Travel is conventionally associated with power, agency, and mobility that together produce
generally positive spaces of leisure, adventure, and self-discovery. But what about the
full range of travel that includes all Kinds of movements, crossings, and traversing across
space and time? How are package tours for elderly and limited English-speaking immigrants both similar and different from activist bus caravans that
transport protesters? What are the affective politics at work in the treacherous itineraries of displaced families who must walk for days to reach safe
distance from their war-tor n home? What power relations undergird concepts like being “out of place” or “knowing one’s place”? How can we critique
and complicate mobilities with a critical feminist lens?
Write a commentary and discuss one of the assigned readings, make a connection between the structure of power and travel and gender if




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