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  1. Research

    Women in the Plant World: The Significance of Women and Gender Bias for Biodiversity Conservation

    Howard, Patricia. 2001. Women in the Plant World: The Significance of Women and Gender Bias for Biodiversity Conservation. Gland, Switzerland: International Union for Conservation of Nature.

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    Topics: Development, Environment, Gender

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    Gender, Environment and the Sustainability of Development

    Rico, Maria Nieves. 1998. Gender, the Environment and the Sustainability of Development. Santiago: United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean.

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    Topics: Development, Environment, Feminisms, Ecofeminism, Gender Regions: Americas, Caribbean countries, Central America, South America

  3. Research

    Cultures of Economies: Gender and Socio-Spatial Change in Nepal

    Rankin, Katharine. 2003. “Cultures of Economies: Gender and Socio-Spatial Change in Nepal.” Gender, Place & Culture 10 (2): 111–29. doi:10.1080/0966369032000079514.

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    Topics: Development, Economies, Feminisms, Gender Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: Nepal

  4. Research

    ‘Autres’ féminismes: Quand la femme africaine repousse les limites de la pensée et de l’action féministes

    Nnaemeka, Obioma. 2008. “‘Autres’ féminismes: Quand la femme africaine repousse les limites de la pensée et de l’action féministes.” Africultures 74-75 (3): 12‑9.

    English: Nnaemeka, Obioma. 2008. “‘Alternative’ feminisms: When African women push the limits of feminist thought and action.” Africultures 74-75 (3): 12-9.

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    Topics: Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Feminisms, Gender, Globalization Regions: Africa

  5. Research

    1988 and 1998: Contrast and Continuity in Feminist International Relations

    Hutchings, Kimberly. 2008. “1988 and 1998: Contrast and Continuity in Feminist International Relations.” Millennium - Journal of International Studies 37 (1): 97–105. doi:10.1177/0305829808093732.

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    Topics: Feminisms, Gender Keywords: feminism, gender, international relations, social science, theory

  6. Research

    Gender and conflict

    Allen, Lori A., and Laura J. Shepherd. 2012. “Gender and conflict.” Feminist Review, no. 101, 1-4.

    Topics: Armed Conflict, Gender

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    Natural Resources and Gender in Conflict Settings

    Dunn, Holly, and Richard Matthew. 2015. “Natural Resources and Gender in Conflict Settings.” Peace Review 27 (2): 156–64. doi:10.1080/10402659.2015.1037619.

     

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Environment, Gender Regions: Africa Keywords: global environmental change, gender stereotypes, gender differences, gender in conflict management

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    Men and Women as Conservation Partners in Conflict Settings

    Ajroud, Brittany, Kame Westerman, and Janet Edmond. 2015. “Men and Women as Conservation Partners in Conflict Settings.” Peace Review 27 (2): 175–80. doi:10.1080/10402659.2015.1037622.

     

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    Topics: Gender Regions: Africa, West Africa Countries: Liberia Keywords: conservation of natural resources, gender stereotypes, gender in conflict management

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    Gender and Environmental History

    Merchant, Carolyn. 1990. “Gender and Environmental History.” The Journal of American History 76 (4): 1117–21. 

    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Gender

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    Development Alternatives

    Radcliffe, Sarah A. 2015. “Development Alternatives.” Development and Change 46 (4): 855–74. doi:10.1111/dech.12179.

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    Topics: Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Development, Feminisms, Gender Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Uruguay, Venezuela

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