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Feminist geographies, 7,5 ECTS credits
PhD course within the National program for research education in Human geography, spring 2019
This course will explore feminist theory and methods as specifically focused on past and present representations of race, class and gender and its material consequences. This includes disrupting conventional binaries by addressing mobilities and the personal and intimate in the political, economical and global. The course also addresses the persistent power relations embedded within conventions of academic knowledge production.

After first setting out the diverse aims of feminist geography, the course examines three central areas of concern — Feminist spatial theories and global processes (Umeå), Intersectional feminism and resistance (Uppsala), and Gendered mobilities of everyday life (Karlstad).
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Umeå, Uppsala, Karlstad, Sweden