Gendering the War in Iraq

Laura Sjoberg

February 13, 2007

The Fletcher School, Tufts University

How have men and women been represented in Iraqi war discourses?  Laura Sjoberg examines the discourses used by national leaders, the media, and individual soldiers. Identifying the appearance of gendered stereotypes of men and women, she interrogates the role of these stereotypes in public understandings of the war.

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