Women at War, Women Building Peace: Challenging Gender NormsJoyce P. Kaufman and Kristen P. Williams
|2013/194 pages/LC: 2012043642 |
During times of civil conflict and war, why do some women turn to militant action while others seek peaceful resolutions? And why does the answer matter? Tackling these questions in their provocative analysis, Joyce Kaufman and Kristen Williams explore the full range of women's responses to armed struggles.
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 previous collaborations include Women and War: Gender Identity and Activism in Times of Conflict.
- Challenging Gender Norms.
- Women, Conflict, and Political Activism.
- Women's Political Activism in Northern Ireland: Protestants and Catholics.
- Palestinian Women's Activism in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
- Women's Political Activism in Sri Lanka: Tamil Tigers.
- Imagined Peace.