West Virginia University Press is pleased to announce Gender, Feminism, and Geography, a new book series edited by Jennifer L. Fluri and Amy Trauger.
This is the first book series to focus on the study of feminism and gender in geography. It spans several subdisciplines, emphasizing the role of gender and intersectional identity in politics, the economy, and human-environment interactions. The series editors hope to bring together disparate fields of scholarship that are both theoretically rich and empirically grounded in feminist methodologies. They are particularly interested in books that engage emergent areas such as intimate geopolitics, black geographies and indigenous studies, political ecology, animal geographies, participatory research methods, scholar activism, critical development studies, and sexuality studies.
Jennifer L. Fluri is professor of geography at the University of Colorado and the coauthor of The Carpetbaggers of Kabul and Other American-Afghan Entanglements.
Amy Trauger is professor of geography at the University of Georgia. She is the editor of Food Sovereignty in International Context: Discourse, Politics, and Practice of Place and author of “We Want Land to Live”: Space, Territory, and the Politics of Food Sovereignty.
Karen Culcasi, West Virginia University
Caroline Faria, University of Texas
Robyn Longhurst, University of Waikato
Tish Lopez, Dartmouth College
Sharlene Mollett, University of Toronto-Scarborough
Anu Sabhlok, IISER Mohali
Jo Sharp, University of Glasgow
Brenda Yeoh, National University of Singapore
For more information:
Authors interested in submitting proposals for consideration should contact Jennifer L. Fluri at firstname.lastname@example.org, Amy Trauger at email@example.com, or Than Saffel at WVUPress@mail.wvu.edu.