Space and temporality - Racially minoritized women’s belonging in the Danish school

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In this article, we examine how racially minoritized women’s narratives about
belonging in Danish schooling are spatio-temporal ordered. And how gender and race playinto these spatio-temporal orderings. The article is based on oral history interviews as wellas focus groups with racially minoritized students who attended school in the 1970s- 1990s and in 2010s. We are here inspired by Doreen Massey’s (2005) concept of multiple spatiality and time, with which we wish to investigate how time and space in different ways intertwine and inform experiences of belonging. We want to shed light on how past andpresent students look back and forward in time, respectively, when they describe and explain their experiences with racialization and belonging to the Danish school and society.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date18 Aug 2022
Publication statusPublished - 18 Aug 2022
EventÅrskonference i Foreningen for Kønsforskning: Dansk kønsforsknings indre og ydre rammer - Københavns Universitet, København, Denmark
Duration: 18 Aug 202219 Aug 2022


ConferenceÅrskonference i Foreningen for Kønsforskning
LocationKøbenhavns Universitet
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