Literatur

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Einführung
Das globale Bern

Delanty, Gerard, Chris Rumford. (2007). Political Globalization. In Ritzer, George (Hg.). The Blackwell Companion to Globalization. Malden: Blackwell Publishing. 414-428. GIUB online

Werlen, Benno (2014). Globalisierung. In Lossau, Julia, Tim Freytag, Roland Lippuner (Hg.). Schlüsselbegriffe der Kultur- und Sozialgeographie. Stuttgart: UTB. 54-66.

Friedman, Thomas L. (2006). The world is flat. London: Penguin Books.

Politiken der Globalisierung
Geographien des Friedens

Loyd, Jenna M. (2012). Geographies of Peace and Antiviolence. Geography Compass 6(8). 477-489.

Koopman, Sara (2017). Geographies of Peace. Oxford Bibliographies in Geography. doi: 10.1093/obo/9780199874002-0148

McConnell, Fiona, Nick Megoran, Philippa Williams (2014)“Introduction: Geographical Approaches to Peace.” In: McConnell, Fiona, Nick Megoran, Philippa Williams (Hg.) The Geographies of Peace: New Approaches to Boundaries, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution. London: I. B. Tauris. 1–28.

Davos: Neoliberale Geographien

Ong, Aihwa (2007). Neoliberalism as a mobile technology. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 32. 3-8.

Harvey, David (2007). A Brief History of Neoliberalism. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Springer, Simon (2016). Fuck Neoliberalism. ACME 15(2). 285-292.

Ferguson, James (2009). The use of neoliberalism. Antipode 41(S1). 166–184.

Wahlkabine: Geographien der Globalisierungsverlierer

Ahmed, Sara (2004). Cultural Politics of Emotion. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Kapitel “Hate”

Fraser, Nancy (2016). Progressive Neoliberalism versus Reactionary Populism A Choice that Feminists Should Refuse. NORA – Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 24(4). 281-284.

Porto Alegre: Geographien des Widerstands

Featherstone, David. (2003). Spatialities of transnational resistance to globalization: the maps of grievance of the Inter-Continental Caravan. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 28. 404-421.

Wills Jane (2008). Globalization and protest. In: Cloke, Paul, Philip Crang, Mark Goodwin (Hg.) Introducing human geographies, 2ed. Oxon: Hodder Arnold. 573-587.

Mobilitäten der Globalisierung
Zelt: Geographien der Flüchtlinge

Koser, Khalid (2008). Migrants and refugees. In: Cloke, Paul, Philip Crang, Mark Goodwin (Hg.) Introducing human geographies. Oxon: Hodder Arnold. 573-587. GIUB LBS XA 18 Ed.3

Marquardt, Nadine, Andreas Folkers (2012). Zelt. In: Marquardt, Nadine, Verena Schreiber (Hg.). Ortsregister. Ein Glossar zu Räumen der Gegenwart. Bielefeld: transcript. 300-306.

Borderlands: Geographien der Grenze

Maquiladoras: Orte globaler Produktion

Berndt, Christian. (2012). Maquiladora. In: Marquardt, Nadine, Verena Schreiber (Hg.). Ortsregister. Ein Glossar zu Räumen der Gegenwart. Bielefeld: transcript. 185-191

Boeckler, Marc (2012). Borderlands. In: Marquardt, Nadine, Verena Schreiber (Hg.). Ortsregister. Ein Glossar zu Räumen der Gegenwart. Bielefeld: transcript. 44-49.

Anzaldúa, Gloria (1987). Boderlands. La frontera: The new mestiza. San Francisco: Aunt Lute Books. GIUB_XD_524

Dell’agnese, Elena. (2005). The US Mexico Border in American Movies. A Political Geography Perspective. Geopolitics 10(2). 204-221.

Wright, Melissa (2006). Disposable women and other myths of global capitalism. London: Routledge.

Bordell: Geographien der Sexualität und Trafficking

Pettman, Jan Jindy (2008). An international political economy of sex. In: Kofman, Eleonore, Gillian Youngs (Hg.)  Globalization: Theory and practice. New York: Continuum. 144-158GIUB XP 325

Mai, Nick (2012). Embodied cosmopolitanisms: the subjective mobility of migrants working in the global sex industry. Gender, Place & Culture 20(1). 107-124.

Kelly, Patty (2008). Lydias open door: Inside Mexico’s most modern brothel. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Kulturen der Globalisierung
McDonald und H/B/N-ollywood: Globalisierung von Kultur und Konsum

Jackson, Peter (1999). Commodity Cultures: The Traffic in Things. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 24. 95-108.

Ritzer, George (1983). The McDonaldization of Society. Journal of American Culture 6. 100-107.

Tyrrell, Heather (2015). Bollywood vs. Hollywood: Battle of the Dream Factories. In Lechner, FJ, Boli J (Hg.). The globalization reader. Malden: Wiley Blackwell. 397-404. ET WEISS FA 0.241

Banlieu und 5th Avenue: Geographien sozialer Ungleichheit

Germes, Melina, Andreas Tijé-Dra (2012). Banlieu. In: Marquardt, Nadine, Verena Schreiber (Hg.). Ortsregister. Ein Glossar zu Räumen der Gegenwart. Bielefeld: transcript. 32-36.

Sassen, Saskia (2001) The Global City: New York, London, Tokyo. Princeton: Paperbacks. GIUB XW 233 (Einleitung)

Glasze, Georg, Florian Weber (2014). Die Stigmatisierung der Banlieues in Frankreich seit den 1980er Jahren als Verräumlichung und Ethnisierung gesellschaftlicher Krisen. Europa Regional. 20. 63-75. GIUB Bibliothek

Yeoh, Brenda, Shirlena Huang, Katie Willis (2000). Global Cities, transnational flows and gender dimension: View from Singapore. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 91(2). 147-158.

Technologien der Globalisierung
Cloud und Tinder: Digitale Geographien und Liquid Love

Alpsancar, Suzana (2012). Cloud. In: Marquardt, Nadine, Verena Schreiber (Hg.). Ortsregister. Ein Glossar zu Räumen der Gegenwart. Bielefeld: transcript. 64-69.

Longhurst, Robyn (2016). Mothering digital media and emotional geographies in Hamilton Aotearoa New Zealand. Social & Cultural Geography 17(1). 120-139.

Boeckler, Marc (2014). Neogeographie, Ortsmedien und der Ort der Geographie im digitalen Zeitalter. Geographische Rundschau 6. 6-13. GIUB Bibiothek

Leszczynski, Agnieszka, Sarah Elwood (2015). Feminist geographies of new spatial media. The Canadian Geographer 59(1). 12-28.

Mason, Corinne Lysandra (2016). Tinder and humanitarian hook-ups: the erotics of social media racism. Feminist Media Studies 16(5). 822-837.

Pickren, Graham (2016). The global assemblage of digital flow. Progress in Human Geography 42(2). 225-243.

Labor und Quarantäne: Geographien globalen Lebens und globaler Gesundheit

Füller, Henning (2012). Quarantäne. In: Marquardt, Nadine, Verena Schreiber (Hg.). Ortsregister. Ein Glossar zu Räumen der Gegenwart. Bielefeld: transcript. 224-230.

Palfner, Sonja (2012). Labor. In: Marquardt, Nadine, Verena Schreiber (Hg.). Ortsregister. Ein Glossar zu Räumen der Gegenwart. Bielefeld: transcript. 160-165.

Greenhough, Beth,Bronwyn Parry, Isabel Dyck, Tim Brown (2015). The gendered geographies of bodies across borders. Gender, Place & Culture 22(1). 83-89.

Herrick, Clare (2016). Global Health, Geographical Contingency, and Contingent Geographies. Annals of the American Association of Geographers 106(3). 672-687.

Petryna, Adriana (2009). When Experiments Travel: The Global Search for Clinical Subjects. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Intimitäten der Globalisierung
Home: Feministische Geographien der Care-Arbeit

Pratt, Geraldine, Victoria Rosner (2006). Introduction: the global and the intimate. Women’s Studies Quarterly 34. 13–24.

Ehrenreich Barbara, Arnie Hochschild (2003). Global woman: nannies, maids and sex workers in the new economy. New York: Holt/Metropolitan Books. IZFG 220 22

Pratt, Geraldine (2009). Circulating sadness: Witnessing Filipina mothers’ stories of family separation. Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 16(1). 3–22.

Gay Pride: Queer geographies

Ankunftsort: das intime Bern

Browne, Kath (2007). A party with politics? (Re)making LGBTQ Pride spaces in Dublin and Brighton. Social & Cultural Geography 8(1). 63-87.

Binnie, Jon (2016). Critical queer regionality and LGBTQ politics in Europe. Gender, Place & Culture 23(11). 1631-1642.

Oswin, Natalie (2008). Critical geographies and the uses of sexuality: Deconstructing queer space. Progress in Human Geography 32(1). 89-103.