Geographers and other social scientists have increasingly investigated the relationships between perception of ourselves, our space and our relationship to power via storytelling and ethnographic observation. There is increasing interest in feminist geographies to foreground the implications of intersectional approaches. This virtual paper session will explore the implications of intersectional approaches within constructions of power and the perception of space among marginalized communities (and their histories and art) via digital stories, carto-graphic stories, as well as community-based theater productions and documentaries.
|Presenter||Laurence Simard-Gagnon*, , (Carto)graphic intersectional stories of mental (ill-)health: walking the street while mothering an autistic teenager||15||11:10 AM|
|Presenter||Konstantin Biriukov*, Saint Cloud State University, Mikhail Blinnikov, Saint Cloud State University, Jeffrey Torguson, Saint Cloud State University, Storytelling map classification for web developers||15||11:25 AM|
|Presenter||Madeline Griem*, Emporia State University, Douglas L Allen, Emporia State University, Whiteness and Storytelling in Museums: An Examination of Racial Representation in Kansas City Heritage Institutions||15||11:40 AM|
|Presenter||Marina Karides*, University of Hawaii At Manoa, Bounded Space: Islands as a Sex Tourist Site for (Cisgender Straight) Women||15||11:55 AM|
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