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This book aims to introduce multiple ways of writing intimacy into feminist geography, providing insight into the ways in which feminist geographers are already conceptualizing intimacy and tracing its implications throughout their research. The chapters explore the methodological challenges of intimacy in research and the issues of including one’s own story in research. This book provides valuable reflections on the research process, from work in the field to the writing process, drawing on a global and heterogeneous pool of experts to provide their own experiences with intimacy.
This collection will be valuable reading for students and researchers of Geography, as well as anyone interested in the ethics, practicalities and politics of research methodologies.