Part of the Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks series on gender studies, Gender: War examines war through the discipline of gender and sexuality studies. Containing 24 chapters, the volume demonstrates that bodies and other allegedly passive material/other allegedly passive objects have a history and also agency. Chapters describe feminist interventions in war and violence history's genealogy, present incarnations, and possibilities for the future in the context of gender and sexuality studies. Chapters are written by eminent scholars, are peer reviewed, include illustrations, and offer bibliographies to encourage further research. The volume concludes with a glossary and a comprehensive index.
Features & Benefits
- GENDER: WAR introduces students to concepts related to war through the discipline of gender studies.
- The primer to the Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks series on gender, GENDER: SOURCES, PERSPECTIVES, AND METHODOLOGIES, is followed by GENDER: WAR and other volumes that are dedicated to such broad themes as Animals, God, Laughter, Love, Matter, Nature, Space, and Time.
- All chapters in GENDER: WAR are newly commissioned and hence based on fresh and topical research and debates from a variety of fields--including philosophy, literature, art, film, social sciences, (old and new) media, history, economics, politics, and religion.
- Chapters are written by eminent scholars and are peer reviewed.
- The volume will include a glossary, bibliographies of worked cited and suggestions for further reading, approximately 30 relevant images/charts/graphs, and an index.