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Routledge Advances in Feminist Peace Research

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This series aims to establish a home for conceptually challenging and empirically authoritative studies about how feminist peace approaches can help to move forward the study of peace, justice, violence, and conflict. More specifically, FPR has the potential to renew approaches to traditional fields such as peacebuilding, mediation, conflict prevention, international interventions, or peacekeeping, by challenging conventional understandings of how peace is built and by bringing in new perspectives.

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Feminist Peace and the Violence of Communalism Community, Gender and Caste in India

Feminist Peace and the Violence of Communalism: Community, Gender and Caste in India

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By Emanuela Mangiarotti
August 31, 2024

This book examines how narratives of communal conflicts in south India affect Muslims, women, and the lower castes, entrenching complex realities of marginalisation and violence. Through extensive empirical research, it traces a thread connecting the history of communalism in the south Indian city ...

Gendering Peace in Violent Peripheries Marginality, Masculinity, and Feminist Agency

Gendering Peace in Violent Peripheries: Marginality, Masculinity, and Feminist Agency

1st Edition

By Uddipana Goswami
May 27, 2024

This book forwards Assam (and Northeast India) as a specific location for studying operations of gendered power in multi-ethnic, conflict-habituated geopolitical peripheries globally. In the shifting and relational margins of such peripheral societies, power and agency are constantly negotiated ...

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