Written with Robyn Dowling this chapter offers a discussion of theories of identity in human geography, and draws on recent research by each of the authors to elaborate new challenges to the way geographers think about identity. Includes consideration of the impacts of J.K. Gibson-Grahams thinking around subjectivity, collectivity, and social change to geographers engagements with identity across different fields.
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Dowling, R. and K. McKinnon. 2014. "Identities." in R. Lee, N. Castree, R. Kitchin, V. Lawson, A. Paasi, S. Radcliffe, C.W.J. Withers (eds). Sage Handbook of Human Geography. London: Sage Books.