Browsing New Political Geographies by Author "Fitzgerald, Sharron"


Browsing New Political Geographies by Author "Fitzgerald, Sharron"

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  • Fitzgerald, Sharron (2011-07-04)
    Scholarship on Canada's Métis women has been informed largely by their central economic and reproductive roles in the British fur trade in North America. This article moves beyond these representations and focuses on ...
  • Fitzgerald, Sharron (2008)
    The negation contained in the term and practice of the unbuilt throws the law into a quest for its own limits and limitations. The unbuilt extends geographically and conceptually in relation to law, and appears in law’s ...
  • Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Andreas; Fitzgerald, Sharron (2008)
    The connection between law and the city is an increasingly topical area of interdisciplinary research, currently being explored from both applied and theoretical perspectives. This special issue confronts some of the assumed ...
  • Fitzgerald, Sharron; Muszynski, Alicja (2007-11)
    By 1850 British women had settled in the Red River colony, a British outpost in what became the province of Manitoba, Canada, and where the Hudson's Bay Company established fur trading posts. Through an analysis of documents ...

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