Embodied Urban Cartographies: Women’s Daily Trajectories on Public Transportation in Guadalajara, Mexico

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Abstract

In my chapter I discuss the process of creating comprehensive embodied urban cartographies of women’s daily trajectories to work by public transportation in Guadalajara, Mexico. I argue that mapping methods can be used as a feminist tool to reveal the power structures that shape women’s urban experience and to analze how those assemblages are lived from an embodied and intersectional perspective. I underline the relevance of such a perspective showing how feminist cartographies help to re-draw more equitable urban geographies.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFeminist Methodologies
Subtitle of host publicationExperiments, Collaborations and Reflections
EditorsWendy Harcourt, Karin Van den Berg, Constance Dupuis, Jacqueline Gaybor
Chapter9
Pages189-209
Edition1
ISBN (Electronic)978-3-030-82654-3
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2022

Publication series

SeriesGender, Development and Social Change

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