Reading SuggestionsNagar, R. (2013). Storytelling and co-authorship in feminist alliance work: reflections from a journey. Gender, Place & Culture, 20(1), 1-18.
Nagar, R., & Ali, F. (2003). Collaboration across borders: moving beyond positionality. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 24(3), 356-372.
Benson, K., & Nagar, R. (2006). Collaboration as resistance? Reconsidering the processes, products, and possibilities of feminist oral history and ethnography. Gender, Place & Culture, 13(5), 581-592.
Nagar, R. (2014). Muddying the waters: Coauthoring feminisms across scholarship and activism. University of Illinois Press.
Nagar, R. (2006). Playing with fire: Feminist thought and activism through seven lives in India. University of Minnesota Press.
Throgmorton, J. A. (2003). Planning as persuasive storytelling in a global-scale web of relationships. Planning Theory, 2(2), 125-151.
Sandercock, L. (2003). Out of the closet: The importance of stories and storytelling in planning practice. Planning Theory & Practice, 4(1), 11-28.