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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Megan H MacKenzie
|Description:||xii, 175 pages ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||The new feminist international relations / Christine Sylvester --
Introduction: Conjugal order and insecurity post-conflict --
The history of sex, order, and conflict in Sierra Leone --
Defining soldiers --
Empowerment boom or bust? Assessing women's post-armed conflict empowerment initiatives --
Securitization and desecuritization: female soldiers and the reconstruction of women --
Securitizing sex? Rethinking wartime sexual violence --
Loving your enemy: rape, sex, childbirth, and politics post-armed conflict --
Conclusion: Displacing war mythology and developmental logic.
|Series Title:||Gender and political violence series.|
|Responsibility:||Megan H. MacKenzie.|
MacKenzie is one of the rising international stars of feminist IR war studies and she's clearly one of the best. Her book moves elegantly and respectfully between events she researched in Sierra
- Women soldiers -- Sierra Leone.
- Sex role -- Sierra Leone.
- Postwar reconstruction -- Sierra Leone.
- Rape as a weapon of war -- Sierra Leone.
- Sierra Leone -- History -- Civil War, 1991-2002 -- Participation, Female.
- Sierra Leone -- History -- Civil War, 1991-2002 -- Women.
- Military participation -- Female.
- Postwar reconstruction.
- Rape as a weapon of war.
- Sex role.
- Women soldiers.
- Sierra Leone.