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.
Tuesday, November 22, 2016
New publications; Nicole Detraz
(2016) Gender and the Environment. Polity Press. ISBN: 9780745663821. Available at: http://politybooks.com/bookdetail/?isbn=9780745663821
(2016) ‘Writing About Embodiment as an Act of Translation’. Critical Military Studies 2(1-2), 120-4. (2016) (with Victoria Basham, Sarah Bulmer, Harriet Gray and Alexandra Hyde) ‘Encounters with the Military: Towards a Feminist Ethics of Critique?’. International Feminist Journal of Politics 18(1), 140-54. (2016) ‘Fictionalised Accounts of Translation and Interpreting for Peacebuilding Forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo: the Memoir-Novels of Veselin Gatalo and Tanja Janković’. In The Status of English in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Louisa Buckingham ed. Multilingual Matters.
(2016) (with Petra Debusscher), "Post-conflict women's movements in turmoil: the challenges of success in Liberia in the 2005-aftermath", The Journal of Modern African Studies, 54, 293-316. doi:10.1017/S0022278X16000173. (2015) "Negotiated contestation in peacebuilding: maintaining or transforming systemic narratives?", Critical Studies on Security, 3 (3), 326-327, doi:10.1080/21624887.2015.1103013
(2016) "“Conversations in Silence” – Ceramic Installations Shaping Visual and Political Imagination of Gendered Tsunami and Conflict Reconstruction Landscapes in Aceh",Gendered Wars, Gendered Memories: Feminist Conversations on War Genocide and Political Violence. Ayse Altinay and Andrea Peto, eds. Routledge.
(2016)“Decolonizing branded peacebuilding: abjected women talk back to the Finnish Women, Peace and Security Agenda“, International Affairs 92(2), 333-351. DOI: 10.1111/1468-2346.12554
(2016) (with Patrick Daly, Michael Feener, Craig Thorburn) “Blueprints for Change in Post-Tsunami Aceh, Indonesia”. Rebuilding Asia Following Natural Disasters: Appoaches to Reconstruction in the Asia-Pacific Region. PatrickDaly and Michael Feener eds. Cambridge University Press, 181-209.
(2015) "Scraps of Home: Banda Acehnese Life Narratives Contesting the Reconstruction Discourse of a Post-Tsunami City that is “Built Back Better”", Asian Journal of Social Science 43(6), 738-759.
(2015) "‘On ‘Being Bored’: street ethnography on emotions in Banda Aceh after the tsunami and conflict", in Emotions, Politics, and War. LindaÅhäll and Thomas Gregory, eds. Routledge. For Dr. Jauhola's full publication list: https://marjaanajauhola.wordpress.com/publications/
(2016) "The Geopolitics of Intimacy and the Intimacies of Geopolitics: Combat Deployment, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Domestic Abuse in the British Military." Harriet Gray. Feminist Studies 42(1): 138-165. DOI: 10.15767/feministstudies.42.1.138
(2016) Expanding the Gaze: Gender and the Politics of Surveillance. Emily van der Meulen and Robert Heynen, eds. University of Toronto Press.
1. Gendered Visions: Reimagining Surveillance Studies (Robert Heynen & Emily van der Meulen)
2. Data Doubles and Pure Virtu(e)ality: Headless Selfies, Scopophilia, and Surveillance Porn (Lara Karaian)
3. Living in the Mirror: Understanding Young Women’s Experiences with Online Social Networking (Valerie Steeves & Jane Bailey)
4. Watch me Speak: Muslim Girls’ Narratives and Postfeminist Pleasures of Surveillance (Shenila Khoja-Moolji & Alyssa D. Niccolini)
5. Profiling the City: Urban Space and the Serial Killer Film (Jenny Reburn)
6. Race, Media, and Surveillance: Sex-Selective Abortions in Canada (Corinne L. Mason)
7. Gendering the HIV ‘Treatment as Prevention’ Paradigm: Surveillance, Viral Loads, and Risky Bodies (Adrian Guta, Marilou Gagnon, Jenevieve Mannell, & Martin French)
8. Under the Ban-Optic Gaze: Chelsea Manning and the State’s Surveillance of Transgender Bodies (Mia Fischer)
9. The Spectacle of Public Sex(uality): Media and State Surveillance of Gay Men in Toronto, 1977 (Zoë Newman)
10. The Surveillance Web: Surveillance, Risk, and Resistance in Ontario Strip Clubs (Tuulia Law & Chris Bruckert)
11. Gendering Security: Violence and Risk in Australia’s Night-Time Economies (Ian Warren, Kate Fitz-Gibbon, & Emma McFarlane)
(2015) ‘Facebook Bras and #digitalharems: Fantasies of Mimesis and the Transgressions of Aliaa Elmahdy and Amina Sboui.’ Nicole Grove. Globalizations, Special issue on Insurrectional Politics. Vol. 12, No. 6: 943-956.
(2015) ‘Hybrid Hegemonic Masculinity of the EU before and after the Arab Spring: A Gender Analysis of Euro-Mediterranean Security Relations.’ Ali Bilgic. Mediterranean Politics, vol.20 no: 3, pp. 322-341.
(2015) ‘Regendering the military: Theorizing women’s military participation,’ Claire Duncanson and Rachel Woodward. Security Dialogue. 0967010615614137, first published on December 8, 2015 as doi:10.1177/0967010615614137 (2016) Gender and Peacebuilding. Claire Duncanson. Cambridge: Polity Press. https://www.polity.co.uk/book.asp?ref=9780745682518