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Review – Handbook on Gender and War

Review – Handbook on Gender and War

This book is valuable for the study of gender and violence. Not only academics but also those who deal with the issue in everyday life will find it a worthwhile read.

Review – Scandalous Economics: Gender and the Politics of Financial Crises

Review – Scandalous Economics: Gender and the Politics of Financial Crises

A rich and illuminating volume which adds another dimension to the theme of how the contemporary organization of global finance entrenches and solidifies inequality.

Finger on the Nuclear Button: Gender, Responsibility and Nuclear Custodianship

Finger on the Nuclear Button: Gender, Responsibility and Nuclear Custodianship

Hillary Clinton quite literally turned the tables on Trump – inverting the gender binary that had for centuries kept women from public office

Interview – J. Ann Tickner

Interview – J. Ann Tickner

Professor J. Ann Ticker discusses the vibrancy of contemporary feminist IR, the divide between positivism and postpositivism and the need for IR from the margins.

The Women of Daesh: Thinking about a Decade of Research on Women, Gender, and Terrorism

The Women of Daesh: Thinking about a Decade of Research on Women, Gender, and Terrorism

So long as gender stereotypes rule our understandings of women’s participation in terrorism, those understandings will necessarily be partial.

Drawing out Rosa Luxemburg’s Gender Identity

Drawing out Rosa Luxemburg’s Gender Identity

Luxemburg’s message only becomes more relevant as another inherent crisis of capitalism looms and the onward march of globalisation and militarism produces more victims.

Are Women Agents? Reading ‘Gender’ in Africa’s Rights Frameworks

Are Women Agents? Reading ‘Gender’ in Africa’s Rights Frameworks

Feminism is relevant, when engaged, to help see the erasure of other gender identities in the human rights supported pan-African discourse on gender equality/justice.

White Women War Reporters: Interrogating the ‘Third Gender’ Category

White Women War Reporters: Interrogating the ‘Third Gender’ Category

White women war reporters are being classified as a third gender, enabling them to break into the war reporting career, but this only perpetuates patriarchal ideas.

United by Strength or Oppression? A Critique of the Western Model of Feminism

United by Strength or Oppression? A Critique of the Western Model of Feminism

The white, Western model of feminism complies and converges with the development-industrial complex such that the concerns of women in the Global South are distorted.

It’s Time for China’s Lesbians to Speak for Themselves

It’s Time for China’s Lesbians to Speak for Themselves

Lesbians have to believe that their marginal identity is powerful and strong, and that this can bring about a serious challenge and change to the patriarchal system.

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