Volume 19, Issue 4, 2017


Hannah Partis-Jennings, “The (In)security of Gender in Afghanistan’s Peacebuilding Project: Hybridity and Affect”

Joanna Tidy, “The Operative and Subversion of Gendered War Discourses: Soldierhood, Motherhood, and Military Dissent in the Public Production of Kimberly Rivera”

Helena Zeweri, “The Specter of Failure: Rendering Afghan Women as Sites of Precarity in Empowerment Regimes”

Niall Gilmartin, “ ‘Without Women, the War Could Never Have Happened’: Representations of Women’s Military Contributions in Non-State Armed Groups”

Catherine Eschle, “Beyond Greenham Woman? Gender Identities and Anti-Nuclear Activism in Peace Camps”

Matthew Kearns, “Gender, Visuality, and Violence: Visual Securitization and the 2001 War in Afghanistan” 

Jelke Boesten, “Of Exceptions and Continuities: Theory and Methodology in Research on Conflict-Related Sexual Violence”


Lisa Tilley, Juanita Elias, and Lena Rethel, “Undoing Ruination in Jakarta: The Gendered Remaking of Life on a Wasted Landscape”

Henri Myrttinen, “Depictions and Reflections: Photographing Visualizations of Masculinities in Afghanistan and Democratic Republic of the Congo”

Book Reviews

Pascha Bueno-Hansen, Feminist and Human Rights Struggles in Peru: Decolonizing Transitional Justice, reviewed by Sandra C. Alvarez

Judith Butler, Zeynep Gambetti, and Leticia Sabsay, eds. Vulnerability in Resistance, reviewed by Jennifer Hobbs

Gabrielle Jamela Hosein and Jane Parpart, eds. Negotiating Gender, Policy, and Politics in the Caribbean: Feminist Strategeis, Masculinist Resistance, and Transformational Possibilities, reviewed by Aldrie Henry-Lee

Iveta Jusová and Jiřina Šiklová, eds. Czech Feminisms: Perspectives on Gender in East Central Europe, reviewed by Eszter Kováts

Aya Hirata Kimura, Radiation Brain Moms and Citizen Scientists: The Gender Politics of Food Contamination after Fukushima, reviewed by Joel Neville-Anderson

Hagar Kotef, Movement and the Ordering of Freedom: On Liberal Governances of Mobility, reviewed by Jacqueline Ismael

Mimi Marinucci, Feminism is Queer: The Intimate Connection between Queer and Feminist Theory, 2nd edition, reviewed by Jamie J. Hagen

Gerda Roelvink, Building Dignified Worlds: Geographies of Collective Action, reviewed by Vidyamali Samarasinghe

Samantha Van Schalkwyk and Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela, eds. A Reflexive Inquiry into Gender Research: Towards a Paradigm of Knowledge Production and Exploring New Frontiers of Gender Research in Southern Africa, reviewed by Mokheseng Richard Buti

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