Muddying the waters: coauthoring feminisms across scholarship and activism

  title={Muddying the waters: coauthoring feminisms across scholarship and activism},
  author={Elora Halim Chowdhury and Laura Pulido and Nik Heynen and Lainie Rini and Joel Wainwright and Naeem Inayatullah and Richa Nagar},
  journal={Gender, Place \& Culture},
  pages={1800 - 1812}
aWomen’s & Gender studies, university of massachusetts, Boston, mA, usA; bDepartment of American studies & ethnicity, university of southern California, los Angeles, CA, usA; cGeography, university of Georgia, Athens, GA, usA; dohio student Association, ohio state university; eDepartment of Geography, ohio state university, Columbus, oh, usA; fDepartment of politics, ithaca College, ithaca, ny, usA; gGender, Women and sexuality studies, university of minnesota, minneapolis, mn, usA 

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