Post Tagged with: "feminism"

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.

The New Generation of Chinese Feminists

The New Generation of Chinese Feminists

China’s feminists have launched performances, demonstrations, and a national speaking tour, have organised workshops on different topics, recruited, trained new members.

What Do Chinese Youth Really Think about Gender?

What Do Chinese Youth Really Think about Gender?

The post 90s Chinese can’t transcend the patriarchal power system, but evidence suggests that gender literacy is having a positive effect, building gender consciousness.

Personal-Political Imaginations: Feminism, Gender and Security in Serbia

Personal-Political Imaginations: Feminism, Gender and Security in Serbia

To understand how particular meanings of ‘gender security’ come about, it’s necessary to pay attention to personal-political imaginations of conflict and post-conflict.

Women’s Power to Stop War: Lessons for the International Studies Association

Women’s Power to Stop War: Lessons for the International Studies Association

Creative energy and renewed multilateralism is needed to challenge the ideological imperialism that dominates our thinking, research and action around peace and security.

Making Feminist Sense of ‘The Americans’

Making Feminist Sense of ‘The Americans’

Reading ‘The Americans’ through an Enloe inspired lens offers an example of the potential to explore the feminist critique of the public/private divide.

India’s Daughter and the Limits of Transnational Feminist Solidarity

India’s Daughter and the Limits of Transnational Feminist Solidarity

India’s Daughter matters because it launched intense public dialogues around long-repressed societal problems of sexual violence and misogyny, in India and elsewhere.

What You Say is What You Get: The Gender Problem in IR

What You Say is What You Get: The Gender Problem in IR

Replacing “man-made” with “anthropogenic” will not solve the gender problem in IR, but it will increase the visibility of our quotidian contributions to patriarchy.

Four Waves of Lebanese Feminism

Four Waves of Lebanese Feminism

The women’s rights movement is connected to the Lebanese social space and reflects its shifts, while receiving and selecting theories, models and practices from the West.

Interview – Kimberly Hutchings

Interview – Kimberly Hutchings

Prof. Hutchings talks about the usefulness of debates in international theory, violence, and ethics, and the importance of challenging gender discrimination in academia.

Review – Is International Affairs Too ‘Hard’ For Women?

Review – Is International Affairs Too ‘Hard’ For Women?

Tyler et al raise important issues, but Institutional strategies to address why so few women still make it to the top of international affairs in Australia are needed.

Review – Gender: The Basics

Review – Gender: The Basics

Hilary Lips leaves no stone unturned in her nuanced discussion of the construction of gender, issues of gender violence and the importance of deconstructing gender norms.

Review – Bombshell: The Many Faces of Women Terrorists

Review – Bombshell: The Many Faces of Women Terrorists

Mia Bloom’s Bombshell is an important contribution to the literature on the varied roles women perform in organized violence networks outside the formal structure of the state.

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