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The Consortium on Gender, Security and Human Rights Research Hub strives to be the world’s most comprehensive, publicly accessible database of scholarly research on topics related to gender, armed conflict, peacebuilding, security and the construction of more just post-conflict societies. 

By facilitating access to a full range of research in this field, the Research Hub aims to:

  • help foster more thoughtful and evidence-based policymaking
  • enable women activists from conflict-affected areas to more easily access the lessons learned by others in similar or related situations
  • support researchers from conflict-afflicted areas by making accessible a  wide range of scholarly resources that are often unavailable in less well-funded educational institutions
  • help foster new research collaborations by mapping the community of researchers in the field
  • facilitate the identification of existing critical knowledge vacuums and encourage targeted future research

To these ends, the Research Hub is designed to offer multiple levels of engagement with the research.

  • Citations allow the user to quickly map the nature of the topics being addressed in scholarly research, as well as the researchers specializing in each area.
  • Abstracts and annotations enable users who initially lack time or access to still get the benefit of key frameworks and findings of the research.
  • PDFs of full-text articles will allow in-depth engagement by users who lack access to well-funded libraries. (Obtaining permissions and uploading articles will be part of Stage Two of the Research Hub’s development)  

Taken together, the resources in the Research Hub will provide a global, evolving picture of the key questions in the field of gender and security, as well as a mapping of the researchers working on each question, and the most up-to-date information about on-going research projects and new findings.

Please help strengthen the Research Hub!
We have only completed Stage One of its development, and although we think it is already a tremendously valuable resource, there is much more to do. 
How you can help:
  • Submit a resource: If you know of research which you think should be included, you can submit a resource, or, if you have a longer list of resources, send it to: carol.cohn@genderandsecurity.org
  • Volunteer! Come work with us as a volunteer or intern to expand our research collection on each topic, as well as to help enter new resources into the database.
  • Donate: We are now raising funds for the next stage of the Research Hub website’s development, which will include more advanced search and filtering functions, as well as more in-depth analysis of the resources.

 

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  1. Research

    Combat as a Moving Target: Masculinities, the Heroic Soldier Myth, and Normative Martial Violence

    Millar, Katharine M. and Joanna Tidy. 2017. “Combat as a Moving Target: Masculinities, the Heroic Soldier Myth, and Normative Martial Violence.” Critical Military Studies 3 (2): 142-60.

    Abstract Available

    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Feminisms, Gender, Masculinity/ies, Gender Analysis, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Militarization Keywords: combat, military masculinities, critical, soldiers, violence

  2. Research

    Re-Thinking Hegemonic Masculinities in Conflict-Affected Contexts

    Myrttinen, Henri, Lana Khattab and Jana Naujoks. 2017. “Re-Thinking Hegemonic Masculinities in Conflict-Affected Contexts.” Critical Military Studies 3 (2): 103-19.

    Abstract Available

    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Gender, Men, Masculinity/ies, Gendered Discourses, conflict, peace and security, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Nonviolence, Peacebuilding, Violence Keywords: masculinities, conflict, peacebuilding

  3. Research

    What’s the Problem with the Concept of Military Masculinities?

    Zalewski, Marysia. 2017. “What’s the Problem with the Concept of Military Masculinities?” Critical Military Studies 3 (2): 200-5.
    Abstract Available

    Topics: Gender, Men, Masculinity/ies, Gender Roles, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Violence Keywords: concepts, masculinities, violence, gender

  4. Research

    Reframing Conflict-Related Sexual and Gender-Based Violence: Bringing Gender Analysis Back In

    Davies, Sara E. and Jacqui True. 2015. “Reframing Conflict-Related Sexual and Gender-Based Violence: Bringing Gender Analysis Back In.” Security Dialogue 46 (6): 495-512.
    Abstract Available

    Topics: Armed Conflict, Gender, Women, Gender-Based Violence, Gendered Power Relations, conflict, peace and security, Security, UN Security Council Resolutions on WPS, UNSCR 1820, Sexual Violence Keywords: gender, international security, peace and security, political violence, women

  5. Research

    Building Back Better? — Negotiating Normative Boundaries of Gender Mainstreaming and Post-Tsunami Reconstruction in Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, Indonesia

    Jauhola, Marjaana. 2010. "Building Back Better? — Negotiating Normative Boundaries of Gender Mainstreaming and Post-Tsunami Reconstruction in Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, Indonesia." Review of International Studies 36 (1): 29-50.
    Abstract Available

    Topics: Environment, Environmental Disasters, Gender, Gender Mainstreaming, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality, LGBTQ, Political Economies, Violence Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Indonesia

  6. Research

    Role of Women as Risk Communicators to Enhance Disaster Resilience of Bandung, Indonesia

    Mulyasari, Farah, and Rajib Shaw. 2013. “Role of Women as Risk Communicators to Enhance Disaster Resilience of Bandung, Indonesia.” Natural Hazards 69 (3): 2137–60. 

    Abstract Available

    Topics: Environment, Environmental Disasters, Gender, Women, Gender Roles Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Indonesia Keywords: Bandung, disaster risk, risk communication, SIERA, women, Women Welfare Associations, Resilience

  7. Research

    Gendered Rights in the Post-2015 Development and Disasters Agendas

    Bradshaw, Sarah. 2015. “Gendered Rights in the Post-2015 Development and Disasters Agendas.” IDS Bulletin 46 (4): 59–65. doi:10.1111/1759-5436.12158.

    Abstract Available

    Topics: Development, Environment, Environmental Disasters, Gender, Rights, Reproductive Rights, Women's Rights

  8. Research

    Gendered Responses to Drought in Yunnan Province, China

    Yufang Su, Suman Bisht, Andreas Wilkes, Neera Shrestha Pradhan, Yahui Zou, Song Liu, and Kevin Hyde. 2017. “Gendered Responses to Drought in Yunnan Province, China.” Mountain Research and Development 37 (1): 24–34.

    Abstract Available

    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Gender, Women, Men, Gender Roles, Gender Analysis, Gendered Power Relations, Political Participation Regions: Asia, East Asia Countries: China Keywords: drought, gender analysis, climate change, responses

  9. Research

    Women’s Rights in Climate Change: Using Video as a Tool for Empowerment in Nepal

    Khamis, Marion, Tamara Plush, and Carmen Sepúlveda Zelaya. 2009. “Women’s Rights in Climate Change: Using Video as a Tool for Empowerment in Nepal.” Gender and Development 17 (1): 125–35.

    Abstract Available

    Topics: Development, Environment, Climate Change, International Organizations, Rights, Women's Rights Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: Nepal Keywords: women's rights, gender, climate change, power, women and environment, Nepal, adaptation, video

  10. Research

    Wading Past Assumptions: Gender Dimensions of Climate Change Adaptation in Coastal Communities of the Philippines

    Kathryn Graziano. 2014. “Wading Past Assumptions: Gender Dimensions of Climate Change Adaptation in Coastal Communities of the Philippines.” Master’s thesis, University of Washington.

    Abstract Available

    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Gender Mainstreaming Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Philippines

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