Kim England
Kim England
Harry Bridges Endowed Chair in Labor Studies and Professor of Geography, University of Washington
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Getting personal: Reflexivity, positionality, and feminist research
KVL England
The professional geographer 46 (1), 80-89, 1994
Suburban pink collar ghettos: the spatial entrapment of women?
KVL England
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 83 (2), 225-242, 1993
"They think you're as stupid as your English is": constructing foreign domestic workers in Toronto
K England, B Stiell
Environment and Planning A 29 (2), 195-215, 1997
Neoliberalization: States, networks, peoples
K England, K Ward
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
Domestic distinctions: constructing difference among paid domestic workers in Toronto
B Stiell, K England
Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 4 (3), 339-360, 1997
Gender relations and the spatial structure of the city
KVL England
Geoforum 22 (2), 135-147, 1991
Introduction: reading neoliberalization
K Ward, K England
Neoliberalization: States, networks, peoples, 1-22, 2007
Producing feminist geographies: theory, methodologies and research strategies
K England
Approaches to human geography 1, 361-373, 2006
Neoliberalization: States
K England, K Ward
Networks, Peoples, 58, 2007
Who will mind the baby?: Geographies of child care and working mothers
K England
Routledge, 1996
Home, work and the shifting geographies of care
K England
Ethics, Place and Environment 13 (2), 131-150, 2010
Managing the body work of home care
K England, I Dyck
in "Body Work in Health and Social Care" edited by Julia Twigg, Carol …, 2011
Women's work: the feminization and shifting meanings of clerical work
K England, K Boyer
Journal of social history 43 (2), 307-340, 2009
Interviewing elites: Cautionary tales about researching women managers in Canada¢s banking industry
K England
Feminist geography in practice: Research and methods, 200-213, 2002
Feminist Analyses of Work: Rethinking the Boundaries, Gendering and Spatiality of Work
K England, V Lawson
A Companion to Feminist Geography, 77-92, 2008
Towards a feminist political geography?
K England
Political Geography 22 (6), 611-616, 2003
Who will mind the baby
K England
Who Will Mind the Baby?: Geographies of Childcare and Working Mothers, 1, 1996
Jamaican domestics, Filipina housekeepers and English nannies: representations of Toronto¢s foreign domestic workers
B Stiell, K England
Gender, migration and domestic service, edited by Janet Henshall Momsen, 57-74, 1999
Canadian cities in continental context: global and continental perspectives on Canadian urban development
J Mercer, K England
Canadian cities in transition: The twenty-first century, 55-75, 2000
Disabilities, gender and employment: social exclusion, employment equity and Canadian banking
K England
Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 47 (4), 429-450, 2003
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