The geographies of cultural geography I: identities, bodies and race
AbstractThis report proposes that if cultural geography seeks to continue to be ‘world-class’ and ‘international’ in its outlook and in praxis it then needs to shift the interface between the academy and the ‘other’ both within it and without. There is, in particular, a need to make academic aspirations more international and to make practice within the academy more inclusive and politically orientated towards valuing scholarship and scholars at the edges and margins of, and ‘other’ to, the usual moral geographies of the discipline.
Tolia-Kelly, Divya P (2010) The geographies of cultural geography I: identities, bodies and race. Progress in Human Geography, 34 (3). pp. 358-367. ISSN 0309-1325