Department of Geography
University of British Columbia
1984 West Mall
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada,
Pratt, G and Kirby, E. 2003, “Performing Nursing: the B.C. Nurses’ Union Theatre Project” ACME, 2: 14-32.
Pratt, G. 2003, “Valuing Childcare: Troubles in Suburbia” Antipode, 35, 581-602. Reprinted in Life’s Work, (eds. K. Mitchell, S. Marston and C. Katz), Blackwell, 2004, pp. 164-184.
Pratt, G. and Yeoh, B. 2003, “Transnational (Counter) Topographies” Gender Place and Culture, 10, 159-166.
Pratt, G. in collaboration with Ugnayan ng Kabataang Pilipino sa Canada, 2003, “Between Homes: Displacement and Belonging for Second Generation Filipino-Canadian Youths” B.C. Studies, 139, 41-68.
Walton-Roberts, M. and Pratt, G. 2005 “Mobile Modernities: A South Asian Family Negotiates Immigration: Gender, Sexuality and Class in Canada”, Gender Place and Culture, 12, 173-195.
Pratt, G. 2005 “Abandoned Women and Spaces of the Exception” (2005 Antipode Lecture) Antipode, 37(5). 1053-1078.
Pratt, G. and Johnston, C. 2007, “Turning Theatre into Law, and Other Spaces of Politics” Cultural Geographies, 14, 92-113.
Pratt, G. in collaboration with Philippines-Canada Task Force on Human Rights 2008, “International Accompaniment and Witnessing State Violence in the Philippines” Antipode, 40:5, 751-779.
Pratt, G. in collaboration with the Philippine Women Centre of BC 2009,”Circulating Sadness: Witnessing Filipino Mothers’ Stories of Family Separation” Gender Place and Culture, 16, 3-22.
Pratt, G. and Johnson, C. 2009 “Translating Research into Theatre: Nanay: a testimonial play” B.C. Studies 163, 123-132. Reprinted in Popular Political Theatre and Performance. Julie Salverson (ed.) Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press (forthcoming).
Pratt, G. 2010 “Collaboration as feminist strategy” Gender Place and Culture 17, 43-48.
Pratt, G. 2010 “Nanay (Mother): a testimonial play” Cultural Geographies 17, 123-133.
Recent Book Chapters
Pratt, G. 2004. “Feminist Geographies: Spatialising Feminist Politics” in Envisioning Human Geography (ed. P. Cloke, P. Crang and M. Goodwin) Sage, 128-145,
Pratt, G. and R. M. San Juan, 2004, “In Search of the Horizon: Utopia in the The Truman Show and The Matrix” in Emancipatory Cities (ed. Loretta Lees). Sage, 192-206.
Pratt, G. in collaboration with the Philippine Women Centre, 2005, “From Migrant to Immigrant: Domestic Workers Settle in Vancouver, Canada” in Companion to Feminist Geography (eds. Lise Nelson and Joni Seager). Blackwell, 123-137.
Pratt, G. 2005, “Masculinity-Femininity” in Introducing Human Geographies, 2nd ed. (eds. Paul Cloke, Philip Crang, Mark Goodwin) Hodder Arnold, 96-109.
Pratt, G. and C. Johnston, 2007, “Putting Play to Work” in Politics and Practices in Economic Geography, (eds, A. Tickell, E. Sheppard, J Peck, and T Barnes), Sage, London.
Pratt, G. 2007 ““Das raumliche Imaginare eines globalen Feminismus” (Global Feminism’s Spatial Imaginaries) in Gender in Motion Dominique Grisard, Jana Haberlein, Anelis Kaiser, Sibylle Saxer (eds.) Campus Verlag: Frankfurt, New York, 81-101.
Pratt, G. in collaboration with the Philippine Women Centre of B.C. and Ugnayan ng Kabataang Pilipino sa Canada/Filipino-Canadian Youth Alliance, 2007 “Working with Migrant Communities: Collaborating with the Kalayaan Centre in Vancouver, Canada in Participatory Action Research Approaches and Methods: Connecting People, Participation and Place (Eds. Sara Kindon, Rachel Pain and Mike Kesby) Routledge, London,95-103.
Pratt. G. 2008, “Complexity and Connection” Feminisms in Geography: Space, Place and Environment. Edited by Pamela Moss and Karen Falconer Al-Hindi. Rowman and Littlefield, Lantham, 68-74.
Pratt, G. in collaboration with the Philippine Women Centre of B.C. and Ugnayan ng Kabataang Pilipino sa Canada/Filipino-Canadian Youth Alliance 2009 “Seeing Beyond the State: Towards Transnational Feminist Organizing” in Critical Transnational Feminist Praxis (Eds., Amanda Swarr and Richa Nagar) SUNY University Press, 65-86.
Lee, L. and G. Pratt “Migrant Stories” in Mobilities: Practices, Spaces, Subjects T. Cresswell and P. Merriman eds. Ashgate, forthcoming.
- Economic sectors
Occupations in services - Domestic work
- Content types
- Regulation domains
Right to change employer, Right to choose place of residence, Right to unionize, Labour standards, Health and safety at work, Newcomers integration programs, Health care & social services, Access to permanent status, and Family reunification
- Geographical focuses
Alberta and British Columbia
- Spheres of activity
Geography and Political science