Feminist Legal Geographies
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Since the 1980s, legal geographical research as a trans-disciplinary project has drawn attention to the binding connections between law and space. Legal geography can be defined as a stream of scholarship that makes the interconnections between law and spatiality, and especially their reciprocal construction into core objects of inquiry. This theme issue aims to redress the lack of attention given to feminist scholarship in the geographies of law project, and to identify and carve out a new and distinctive 'stream' within it.
CitationCuomo D, Brickell K. Feminist legal geographies. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space. 2019;51(5):1043-1049. doi:10.1177/0308518X19856527
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