Author profile: Amanda Chisholm

Amanda Chisholm is a lecturer in International Politics at Newcastle University. Her research explores private military and security companies (PMSCs) from a feminist political economy and security lens, with specific interest in the global South labour chains that underpin security operations. She has recently published in Globalisations, Security Dialogue and International Feminist Journal of Politics. Amanda has recently been awarded an ESRC Future Leaders grant where she will be conducting ethnographic research on unarmed security and logistics labour chains in Qatar.

4 Things Feminists Tell Us about Private Security: A Gender Audit on Security

Amanda Chisholm • Nov 1 2016 • Articles

In various ways feminists continue to draw our attention to how gender underpins the political and economics of security.

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