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Racism out of Place: Thoughts on Whiteness and an Antiracist Geography in the New Millennium
A s we enter the next millennium, deeply ra/% cialized aspects of U.S. society are inJL JL creasingly playing themselves out, of? ten in dramatic ways, as expressions of both current tensions and the
Racializing the Canadian landscape: whiteness, uneven geographies and social justice1
Canada is a land troubled by questions of race and space, whether we are speaking of First Nations land claims, Quebec nationalism, or the 'absented presence of others. (Walcott 1997, 37)
Policies and Practices for an Antiracist Geography at the Millennium
As we enter the new millennium, geographers have a momentous opportunity to reflect upon the historical development of our discipline and the academic culture within which it thrives, with the aim of
Geographies of friendships
Friendships are an important part of what makes us, and our geographies of various kinds, human. We consider how geographers can contribute to efforts to afford friendship greater prominence in the
Unnatural discourse. ‘Race’ and gender in geography
Abstract Geographers’ long‐term involvement in the construction ‘race’ and gender has occurred through literally and metaphorically mapping out the world in ways that highlight, perpetuate and
Critical Reflections on Mental and Emotional Distress in the Academy
A rising number of students seeking mental health services across university campuses in Europe and North America has prompted faculty, administrators and student service providers to call attention
Mapping Women, Making Politics: Feminist Perspectives on Political Geography
1. Introduction 2. Feminism and Difference 3. Feminism and Political Theory 4. Development, Post-colonialism, and Political Theory 5. Scale 6. Spheres of Politics 7. Politics of Mobility and Access
Women, human settlements, and housing
Housing and infrastructural services play a central role in the lives of Third World women and yet such women are invariably overlooked by those responsible for planning human settlements. The