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INTERNATIONAL GEOGRAPHICAL UNION

COMMISSION ON GENDER AND GEOGRAPHY
NEWSLETTER NO. 38 APRIL, 2007
Message from the Commission Chair

Dear Colleagues: I take this opportunity to introduce some of the activities of the IGU Commission on Gender and Geography in 2007 and 2008. Of course each of you is welcome to suggest more activities in the future:


2007 Symposia
June 1-3, 2007
Sustainable Public Places: Feminist perspectives on appropriation, representations and planning of public spaces. To be held at the Department of Geography ,University of Zurich, Switzerland. Organizer: Elisabeth Buehler (buehler@geo.unizh.ch) (See below for further details.)
November 23-26, 2007
Transnational Lives: Feminist Perspectives onCitizenship, Home and Belonging. Ti be held at Department of Geography, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, Republic of China. Deadline for submitting abstracts: June, 31st 2007. Organizer: Nora Chiang

(nora@ntu.edu.tw)



2008
Saraswati Raju has expressed interest in organizing a meeting in New Delhi, India towards the beginning of 2008. We will inform you once these plans become certain.
31st IGU Conference in Tunis, Tunisia . Projected dates are 12-15 August, 2008. We have begun to plan a pre-meeting in Tunis using some existing contacts of American scholars with Tunisian academics. These preliminary activities are carried out by Janice Monk.

I would also like to inform you that the Commission is now registered as an associate member of the European Platform of Women Scientists (EPWS). The aim of this platform is: to support the work of a whole range of existing national, European and international networks of women scientists from all disciplines (natural, medical and social sciences, engineering and technology, the humanities and arts).Furthermore, the Platform aims to make women scientists better understand the role they can play in the research policy debate and how to fully benefit from these opportunities by bundling their powers and forces. For more details please visit the website: www.epws.org


This group can be another means for our members to expand our international networks regarding gender research and studies.
I hope to see you at one of our events and please feel free to contact me if you have new ideas regarding the Commission's activities.
Tovi Fenster, Chair

STRONG PROGRAM PLANNED FOR COMMISSION’S PROGRAM IN ZURICH
The Commission’s meeting scheduled for Zurich, June 1-3 on “Sustainable Public Spaces: Feminist Perspectives on Appropriation, Representations, and Planning of Public Spaces” promises to offer stimulating and diverse presentations. Some 33 abstracts have been received with authors representing approximately 15 countries and presentations dealing with Europe, Asia, Latin America, and North America and with diverse groups of people (e.g., children, migrants) in relation to public spaces. Two days of papers together with a local field trip, and a day-long trip in the Alps have been planned by organizers Elizabeth Bühler, Angela Heule, and Nadia Schoch. For further details contact Elisabeth at buehler@geo.unizh.ch
NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
The International Geographical Union Commission on Gender and Geography has been accepted for Associate Membership in the European Platform of Women Scientists (EPWS). Located in Brussels, EPWS supports the work of a whole range of existing national, European and international networks of women scientists from all disciplines (natural, medical and social sciences, engineering and technology, the humanities and arts). Furthermore, the Platform aims to make women scientists better understand the role they can play in the research policy debates and how to fully benefit from these opportunities by bundling their powers and forces. To find out more about EPWS, its activities, opportunities to participate in projects ,and its forthcoming meetings, see http://www/epws.org

The recent expansion of gender studies in Japanese geography is marked by several new publications, especially the Gender Atlas of Japan (in Japanese) which contains a substantial series of maps, some at the prefecture scale and others at the municipality scale. Congratulations to Yuko Takeda, Reiko Inoshita and colleagues Takashi Nakazawa, Yoshiki Wakabayashi, Hiroo Kamiya, Yoshimichi Yui and Keiji Yano on this publication. Also recent publications include the article “Regional Diversity in Women’s Participation in the Work Force in Japan” (in English) in Geographische Rundschau by Yoshimishi Yui, Hiroo Kamiya, Yoshiki Wakabayashi and Takashi Nakazawa and a series of articles in Geographical Review of Japan (in English). The publication details are provided below in the bibliographic section of this newsletter.

Students interested in graduate studies on the spatiality of gender and sexuality issues at the new Okanagan campus of the University of British Columbia are encouraged to contact Lawrence Berg to discuss opportunities for interdisciplinary graduate study in the Community, Culture & Global Studies Unit. Lawrence can be reached at: Lawrence.Berg@ubc.ca. He reports that two new graduate students are working on geography and gender issues in this program.Cindy Holmes is undertaking a PhD study of “Homonormativity, Space, and Intimate Partner Violence Among Lesbian Couples.” She will be presenting some of her earlier work on white homonormativity at the San Francisco AAG meetings Sheila Lewis is working on a MA study of the “Marginalisation of Aboriginal Women in the Urban Housing Market, Kelowna, BC, Canada”. Sheila is recipient of a fellowship from the UBC Centre for Human Rights, Diversity & Identity.

Ellen Hansen has been honored as the 2007 recipent of the Ruth Schillinger Award at Emporia State University, Kansas. The award annually recognizes a woman faculty member who has made extraordinary contributions to the women of Emporia State over a sustained period. Congratulations Ellen!
Presentations are planned at the Nordic Geographers Meeting, Bergen, Norway, 15-17 June 2007 http://www.uib.no/ngm/ on the theme Decolonized Methodologies: Participatory Research on "Women in the Margins." The purpose of this interaction is to explore decolonized methodologies or to find post-colonial ways for participatory research and participatory planning where women can influence both research agendas and politics. For further information contact either Juan Velasquez, Stockholm University juan.velasquez@kvinfo.su.se or Carina Listerborn, Lund University carina.listerborn@keg.lu.se


Michaela Schier reports that the archive of "Feminist Geo-RundMail" (the Newsletter of German speaking feminist geographers)can be accessed at www.ssg.geo.uni-muenchen.de/gender/rundmailindex.html
Congratulations to Lynda Johnston who was recently promoted to Associate Professor at the University of Waikato (New Zealand). As of January 2007 she became chairperson of the department. Lynda and Robyn Longhurst are collaborationg on a book provisionally entitled ‘Space, Place and Sex: Geographies of Sexualities’ with the US publishers Rowman and Littlefield. With Elsie Ho they also have a new research project “We are where we eat’: food, place and identity for new migrant women.”
Polly Vauquiline was awarded a Doctoral degree in March 2007 by the

Department of Geography, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, India (www.nehu.ac.in) for her thesis on "Gender-Related Crimes in Greater

Guwahati Urban Area" under the supervision of Prof.A.C.Mohapatra. Guwahati, with a population of about one million, is the capital city of the State of Assam.
Anne Buttimer, past President of the International Geographical Union, is now the liaison for the IGU Executive Committee to the Commission on Gender and Geography. She has two recent publications dealing with international perspectives in geography a book dealing with geography in Sweden (see below) and a co-edited special issue of Geographical Review (2006) commemorating the 200th anniversary of Humboldt’s visit to Philadelphia.
Yoga Rasanayagam (Sri Lanka) has retired from her position as Professor of Geography and Dean of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Colombo and is working as Academic Advisor at the National Institute of Social Development in Colombo. She is co-author of a recent article on gender equity in Sri Lankan higher education (see below).
Nancy Lewis (East-West Center, Hawaii) delivered the Evelyn Pruitt Lecture March 30, 2007 on "Is Globalization Good for your Health"? at Louisiana State University, USA. The annual lecture, funded by a bequest from the late Evelyn Pruitt, a geographer with a long and distinguished career in the US government focusing on coastal studies, supports a presentation by a senior woman geographer. Ms. Pruitt also endowed grants for research by women students awarded the Society of Woman Geographers. Nancy is also involved with preparations for the 21st Pacific Science Congress which

will be held in Okinawa, June 12-18, 2007. The Congress theme is "Diversity and Change: Challenges and Opportunities form Managing Natural and Social Systems in Asia-Pacific".


Teresa Vicente Mosquete reports on two programs held in March at the University of Salamanca which brought together Spanish and Italian geographers. “Mujer y Sociedad,” coordinated by the Department of Geography for the Interdepartmental Doctorate in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, featured Rachelle Borghi (Universidad Ca’ Foscari, Venecia, Italia) speaking on women and public spaces in Morocco, Marcella Schmidt di Friedberg (Universidad Milano-Bicocca, Italia) on the critical discourse on nature, gender, and ecofeminism, Rocío Sánchez Ameijeiras (Universidad Santiago de Compostela) on feminine bodies and body metaphors: a new look at medieval art, and Begoña San José (Forum de Politíca Feminista} on maternity, paternity, employment, and parity of representation. Rachelle Borghi and Marcella Schmidt di Friedberg also participated in a methodological seminar that addressed perspectives on gender, feminism, environment, and postcolonialism.

THANK YOU!
I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to the editors of Gender, Place and Culture, Linda Peake, Deborah Dixon, Robyn Longhurst and Brenda Yeoh, to the publishers, Taylor and Francis, to my colleagues Sallie Marston and John Paul Jones III, who initiated the Janice Monk Distinguished Lecture Series in Feminist Geography (to be given at the University of Arizona, at a major conference, and published in Gender, Place and Culture), to Ruth Fincher for her insightful inaugural lecture and article, and to Tovi Fenster, Maria Dolors Garcia-Ramon, Susan Hanson, Richard Howitt, and Toni Luna-Garcia for their generous essays in Gender, Place and Culture,14(1), 2007. Additionally I offer my appreciation to the many colleagues whose support for this project and whose friendship, collegiality, and persistence over decades in feminist geography and activism have made this endeavor possible and my life so rewarding. - Jan Monk

NEW BOOKS
Aguiar, Luis and Andrew Herod. 2006.The Dirty Work of Neoliberalism. Cleaners in the Global Economy. Oxford: Blackwell.
Barry, Kathleen. 2007. Femininity in Flight: A History of Flight Attendants. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
Buttimer, Anne and Tom Mels (eds)2006. By Northern Lights: On the Making of Geography in Sweden. Aldershot: Ashgate 2006.
Chant, Sylvia. 2007. Gender, Generation and Poverty: Exploring the ‘Feminisation of Poverty’ in Africa, Asia and Latin America (Cheltenham/Northampton,MA: Edward Elgar) (456pp).
Ghorra-Gobin, Cynthia. (ed.), Dictionary of Globalizations (Dictionnaire des Mondialisations), Paris, Colin, 2006. (Entries with a gender focus include attention to gender parity issues in employment, development, education, political status, property rights, and sexual exploitation in migration.)

Longhurst, Robyn. 2007. Maternities: Gender, Bodies and Space. London and New York: Routledge.


Lukic, Jasmina, Joanna Regulska, and Darja Zavirisek. (2006). Women and Citizenship in Central and Eastern Europe. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Hussain, Shahnaz, Amanat Khan and Janet Momsen 2005. Gender Atlas of

Bangladesh. electronic version at http://ws.univdhaka.edu. Dhaka: USAID
Royal Town Planing Institute (2007) Good Practice Note on Gender and Spatial Planning produced by Dr. Dory Reeves, Reeves Associates with input from the Women's Design Service.
Samarasinghe, Vidya. 2007. Female Sex Trafficking. London and New York: Routledge.
Takeda, Yuko, Reiko Inoshita, Takashi Nakazawa, Yoshiki Wakabayashi, Hiroo Kamiya, Yoshimichi Yui and Keiji Yano. 2007. Gender Atlas of Japan. Tokyo: Akashi.
Vernooy, Ronnie. 2006. Social and Gender Analysis in Natural Resource Development: Learning Studies and Lessons from Asia. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Wright, Melissa. 2006. Disposable Women and Other Myths of Global Capitalism. London and New York: Routledge.



SPECIAL JOURNAL ISSUES
Geojournal 65 (4), 2006, guest-edited by Fran Klodawsky and Valerie Preston, features the papers given at the IGU Gender Commission symposium “Placing Gender /Making Policy: held in Toronto in June, 2002. For individual articles, see below.
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 28(1), 2007, guest edited by Janet Henshall Momsen, is a special issue devoted to gender and agricultural biodiversity. Articles (listed below by author) address contexts in Latin America, Africa, and Asia.
Women’s Studies International Forum 29(6) 2006 is a special issue examining gender in higher education in Commonwealth nations. It includes studies on Nigeria, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda as well as overview pieces on approaches to interpreting gender equity in higher education.
Geographical Review of Japan 79(12) 2006 has a theme section with an article and three research notes on “Residential Choices and Housing Problems of Working Women in Tokyo” (see below for complete titles).
Development and Change 38(1) 2007, an interdisciplinary journal, features a collection of articles on gender and development.
Political Geography 25(8) 2006 is devoted to the theme of sexual citizenship. An editorial by David Bell and Jon Binnie and five other articles are listed below by author.
The Professional Geographer 59(1), 2007 includes a focus section with five articles on “Feminism and Social Theory in Geography” (see below for individual articles).
A double issue of Women’s Studies Quarterly 34 (1/2) 2006,(531 pages), edited by Geraldine Pratt and Victoria Rosner is devoted to the theme The Global and the Intimate. The journal is published by The Feminist Press, New York. An interdisciplinary collection, it includes essays, poems, field notes, and book reviews, including a number of pieces by feminist geographers.
RECENT JOURNAL ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
Ahmad, Nesar and Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt. 2006. “Engendering mining communities: Examining the missing gender concerns in coal mining displacement and rehabilitation in India.” Gender, Technology and Development 10: 313-39.
Asiyanbola, Abidemi. 2006. “Residential decision-making and gender in Nigeria.” Geoforum 37(6):1059-65.
Bain, Alison L. and Catherine J. Nash. 2007. “The Toronto Women’s bathhouse raid: querying queer identities in the courtroom.” Antipode 39(1): 17-34.
Baird, Barbara. 2006. Sexual citizenship in ‘the new Tasmania.’” Political Geography 25(8): 964-87.
Bavinck, Maarten (2006) Don’t be hasty and impetuous. Notes on women in

fisheries” Samudra 43: 3-5.


Bell, David and Jon Binne. 2006. “Geographies of sexual citizenship.” Political Geography 25(8): 869-73.
Berg, Lawrence.D. 2006. “Hierarchical Space: Geographers and Neoliberalism.” Progress in Human Geography 30 (6): 764­-769 and 778-782.
Berg, Lawrence.D. 2006. “Lokalisering af geografien: Kirsten Simonsen og produktionen af geografisk viden.” In Keld Buciek, Jørgen Ole Bærenholdt, Michael Haldrup & John Pløger (eds), Rumlig Praksis. Roskilde, Denmark: University of Roskilde Press, pp 41-48.
Besio, Kathryn. 2007. “Depth of Fields: travel photography and spatializing modernities in northern Pakistan (2007) Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 25 (1):53-74.
Bondi, Liz. 2006. “Is counseling a feminist practice?” Geojournal 65(4): 339-48.
Brown, Michael. 2006. “Sexual citizenship, political obligation and disease ecology in gay Seattle.” Political Geography 25(8): 874-98.
Buang, Amriah.2007. “Review of Aihwa Ong's Spirits of Resistance and Capitalist Discipline.” International Feminist Journal of Politics , 9 (2).
Capuri, Valentine. 2006. “Women as individuals and members of minority groups: How to reconcile human rights and the values of cultural pluralism.” Geojournal 65(4): 329-37.
Chambers, Kimberlee J. and Janet Henshall Momsen. 2007. “From the kitchen to the field: Gender and maize diversity in the Bajío region of Mexico.” Singpore Journal of Tropical Geography 28(1): 39-56.
Chant, Sylvia. 2006. Revisiting the ‘Feminisation of Poverty’ and the UNDP Gender Indices: What Case for a Gendered Poverty Index? LSE Gender Institute, New Series Working Paper, Issue 18, London, 91pages. (http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/genderInstitute/fempov.pdf)
----. 2006. “Female household headship, privation and power: Challenging the ‘feminisation of poverty’ thesis.” In Patricia Fernández Kelly and Jon Shefner (eds), Out of the Shadows: Political Action and the Informal Economy in Latin America and Beyond, Penn State University Press: Philadelphia, pp125-63.
----. 2006. “Re-thinking the ‘feminisation of poverty’ in relation to aggregate gender indices, Journal of Human Development, 7 (2): 201-20.
----. (2006) “Contributions of a gender perspective to the analysis of poverty.” In Jane Jaquette and Gale Summerfield (eds), Women and Gender Equity in Development Theory and Practice: Institutions, Resources and Mobilisation Duke University Press: Durham, North Carolina, pp.87-106.
----. 2006. “Dangerous equations? How women-headed households became the ‘poorest of the poor’: causes, consequences and cautions.” In Andrea Cornwall, Elizabeth Harrison and Ann Whitehead (eds) Feminisms in Development: Contradictions, Contestations and Challenges, Zed: London, pp.35-47.
----. 2006. “¿Cómo podemos hacer que la ‘femenización de la pobreza’ resulte más relevante en materia de políticas? ¿Hacia una ‘femenización de la responsabilidad y la obligación’?” (How can we make the ‘feminisation of poverty’ more policy relevant? Towards a ‘feminisation of responsibility and obligation’?). In UNFPA/GTZ Cohesión Social, Políticas Conciliatorias y Presupuesto Público: Una Mirada desde el Género, UNFPA: Mexico City, pp.201-33.
----. 2007. Children in Female-Headed Households: Interrogating the Concept of the ‘Inter-Generational Transmission of Disadvantage’ with Particular Reference to The Gambia, Philippines and Costa Rica LSE Gender Institute, New Series Working Paper, Issue 19, London, 107 pp. (http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/genderInstitute/children.pdf)
----. 2007. “Poverty Begins at Home? Questioning Some (Mis)Conceptions About Children, Poverty and Privation in Female-headed Households.” Background paper prepared for UNICEF Report on the State of the World’s Children 2007. (UNICEF: New York), 69pp (http://www.unicef.org/sowc07/docs/chant.pdf).
----. 2007. “The ‘feminisation of poverty’ and the ‘feminisation’ of anti-poverty

programmes: room for revision?” Journal of Development Studies (forthcoming).


----. 2007. “The informal sector and employment.” In Vandana Desai and Robert Potter (eds), The Arnold Companion to Development Studies, 2nd edition, Hodder-Arnold: London
Chant, Sylvia with Nikki Craske. 2007. Género en Latinoamérica (México DF: Publicaciones de la Casa Chata) (Spanish translation of Sylvia Chant with Nikki Craske Gender in Latin America -- by Latin America Bureau, London/Rutgers University Press: New Brunswick, New Jersey [520 pp]).
Chiang, Lan-Hung Nora, Ya-Lien Chen, and Yu-Ling Cathy Song (2007) The

Meaning of Second Homes to Middle-class Taiwanese Women: A Feminist

Perspective, Occasional Paper No. 23, Pingtung, Taiwan: National Pingtung

University of Science and Technology, College of Humanities and Social

Sciences. (Available in pdf formate from Nora Chiang, nora@ntu.edu.tw)
Christie, Maria Elisa. 2006. Kitchenspace: Gendered territory in central Mexico.” Gender, Place and Culture 13(6): 653-61.
Colls, Rachel. 2007. “Materialising bodily matter: Intra-action and the embodiment of ‘fat’”. Geoforum 38(2): 353-65.
Cooper, Davina. 2006. “Active citizenship and the governmentality of local lesbian and gay politics.” Political Geography 25(8): 921-43.
Datta, Ayona. 2006. “From tenements to flats: gender, class and modernization in Bethnal Green.” Social and Cultural Geography 7(5): 789-805.
Day, Kristen. 2006. “Being feared: masculinity and race in public space.” Environment and Planning A: 38(3): 569-86.
De Silva, Mary J. and Trudy Harpan. 2007. “Maternal social capital and child nutritional status in four developing countries.” Health and Place 13(2): 341-55.
Dias, Karen and Jennifer Blecha. 2007. “Feminism and social theory in geography: an introduction.” The Professional Geographer 59(1): 1-9.
Doan, Petra. 2007. “The end of queer (as we knew it): Globalization and the making of gay-friendly South Africa. Gender, Place and Culture 14(1): 57-74.

Droogleever Fortuijn, Joos and Marieke van der Meer. 2006. “Gender and voluntary work in late adulthood in rural communities in the Netherlands.” Geojournal 65(4): 381-92.


Dunning, Healther et al., 2006. “ A gender analysis of quality of life in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.” .” Geojournal 65(4): 393-407.
Ebi, Kristi L., Lewis, Nancy D. and Corvalan, Carlos, F. 2006 "Climate Variability and Change and their Potential Health Effects in Small Island States: Information for Adaptation Planning in the Health Sector." Environmental Health Perspectives 114(12).
Els companys de l’Àrea de Anàlisi de Geogràfica Regional, Universitat de Barcelona. 2005. “Roser Majoral, in memoriam. Treballs de la Societat Catalana de Geografia 60: 265-68.
England, Kim, Joan Eakin, Denise Gastaldo, and Patricia McGeever. 2007. “Re-regulating the home: neoliberalism, and home health care in Ontario.” In Kim England and Kevin Ward (eds) Neoliberalization: States, Networks, Peoples. Oxford and Malden MA: Blackwell.
Esveldt, Ingrid & Tineke Fokkema (2006) “Welk gezinsbeleid leidt tot meer kinderen? Meningen over overheidsmaatregelen onderzocht.” (Which family policy results in more children? Studying opinions on government policies). Demos 22 (November), 92-96.
Fagnani, Jeanne. 2007. “Fertility rates and mothers’ employment behavior in comparative perspective. Similarities and differences in six European countries.” In R. Crompton, S. Lewis, C.Lyonette (eds). Women, Men, Work and Family in Europe. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 87-113.
----. 2006. “Familienpolitik in Frankreich-Vorteile und Nachteile,” In Bertram, H., Krüger, H., Spiess, K. (eds.) Wem gehört die Familie der Zukunft. Expertisen zum 7. Familienbericht.Berlin, Ed.Barbara Budrich, pp.383-402.
Fagnani, Jeanne and M.T. Letablier. 2006. “The French 35 hour working law and the work-life balance of parents: friend or foe? in “Gender Divisions and Working Time in the New Economy”, D. Perrons, C. Fagan, L. McDowell, K. Ray and K.Ward (eds.), Northampton, Edward Elgar, pp. 79-90.
Fenster, Tovi. 2007. “Reinforcing diversity: From the ‘inside’ and the ‘outside.’” Gender, Place and Culture 14(1): 43-49.
Ferguson, Alan G. and Chester N. Morris. 2007. “Mapping transactional sex on the North Corridor highway in Kenya.” Health and Place 13(2): 504-19.
Fincher, Ruth. 2007. “Space, Gender and Institutions in Processes Creating Difference.” (The GPC Jan Monk Distinguished Lecture, 2006). Gender, Place and Culture 14(1): 5-27.
Friberg, Tora. 2006. “Towards a gender conscious counter-discourse in comprehensive physical planning.” Geojournal 65(4): 275-85.
Garcia-Ramon, Maria Dolors and Tony Luna-Garcia. 2007. “Challenging hegemonies through connecting places, people and ideas: Jan Monk’s contribution to international gender geography.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(1): 35-41.
Geest, Sjaak van der (2006) “’It’s tiresome work’ Love and sex in the life of an elderly

Kwahu woman,” In: C. Oppong, Y.P.A. Oppong & I.K. Odotey (eds.) Sex and gender in



an era of AIDS: Ghana at the turn of the Millennium. Accra: Sub Sahaaran Publishers:

211-232.
Gibson-Graham,J.K. 2007 “Surplus possibilities: post-development and community economies.” In A. Ziai (ed) Exploring Post-Development: Theory and Practice, Problems and Perspectives. London: Routledge pp.207-235.


----. 2007. “Cultivating subjects for a community economy.” In T. Barnes, J. Peck, E. Sheppard and A. Tickell (eds),Politics and Practice in Economic Geography. London: Sage pp. 106-118.
----. 2006. “Imagining and enacting a postcapitalist feminist economics” Women’s Studies Quarterly 34 (1/2): 72-78.
Graaf, Arie de. 2006. “Scheiden: de partners, de kinderen en de contacten.” (Divorce: partners, children and contacts). Demos 22 (March): 26-28.
Graham, Ann and Joanna Regulska, 2006. "The parameters of the political: Does meaning matter for participation in public life for women in Poland and in Ukraine.” In J.Lukic, J. Regulska and D. Zavirsek (eds.) Women and Citizenship in Central and East Europe.Aldershot: Ashgate.
Gunawardena, Chandra, Yoga Rasanayagam, Tressie Leitan, Kanchana Bulumulle,and Asha Abeyasekera-Van Dort. 2006. “Quantitative and qualitative dimensions of gender equito in Sri Lankan higher education.” Women’s Studies International Forum 29(6): 562-71.

Gupta, Kamla and P. Princy Yesudian. 2006. “Evidence of women’s empowerment in India: a study of socio-spatial disparities.” Geojournal 65(4): 365-80.


Hansen, Ellen. 2007. “ Practical feminism in an institutional context. In Pamela Moss and Karen Falconer Al-Hindi, eds., Feminisms in Geography: Space, Place, and Environment. Lanham, MD.Rowman and Littlefield (in press.)
Hansen, Ellen and Darla Mallein. 2006. Teaching about women in the Islamic world: A lesson plan using the jigsaw cooperative learning structure.” In Barry D. Mowell, ed., Teaching about the Islamic World. Jacksonville, AL: National Council for Geographic Education.
Hanson, Susan. 2007. “Service as subversive activity. On the centrality of service in an academic career.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(1): 29-34.
Hearn, Jeff. 2006. “The implications of information and communication technologies for sexualities and sexualized violences: contradictions of sexual citizenships.” Political Geography 25(8): 944-63.
Henry, Matthew. and Lawrence.D. Berg. 2006. “Geographers Performing Nationalism and Hetero-masculinity.” Gender, Place and Culture, 13(6): 629-645.

Hopkins, Peter E. 2007. “Young people, masculinities, religion and race: new social geographies.” Progress in Human Geography 31(2) 163-77.


Howard, Richard. 2007. Hidden histories in geography. A politics of inclusion and participation.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(1):51-56.
Howatt, H., Kiloh, B. and Reeves, D. (2007) Access for all; Equality Impact Assessment of the Strathclyde Partneship for Transport, Regional Transport Strategy. STAR, 22 March Glasgow.
Hyndman, Jennifer. (2007) “Feminist geopolitics revisited: body counts in Iraq.” The Professional Geographer 59(1): 35-56.
Ilcan, Susan, Marcia Oliver, and Daniel O’Connor. 2007. “Spaces of governance: gender and public sector restructuring in Canada.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(1): 75-92.
Johnson, Louise. 2006 “Hybrid and global kitchens: First and Third World intersections.
Gender, Place and Culture 13(6): 647-52.
Johnston, Caleb. 2006. “Field note: Ahmedabad, India” Women’s Studies Quartely, 34 (1/2): 235-38.
Johnston, Lynda. 2006: “‘I Do Down-Under’: Wedding Tourism in Aotearoa New Zealand,” Acme: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 5 (2): 191-208.
----. 2006: “Body, the geography of.” In Barney Warf (ed) Encyclopaedia of

Human Geography, Thousand Oaks, CA., Sage, pp. 20.
----. “Wherever I lay my girlfriend, that’s my home: The performance and

surveillance of lesbian identities in domestic environments/” Excerpts reproduced in

Mark Taylor and Julieanna Preston (eds) Intimus: Interior Design Theory Reader,

Chichester, Wiley-Academy, pp. 162-167.


----. 2006: “Sylvia K. Blood (2005) Body Work: The Social Construction of

Women’s Body ImageKōtuitui, 1(1): 100-102.
Kamiya, Hiroo, Honami Kageyama, and Reiko Kinoshita. 2006. “Analyzing single women’s residential choice in Tokyo using a qualitative method.” Geographical Review of Japan 79(12): 619-628.
Klis, Marjolijn van der. 2006 “Twee woonlocaties: gescheiden werelden.” (Two residential locations, separated worlds). Agora 22 (3): 35-38
Klodawsky, Fran and Valerie Preston. 2006. “Placing gender/Making policy: An introduction.” Geojournal 65(4): 243-47.
Knopp, Lawrence. 2007. “On the relationship between queer and feminist geographies.”
The Professional Geographer 59(1): 47-55.
Kobayashi, Audrey 2006. “Why women of colour in geography?” Gender, Place and Culture 12 (1): 28-33.
Koopman, Sara. 2006. “Field note: Columbus, Georgia, USA.” Women’s Studies Quarterly 34(1/2): 90-93.
Kwan, Mei-Po, 2007. “Affecting geospatial technologies: towards a feminist politics of emotion.” The Professional Geographer 59(1): 22-34.
Latten, Jan (2007) “Emancipatie ongemerkt op stoom; Nuancering conclusies

Emancipatiemonitor.” (Emancipation going further unnoticed; Nuancing the conclusions

of the National Emancipation Monitor). Demos, 23 (February): 1-5.
Lawson, Victoria. 2007. “Geographies of care and responsibility.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 97(1): 1-11.
Lope-Alzina, Gabriela. 2007. “Gendered production spaces and crop varietal selection: Case study in Yucatan, Mexico.” Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 28(1): 21-38.
Maddrell, Avril. 2006. “Revisiting the region: ‘Ordinary’ and ‘exceptional’ regions in the work of Hilda Ormsby.” Environment and Planning A 38(9): 1739-92.
Marston, Sallie and John Paul Jones III. 2007. “Announcing: The Janice Monk Lecture in Feminist Geography.” Gender, Place and Culture 14(1): 1-3.
Masson, Dominique. 2006. “Engaging with politics of downward rescaling: representing women in regional development: policy making in Québec (Canada).” Geojournal 65(4): 301-13.
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