Professor of History and Policy, University of Westminster, London
Public space is not always, well, public. In the past forty years or so queer, feminist and racial geographies have drawn attention to marked inequalities in access to and safety in public space. Catterall makes recommendations for queering public space in order to make it much more inclusive and welcoming for all.
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Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies
Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice
Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies