Carolin Schurr
TitleCited byYear
Assemblage thinking and actor‐network theory: conjunctions, disjunctions, cross‐fertilisations
M Müller, C Schurr
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 41 (3), 217-229, 2016
1352016
Affective nationalism: Banalities of belonging in Azerbaijan
E Militz, C Schurr
Political Geography 54, 54-63, 2016
482016
From biopolitics to bioeconomies: The ART of (re-) producing white futures in Mexico's surrogacy market
C Schurr
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 35 (2), 241-262, 2017
352017
The stickiness of emotions in the field: Introduction
C Schurr, N Laliberté
Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 23 (1), 72-78, 2016
34*2016
Engaging with feminist postcolonial concerns through participatory action research and intersectionality
CL Schurr, D Segebart
Geographica Helvetica 67 (3), 147-154, 2012
342012
Towards an emotional electoral geography: The performativity of emotions in electoral campaigning in Ecuador
C Schurr
Geoforum 49, 114-126, 2013
262013
Rethinking the place of emotions in the field through social laboratories
C Schurr, K Abdo
Gender, Place & Culture 23 (1), 120-133, 2016
202016
Intersectionality–A challenge for development research and practice?
J Grünenfelder, C Schurr
Development in practice 25 (6), 771-784, 2015
162015
Emotionen, Affekte und mehr-als-repräsentationale Geographien
C Schurr
Geographische Zeitschrift, 148-161, 2014
162014
Performing Politics, Making Space A Visual Ethnography of Political Change in Ecuador
C Schurr
132013
Visual ethnography for performative geographies: how women politicians perform identities on Ecuadorian political stages
C Schurr
Geographica Helvetica 67 (4), 195-202, 2012
112012
Was kommt nach Gendermainstreaming? Herausforderungen an die geographische Entwicklungsforschung in der Geschlechterforschung
D Segebart, C Schurr
Geographische Rundschau 62 (10), 58-63, 2010
112010
The affective economy of transnational surrogacy
C Schurr, E Militz
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 50 (8), 1626-1645, 2018
102018
Serving the transnational surrogate market as a development strategy?
C Schurr, B Fredrich
The Routledge Handbook of Gender and Development, 260-268, 2015
102015
Reproductive tourism booms on Mexico’s Mayan Riviera
C Schurr, H Walmsley
International Medical Travel Journal (online), 2014
92014
" The Rest": Geographien des Alltäglichen zwischen Affekt, Emotion und Repräsentation
CL Schurr, A Strüver
Geographica Helvetica 71 (2), 87-97, 2016
72016
Performativity and antagonism as keystones for a political geography of change
C Schurr
Performativity, Politics, and the Production of Social Space, 113-138, 2014
72014
The baby business booms: Economic geographies of assisted reproduction
C Schurr
Geography compass 12 (8), e12395, 2018
5*2018
‘Trafficked’into a better future? Why Mexico needs to regulate its surrogacy industry (and not ban it)
CL Schurr, L Perler
Open Democracy, 2015
42015
Mütter zu verleihen. Erst Indien, dann Thailand–und jetzt auch Mexiko: Warum das globalisierte Baby-Business boomt
C Schurr
Süddeutsche Zeitung 26, 2014
42014
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