ACME: Neue Ausgaben online, issue 3, 2011

ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies

Volume 10, Issue 3, 2011

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Table of Contents

Gender, Power, and Transcultural Relations
Guest Edited by Nancy Cook

link_ikon Introduction: Gender, Power and Transcultural Relations
Nancy Cook, pp 340-350

link_ikon Grounding the global: A call for more situated practices of pedagogical and political engagement
Gulzar R. Charania, pp 351-371

link_ikon Feel-good tourism: An ethical option for socially-conscious Westerners?
Gada Mahrouse, pp 372-391

link_ikon Imagining others: sex, race, and power in transnational sex tourism
Megan Rivers-Moore, pp 392-411

link_ikon Not that alternative: Short-term volunteer tourism at an organic farming project in Costa Rica
Kate J. Zavitz & David Butz, pp. 412-441

Research:

link_ikon Geography¹s Pro-Peace Agenda: An Unfinished Project
Joshua Inwood and James Tyner, pp. 442-457

link_ikon ³Perish or Globalize²: Network Integration and the Reproduction and Replacement of Weaving Traditions in the Thai Silk Industry
Mark Graham, pp. 458-482

link_ikon Time and the University
Eli Meyerhoff, Elizabeth Johnson, & Bruce Braun pp. 483-507

link_ikon Witnessing Dance in the Streets: Go! Taste the City
Katrinka Somdahl-Sands, pp. 508-533

link_ikon A New Politics of the City¹: Locating the Limits of Hospitality and Practicing the City-as-Refuge
Julie E.E. Young, pp. 534-563

link_ikon Gentrification and Politicization of Nightlife in New York City
Laem Hae, pp 564-584

Intervention:
link_ikon Creativity and project management: a comic
Phil Jones & James Evans, pp. 585-632


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