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Cordelia Freeman

Teaching Associate, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Teaching Summary

I teach on a number of courses in the school including:

Masters:

L84165 Space & Social Theory

L84225 Approaches to Landscape

Undergraduate:

L81148 Tutorials

L83164 Geographies of Violence

L82171 Urban Geography

L82165 Cultural and Historical Geography

L82206 Techniques in Human Geography

L82170 Research Tutorials

L83251 European Urban Geographies (Berlin Fieldcourse)

Research Summary

I am a teaching associate in the School of Geography with a research interest in borders and Latin America. My research examines the history of violence in one border city, Arica in northern Chile. I… read more

Recent Publications

  • FREEMAN, C, 2017. The Crime of Choice: Abortion Border Crossings from Chile to Peru Gender, Place and Culture. 24(6), 851-868
  • FREEMAN, C., 2013. Identity at the militarized border: Mi Mejor Enemigo (Chile, 2005) Espaço e Cultura. 33, 65-86
  • RODRÍGUEZ, A. and FREEMAN, C, El estudiante y la frontera: una aproximación metodológica a los imaginarios geográficos en el Norte de Chile Espacios: Revista de Geografía. (In Press.)

Current Research

I am a teaching associate in the School of Geography with a research interest in borders and Latin America. My research examines the history of violence in one border city, Arica in northern Chile. I am interested in how over the past ninety years violence has shaped and has been shaped by the Chile-Peru border. In particular I have examined the following themes:

- The role of international diplomacy and law in demarcating and managing global borders, both on land and sea

- The economics of the borderlands, contrasting state and regional initiatives and management

- Military violence in the borderlands

- Biopolitics and health at borders with a particular focus on HIV/AIDS and abortion

  • FREEMAN, C, 2017. The Crime of Choice: Abortion Border Crossings from Chile to Peru Gender, Place and Culture. 24(6), 851-868
  • FREEMAN, C., 2013. Identity at the militarized border: Mi Mejor Enemigo (Chile, 2005) Espaço e Cultura. 33, 65-86
  • RODRÍGUEZ, A. and FREEMAN, C, El estudiante y la frontera: una aproximación metodológica a los imaginarios geográficos en el Norte de Chile Espacios: Revista de Geografía. (In Press.)

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