Women, Culture, and International Relations

Women, Culture, and International Relations

By: Vivienne Jabri (editor), Eleanor O'Gorman (editor)Hardback

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This text expands the agenda of feminist international relations by considering the heterogeneity of women's voices in the realm of world politics, as well as the challenges that this diversity poses. The authors develop a theoretical discourse that incorporates the combined notion of difference and emancipation in a discussion of the agency of women and their transformative capacity. They use a normative approach to understanding the multiple subjectivities of women and the plurality of their experiences.

Contents

Feminism, Universalism and the Ethics of International Politics, K. Hutchings; The Question of Difference in Normative IR Theory, V. Jabri; Wartime Violence - Pulping Fictions of the Subaltern, N. Persram; Writing Women's Wars - Foucauldian Strategies of Engagement, E. O'Gorman; Gender and Development - Working with Difference, S.C. White; Typologies Toward an Unchained Medley - Against the Gentrification of Discourse, S. Chan; The Question of ""Difference"" in Normative International Relations - A Feminist Discourse, V. Jabri.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781555877019
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 220
  • ID: 9781555877019
  • ISBN10: 155587701X

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