3 edition of Gendering space found in the catalog.
1999 by Exhibitions and Resource Centre, Faculty of Architecture DalTech, Dalhousie University in Halifax, N.S .
Written in English
|Statement||Pamela Edmonds, guest curator.|
|Series||Informing architecture : -- 1999|
|Contributions||McKeough, Rita., Edmonds, Pamela., DalTech. Faculty of Architecture. Exhibitions and Resource Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. :|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Gendering Urban Space in the Middle East, South Asia, and Africa Hardcover – Bargain Price, by Martina Rieker (Editor), Kamran Asdar Ali (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating5/5(1). Gendering Spaces in European Towns, DOI link for Gendering Spaces in European Towns, Gendering Spaces in European Towns, bookAuthor: Elaine Chalus, Marjo Kaartinen.
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Space, Place, and Gender A leading feminist geographer puts forth new ways of thinking about space and place. Elizabeth Grosz, “Space, Time, and Bodies,” in Space, Time and Perversion (New York and London: Routledge, ), 98– Elisabeth Mahoney also draws on Grosz's work in her account of the gendering of the postmodern city (feminine) and postmodern theory (masculine).
Introduction: (En)gendering the political: Citizenship from marginal spaces Joe Turner 2. Unfamiliar acts of citizenship: enacting citizenship in vernacular music and language from the space of marginalised intergenerational migration Aoileann Ní Mhurchú.
“This book presents a collection of Massey’s writings that have appeared over the last two decades. The volume is, however, more than a sum of its parts, in that Massey uses commentaries throughout the book to delineate an intellectual trajectory in Anglo geography that connects the concerns of economic geography with critiques and extensions by feminist and postcolonial writers.
The Gendering of Computer Gaming: Experience and Space1 the changes in gaming texts and contexts have not radically improved the leisure constraints associated with gendered space and.
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Abstract The concluding chapter of the book, which puts the changing patterns of psychological gender into a broader framework of changing gender cultures, life forms and life choices, and how feelings of gender may have worked as emotional links in these processes of historical change.
The gendering of space transforms the female body into an emblem of landscape devastation, remaps ruin aesthetics, and extends the politics of gender identity into cyberspace and virtual reality. The work presents a critical review of women's art in contemporary China in.
The essays in this book critically examine the ways in which gendered subjects negotiate their life-worlds in Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African urban landscapes. They raise issues surrounding the city as a representative site of personal autonomy and political possibilities for women and/or men/5(1).
This volume challenges the imagery of cities by looking through a gendered lens at how women utilize urban space. Focusing on the conceptual and methodological manner of boundaries, the book reminds us that women are members of multiple and diverse groups and as such, they can be active, creative, and powerful agents.
Multidisciplinary essays, contributed by urbanists, geographers, political. In this context, the study traces both how space is gendered through particular situated social practices and how gender is spaced, or how gender performativity is materialized in and through organizational space.
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Gendering spaces in European towns, [Elaine Chalus; Marjo Kaartinen;] -- "Towns are imagined, lived and experienced, as much as they are conceived and constructed. They reflect cultural and intellectual currents, prevailing economic climates and unresolved tensions. shaping and gendering space Abstract: In the field of communication studies, the topic of telephony and the gendering of space via voice and emotions has received limited attention.
Gendering Traditions, Spaces, Social Institutions, and Identities. Authors: The monograph Invention won the Distinguished Book Award of the American Sociological Association and was a finalist for the Herskovitts Prize of the African Studies Association in the same year.
She has garnered a number of research fellowships, including. insight into locating spaces within time. Although time divides space and its occupation by women, men, and children, it has been invisible. Domosh and Seager (), in their book Putting Women in Place, discussed the gendering of space in different places and contexts such as.
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[I]f sexual identities are seen not so much as fixed identities, but rather as negotiated and contested across time and space, the importance of space in shaping sexual identities and subjectivities becomes obvious (Hubbard1).
GENDERING SPACE IN BOSTON Elizabeth Alice Clement Sarah Deutsch. Women and the City: Gender, Space, and Power in Boston, New York: Oxford University Press, pp. Halftones, map, notes, and index. $ (cloth); $ (paper). Everyone knows that space is gendered.
How often, for example, do we tell. A number of recent studies have raised critical questions about the gendering of academic labour in the contemporary university as workplace. This paper focuses on gendering discourses of work around student writing which surfaced in an ethnographically oriented study of fourteen academic teacher participants based in six diverse UK Universities in a range of disciplines.
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7 Introduction This thesis explores the gendering of vertical space through an analysis of literary representations of lifts in tower blocks in British realist fiction.2 The foundational premise of the thesis is provided by Henri Lefebvre’s proposition that ‘(Social) space is a (social).
The continuous demand for Gendering Caste: Through a Feminist Lens () led to this revised edition which analyses the recent socio-economic and political changes that have taken place. Caste-based marriage and control over women's sexuality have been crucial for. Gendering of spaces is an important means by which social systems maintain the organization of gender.
They reinforce particular ways of being a man or being a woman, and can maintain the relationships between men and women. `The stated aim of Gendering Welfare States is to integrate mainstream and feminist approaches to the comparative analysis of the welfare state in Western Europe.
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Women's Space and Men's Space Women's Space and Men's Space. Contributor(s): Katarzyna Ostalska (Editor) Subject(s): Gender Studies, Studies of Literature, Philology Published by: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego Keywords: gender space of literature; gender stereotypes; gendering of space and culture; women’s status; female witches Summary/Abstract: The articles included in this book.
as a postcolonial space predicated on representation and colonial planning, governed by abstract media images that lead to a frag-mented existence. In part this reflects a trend in anthropological studies of urban space since the s to focus on representation and on the city as text (Jacobs ).
This article, while indi. In contrast to most cultural histories of imperialism, which analyse Orientalist images of rather than by women, Gendering Orientalism focuses on the contributions of women themselves. Drawing on the little-known work of Henriette Browne, other `lost' women Orientlist artists and the literary works of George Eliot, Reina Lewis challenges masculinist assumptions relating to the stability and.
Women, Gender and Disaster provides a comprehensive overview of the role gender plays in various disaster situations [The book] brings together cross-cultural and grassroots perspectives on both response and reduction, examining what is being done now and what could be done in the future The book gives important case studies and examples for those working in the disaster management field.
the Gendering of Diasporic Space Jacqueline Nassy Brown University of California, Santa Cruz Afraid is a country with no exit visas.-Audre Lorde, "Diaspora" If the paper seems preoccupied with the diaspora experience and its narratives of displacement, it is worth remembering that all discourse is "placed," and the heart has its reasons.
Gendered Bodies introduces readers to women’s visual art in contemporary China by examining how the visual process of gendering reshapes understandings of historiography, sexuality, pain, and space. When artists take the body as the subject of female experience and the medium of aesthetic experiment, they reveal a wealth of noncanonical approaches to art.
The gendering of reading preferences is clearly visible in the book sections for women in Kerala’s public libraries. These generally stock novels with highly romanticised visions of human life, of ideal marital life, emotional elements, ‘moral’ storylines, cooking recipes, and.
About the Book; Gendered Bodies introduces readers to women's visual art in contemporary China by examining how the visual process of gendering reshapes understandings of historiography, sexuality, pain, and space.
When artists take the body as the subject of female experience and the medium of aesthetic experiment, they reveal a wealth of noncanonical approaches to art.
This book is a pioneering reading of Impressionism from a feminist perspective by a noted art historian. Norma Broude analyzes the philosophical underpinnings of landscape painting in the late nineteenth century discussing the critical misconceptions attached to Impressionism, in particular the work of Monet.Gendering Urban Space in the Middle East, South Asia, and Africa Martina Rieker and Kamran Asdar Ali, eds.
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