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  1. Syllabus

    Gender, Nation and State: Anthropological Perspectives

    Elissa Helms, Central European University, Hungary, 2005

  2. Lecture

    The “Threat” of Masculinity: Youth, Security Policy, and the Case of Rwanda

    Marc Sommers March 27, 2007

    Regions: Central Africa Countries: Rwanda

  3. Lecture

    Feminist Perspectives on Peacekeeping and Peace Building

    Cynthia Enloe Jennifer Klot April 11, 2007

  4. Lecture

    Between Dictatorship, Sanctions, War and Occupation: A Historical Perspective on Iraqi Women and Gender Relations

    Nadje Al-Ali April 16, 2007

    Regions: MENA Countries: Iraq

  5. Lecture

    Mothers, Monsters, and Whores: Women’s Violence in Global Politics

    Laura Sjoberg October 31, 2007

  6. Lecture

    Consulting Perpetrators of Political Violence: Protestant Women Paramilitaries and the Northern Irish Conflict

    Sandy McEvoy January 28, 2008

    Regions: Europe Countries: Ireland

  7. Lecture

    Conduct and Discipline in UN Peacekeeping Operations: Culture, Political Economy and Gender

    Catherine Lutz Matthew Guttman March 11, 2008

    Regions: MENA, Caribbean countries, Balkans Countries: Haiti, Kosovo, Lebanon

  8. Lecture

    Challenges of Post-Conflict Peacebuilding: A Dialogue on Violence, Gender and Security in Liberia

    Serif Turgut Sharon Abramowitz April 8, 2008

    Regions: West Africa Countries: Liberia

  9. Lecture

    Feminist Conceptualizations of War

    Dubravka Zarkov February 11, 2009

  10. Lecture

    Media, Narratives of War and Practices of Masculinities in an Intersectional Perspective

    Dubravka Zarkov February 12, 2009


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