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[轉載]:A Bibliography of Geography and Gender


轉載自 (the information was retrieved on 2005/6/4 from):

a comprehensive, but might be outdated reading list on greography and gender.


Edition 5 — 18 April 1995

A cooperative effort by members of the Discussion List for Feminism in Geography (

Compiled by Kate Davis
Department of Geography
University of California, Berkeley

Acker, J. 1990. Hierarchies, jobs, bodies: a theory of gendered organisations. Gender & Society. 4: 139-158.

Adams, James Eli. 1993. The Banality of Transgression? Recent Works on Masculinity. Victorian studies. 36(2): 207-

Adkins, L. 1992. Sexual work and the employment of women in the service industries. In M. Savage and A. Witz, (eds) Gender and Bureaucracy. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, pp 207-228.

Adler, S. and J. Brenner. 1992. Gender and space: lesbians and gay men in the city. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 16: 24-34.

Agarwal, B. 1993. The Gender and Environment Debate. Feminist Studies 18 (1) 119-58.

Ahrentzen, S. B. 1993 Home as a Workplace in the Lives of Women. In I. Altman and S. M. Low, (eds), Place Attachment. New York and London: Plenum Press.

Aitken, S.C. 1994. Diaper Determinism: Newborns, Gendered Geographies and Postmodern Families. Working paper presented at the annual meetings of the AAG, San Francisco. Copy available from author (

Aitken, S.C. 1994. I’d Rather Watch the Movie than Read the Book. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 18: 291-312.

Aitken, S.C. 1994. Putting Children in Their Place. Association of American Geographers Resource Publication Series, Washington D.C.

Aitken, S.C. and Rushton, G. 1993. Perceptual and Behavioral Theories in Practice. Progress in Human Geography. 17 (3): 378-88.

Aitken, S.C. and Wingate, J. 1993. A Preliminary Study of the Self-Directed Photography of Middle-Class, Homeless, and Mobility-Impaired Children. The Professional Geographer. 45(1): 65-72.

Aitken, S.C. and Zonn, L. E. 1993. Weir(d) Sex: Representation of Gender- Environment Relations in Peter Weir’s Picnic at Hanging Rock and Gallipoli. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 11: 191-212.

Aitken, S.C. and Zonn, L. E. 1994. Representing the Place Pastiche. In S.C. Aitken and L.E. Zonn, (eds.), Place, Power, Situation and Spectacle: A Geography of Film. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 3-25.

Alexander, M. J. 1994. Not just (any) BODY can be a citizen: the politics of law, sexuality and postcoloniality in Trinidad and Tobago and the Bahamas. Feminist Review. No 48: 5-23.

Allen, J. A. 1992. Feminist critiques of western Knowledges: spatial anxieties in a provisional phase? In K. Ruthven, (ed.), Beyond the Disciplines: The New Humanities. Canberra: Australian Academy of the Humanities.

Anderson, N.F. 1994. Bridging cross-cultural feminisms: Annie Besant and women’s rights in England and India, 1874-1933. Women’s History Review. 3(4): 563-580.

Andrew, C., Klodawsky, F. and Lundy, C. 1994. Women’s safety and the politics of transformation. Women and Environments. 14.

Andrew, C., Milroy, B. M. 1988. Life Spaces: Gender, Household, Employment. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Andrew, C., P. Gurstein, F. Klodawsky, B. M. Milroy, J. Mcclain, L. Peake, D. Rose And G. Wekerle. 1994. Canadian Women and Cities. Orientation paper for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation. Available from Canadian Housing Information Centre, CMHC, Ottawa.

Anthias, F. and Yuval-Davis, N. 1992. Racialized boundaries: race, nation, gender, colour and class in the anti-racist struggle. London: Routledge.

Appelbaum, E. 1993. New technology and work organisation: the role of gender relations. In B. Probert and B.W. Wilson (eds.), Pink Collar Blues: Work, Gender and Technology. Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, pp 60-84.

Arat-Koc, S. and Giles, W. 1993. Maid for the Market: Women’s Paid Domestic Labour. Fernwood, Halifax.

Ardayfio-Schandorf, E. 1993. Women’s Health Status in Africa– Environmental Perspectives from Rural Communities. Health Care for Women International 14 (4): 375-86.

Ardener, S., ed. 1993. Women and Space: Ground Rules and Social Maps. Berg Publishers, Oxford.

Armstrong, N. 1990. The occidental Alice. Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies 2(2): 3-40.

ASIAN STUDIES REVIEW. 1994. Special issue on Women and the State in Asia. Vol. 17(3) April.

Australia: Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Office of the Status of Women and The Country Women’s Association of Australia. 1988. Life Has never Been Easy: Report of the Survey of Women in Rural Australia. Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra.

Back, L. 1994. The ‘white negro’ revisited: race and masculinities in south London. In Dislocating Masculinities Eds., A. Cornwall and N. Lindisfarne. London: Routledge, pp. 172-183.

Bagguley, P. 1991. Gender and labour flexibility in hotel and catering. Service Industries Journal. 10: 737-747.

Bagguley, P., Mark-Lawson, J., Shapiro, D., Walby, S., and Warde, A. 1990. Restructuring: Place, Class and Gender. Social and Spatial Change in a British Locality. Sage Publications Ltd, London.

Baldock, C.V. and Cass, B. 1988. Women, Social Welfare and the State in Australia. Allen and Unwin, Melbourne

Baran, B. 1985. Office automation and women’s work: the technological transformation of the insurance industry, in High Technology. Space and Society, ed. M. Castells. Sage Publications, Beverly Hills CA, pp 143-171.

Barrett, M. 1989. Different meanings of the concept of difference. in Difference Within: Feminism and Critical Theory, eds. E. Meese and A. Parker. John Benjamin, Amsterdam, pp 37-48.

Bartel, E. C., and Roberts, J.A. 1993. The Shakespearean Wild: Geography, Genus, and Gender. Renaissance Quarterly. 46(3): 603-

Bartlett, S. 1980. Residential Mobility and Housing Choices of Single-Parent Mothers. Joint Center For Urban Studies, Cambridge, Mass.. (This is questionable)

Bauer, J., Wang, F., Riley, N., and Zhao, X. 1992. Gender Inequality in Urban China: Education and Employment. Modern China 18 (3).

Baxter, J., and Gibson, D., with Lynch-Blosse, M. 1990. Double Take: The Links between Paid and Unpaid Work. Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra.

Baxter, J., Gibson, D., Kingston, C. and Western, J. 1988. The Lives of Rural Women: Problems and Prospects of Employment. Department of Anthropology and Sociology, University of Queensland, St Lucia.

Baylina i Ferre, M. 1992. L’Enfocament de Genere en un Bloc de Contingut sobre Activitat i Espai Industrials a l’Ensenyament Secundari Postobligatori. Documents d’Anlisi Geogrfica 21: 167-79.

Bear, L. G. 1994. Miscegenations of modernity: constructing European respectability and race in the Indan railway colony, 1857-1931. Women’s History Review. 3(4): 531-548.

Beauchamp, B. and Wheeler, B. 1988. Achilles to the Heel: Teaching Masculinity. Women’s studies quarterly. 16(3-4): 100-

Bell, D. 1994. Erotic Topographies: On the Sexuality and Space Network, Antipode 26 (1): 194-96.

Bell, D. and G. Valentine. eds. 1995. Mapping Desire: geographies of sexualities. London: Routledge.

Bell, D. J. 1991. Insignificant others: lesbian and gay geographies. Area. 23: 323-329.

Bell, D. J. 1992. What we talk about when we talk about love: a comment on Hay (1991). Area 24: 409-10.

Bell, D. J. 1994. In bed with M E Robinson. Area. 26: 86-89.

Bell, D., Binnie, J., Cream, J. and Valentine, G. 1994. All hyped up and no place to go. Gender Place and Culture. 1: 31-47.

Bell, M. 1993. The Pestilence that Walketh in Darkness: Imperial Health, Gender, and Images of South Africa 1880- 1910. Transactions, Institute of British Geographers 18 (3) : 327-41.

Bell-Scott, Patricia, ed. Life Notes: Personal Writings by Contemporary Black Women. New York: Norton, 1993.

Beneria, L. 1982. Accounting for women’s work. In Women and Development: The Sexual Division of Labor in Rural Societies. New York: Praeger.

Benert, Annette L. 1990. The Geography of Gender in The House of Mirth. Studies in the novel 22(1): 26-

Benhabib, S. 1992. Situating the Self: Gender, Community and Postmodernism in Contemporary Ethics. Polity Press, Cambridge

Berg, L.D. 1993. Between modernism and postmodernism. Progress in Human Geography 17: 490-507.

Berg, L.D. 1993. Racialization in academic discourse. Urban Geography. 14: 194-200.

Berg, L.D. 1994. Masculinism, power, and discourses of exclusion in Brian Berry’s ‘scientific’ geography. Urban Geography 15(3): 279-287.

Berg, L.D. 1994. Masculinity, place, and a binary discourse of ‘theory’ and ’empirical investigation’ in the human geography of Aotearoa/New Zealand. Gender, Place and Culture 1 (2): 245-260.

Berg, L.D. and Kearns, R. A. 1995. Naming as norming? ‘Race, gender and the identity politics of naming places in Aotearoa/New Zealand.Unpublished MS available from authors.

Best, S. 1995. Sexualising space. In E. Grosz and E. Probyn, (eds.), Sexual Bodies: Feminism, postmodernism and the corporeal. London: Routledge.

Bhabha, Homi. 1995. Focus: Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art. Artforum International 33 (6): 86-

Bhavnani, K-K. 1993. Tracing the contours. Feminist research and feminist objectivity. Women’s Studies International Forum. 16: 95-104.

Bianchi, S. M. 1983. American women: three decades of change. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C. (Special demographic analysis (CDS- 80-8)).

Bianchi, S. M., and Spain, D. 1986. American Women in Transition. Russell Sage Foundation, New York.

Blackford, K. 1993. Images of Mothers with Multiple Sclerosis and Their Children: A Discourse Analysis of MS Society Newsletters (1957-1992). The Operational Geographer 11 (1): 18-22.

Blumen, O. 1994. Gender Differences in the Journey to Work. Urban Geography. 15(3): 223-

Blumen, O. 1994. Gender Differences in the Journey-to-Work. Urban Geography 15 (3): 223-45.

Blunt, A. 1994. Travel, Gender and Imperialism: Mary Kingsley in West Africa. Guildford, New York.

Blunt, A. and G. Rose (eds) 1994 Writing Women and Space: Colonial and Postcolonial Geographies. Guildford, New York.

Bock, G. and P. Thane, eds. 1991. Maternity and gender policies: Women and the rise of the European welfare states, 1880s – 1950s. London: Routledge.

Bondi, L. 1990. Feminism, postmodernism, and geography. space for women? Antipode 22: 156-167.

Bondi, L. 1990. Progress in geography and gender: feminism and difference. Progress in Human Geography 14.

Bondi, L. 1992. Gender and dichotomy. Progress in Human Geography. 16: 98-104.

Bondi, L. 1992. Gender symbols and urban landscapes. Progress in Human Geography. 16: 157-170.

Bondi, L. 1993. Gender and Geography: Crossing Boundaries. Progress in Human Geography 17 (2): 241-46.

Bondi, L. 1993. Locating identity politics. in Place and the politics of identity. eds. M. Keith and S. Pile. Routledge, London and New York, pp 84-101.

Bondi, L. 1994. Gentrification, work and gender identity. In Audrey Kobayashi, ed. Women, Work and Place. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s Press, 182-200.

Bondi, L, and Domosh, M. 1992. Other figures in other places: on feminism, postmodernism and geography. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 10: 199-213.

Bordo, S. 1986. The Cartesian masculinization of thought. Signs. 11: 439-456.

Bordo, S. 1994. Unbearable weight: feminism, Western culture and the body. London and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Bouthillette, A. M. 1994. The role of gay communities in gentrification: A Case Study of Cabbagetown, Toronto. In S. Whittle (ed.), The Margins of the City: Gay Men’s Urban Lives, Ashgate, UK.

Bowlby, R. 1993. Shopping With Freud. New York: Routledge.

Bowlby, S. 1991. Women and the designed environment. Built Environment. 16 (special issue).

Bowlby, S. 1992. Feminist geography and the changing curriculum. Geography. 78: 349-360

Bowlby, S. ed. 1984. Women and the built environment. Built Environment. 10 (special issue).

Bowlby, S., Lewis, J., McDowell, L., and Foord, J. 1989. The geography of gender, in The New Models in Geography, Vol. II, eds. R. Peet and N. Thrift. Unwin Hyman, London, pp 157-175.

Boyce, W. 1989. Developing a feminist methodology. Unpublished M.Phil. thesis, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Bradbury, Bettina 1994. Women’s Workplaces: the impact of technological change on working-class women inthe home and in the workplace in nineteenth-century Montreal. In Audrey Kobayashi, ed. Women, Work and Place. Montreal: McGill- Queen’s Press, 27-44.

Braidotti, R., E. Charkiewicz, S. Hausler,& S. Wieringa. 1994. Women, the Environment and Sustainable Development. Zed Books, London.

Brantlinger, P. 1986. Victorians and Africans: the geneology of the myth of the Dark Continent, in Race, writing, and difference, ed. H. L. Gates Jr. University of Chicago Press, London and Chicago, pp. 185-222.

Braumann, S. 1994. The Lesbian and Gay Past: It’s Greek to Whom? Gender, Place and Culture 1(2): 149-68.

Brochmann , G.. 1993. Middle East Avenue: Female Migration from Sri Lanka to the Gulf Boulder CO: Westview.

Brockerhoff, M. and Hogsook, E. Demographic and Socioeconomic Determinants of Female Rural to Urban Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa, International Migration Review 27 (3) 557-78.

Brooker-Gross, S. R. 1991. Teaching about race, gender, class and geography through fiction. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 15(1): 35-47.

Broude, Gwen J. 1990. Protest Masculinity: A Further Look at the Causes and the Concept. Ethos. 18: 103-

Brown, D., and Hogg, R. 1993. Masculinity, Sport and the Swinging Arm. Polemic. 4(2): 83-

Brown, M . 1983. The Structure of Disadvantage. Heinemann, London

Brown, Michael. 1995. Ironies of distance: An ongoing critique of the geographies of AIDS. Environment and Planning D: Society & Space. Forthcoming.

Brun, J. and J. Fagnani. 1994. Lifestyles and Locational Choices — Trade-offs and Compromises: A Case Study of Middle-Class Couples Living in the Ile-de-France Region. Urban Studies. 31 (6), 921-34.

Buchmueller, L. 1993. Einer Frauenzukunft entgegen? In Ortssuche. Zur Geographie der Geschlechterdifferenz, eds. E. Buehler, H. Meyer, D. Reichert, and A. Scheller. eFeF Verlag, Zuerich, Dortmund, pp 173-202.

Buehler, E., Meyer, H., Reichert, D., and Scheller, A., eds. 1993. Ortssuche. Zur Geographie der Geschlechterdifferenz. eFeF Verlag, Zuerich, Dortmund.

Buller, T. and C. Hamnett. 1994. Gentrification, Class, and Gender: Some Comments on Warde’s ‘Gentrification as Consumption’ Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 12 (4), 477-93.

Bunkle, P. and Hughes, B., eds. 1980. Women in New Zealand Society. George Allen and Unwin, Auckland.

Burton, A. 1994. Rules of thumb: British history and ‘imperial culture’ in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Britain. Women’s History Review. 3(4): 483-500.

Butchart, R. E. 1990. Recruits to the Army of Civilization: Gender, Race, Class and the Freedmen’s Teachers, 1862-1875. Journal of education. 172 (3): 76-

Butler, J. 1990. Gender trouble: feminism and the subversion of identity. London and New York: Routledge.

Butler, J. 1993. Bodies that Matter: On the Discursive Limits of Sex. New York: Routledge.

Cameron, J. and L. Costello. 1994. Bodies, spaces and re/insriptions: homeless girls and pregnant teenagers. Paper presented to the 1994 Conference of the Institute of Australian Geographers, September, Magnetic Island, Qsld.

Camstra, R. 1993. Rising female labour force participation in the Netherlands: the geodemography of gender, PDOD-publication 14, PDOD, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. (Can be obtained without charge by sending a postcard to PDOD, PDI, Nieuwe Prinsengracht 130, 1018 VZ Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Camstra, R. 1994. The geodemography of gender: spatial behaviour of working women. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie. 85, 5: 434-445.

Carmichael, C. 1994. The fertility of Lake Cerknica. Social History. 19(3): 305-318.

Carney, J. 1993. Converting the Wetlands, Engendering the Environment: The Intersection of Gender with Agrarian Change in The Gambia. Economic geography. 69(4): 329-

Carney, J. 1993. Converting the Wetlands, Engendering the Environment: The Intersection of Gender with Agrarian Change in the Gambia, Economic Geography 69 (4): 329-48.

Carson, Diane, Linda Dittmar, and Janice R. Welsch, eds. 1994. Multiple Voices in Feminist Film Criticism. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Carter Park, D. 1992. Observations on Gender, Spatial and Thematic Content of Papers Presented at the CAG Annual Conference, Vancouver BC, 1992. The Operational Geographer. 10 (3): 18-19.

Carton, Evan. 1991. Vietnam and the Limits of Masculinity. American literary history. 3(2): 294-

Castree, N. 1995. On theory’s subject and subject’s theory: Harvey, capital, and the limits to classical Marxism. Environment & Planning A. 27: 269-298.

Chanady, Amaryll, ed. 1994. Latin American Identity and Constructions of Difference. Minneapolis: U Minnesota P.

Chicoine, N and D. Rose. 1989. Restructuration economique, division sexuelle et repartition spatiale du travail dans la region metropolitaine de Montreal. Espaces, populations, societes, 1989 (1): 53-64.

Chouinard, V. 1994. Reinventing radical geography: is what’s Left Right? Environment and Planning D: Socety and Space. 11.

Chouinard, V. 1995. Gender and Class Identities in Process and in Place: the local state as a site of gender and class formation. Environment and Planning A (forthcoming).

Chouinard, V. and A. Grant. 1995. On Being Not Even Anywhere Near the Project: Ways of Putting Ourselves in the Picture Antipode.

Christopherson, S. 1989. On being outside The Project. Antipode. 21: 83-89.

Christopherson, S. 1994. Bargaining and balancing: women’s waged work as an adjustment strategy in U.S. households. In Audrey Kobayashi, ed. Women, Work and Place. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s Press, 162-81.

Clarke, D.B. and M. Purvis. 1994. Dialectics, Difference, and the geographies of consumption. Environment and Planning A. 26: 1091-1109

Cochran , M. (ed.) 1993. International Handbook of Child Care Policies and Programs Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Cockburn, C. 1983. Brothers: Male dominance and Technological Change. Pluto Press, London

Cockburn, C. 1985 Machinery of Dominance: Women, Men and Technical Know-how. Pluto Press, Sydney.

Cockburn, C. 1986 The relations of technology: what implications for theories of sex and class?, in Gender and Stratification, eds. R. Crompton and M. Mann. Polity Press, Cambridge, pp 74-85.

Cockburn, C. 1988. The gendering of jobs: workplace relations and the reproduction of sex segregation, in Gender Segregation at Work, ed. S. Walby. Open University Press, Milton Keynes, pp 29-42.

Colomina, B., ed. 1992. Sexuality and Space. Princeton Architectural Press, New York.

Connell, R.W. 1987. Gender and power: society, the person and sexual politics. Cambridge: Polity Press/Blackwell.

Connell, R.W. 1990. A Whole New World: Remaking Masculinity in the Context of the Environmental Movement. Gender & society. 4(4): 452-

Connell, R.W. 1990. Cool Guys, Swots, Wimps: the interplay of masculinity and education. Oxford review of education. 15(3): 291.

Connell, R.W. 1992. A Very Straight Gay: Masculinity, Homosexual Experience, and the Dynamics of Gender. American sociological review. 57(6): 735-

Connell, R.W. 1993. The big picture: masculinities in recent world history. Theory and Society 22: 597-624.

Considine, B. 1989. Inequality and the egalitarian myth, in Culture and Identity in New Zealand, eds. D. Novitz and B. Willmott. GP Books, Wellington, pp 172-186.

Cornwall, A. and Lindisfarne, N. eds. 1994. Dislocating masculinities. London: Routledge.

Cosgrove, D. 1992. Orders and a new world: cultural geography 1990-91. Progress in Human Geography. 16: 272-280.

Cosgrove, D. and Domosh, M. 1993. Author and authority: writing the new cultural geography. In Place/culture/representation, eds. J. Duncan and D. Ley. Routledge, London and New York, pp 25-38.

Costello, L. 1993. New ways of seeing, new stories to tell: homeless girls, feminism and postmodernity. Unpublished paper, Department of Geography and Environmental Science, Monash University, Clayton, Vic. Australia.

Court, G. and McDowell, L. 1993. Serious trouble? Financial services and structural change. WP3, The South East Research Programme, Faculty of Social Sciences, Open University, Milton Keynes.

Cowlishaw, G. 1993. Introduction: representing racial issues. Oceania. 63: 183-194.

Craig, C., Garnsey, E. and Rubery, J. 1985. Labour market segmentation and women’s employment: a case study from the United Kingdom. International Labour Review. 124: 267-280

Crang, P. 1992. The politics of polyphony. reconfigurations in geographical authority. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 10: 527-549.

Crang, P. 1994. It’s showtime: on the workplace geographies of display in a restaurant in southeast England. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 12: 675-704.

Crang, P. Forthcoming. Spaces of Service. Routledge: London

Cream, J. 1995. Re-solving riddles: the sexed body. In D. Bell and G. Valentine, (eds.), Mapping Desire: ZGeographies of sexualities. London: Routledge.

Cresswell, T. 1994. Putting Women in Their Place: The Carnival at Greenham Common, Antipode 26 (1): 35-58.

Cresswell, T. 1994. Putting women in their place: the carnival at Greenham Common. Antipode. 26(1): 35-58.

Crompton, R. and Jones, G. 1984. White-collar proletariat: deskilling and gender in clerical work. London: Macmillan.

Crompton, R. and Mann, M., eds. 1986. Gender and Stratification. Polity Press: Cambridge.

Crompton, R. and Sanderson, K. 1990. Gendered jobs and social change. London: Unwin Hyman.

Crowley, H. and Himmelweit, S., eds. 1992. Knowing Women: Feminism and Knowledge. Polity Press, Cambridge.

Dalby, S. 1990. Creating the second cold war. Pinter, London.

Dalby, S. 1993. The ‘Kiwi disease’: geopolitical discourse in Aotearoa/New Zealand and the South Pacific. Political Geography. 12: 437-56.

Davies, B. 1991. The concept of agency. a feminist poststructuralist analysis. Social Analysis. 30: 42-53.

Davis, D. L. 1993. When Men Become Women: Gender Antagonism and the Changing Sexual Geography of Work in Newfoundland. Sex roles. 29(7-8): 457-

Davis, N. (ed.) 1993. Prostitution: An International Handbook on Trends, Problems, and Policies. Westport CT: Greenwood.

Dawson, W. and Turner, J. 1989. When She Goes to Work She Stays at Home: Women, New Technology and Home-based Work. Women’s Research and Employment Initiatives Program, Department of Employment, Education and Training, Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra.

De Lauretis, T. 1988. Displacing hegemonic discourses: reflections on feminist theory in the 1980s. Inscriptions. 2: 127- 144.

De Lauretis, T. 1990. Eccentric subjects: feminist theory and historical consciousness. Feminist Studies. 16: 115-150.

Documents d’Analisi Geografica. 1994(?) No. 26. A special issue devoted to Women, Work, and Daily Life, including 29 papers and reports.

Doel, M. 1994. Deconstruction on the move: from libidinal economy to liminal materialism. Environment and Planning A. 26: 1041-1060.

Doel, M. 1994. Writing difference. Environment and Planning A. 26: 1015-1020.

Donaldson, M. 1993. What is hegemonic masculinity? Theory and Society 22: 643-658.

Dowling, R. 1993. Feminity, Place, and Commodities: A Retail Case Study, Antipode 25 (4): 295-319.

Dowling, R. 1993. Home Truths: Recent Feminist Constructions. Urban Geography 14 (5): 464-75.

Dowsett, G.W. 1993. I’ll show you mine if you’ll show me yours: gay men, masculinity research, men’s studies, and sex. Theory and Society 22(5): 697-710.

Driver, F. 1993. Power and pauperism: the workhouse system 1834-1884. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Duncan, J. and Ley, D., eds. 1993. Place / culture / representation. Routledge, London and New York.

Duncan, N. and Sharp, J.P. 1993. Confronting representation(s). Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 11: 473-486.

Duncan, N. ed. 1995. (Re)placings: Destabilizing Geographies of Gender and Sexuality. London and New York: Routledge. (Forthcoming).

Duncan, S. (Guest Editor). 1994. Environment and Planning A, vol 26 (8) and 26 (9). Special double issue on The Diverse Worlds of European Patriarchy.

Duncan, S. 1994. Women’s and Men’s Lives and Work in Sweden. Gender, Place and Culture 1([1]I@[1]_ [1]W00 $idden Geographies: The Changing Lifeworlds of Women with Multiple Sclerosis. Social Science and Medicine. 40: 307-320.

Edelman, Lee. 1993. Homographesis: Essays in Gay Literary and Cultural Theory. New York: Routledge.

Egerton, J. 1990. Out but not down: Lesbians’ experiences of housing. Feminist Review. 36: 75-88.

Elder, G. 1995. Of Moffies, kaffirs, and perverts: Male homosexuality and the discourse of moral order in the apartheid state. Iidden Geographies: The Changing Lifeworlds of Women with Multiple Sclerosis. Social Science and Medicine. 40: 307-320.

Edelman, Lee. 1993. Homographesis: Essays in Gay Literary and Cultural Theory. New York: Routledge.

Egerton, J. 1990. Out but not down: Lesbians’ experiences of housing. Feminist Review. 36: 75-88.

Elder, G. 1995. Of Moffies, kaffirs, and perverts: Male homosexuality and the discourse of moral order in the apartheid state. In D. Bell and G. Valentine, (eds.), Mapping Desire: ZGeographies of sexualities. London: Routledge.

El-Or, T. and G. Aran. 1995. Giving birth to a settlement: Maternal thinking and political action of Jewish women on the West Bank. Gender & Society. 9: 60-78.

Emberley, J.V. 1993. Thresholds of Difference: Feminist Critique, Native Women’s Writing, Postcolonial Theory. University of Toronto Press, Toronto.

Encel, S. and Campbell, D. 1991. Out of the Doll’s House: Women in the Public Sphere. Longman Cheshire, Melbourne.

England, K.V.L. 1993. Changing Suburbs, Changing Women: Geographic Perspectives on Suburban Women and Suburbanization, Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 14 (1): 24-43.

England, K.V.L. 1993. Suburban Pink Collar Ghettos: The Spatial Entrapment of Women? Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 83: 225-242.

England, K.V.L. 1994. From ‘Social Justice and the City’ to women friendly cities? Feminist theory and politics. Urban Geography. Forthcoming.

England, K.V.L. 1994. Getting personal: reflexivity, positionality, and feminist research. The Professional Geographer. 46(1): 80-89.

England, K.V.L. 1994. Reply to Susan Hanson and Geraldine Pratt. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 84 (3), 502-04.

England, K.V.L. 1995. Who Will Mind the Baby? Geographies of Child Care and Working Mothers. Routledge, New York. Forthcoming.

Epstein, B. 1994. Anti-Communism, Homophobia, and the Construction of Masculinity in the Postwar U.S. Critical sociology. 20(3): 21-

Eyles, J. 1993. Feminist and interpretive method: how different? The Canadian Geographer. 37: 50-52.

Fahey, S. 1988. Putting gender into geography. Australian Geographical Studies. 26(1): 202-213.

Fairhurst, U.J. (ed.). 1993. Geography and Gender: A Record of Shared Experiences Department of Geography, University of Pretoria. (May be purchased for R 20.00 from the Department).

Fairhurst, U.J. 1993. (ed.) Gender Issues in Africa: Women and Change Department of Geography, University of Pretoria. May be purchased for R 15.00 from the Department.

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