Guest Editor’s Introduction: Gender, Space and Technology
ACME: an International E-journal for Critical Geographies, 5, (1), .
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This thematic section of ACME is intended to showcase recent scholarship in geography on the relations between gender, space and technology, featuring the work of Reena Patel, Anne Bonds, Valorie Crooks, Maria E. Fannon and Jennifer Fluri. One of the places where disciplinary interest in this set of themes first came to light was in a double-session at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers organized by Mei-Po Kwan and Pamela Moss. The following papers are based on a set of sessions presented at the 2005 Meeting, organized by Kim England and myself, which grew out of the enthusiasm generated the previous year. By drawing this scholarship together in one place, we seek both to showcase what has become a vibrant new strand of research in social and feminist geography, as well as strengthen geography’s linkages with Science and Technology Studies (STS).
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