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  • Critical geographies of love as spatial, relational and political

    Morrison, Carey-Ann; Johnston, Lynda; Longhurst, Robyn (Sage, 2012)
    Geographers to date have resisted writing about feelings, affects, places and spaces of love. It is timely to put love on the geographical agenda. We begin by addressing the question ‘what does love do?’, and we review the ...
  • Embodied geographies of food, belonging and hope in multicultural Hamilton, Aotearoa New Zealand

    Johnston, Lynda; Longhurst, Robyn (Elsevier, 2011)
    This article focuses on embodied geographies of food, belonging and hope for a group of migrant women in the small city of Hamilton, Aotearoa New Zealand. We explore the complex nature of multiculturalism as it is produced ...
  • Gender and sexuality I: Genderqueer geographies?

    Johnston, Lynda (Sage, 2016)
    This review considers gender diversity across a range of spaces and places. I note that while the notion of gender has been troubled, there exists opportunities to trouble it further. I highlight the scholarship that has ...
  • Gender and sexuality II: Activism

    Johnston, Lynda (SAGE Publications (UK and US), 2016)
    This report considers genders and sexualities within and across spaces of activism. Geographers concerned with social belonging, equity, human rights, civic duties, and gendered and sexed identities often engage in activism ...
  • Here, and Not Yet Here: A Dialogue at the Intersection of Queer, Trans, and Culture

    Aiello, Giorgia; Bakshi, Sandeep; Bilge, Sirma; Hall, Lisa Kahaleole; Johnston, Lynda; Pérez, Kimberlee; Chávez, Karma (Routledge, 2013)
    To start this dialogue, guest editor Karma R. Chávez posed a series of general and unbinding questions to participants about the meanings of queer theory and its relationship with questions of culture. The dialogue unfolded ...