Gender in International Relations

University of Cambridge (2011)

Reading

Required Reading

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Tickner, J.A & Laura Sjoberg (2007) ‘Feminism’, Chapter 10 of International Relations Theories: Discipline and Diversity, by D. Dunne, M. Kurki & S. Smith (Oxford: OUP),  pp.185-202

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Tickner, J.A. (1988) Hans Morgenthau’s Principles of Political Realism: A feminist reformulation, Millennium Journal of International Studies, Vol.17, No.3, pp.429-440

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Youngs, Gillian (2006) Feminist International Relations in the Age of The War on Terror: Ideologies, religions and conflict, International Feminist Journal of Politics, Vol.8, No.1, pp.3-18

Recommended Reading

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Caprioli, Mary (2000) Gendered Conflict, Journal of Peace Research, Vol.37, No.1 (Jan 2000), pp.51-68

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Carver, Terrell (2002) ‘Men and IR / Men in IR,’ Chapter 5 of Gendering the International, by Louiza Odysseos & Hakan Seckinelgin (editors), pp.86-105

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Elshtain, Jean Bethke (1987) ‘Female Privatisation: The Beautiful Soul,’ Chapter in Women and War, pp.140-149

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Enloe, C. (1989) ‘The Personal is International,’ Chapter 9 of Bananas, Beaches and Bases: Making feminist sense of international politics (London: Pandora Books)

Goldstein, J. (2001) ‘Reflections: The mutuality of gender and war,’ Chapter 7 in War and Gender: How gender shapes the war system and vice versa (Cambridge: CUP)

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Hansen, Lene (2000) The Little Mermaid’s Silent Security Dilemma and the Absence of Gender in the Copenhagen School, Millennium Journal of International Studies, Vol.29, No.2, pp.285-306

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Mohanty, Chandra (2003) ‘Under Western Eyes: Feminist scholarship and colonial discourses,’ Chapter 1 of Feminism Without Borders: Decolonizing theory, practising solidarity, Durham and London: Duke University Press, pp.17-42

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Mottier, VĂ©ronique (2004) ‘Feminism and Gender Theory: the return of the state,’ Chapter in Handbook of Political Theory, by G. Gaus, C. Kukathas (editors)

Pratt, N. & A.A. Nadje (2009) ‘Towards a Feminist and Anti-Imperialist Politics of Peace,’ Chapter 5 in What Kind of Liberation? Women and the liberation of Iraq (University of California Press)

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Sylvester, C. (1994) The Third Debate in IR Visited by Feminists, Chapter 4 in Feminist Theory and International Relations in a Modern Era, by Christine Sylvester (Cambridge: CUP), pp.140-168

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Tickner, J.A. (2002) ‘Feminist Perspectives on International Relations,’ Chapter 14 of Handbook of International Relations, by W. Carlsnaes, T. Risse and B.A. Simmons (editors) (Sage) , pp.275-291

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Youngs, Gillian (2004) Feminist International Relations: a contradiction in terms? Or: Why women and gender are essential to understanding the world ‘we’ live in, International Affairs, Vol.80, No.1, pp.75-87

Further Reading

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Carver, Terrell et al (2003) Gender and International Relations, International Studies Review, Vol.5, No.2 (Jun 2003), pp.287-302

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Keohane, Robert (1998), Beyond Dichotomy: Conversations between International Relations and feminist theory, International Studies Quarterly, Vol.42, No.1 (Mar 1998), pp.193-197

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Tickner, J.A. (2011) Dealing with Difference: Problems and possibilities for dialogue in International Relations, Millennium Journal of International Studies, Vol.39, No.3, pp.607-618

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Tickner, J.A. (1998) Continuing the Conversation, International Studies Quarterly, Vol.42, No.1 (Mar 1998), pp.205-210

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Tickner, J.A. (1997) You Just Don’t Understand, International Studies Quarterly, Vol.41, No.4 (Dec 1997), pp.611-632


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