Travels with Feminist Historical Geography
We explore in this essay the relatively uneven "travels" of feminist historical geography within the academy in order to highlight the realized and potential intellectual productivity that can result from bringing together a feminist and historical approach to understanding place and space. We outline in what ways much of feminist geography is already historical and in what ways much of historical geography is already feminist, and then turn to a discussion of the unevenness of these intellectual journeys. We conclude by suggesting challenges for future research in feminist historical geography.
Gender, Place and Culture
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Morin, Karen M. and Domosh, M.. "Travels with Feminist Historical Geography." Gender, Place and Culture (2003) : 257-264.