Transitions of category memberships, and the constitutive force of spatiality and temporality in the production of (im)possibilities (submitted)
This chapter will illustrate how attention on temporality and spatiality is fruitful in the analysis of ‘the lived everyday' in which category memberships (Davies and Harré, 1990) are constituted through complex intersections of multiple socio cultural categories. The chapter will begin with a short introduction of the empirical case followed by a presentation of key theoretical analytical concepts; subjectification, intersectionality, spatiality. The empirical case is then taken through a first analytical ‘move' with intersectional analysis, and a second analytic move with a temporal- followed by a spatial perspective.
Feminist Intersectionality Studies in Time and Space: Diverse Consciousnesses and Resistances, 2010