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Volume 26, Numbers 7-9, 2 September 2019

Mapping gender and feminist geographies in the global context
pp. 915-925(11)
Authors: Blidon, Marianne; Zaragocin, Sofia

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Gender and feminist studies in Albania – a brief state of the art
pp. 926-934(9)
Authors: Danaj, Ermira; Lame, Edvin; Kalaja, Daniela

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Gender geography in Argentina: a brief overview
pp. 935-944(10)
Author: Colombara, Mónica

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Geographies of gender and sexuality in Australia, from 1994 to 2018
pp. 945-955(11)
Authors: Gorman-Murray, Andrew; Baganz, Emilie

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Feminist geographies: fight and achievement of a place in the Brazilian scientific production
pp. 956-963(8)
Authors: Silva, Joseli Maria; Ornat, Marcio Jose

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Canadian feminist geography in the 21st century
pp. 964-975(12)
Author: Muller Myrdahl, Tiffany

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Recognizing and undisciplining feminist geography in the Caribbean
pp. 988-1000(13)
Authors: Gahman, Levi; Collins, Tivia

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Development of Czech feminist and queer geographies: identifying barriers, seeking progress
pp. 1001-1012(12)
Authors: Pitoňák, Michal; Klingorová, Kamila

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Gender and Feminist Geography in Colombia
pp. 1021-1031(11)
Author: Ulloa, Astrid

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Feminist geography in Ecuador
pp. 1032-1038(7)
Author: Zaragocin, Sofia

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Still a long way to go: gender and feminist geographies in France
pp. 1039-1048(10)
Author: Blidon, Marianne

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Celebrating 30 years of feminist geographies in the German-speaking countries Germany, Switzerland* and Austria
pp. 1049-1063(15)
Authors: Bauriedl, Sybille; Marquardt, Nadine; Schurr, Carolin; Vogelpohl, Anne

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The emergence and institutionalization of feminist geography in Ghana
pp. 1064-1072(9)
Authors: Wrigley-Asante, Charlotte; Ardayfio-Schandorf, Elizabeth

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Men in upheaval: integrating Hong Kong politics and critical studies of men and masculinities
pp. 1081-1093(13)
Authors: Liong, Mario; Ho, Petula Sik-Ying

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Hungarian feminist geography in a curved space?
pp. 1094-1102(9)
Author: Timár, Judit

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Feminist and gender geographies in Ireland
pp. 1111-1118(8)
Authors: Gilmartin, Mary; McGing, Claire; Browne, Kath

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Israeli feminist geography: women, gender and queer geographies
pp. 1119-1127(9)
Authors: Fenster, Tovi; Misgav, Chen

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Avoiding the “F” word: feminist geography in Iran
pp. 1128-1136(9)
Author: Bagheri, Nazgol

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Gender and geography in Italy
pp. 1137-1148(12)
Authors: Schmidt di Friedberg, Marcella; Pecorelli, Valeria

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Geographies of gender and feminism in Mexico: a field in construction
pp. 1170-1181(12)
Author: Villagrán, Paula Soto

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Feminist geographies in Aotearoa New Zealand: cultural, social and political moments
pp. 1182-1197(16)
Authors: Adams-Hutcheson, Gail; Bartos, Ann E.; Dombroski, Kelly; Le Heron, Erena; Underhill-Sem, Yvonne

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Feminist geographies in Norway from the turn of the millennium
pp. 1198-1214(17)
Authors: Lund, Ragnhild; Berg, Nina Gunnerud; Jones, Michael; Setten, Gunhild

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Searching for feminist geographies: mappings outside the discipline in Poland
pp. 1215-1222(8)
Authors: Narkowicz, Kasia; Korolczuk, Elżbieta

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Mapping feminist geographies in Spain
pp. 1253-1260(8)
Authors: Baylina, Mireia; Rodó-de-Zárate, Maria

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Feminism and intersectionality in Swedish Geography
pp. 1261-1270(10)
Author: Sircar, Srilata

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The challenges of feminist geography in Taiwan
pp. 1280-1287(8)
Authors: Chiang, Lan-Hung Nora; Stephenson, Rebecca A.

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Searching for feminist geography in Thailand: mapping trails of inspiration
pp. 1288-1296(9)
Authors: Sittirak, Sinith; Meksawat, Mattanyu

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Gender and geography in the Netherlands: from separation to integration
pp. 1297-1303(7)
Author: Droogleever Fortuijn, Joos

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