Welcome to the research blog of the International Studies Association's Feminist Theory and Gender Studies (FTGS) section.
The Feminist Theory and Gender Studies (FTGS) section of the International Studies Association brings together scholars who apply feminist theory to International Relations or look at the field through a gender lens. In addition, those whose interests focus on gender-related topics throughout the field of international studies, including women in development and cross-cultural comparative studies, are encouraged to participate. The section provides mechanisms for discussion and exchange about the international dimension of scholarship on gender and about the gender dimension of scholarship in international affairs.
2012. "Combating post-conflict violence against women: An analysis of the Liberian and Sierra Leonean governments' efforts to address the problem." Peace Medie. In Dewey, S. & St. Germain, T. Conflict-Related Sexual Violence: International Law, Local Responses. West Hartford, CT: Kumarian Press.
2013. "Governing Queer Intimacies at the US-Canada 'Border.'" Feminist (Im)Mobilities in Fortress(ing) North America, eds. Anne Sisson Runyan, Amy Lind, Marianne Marchand and Patricia McDermott. Farnham: Ashgate, 147-165.
Without Borders? On the Impossibilities of ‘Queer Citizenship’ and the Promise
of Transnational Aesthetic Mutiny.” Transnationalism,
Activism, Art, eds.Kit Dobson and Åine McGlynn. Buffalo,
London, Toronto: University of Toronto Press (in press).
*** COMMISSIONED ESSAYS Ling, L.H.M. (2014) "Learning Dialectically:Koāns as IR Pedagogy," special issue of "Dialectics in World Politics," Globalisations 11(3).
Ling, L.H.M. (2013) “Negotiating Multiple Worlds of Emotion: A Worldist Model ofDialogics,” forum on “Emotions in IR,”
International Theory. Ling, L.H.M. (2013) “Hobson’s Eurocentric World Politics: the Journey Begins,” forum on John M. Hobson’s,
The Eurocentric Conception of World Politics: Western International Relations Theory, 1760-2010,
Millennium: Journal of International Studies. Ling, L.H.M. (2012) “Kann der Westen zuhören?” (“Can the West Listen?”)
Kulturaustausch 4 (12): 72-74.
*** REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES Ling, L.H.M. (forthcoming) “Worlds Beyond Westphalia: Daoist Dialectics and the ‘China Threat’.”
Review of International Studies.
Ling, L.H.M. (forthcoming) “Yin/Yang World Politics: A Daoist Epistemology
for International Relations,” Yongjin Zhang (ed.),
The Chinese School of IR and itsCritics.
Ling, L.H.M. (forthcoming) “Free Your Mind and the Rest Will Follow:
Kōans for World Politics,” Raluca Soreanu and Marysia Zalewski (eds), Creativity and the Imagination as Social Resources.
Ling, L.H.M. (2013) “Zhuge Liang and Meng Huo: A Metaphor for Sino-African Relations?”
In Stephen Chan (ed.), The Morality ofChina in Africa: the Middle Kingdom and the Dark Continent.
London: Zed Books.
(forthcoming 2013) "Situating Women in Counter-Terrorism
Discourses: Undulating Masculinities and Liminal Femininities" Boston University
(2012)“Advancing Feminist Positing in the Field of Transitional Justice”
International Journal of Transitional Justice
(2012) "Women in the Post Conflict Process: Reviewing
the Impact of Recent UN Actions in Achieving Gender Centrality," 11 Santa Clara
Law Review 101 (with Cahn & Haynes)
(forthcoming 2013) "Gender
Jus Post Bellum in Jus Post Bellum: Mapping the Normative Foundations"In: Carsten Stahn, Jennifer Easterday and
Jens Iverson (Eds): Oxford University Press.(with Haynes)
(2013) "Close Encounters of
the Female Kind in the Land of Counter-Terrorism," in Margaret
Satterthwaite & Jayne Huckerby (Eds.) Gender,National
Security and Counter-Terrorism: Human Rights Perspectives.
(2012) "Gender and Counter-Radicalization: Women and Emerging Counter-Terror Measures". In: Gender, National Security, and Counter-terrorism: Human rights perspectives. Edited by Margaret L. Satterthwaite & Jayne Huckerby: pp. 36- 59.