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Ní Aoláin, Cahn, Haynes, & Valji: The Oxford Handbook of Gender and Conflict

Ní Aoláin, Cahn, Haynes, & Valji: The Oxford Handbook of Gender and Conflict

Fionnuala Ní Aoláin (Univ. of Minnesota – Law), Naomi Cahn (George Washington Univ. – Law), Dina Francesca Haynes (New England Law | Boston), & Nahla Valji (United Nations) have published The Oxford Handbook of Gender and Conflict (Oxford Univ. Press 2018). Contents include:

  • Laura Sjoberg, Theories of War
  • Dubravka Zarkov, From Women and War to Gender and Conflict? Feminist Trajectories
  • Judith Gardam, The Silences in the Rules that Regulate Women during Times of Armed Conflict
  • Judy El-Bushra, How Should we Explain the Recurrence of Violent Conflict, and What Might Gender Have to do with it?
  • Jo Butterfield & Elizabeth Heineman, The Gendered Nexus Between Conflict and Citizenship in Historical Perspective
  • Patricia Justino, Violent Conflict and Changes in Gender Economic Roles: Implications for Post-Conflict Economic Recovery
  • Chris Dolan, Victims who are men
  • Dianne Otto, Women, Peace and Security: A Critical Analysis of the Security Council’s Vision
  • Anne Marie Goetz & Rob Jenkins, Participation and Protection: Security Council Dynamics, Bureaucratic Politics, and the Evolution of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda
  • Karen Engle, A Genealogy of the Centrality of Sexual Violence to Gender and Conflict
  • Kimberly Theidon, 1325 + 17 = ? Filling in the blanks of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda
  • Naureen Chowdhury Fink & Alison Davidian, Complemenentarity and Convergence? Women, Peace and Security and Counterterrorism
  • Pramilla Patten, Unlocking the Potential of CEDAW as an Important Accountability Tool for the Women, Peace and Security Agenda
  • Pablo Castillo-Diaz & Hanny Cueva-Beteta, The promise and limits of Indicators on Women, peace and security
  • Gina Heathcote, Humanitarian Intervention and Gender Dynamics
  • Patricia Viseur Sellers, (Re)Considering Gender Jurisprudence
  • Amrita Kapur, Complementarity as a Catalyst for Gender Justice in National Prosecutions
  • Valerie Oosterveld, Forced Marriage During Conflict and Mass Atrocity
  • Kristin Kalla, Advancing Justice and Making Amends through Reparations: Legal and Operational Considerations
  • Lucy Hovil, Colonialism Amina Mama
  • Conflict, Displacement and Refugees
  • Vasuki Nesiah, Gender and Forms of Conflict
  • The Moral Hazards of Dating the Security Council
  • Kathy L. Gaca, The Marital Rape of Girls and Women in Antiquity and Modernity
  • Amelia Hoover Green, “Mind the Gap:” Measuring and Understanding Gendered Conflict Experiences
  • Elish Rooney, Intersectionality: Working in Conflict
  • Patti Petesch, Agency and Gender Norms in War Economies
  • Lauren C. Ng & Theresa S. Betancourt, Risk and Resilience: The Physical and Mental Health of Female Civilians During War
  • Barbara Frey, The Gender Implications of Small Arms and Light Weapons in Conflict Situations
  • Christof Heyns & Tess Borden, Unmanned Weapons: Looking for the Gender Dimension
  • Sabrina M. Karim & Marsha Henry, Gender and Peacekeeping
  • Martina Vandenberg, Peacekeeping, Human Trafficking, and Sexual Abuse and Exploitation
  • Christine Bell, Women, Peace Negotiations and Peace Agreements: Opportunities and Challenges
  • Aili Mari Tripp, Women’s Organizations and Peace Initiatives
  • Dyan Mazurana, Roxanne Krystalli & Anton Baaré, Gender and Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration: Reviewing and Advancing the Field
  • Pascha Bueno-Hansen, Decolonial feminism, gender and transitional justice in Latin America
  • Lisa Kindervater & Sheila Meintjes, Gender and Governance in post-conflict and democratizing settings
  • Sari Kouvo & Corey Levine, Who Defines the Red Lines? The Prospects for Safeguarding Women’s Rights and Securing their Future in Post-Transition Afghanistan
  • Karima Bennoune, “That’s Not my Daughter”: The Paradoxes of Documenting Jihadist Mass Rape in 1990’s Algeria and Beyond
  • Lejla Hadzimesic, Consequences of Conflict Related Sexual Violence on Post-Conflict Society: Case Study reparations in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Donny Meertens, Colombia: Gender and Land Restitution
  • Maria Eriksson Baaz & Maria Stern, Knowing masculinities in Armed Conflict? Reflections from Research in the Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Monica McWilliams & Avila Kilmurray, Northern Ireland: The Significance of a Bottom-Up Women’s Movement in a Politically Contested Society
  • Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, Gendered Suffering and the Eviction of the Native: The Politics of Birth in Occupied East Jerusalem
  • Doris Buss & Jerusa Ali, Rwanda: Women’s Political Participation in Post-Conflict State-Building
  • Ambika Satkunanathan, Sri Lanka: The Impact of Militarization on Women

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