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  1. Lecture

    Gendered Spaces of Displacement, Im/mobility and Livelihood: Forced Migration into Cities and Refugee Camps

    Wenona Giles March 10, 2010

  2. Lecture

    Sexual Violence and Armed Conflict: From Innovative Research to Innovative Policy?

    Jennifer Leaning Elisabeth Wood Pamela Delargy Jennifer Klot April 12, 2010

  3. Lecture

    On Bodily Traces and the ‘Disappeared’ in Sri Lanka

    Malathi de Alwis April 26, 2010

    Regions: South Asia Countries: Sri Lanka

  4. Lecture

    Really Inconvenient Truths: Gender, Climate Change, and Environmental Security

    Joni Seager September 16, 2010

  5. Lecture

    Gendering War and International Security

    J. Ann Tickner October 4, 2010

  6. Lecture

    Rwandan Women Parliamentarians & Women Strike for Peace: Instrumental Femininity & Power

    Catia Confortini Laura Sjoberg November 2, 2010

    Regions: Central Africa Countries: Rwanda

  7. Lecture

    Reconstructing Female Soldiers: Sex, Security, and Conjugal Order in Post-Conflict Sierra Leone

    Megan MacKenzie February 8, 2011

    Regions: West Africa Countries: Sierra Leone

  8. Lecture

    Looking for the ‘Post’ in ‘Post-Conflict’: Challenges to Feminist Analysis and Practice

    Ruth Jacobson March 24, 2011

  9. Lecture

    Women and the Uprising in Egypt: Analysis from an Eyewitness

    Margot Badran March 28, 2011

    Regions: MENA Countries: Egypt

  10. Lecture

    Strangers within Our Borders: Human (In)security in South Asia

    Bina D’Costa Kabita Chakma April 5, 2011

    Regions: South Asia Countries: Bangladesh, Myanmar


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