A feminist voyage through international relations / J. Ann Tickner.
By: Tickner, J. Ann.Material type: BookCall no.: JZ1242 .T58 2014Series: Oxford studies in gender and international relations: Publication: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, c2014Description: xxi, 216 p.ISBN: 9780199951260 (pbk.); 0199951268 (pbk.); 9780199951246 (hardcover); 0199951241 (hardcover).Subject(s): International relations | Security, International | Feminist theory -- Political aspects | Feminism -- International cooperation
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-204) and index.
Part 1: Seeing women and gender in the discipline of international relations. Hans Morgenthau's principles of political realism : a feminist reformulation, 1988 ; Gendering security studies and peace studies, 1994 and 2004 ; On the fringes of the world economy : a feminist perspective, 1991 ; t States and markets : an ecofeminist perspective on international political economy, 1993 ; The gendered frontiers of globalization, 2004 -- Part 2: Methodological engagements. You just don't understand : troubled engagements between feminists and IR theorists, 1997 ; What Is your research program? Some feminist answers to IR's methodological questions, 2005 ; Dealing with difference : problems and possibilities for dialogue in international relations, 2011 -- Part 3: Exploring some contemporary themes and new directions. Feminist perspectives on 9/11, 2002 ; On taking religious worldviews seriously, 2009 ; Retelling IR's foundational stories : some feminist and postcolonialist perspectives, 2011 -- Part 4: Conclusions. Looking back : looking forward.
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