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  1. Research

    Caution Nation-builders: Gender Assumptions Ahead

    Benard, Cheryl. 2008. “Caution Nation-builders: Gender Assumptions Ahead.” The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs 32 (1): 25-37.

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    Topics: Development, Gender, Women, Livelihoods, Post-Conflict, Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Security, Human Security Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: Afghanistan

  2. Research

    Land Relations in Bamyan Province: Findings from a 15 Village Case Study

    Wily, Liz Alden. 2004. Land Relations in Bamyan Province: Findings from a 15 Village Case Study. Kabul: Afghanistan Research and Evalutation Unit.

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    Topics: Ethnicity, Governance, Livelihoods, Political Economies, Rights, Land Rights Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: Afghanistan

  3. Research

    Old Dilemmas or New Challenges? The Politics of Gender and Reconstruction in Afghanistan

    Kandiyoti, Deniz. 2007. "Old Dilemmas or New Challenges? The Politics of Gender and Reconstruction in Afghanistan." Development and Change 38 (2): 169–99. 

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Civil Society, Economies, Gender, Gendered Power Relations, International Organizations, Justice, Livelihoods, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Political Participation, Post-Conflict, Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Religion Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: Afghanistan

  4. Research

    The Silenced and Indispensible

    Chisholm, Amanda. 2014. “The Silenced and Indispensible.” International Feminist Journal of Politics 16 (1): 26–47. 

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    Topics: Combatants, Male Combatants, Gender, Masculinity/ies, Livelihoods, Militarized livelihoods, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Private Military & Security, Privatization Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: Afghanistan, Nepal Keywords: private security, private military security companies, third country nationals, Gurkhas, Afghanistan, martial race, postcolonial, masculinities, gender

  5. Research

    Women as "Practitioners" and "Targets."

    Dyvik, Synne Laastad. 2014. “Women as ‘Practitioners’ and ‘Targets.’” International Feminist Journal of Politics 16 (3): 410–29. doi:10.1080/14616742.2013.779139.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Female Combatants, Feminisms, Gender, Women, Masculinity/ies, Livelihoods, Militarized livelihoods, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Militaries, Terrorism Regions: MENA, Asia, Middle East Countries: Afghanistan Keywords: Afghanistan, counterinsurgency, cultural turn, empowerment, Female Engagement Teams, feminism, military masculinities

  6. Research

    Liberal Warriors and the Violent Colonial Logics of "Partnering and Advising"

    Welland, Julia. 2015. “Liberal Warriors and the Violent Colonial Logics of ‘Partnering and Advising.’” International Feminist Journal of Politics 17 (2): 289–307. doi:10.1080/14616742.2014.890775.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Male Combatants, Gender, Men, Masculinity/ies, Gendered Power Relations, Livelihoods, Militarized livelihoods, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Militaries Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: Afghanistan Keywords: militarized masculinities, counterinsurgency, Afghanistan, ANA, colonial logics

  7. Research

    Learning in a Militarized Context: Exploring Afghan Women’s Experiences of Higher Education in ‘Post-Conflict’ Afghanistan

    Akseer, Spogmai. “Learning in a Militarized Context: Exploring Afghan Women’s Experiences of Higher Education in ‘Post-Conflict’ Afghanistan.” PhD diss., University of Toronto, 2015.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Education, Gender, Women, Men, Gendered Power Relations, Patriarchy, Livelihoods, Militarized livelihoods, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Militarization Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: Afghanistan

  8. Research

    Stress, Coping, and Mental Health-Seeking Behaviors: Gender Differences in OEF/OIF Health Care Providers

    Gibbons, Susanne W., Scott D. Barnett, Edward J. Hickling, Pamela L. Herbig-Wall, and Dorraine D. Watts. 2012. “Stress, Coping, and Mental Health-Seeking Behaviors: Gender Differences in OEF/OIF Health Care Providers.” Journal of Traumatic Stress 25 (1): 115–19. doi:10.1002/jts.21661.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Gender, Women, Health, Livelihoods, Militarized livelihoods, Military Forces & Armed Groups Regions: Africa, MENA, Asia, Middle East, South Asia Countries: Afghanistan, Iraq

  9. Research

    Living with Patriarchy and Poverty: Women’s Agency and the Spatialities of Gender Relations in Afghanistan

    Schütte, Stefan. 2014. “Living with Patriarchy and Poverty: Women’s Agency and the Spatialities of Gender Relations in Afghanistan.” Gender, Place & Culture 21 (9): 1176–92. doi:10.1080/0966369X.2013.832661.

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    Topics: Economies, Poverty, Gender, Women, Gendered Power Relations, Patriarchy, Gender Equality/Inequality, Livelihoods Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: Afghanistan Keywords: Afghanistan, gender, women, urban poverty, marriage systems, livelihood security

  10. Research

    Empowerment Through Energy? Impact of Electricity on Care Work Practices and Gender Relations

    Standal, Karina, and Tanja Winther. 2016. “Empowerment Through Energy? Impact of Electricity on Care Work Practices and Gender Relations.” Forum for Development Studies 43 (1): 27–45.

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    Topics: Development, Economies, Gender, Women, Gender Roles, Gender Analysis, Gendered Power Relations, Patriarchy, Gender Equality/Inequality, Infrastructure, Energy, Livelihoods Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: Afghanistan, India Keywords: electricity, gender relations, empowerment, care work, India, Afghanistan

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