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Reflections on countertopography

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In this special seminar, Cindi Katz has kindly agreed to discuss her seminal paper “On the Grounds of Globalization: A Topography for Feminist Political Engagement.” SIGNS : Journal of Women in Culture and Society 26(4) (2001): 1213-1234. Revisiting this paper, 10 years on, is an opportunity to reflect on the ways in which Cindi’s conceptualisation of countertopography – a perspective and a methodology capable of making links and connections between places undergoing a common set of processes, and enabling a grounded but translocal politics of resistance – has been and may be taken up by other scholars.

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