Thinking 'differently' about a feminist critical geography of development
This paper makes a case for grounding the global in feminist, anti-racist, and post-colonial scholarship in order to foreground questions of race, colonialism, and history in critical geographies of development. I argue that the process of ‘doing development’ involves the imposition of power; hence, geographers’ critical engagements with development need to consider the intersectionality of sex, race, and ethnicity that comprises identities of the subjects of development and of those who ‘do...[Show more]
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