Gender, Nationalism and Conflict Transformation: New Themes and Old Problems In Northern Ireland Politics

Citation:

Ashe, Fidelma. 2019. Gender, Nationalism and Conflict Transformation: New Themes and Old Problems In Northern Ireland Politics. London: Routledge.

Author: Fidelma Ashe

Annotation:

Table of Contents:
1. Gender, Sexuality and Conflict Transformation
 
2. Gendering the Accord
 
3. Gender, Sexuality and the New Institutions
 
4. Masculinities, Power and Transition
 
5. Gender and Renegotiating the Peace 
 
6. Bodies and Conflict Transformation
 
7. Conclusions

Topics: Conflict, Gender, Masculinity/ies, Peace Processes, Sexuality Regions: Europe, Western Europe Countries: United Kingdom

Year: 2019

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