Journal article

Intersecting intellects, diverging bodies: ‘joint’ feminist research in the Pacific

Anita Lacey, Yvonne Underhill-Sem

Gender, Place and Culture: a journal of feminist geography | Taylor & Francis | Published : 2018

Abstract

This is a methodological article that explores research practices in the spaces and power structures of collaborative research involving two feminist scholars who are committed to postcolonial ways of working and are also colleagues and friends. Intersectionality is a core principle in our research and teaching and provides us with the basis of collaboration by enabling an ‘analytical sensitivity [which] think[s] about the problem of sameness and difference and its relation to power’ (Cho et al. 2013, 795). At the forefront of our project, its conceptualisation, research design and conduct were the relationships to our research of our embodied selves, those of others in our care and those en..

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Grants

Awarded by University of Auckland Faculty of Arts FRDF Grant


Funding Acknowledgements

This work was supported by the University of Auckland Faculty of Arts FRDF Grant [number 3707391]. University of Auckland Faculty Research Development Fund.