Feminist geographers Mona Domosh and Joni Seager use a gender lens to question the geographies of everyday life. They provide examples of mundane life - from homes, to contemporary borders, and even furniture arrangements - where "maleness" or "femaleness" has influenced the ways in which we ascribe meaning or value. With illustrations and photographs, the book explores the "geographical" patterns of gender roles across cultures and historical time periods that have influenced our (gendered) perceptions of life and culture today. Read and find out more here!
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