Women and War: Gender Identity and Activism in Times of ConflictJoyce P. Kaufman and Kristen P. Williams
|2010/159 pages/LC: 2010019627 |
A Kumarian Press Book
Joyce Kaufman and Kristen Williams draw on both traditional and feminist IR theory to explore the roles that women play leading up to, during, and after conflict situations, how they spur and respond to nationalist and social movements, and how conceptions of gender are deeply intertwined with ideas about citizenship and the state.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Joyce P. Kaufman is professor of political science and director of the Center for Engagement with Communities at Whittier College. Kristen P. Williams is professor of political science at Clark University. Their most recent collaboration (2013) is Women at War, Women Building Peace: Challenging Gender Norms.
- Theoretical Framework.
- Conflict and Violence Against Women.
- Women, Political Activism, and Conflict.
- Post-Conflict Activism: Women Working for Peace.
- Where Are the Women?