Cindy Catz is Professor of Geography in Environmental Psychology and Women’s Studies at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Her work concerns social reproduction and the production of space, place and nature; children and the environment, and the consequences of global economic restructuring for everyday life. She has published widely on these themes as well as on social theory and the politics of knowledge in edited collections and in journals such as Society and Space, Social Text, Signs,  Feminist Studies, Annals of the Association of American Geographers,  Social Justice, and Antipode. She is the author of Growing up Global: Economic Restructuring and Children’s Everyday Lives, and she continues to work on the project she began there concerning the shifting geographies of late twentieth century US childhood.


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