and well-being among migrants in LondonImporting international nursesHealth after detentionConclusionNoteKey readingsReferencesCONTEXTS OF ‘CARING MASCULINITIES’: The gendered and intergenerational geographies of mens care responsibilities in later lifeIntroductionGeographies of careSpaces for caring masculinitiesThe empirical studiesThe carescapes of grandfatherhoodLow-income grandfatheringConclusionNotesKey readingsReferencesGIVING BIRTH TO GEOGRAPHIES OF YOUNG PEOPLE: The importance of feminist geography beyond feminist geographyIntroductionFeminist foundations of geographic research on youthFeminist and youth research on bodies, emotions and careConclusionKey readingsReferencesGENDERED GEOGRAPHIES OF DEVELOPMENTIntroductionHow gender shapes development concerns and vice versaGender and development: key debates over timeDifference, representation, knowledge, power and masculinitiesConclusionsKey readingsReferencesFEMINIST VISCERAL POLITICS: From taste to territoryIntroductionCritical nutrition: co-producing a different approach to nourishment in Philadelphia, PAFood adequacy: cooking up affective partnerships in Medellin, ColombiaEmbodied social transformation across borders: the case of the Legión del AfectoConclusionsNoteKey readingsReferencesFEMINIST PERSPECTIVES ON NEOLIBERAL GLOBALIZATION, (POST)FEMINISMS AND (HOMO)NORMATIVITIESIntroductionGlobal development and the ideal neoliberal subjectNeoliberalizing (post-)feminismQueering/querying neoliberalismConcluding thoughtsNotesKey readingsReferencesDoing feminist geographiesEMBODIED TRANSLATIONS: Decolonizing methodologies of knowing and beingEntangling our voices, feeling our grounds: three points of departureOne: h(a)untingTwo: reinvestingThree: war-recordingDecolonizing bodiesDecoloniality and politics of livingContinuing co-tellingsAcknowledgementsKey readingsReferences‘STILL WE RISE’: Critical participatory action research for justiceCritical participatory action researchMestizo Arts & Activism CollectiveCaution/Cuidado: we have powerAcknowledgmentsNoteKey readingsReferencesSPACES AND SCALES OF FEMINIST ACTIVISMIntroductionFeminist tactics in academia spaces and knowledge productionCyberspace and social networks: a new public space for activism?How space still mattersBecoming mainstream, becoming universal?NotesKey readingsReferencesAN ARTFUL FEMINIST GEOPOLITICS OF CLIMATE CHANGEIntroduction: a feminist geopolitics of climate change?Animate ‘geos’ - A felt politics of climate changeVulnerable bodiesConclusion: towards a feminist geopolitics of climate changeNotesKey readingsReferencesFEMINIST GEOGRAPHY IN THE ANTHROPOCENE: Sciences, bodies, futuresIntroductionFeminist approaches to Anthropocene scienceFeminist approaches to corporeality and the inhumanRace and coloniality in the AnthropoceneConclusionKey readingsReferencesQGIS IN FEMINIST GEOGRAPHIC RESEARCH: Its merits and limitsIntroductionDefining QGISApplying QGISContextualizing QGIS in Tehran: merits and limitsConclusionKey readingsReferencesDOING GENDER IN THE DIGITAL: Feminist geographic methods changing research?IntroductionFeminist geographic methods: contributing to the digital turn?Recognition of partial knowledges, reflexive and situated engagement with the digitalCritical perspectives on emotion and affect in digital labourConclusion: developing innovative ways of encountering the digitalKey readingsReferencesDRONE QUEEN OF THE HOMELAND: The gendered geopolitics of television drama in the age of media convergenceIntroductionTelevisual transformationsPost-9/11 television and genderHomelandThe drone queenConclusion: popular cultural citizenshipNotesKey readingsReferencesHISTORICAL RESEARCH: Gender, politics and ethicsIntroductionFeminist historical geographies: gendered genealogiesArchival fieldwork: ethical considerationsChanging practices, ongoing politicsConclusionNotesKey readingsReferencesTEACHING FEMINIST GEOGRAPHY: Practices and perspectivesIntroductionWhat we teach: the changing content of feminist geography coursesHow we teach: feminist pedagogy in geography teachingWhere we teach: the importance of the learning environmentConclusionKey readingsReferencesAUTOGEOGRAPHY: Placing research in the first-person singularSpades: why write research in first person singular?Clubs: what are the risks of using personal narrative?HeartsDiamondsKey readingsReferencesNARRATING NEW SPACES: Theories and practices of storytelling in feminist geographiesIntroduction: the stories we will tell youOnce upon a time: histories of stories and storytelling in geographyThat’s a good story! Stories and storytelling as methods, methodologies and means of situating ourselves in geographyA storied turn and an ending: the rise of geohumanities and of creative geographies, and some final wordsNoteKey readingsReferences
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