Gender Dynamics and Post-conflict Reconstruction

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Peter Lang, 2009 - Social Science - 298 pages
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This volume by international authors deals with the role of gender dynamics in the development of post-conflict societies. The authors describe and analyze diverse aspects of the intertwining of gender and other social and cultural relations from an interdisciplinary perspective. They analyze gendered post-conflict dynamics in diverse contexts asking for the consequences these developments have in the settings under investigation, such as Eastern and Southeastern Europe, Palestine and Afghanistan.
 

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Contents

Gitti Hentschel
7
Michaela Schauble
17
Armed Conflicts PostWar Reconstruction and Gendered Subjectivities
21
Lynne Alice
49
Susanne Schmeidl
71
Anne Jenichen
93
Remzije Istrefi and Ariana QosajMustafa
115
Meghan Simpson
137
Vjollca Krasniqi
155
Discourses on the Role of Croatian
169
Andrea Hapke
199
Stef Jansen and Elissa Helms
219
Veronika Shcheblanova and Elena YarskayaSmirnova
245
Natalie Mutlak
269
Authors
295
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The Editors: Christine Eifler is Professor at the Centre of Gender Studies at the University Bremen (Germany).
Ruth Seifert is Professor of Sociology at the University of Applied Sciences in Regensburg (Germany).

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