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  1. Syllabus

    Gender, and Non-Violent Transformation of Conflict

    Anouk Guiné, University for Peace, Costa Rica, 2007

  2. Syllabus

    Feminisms and International Relations

    Jutta Weldes, Bristol University, United Kingdom, 2000

  3. Syllabus

    Contemporary Feminist Thought: Debates and Issues

    Terrell Carver, Bristol University, United Kingdom, 2007

  4. Syllabus

    Gender and Development

    Marsha Henry, Bristol University, United Kingdom, 2006

  5. Syllabus

    Gender and Globalization

    Sergiu Vintila, National School of Political and Administrative Studies, Romania, 2011

  6. Syllabus

    War and Genocide

    Martin Shaw, University of Sussex, United Kingdom, 2007

  7. Syllabus

    Gender, Masculinity/ies and International Relations

    Ana Jordan, Bristol University, United Kingdom, 2007

  8. Lecture

    In the Town Where Youth Ruled Their Fathers: Experiments in Generational Time in Postwar Sierra Leone

    Rosalind Shaw September 24, 2013

    Regions: West Africa Countries: Sierra Leone

  9. Lecture

    Rule of Law and Democracy in Russia

    Sergey Golubok Anton Burkov March 10, 2014

    Regions: Asia, Europe Countries: Russian Federation

     Edited Transcript   Video  

  10. Lecture

    "Women, Peace and Security" Policy's Skewed Focus on Sexual Violence: The Failure of a "Successful" Feminist Intervention?

    Sam Cook April 24, 2014


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