Post Tagged with: "Gender and Sexuality"

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

Time, Power and Inequalities

Time, Power and Inequalities

Time is neither ‘natural’ nor just. It is used, valued and understood in ways that reflect and sustain economic, social and political inequalities.

Hillary Clinton’s Response to the Pulse Orlando Shootings

Hillary Clinton’s Response to the Pulse Orlando Shootings

Queer scholars must deconstruct discourses and affective structures that attempt to put queer subjects in binaries and offer citizenship in exchange of being a part of global warfare.

Parading Resilience: Sexual Minority Rights in Northern Ireland

Parading Resilience: Sexual Minority Rights in Northern Ireland

As well as being open to heterosexual attendees, Pride is among one of the few visibly and proudly non-sectarian events to take place in Northern Ireland.

IR, Gender Studies, and Volunteering in Refugee Camps

IR, Gender Studies, and Volunteering in Refugee Camps

On the first day gendered roles were made quite clear by a local volunteer, leading me to rethink the very purpose of my research on gender and violence.

Call for Papers on Sexualities, Language, and International Politics

Call for Papers on Sexualities, Language, and International Politics

The usage of terms such as ‘LGBT’ on a global scale has grown out of the Anglosphere. We seek papers that problematise this lineage and examine its complex effects.

The Politics of Performance: Gender Identity in Cosplay

The Politics of Performance: Gender Identity in Cosplay

The study of cosplay is important as it informs the study of gender performance and popular culture narratives.

Now Recruiting – Features Editors

Now Recruiting – Features Editors

E-IR seeks students at all levels to help us expand our interviews and reviews sections to incorporate a wider geographical focus and explore debates at the cutting edge of scholarship.

Review – Emotions, Politics and War

Review – Emotions, Politics and War

This volume explores the nexus between emotions, world politics, and war and argues that IR debates should tackle the political dimensions of emotions.

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.

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.

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