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Reviews of books on Gender & Development and Energy Geographies

In the last months I wrote two book reviews. Both are edited volumes with a wealth of diverse knowledge on gender, development, energy and geography.

The first is a review of 'The Routledge research companion to energy geographies' (2017) edited by Stefan Bouzarovski, Martin Pasqualetti and Vanesa Castán Broto published in the journal Local Environment.
You can find the review here:

The second review is of 'The Routledge Handbook of Gender and Development' (2015) edited by Anne Coles, Leslie Gray and Janet Momsen in the journal Progress in Development Studies.
You can find the review here: 

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