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Abebe Tatek, forthcoming. AIDS-affected children, family collectives and the social dynamics of care in Ethiopia. Geoforum.

Aitken, Stuart. 2009. The Awkward Spaces of Fathering. Ashgate. ISBN: 9780754670056.

Aksit, E.E., 2011. The women’s quarters in the historical hammam. Gender, Place & Culture 18, 277–293.

Al-Sharmani, M., 2010. Transnational family networks in the Somali diaspora in Egypt: women’s roles and differentiated experiences. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 499–518.

Allspach, A., 2010. Landscapes of (neo-)liberal control: the transcarceral spaces of federally sentenced women in Canada. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 705–723.

Andolina, Robert, Nina Laurie, Sara A. Radcliffe. 2009.Indigenous Development in the Andes: Culture, power and transnationalism. Duke University Press.

Arrows for Change Bulletin (Asia Pacific Research and Resource Center for Women), 2009. Special Edition on Gender and Climate Change: 15(1). http://arrow.org.my/publications/AFC/V15n1.pdf

Bacchetta, P., 2010. The (failed) production of Hindu nationalized space in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 551–572.

Bailey, A.J., 2010. Population geographies, gender, and the migration-development nexus. Progress in Human Geography 34, 375–386.

Baldwin, Andrew, Laura Cameron and Audrey Kobayashi, eds., 2011 Rethinking the Great White North: Race, Nature and the Historical Geographies of Whiteness in Canada, Vancouver: UBC Press

Bassi, C., 2010. “The Anti-Imperialism of Fools”: A Cautionary Story on the Revolutionary Socialist Vanguard of England’s Post-9/11 Anti-War Movement. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 9, 113–137.

Bastia, T., 2011. Migration as protest? Negotiating gender, class, and ethnicity in urban Bolivia. Environment and Planning A 43, 1514 – 1529.

Basu, Pratyusha. 2009. Villages, Women, and the Success of Dairy Cooperatives in India: Making Place for Rural Development. Cambria Press. ISBN: 9781604976250.

BAYLINA, Mireia; ORTIZ, Anna; PRATS, Maria (2008). “Construyendo puentes teóricos entre geografías: género e infancia”, Semata. Ciencias Sociales e Humanidades, pp. 53-69.

BAYLINA, Mireia; ORTIZ, Anna; PRATS, Maria (2008). “Conexiones teóricas y metodológicas entre las geografías del género y la infancia”, Scripta Nova. Revista Electrónica de Geografía y Ciencias Sociales, XII, núm. 270 (41), <http://www.ub.es/geocrit/sn/sn-270/sn-270-41.htm> [ISSN: 1138-9788].

Bee, B., 2011. Gender, solidarity and the paradox of microfinance: reflections from Bolivia. Gender, Place & Culture 18, 23–43.

Birkenholtz, T., 2012. “On the network, off the map”: developing intervillage and intragender differentiation in rural water supply. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space.

Bondi, L., 2009. Teaching Reflexivity: Undoing or Reinscribing Habits of Gender? Journal of Geography in Higher Education 33, 327–337.

Bondi, Liz, David Carr, Chris Clark and Cecelia Clegg. 2011. Towards Professional Wisdom: Practical Deliberation in the People Professions. Ashgate.

Bonnin, C., Turner, S., 2012. At what price rice? Food security, livelihood vulnerability, and state interventions in upland northern Vietnam. Geoforum 43, 95–105.

Bosco, F., Aitken, S., Herman, T., 2011. Women and children in a neighborhood advocacy group: engaging community and refashioning citizenship at the United States-Mexico border. Gender, Place & Culture 18, 155–178.

Bowlby, S., 2010. Beginnings: women and geography at Northwestern in the 1960s. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 31–34.

Bowlby, Sophia, Linda McKie, Susan Gregory, Isobel MacPherson., 2010. Interdependency and Care over the Lifecourse. New York and London: Routledge.

Boyd, J., 2010. Producing Vancouver’s (hetero)normative nightscape. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 169–189.

Bromley, R.D.F., Stacey, R.J., 2011. Identifying children’s perspectives on anti-social behaviour: Variations by home area and the implications. Geoforum 42, 650–659.

Browne, K., Lim, J., 2010. Trans lives in the “gay capital of the UK”. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 615–633.

Browne, K., Nash, C.J., Hines, S., 2010. Introduction: towards trans geographies. Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 17, 573–577.

Browne, Kath, Sally R. Munt., and Andrew K.T. Yip. 2010. Queer Spiritual Spaces. Ashgate.

Browne, Kath and Catherine J. Nash. 2010. Queer Methods and Methodologies. Ashgate.

Brownhill, Leigh. 2009. Land, food, freedom. Struggles for the gendered commons in Kenya 1870-2007. Trenton: Africa World Press.

Buckley Michelle, 2012. From Kerala to Dubai and back again: Construction migrants and the global economic crisis. Geoforum 43, 250–259.

Byrne Jason, forthcoming. When green is White: The cultural politics of race, nature and social exclusion in a Los Angeles urban national park. Geoforum.

Chant, Sylvia. 2010. The International Handbook of Gender and Poverty: Concepts, Research and Policy. Edward Elgar.

Chatterton, P., Hodkinson, S., Pickerill, J., 2010. Beyond Scholar Activism: Making Strategic Interventions Inside and Outside the Neoliberal University. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 9, 245–275.

Chiang, L.-H.N., Liu, Y., 2011. Feminist geography in Taiwan and Hong Kong. Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 18, 557–569.

Chowdhury, E.H., 2010. Feminism and its “other”: representing the “new woman” of Bangladesh. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 301–318.

Christie, Maria Elisa. 2008. Kitchenspace. Women, Fiestas, and Everyday Life in Central Mexico. University of Texas Press. ISBN: 9780292717947 

Cohen, J.H., Rodriguez, L., Fox, M., 2008. Gender and Migration in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca. International Migration 46, 79–101.

Conlon, D., 2011. Waiting: feminist perspectives on the spacings/timings of migrant (im)mobility. Gender, Place & Culture 18, 353–360.

Cope, Meghan and Sarah Elwood, Eds. 2009. Qualitative GIS: A Mixed Methods Approach. Sage. ISBN: 9781412945660.

Curran, W., Breitbach, C., 2010. Notes on women in the global city: Chicago. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 393–399.

Davidson, J., Huff, L., Bridgen, J., Carolan, A., Chang, A., Ennis, K., Loynes, K., Miller, J., 2009. “Doing Gender” at Body Worlds: Embodying Field Trips as Affective Educational Experience. Journal of Geography in Higher Education 33, 303–314.

Davis, D., Walker, K., 2010. The corporeal, the social and space/place: exploring intersections from a midwifery perspective in New Zealand. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 377–391.

DeLyser, Dydia, Steve Herbert, Stuart Aitken, Mike Crang, and Linda McDowell, Eds. 2009. Handbook of Qualitative Geography. Sage. ISBN: 9781412919913.

Derickson, K.D., 2009. Gendered, material, and partial knowledges: a feminist critique of neighborhood-level indicator systems. Environment and Planning A 41, 896 – 910.

DIAZ-CORTES, Fabià; GARCIA RAMON, M. Dolors; ORTIZ, Anna (2007). Engendering Spanish Geography”, Belgéo. Revue Belge de Géographie, 3, pp. 323-333.

Doan, Petra. 2011. Queerying Planning: Challenging Heteronormative Assumptions and Reframing Planning Practice. Ashgate.

Doan, P., 2010. The tyranny of gendered spaces – reflections from beyond the gender dichotomy. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 635–654.

Doan, P., Higgins, H., 2009. Cognitive dimensions of way-finding: the implications of habitus, safety, and gender dissonance among gay and lesbian populations. Environment and Planning A 41, 1745 – 1762.

Doan, P. 2009.  “Safety and Urban Environments: Transgendered Experiences of the City” Women and Environment, 78/79.

Doan, P. 2007. “Queers in the American City: Transgendered Perceptions of Urban Spaces,” Gender, Place, and Culture. Vol.14, 1: 57-74.

Doan, P. 2006. “Special Section on Gender and Violence – Violence Against Transgendered People,” Progressive Planning. Number 167: 28-30. Available at: http://www.plannersnetwork.org/publications/mag_2006_2_spring.html

Doan, P. 2001. “Are the Transgendered the Mine Shaft Canaries of Urban Areas?” Progressive Planning. Number 146: pp. Copy available at http://www.plannersnetwork.org/publications/2001_146/Doan.html.

Dolhinow, Rebecca. 2010. Jumble of Needs: Women’s Activism in the Colonias of the Southwest. University of Minnesota. ISBN 9780816650576.

Drotz, M.K., Brodin, T., Nilsson, A.N., 2010. Multiple Origins of Elytral Reticulation Modifications in the West Palearctic Agabus bipustulatus Complex (Coleoptera, Dytiscidae). PLoS ONE 5, 1–13.

Elmhirst, R., 2011. Introducing new feminist political ecologies. Geoforum 42, 129–132.

Emel, J. and J. Urbanik.  2005.  Feminism and animal biotechnology.  In A Companion to Feminist Geography, edited by J. Seager and L. Nelson.  Malden, MA and Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 445-457.

Eubel, S., 2010. “Flying Frauleins”: the construction of single migrant women in discourses on migration in Australia and West Germany in the 1950s and 1960s. Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 17, 743–758.

Faier, Lieba. 2009. Intimate Encounters: Filipina Women and the Remaking of Rural Japan. University of California Press. ISBN: 9780520252158.

Fajardo, Kale. 2011. Filipino Crosscurrents: Oceanographies of Seafaring, Masculinities, and Globalization. University of Minnesota Press.

Falaye, F.V., 2006. Numerical ability, course of study and gender differences in students’ achievement in Practical Geography. Research in Education 33–42.

Fincher, Ruth and Kurt Iveson. 2008. Planning and Diversity in the City; Redistribution, Recognition and Encounter. London:  Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN: 978-1403938107

Fortuijn, J.D., 2011. Teaching gender and geography: the case of the Netherlands. International Research in Geographical & Environmental Education 20, 175–178.

Foster, J., 2011. Sortir de la banlieue: (re)articulations of national and gender identities in Zaida Ghorab-Volta’s Jeunesse Doree. Gender, Place & Culture 18, 327–351.

Foy-Phillips, P., Lloyd-Evans, S., 2011. Shaping children’s mobilities: expectations of gendered parenting in the English rural idyll. Children’s Geographies 9, 379–394.

Frazier , John W. and Eugene Tettey-Fio (eds) 2006. RACE, ETHNICITY SND PLACE IN A CHANGING AMERICA, Global Academic Publishing, Harpur College, Binghamton University.

Fuszara, M., Grabowska, M., Mizielinska, J., and Regulska, J., 2008 .Wspó?parca czy Konflikt? Pan’stwo, Unia i  Kobiety. (Cooperation or Conflict?: State, The European Union and Women), (Warsaw: Wydawnictwa Akademickie i Profesjonalne) (In Polish)

Gallagher Aisling, forthcoming. Neoliberal governmentality and the respatialisation of childcare in Ireland. Geoforum.

Garcia-Ramon, M.-D., 2011. Teaching gender and geography in Spain. International Research in Geographical & Environmental Education 20, 185–188.

Garcia Ramon, M. Dolors; Ortiz, Anna (2000). “The fixed-term contract, the Spanish route to flexibility? Women in the retail sector in the Barcelona region”, Economic and Industrial Democracy, vol. 21, pp. 311-333.

Garcia Ramon, M. Dolors; Ortiz, Anna; Prats, Maria (2004) “Urban planning, gender and the use of public space in a peripherical neighbourhood of Barcelona”, Cities, International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning, 21 (3), pp. 215-223.

Garcia Ramon, Maria Dolors; Ortiz, Anna (2001). “Espacio público, vida cotidiana y género: una aproximación metodológica”, Actas del XVII Congreso de Geógrafos Españoles, Oviedo, noviembre de 2001, Asturias: AGE y Universidad de Oviedo, pp.329-332.

GARCIA RAMON, Maria Dolors & ORTIZ, Anna (2009). “Teaching and research on gender in Spanish geography”, Anastasia-Sasa Lada (ed.). Teaching Gender, Diversity and Urban Space. An intersectional approach between gender studies and spatial disciplines, Utrecht: ATHENA, pp. 53-77 (ISBN: 91-87792-44-3).

Gatson, S.N., 2011. Self-Naming Practices on the Internet: Identity, Authenticity, and Community. Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies 11, 224–235.

Ge, J., Resurreccion, B.P., Elmhirst, R., 2011. Return migration and the reiteration of gender norms in water management politics: Insights from a Chinese village. Geoforum 42, 133–142.

Gershenson, Olga Barbara Penner, eds.  2009. Ladies and Gents: Public Toilets and Gender. Philadelphia.  Temple University Press,

Ghosh, J., Wadhwa, V. and Kalipeni, E. 2009. Vulnerability to HIV/AIDS among Women of Reproductive Age in the Slums of Delhi and Hyderabad, India. Social Science & Medicine.

Gibson, Kristina. 2011. Street Kids: Homeless Youth, Outreach, and Policing New York’s Streets. NYU Press.

Gibson-Graham, J.K., 2011. A feminist project of belonging for the Anthropocene. Gender, Place & Culture 18, 1–21.

Gilbert, Melissa and Michele Masucci. 2011. Information and Communication Technology Geographies: Strategies for Bridging the Digital Divide. Praxis (e)Press.

Giddings, C., Hovorka, A., 2010. Place, ideological mobility and youth negotiations of gender identities in urban Botswana. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 211–229.

Gomes, C.V.A., Vadjunec, J.M., Perz, S.G., 2012. Rubber tapper identities: Political-economic dynamics, livelihood shifts, and environmental implications in a changing Amazon. Geoforum 43, 260–271.

Gómez, G.M., 2010. What was the deal for the participants of the Argentine local currency systems, the Redes de Trueque? Environment and Planning A 42, 1669 – 1685.

Gorman-Murray, A., 2008. Reconciling self: gay men and lesbians using domestic materiality for identity management. Social & Cultural Geography 9, 283–301.

Grabska, K., 2010. Lost boys, invisible girls: stories of Sudanese marriages across borders. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 479–497.

Gray, B., 2011. Becoming non-migrant: lives worth waiting for. Gender, Place & Culture 18, 417–432.

Gray, C.L., 2010. Gender, natural capital, and migration in the southern Ecuadorian Andes. Environment and Planning A 42, 678 – 696.

Greany, K., 2008. Rhetoric versus reality: exploring the rights-based approach to girls’ education in rural Niger. Compare: A Journal of Comparative Education 38, 555–568.

Gu, C.-J., 2010. Culture, emotional transnationalism and mental distress: family relations and well-being among Taiwanese immigrant women. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 687–704.

Gurstein, P., Vilches, S., 2010. The just city for whom? Re-conceiving active citizenship for lone mothers in Canada. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 421–436.

Hall Sarah Marie, 2011. Exploring the “ethical everyday”: An ethnography of the ethics of family consumption. Geoforum 42, 627–637.

Hanson, S., 2010. Gender and mobility: new approaches for informing sustainability. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 5–23.

Harker Christopher, 2011. Geopolitics and family in Palestine. Geoforum 42, 306–315.

Hawkins Roberta, forthcoming. Shopping to save lives: Gender and environment theories meet ethical consumption. Geoforum.

Hawkins, R., 2011. “One Pack = One Vaccine” = one global motherhood? A feminist analysis of ethical consumption. Gender, Place & Culture 18, 235–253.

Hawkins, R., Ojeda, D., 2011. Gender and environment: critical tradition and new challenges. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 29, 237 – 253.

Hays-Mitchell, Maureen, Stan Brunn and Don Zeigler, eds., 2008. Cities of the World: World Regional Urban Development, 4th ed. Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN: 9780742555976

Hensley, S., 2011. “It”s the sugar, the honey that you have’: learning to be natural through rumba in Cuba. Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 18, 195–215.

Heyman, R., 2010. People Can: The Geographer as Anti-Expert: 4th Annual James Blaut Memorial Lecture Las Vegas, Nevada, Tuesday, March 24, 2009. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 9, 301–326.

Hines, S., 2010. Queerly situated? Exploring negotiations of trans queer subjectivities at work and within community spaces in the UK. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 597–613.

Hoang, L.A., 2011. Gendered networks and migration decision-making in Northern Vietnam. Social & Cultural Geography 12, 419–434.

Hoegaerts, J., 2010. Manoeuvring men: masculinity as spatially defined readability at the grandes manoeuvres of the Belgian army, 1882-1883. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 249–268.

Hollander, Gail M., 2008. Raising Cane in the Glades: The Global Sugar Trade and the Transformation of Florida. University of Chicago Press. ISBN: 9780226349503

Hopkins, Peter and Richard Gale, Eds. 2009. Muslims in Britain: Race, Place and Identities. Columbia University Press. ISBN: 9780748625888.

Hopkins, G., 2010. A changing sense of Somaliness: Somali women in London and Toronto. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 519–538.

Horton John, 2012. “Got my shoes, got my Pokémon”: Everyday geographies of children’s popular culture. Geoforum 43, 4–13.

Houston, S., McLean, D.J., Hyndman, J., Jamal, A., 2010. Still methodologically becoming: collaboration, feminist politics and “Team Ismaili”. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 61–79.

Hyndman, J., 2010. Introduction: the feminist politics of refugee migration. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 453–459.

Hyndman, Jennifer. 2010. Dual Disasters: Humanitarian Aid after the 2004 Tsunami. Kumarian Press.

Hyndman, J., Giles, W., 2011. Waiting for what? The feminization of asylum in protracted situations. Gender, Place & Culture 18, 361–379.

Ioris Antonio A.R., forthcoming. The geography of multiple scarcities: Urban development and water problems in Lima, Peru. Geoforum.

Kelsey, Jane. 2008. Serving Whose Interests? The political economy of Trade in Services agreements. Abingdon, Oxon (UK): Routledge-Cavendish. ISBN: 9780415448222

Jacobs, Jessica.  2010. Sex, Tourism and the Postcolonial Encounter: Landscapes of longing Egypt. Ashgate.

Jarvis, Helen, Jonathan Cloke and Paula Kantor. 2009. Cities and Gender. Routledge. ISBN: 9780415415705.

Johnston, Lynda and Robyn Longhurst. 2009. Space, Place, and Sex: Geographies of Sexualities. Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN: 9780742555129.

Jarosz, L., 2011. Nourishing women: toward a feminist political ecology of community supported agriculture in the United States. Gender, Place & Culture 18, 307–326.

Jons, H., 2011. Transnational academic mobility and gender. Globalisation, Societies & Education 9, 183–209.

Kazyak, E., 2011. Disrupting Cultural Selves: Constructing Gay and Lesbian Identities in Rural Locales. Qualitative Sociology 34, 561–581.

Kedir, A., Admasachew, L., 2010. Violence against women in Ethiopia. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 437–452.

Kern, Leslie. 2010. Sex and the Revitalized City: Gender, Condominium Development, and Urban Citizenship. UBC Press. ISBN: 9780774818223.

Kim, C., Sang, S., Chun, Y., Lee, W., 2012. Exploring urban commuting imbalance by jobs and gender. Appl. Geogr. 32, 532–545.

Kynsilehto, A., 2011. Negotiating intersectionality in highly educated migrant Maghrebi women’s life stories. Environment and Planning A 43, 1547 – 1561.

Lahiri-Dutt, Kuntala and Kate Harriden 2008. Act on Gender: A peep into intra-household water use in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) region, Journal of Rural Society, 17(3): 230-242.

Lahiri-Dutt, Kuntala and Kathryn Robinson 2008. Period leave at the coalface, Feminist Review 89(1) 102-121.

Lahiri-Dutt, Kuntala 2008. Digging to survive: Women’s livelihoods in South Asia’s small mines and quarries, South Asian Survey, 15(2), pp. 217-244.

Lahiri-Dutt, Kuntala and Kathryn Robinson 2008. Bodies in contest: Labour legislation and women mineworkers’ agency in a coalmine, in Michelle Ford and Lyn Parker (eds) Women and Work in Indonesia, Routledge, London, 2008, pp. 120-135.

Lahiri-Dutt, Kuntala. 2009. Women, water and Rights, in Ramaswamy Iyer (ed) Water and Law in India, Sage, New Delhi, 275-304.

Lahiri-Dutt, Kuntala, ed. 2011. Gendering the Field: Towards Sustainable Livelihoods for Mining Communities. ANU E Press.

Lawson, V., 2010. Composing our careers: Susan Hanson’s contributions to geography and geographers. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 49–54.

Layne, Linda, Sharra Vostral, and Kate Boyer, Eds. 2010. Feminist Technology. University of Illinois Press. ISBN: 9780252077203

Legg, S., 2010. An intimate and imperial feminism: Meliscent Shephard and the regulation of prostitution in colonial India. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 28, 68 – 94.

Lewis, J., Kelman, I., 2010. Places, people and perpetuity: Community capacities in ecologies of catastrophe. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 9, 191–220.

Liu, C., Shen, Q., 2011. An empirical analysis of the influence of urban form on household travel  and energy consumption. Comput. Environ. Urban Syst. 35, 347–357.

Lobo, M., 2010. Negotiating emotions, rethinking otherness in suburban Melbourne. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 99–114.

Loyd, J.M., 2009. “War is not healthy for children and other living things”. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 27, 403 – 424.

Lundstrom, C., 2010. “Concrete bodies”: young Latina women transgressing the boundaries of race and class in white inner-city Stockholm. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 151–167.

Maddrell, A., 2007. Teaching a Contextual and Feminist History of Geography through Role Play: Women’s Membership of the Royal Geographical Society (1892-1893). Journal of Geography in Higher Education 31, 393–412.

Maddrell, Avril. 2009. Complex Locations: Women’s Geographical Work in the UK, 1850-1970. Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN: 9781405145558

Maeda Yosuke, 2012. Creating a diversified community: Community safety activity in Musashino City, Japan. Geoforum 43, 342–352.

Maternowska, Catherine 2006, Reproducing Inequalities: Poverty and the Politics of Population in Haiti, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, NJ.

Mattingly, Doreen J., and Ellen R. Hansen, ed. 2006. Women and Change at the U.S.-Mexico Border: Mobility, Labor, and Activism. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Mayer, Tamar and Sulaiman Mourad, eds., 2008. Jerusalem. Idea and Reality. Routledge. ISBN: 9780415421294

McIlwaine, C., 2010. Migrant machismos: exploring gender ideologies and practices among Latin American migrants in London from a multi-scalar perspective. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 281–300.

McIlwaine, C., Bermúdez, A., 2011. The gendering of political and civic participation among Colombian migrants in London. Environment and Planning A 43, 1499 – 1513.

McKittrick, Katherine and Clyde Woods, eds., 2007 Black Geographies and the Politics of Place. Toronto: Between the Lines Press; Cambridge, MA: South End Press.

McLafferty, S., Preston, V., 2010. Quotidian geographies: placing feminism. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 55–60.

Mills, Amy. 2010. Streets of Memory: Landscape, Tolerance and National Identity in Istanbul. University of Georgia Press.

Mishra, S., Shirazi, F., 2010. Hybrid identities: American Muslim women speak. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 191–209.

Mollett, S., 2010. Esta listo (Are you ready)? Gender, race and land registration in the Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 357–375.

Momsen, Janet D.,  ed. 2008. Gender and Development. Critical Concepts in Development Studies (4 volume set) Routledge. ISBN: 9780415422727

Momsen, Janet. 2009. Gender and Development, 2nd Edition. Routledge. ISBN: 9780415775632.

Monk, Janice and Nora Chiang, eds. 2009. Asian Women: Gender, Migration, and Work. Journal of Geographical Science, December 2009, No. 57.

Monk, J., 2010. Time, place, and the lifeworlds of feminist geographers: the US in the 1970s. Gender, Place & Culture 17, 35–42.

Moran, D., Pallot, J., Piacentini, L., 2009. Lipstick, lace, and longing: constructions of femininity inside a Russian prison. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 27, 700 – 720.

Morin, K.M., 2008. Charles P. Daly’s Gendered Geography, 1860-1890. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 98, 897–919.

Morin, Karen M., 2008. Frontiers of Femininity: A New Historical Geography of the 19th century American West. Syracuse University Press. ISBN: 9780815631675

Morin, Karen. 2011. Civic Discipline: Geography in America, 1860-1890. Ashgate.

Mountz, A., 2011. Where asylum-seekers wait: feminist counter-topographies of sites between states. Gender, Place & Culture 18, 381–399.

Mountz, Alison. 2010. Seeking Asylum: Human Smuggling and Bureaucracy at the Border. University of Minnesota Press. ISBN: 9780816665372.

Mulder, C.H., Malmberg, G., 2011. Moving related to separation: who moves and to what distance. Environment and Planning A 43, 2589 – 2607.

Mullings, B., Werner, M., Peake, L., 2010. Fear and Loathing in Haiti: Race and Politics of Humanitarian Dispossession. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 9, 282–300.

Murray, J., 2011. “They can never write the landscapes out of their system”: engagements with the South African landscape. Gender, Place & Culture 18, 83–97.

Nash, C.J., 2010. Trans geographies, embodiment and experience. Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 17, 579–595.

Nightingale Andrea J., 2011. Bounding difference: Intersectionality and the material production of gender, caste, class and environment in Nepal. Geoforum 42, 153–162.

O’Neill, S.J., Hulme, M., Turnpenny, J., Screen, J.A., 2010. Disciplines, Geography, and Gender in the Framing of Climate Change. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 91, 997–1002.

O’Reilly, K., Dhanju, R., forthcoming. Hybrid drinking water governance: Community participation and ongoing neoliberal reforms in rural Rajasthan, India. Geoforum.

Oberhauser, A.M., 2010. (Re)Scaling Gender and Globalization: Livelihood Strategies in Accra, Ghana. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 9, 221–244.

Ode, Å., Miller, D., 2011. Analysing the relationship between indicators of landscape complexity and preference. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 38, 24 – 40.

Okihiro, G.Y., 2010. Unsettling the imperial sciences. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 28, 745 – 758.

Ortiz, Anna; Garcia Ramon, M. Dolors; Prats, Maria (2004). “Urban planning and women’s sense of place in an historical neighbourhood of Barcelona”, Cortesi, Gisella; Cristaldi, Flavia; Droogleever, Joos (eds.) Gendered cities: identities, activities, networks – a life course approach, Roma: IGU-Home of Geography Publications Series, pp. 11-21.

ORTIZ, Anna (2005). “Espacios “del miedo”, ciudad y género: experiencias y percepciones en algunos barrios de Barcelona”, La ciudad del miedo, VII Coloquio de Geografía Urbana, Girona: Universitat de Girona, pp. 299-311 (ISBN: 84-8458-214-0).

ORTIZ, Anna; BAYLINA, Mireia; PRATS, Maria (2008). “Paisatges quotidians i diversitat social i de gènere: la seva relació amb la salut i el benestar”, in Joan Nogué; Laura Puigbert, Gemma Bretcha (eds.). Paisatge i salut, Barcelona: Observatori del Paisatge, pp. 288-310 (ISBN: 978-84-612-4858-2)

Ortiz, Anna (2004) “Sens du lieu pour les femmes d’un quartier multiculturel de Barcelone (el Raval)”, Espace, Populations et Sociétés, 1, pp. 59-69.

Ortiz, Anna (2004). “Aproximación al estudio de un espacio público desde una perspectiva cualitativa y de género”, Piso 06. Ciudad al ras. Revista de arquitectura y cultura urbana, pp. 60-65.

Ortiz, Anna (2004). “Ús i apropiació de la Via Júlia i la Rambla del Raval de Barcelona des d’una perspectiva de gènere”, Documents d’Anàlisi Geogràfica, 44, pp. 89-108.

Ortiz, Anna; Garcia Ramon, M. Dolors; Prats, Maria (2004). “Women’s use of public space in the Raval (Barcelona)”, GeoJournal, 61, pp. 219-227.

ORTIZ, Anna; MENDOZA, Cristóbal (2007). “Mujeres expatriadas en México: Trabajo, hogar y vida cotidiana”, Migraciones Internacionales, Vol. 4 (2), pp. 5-32.

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