Worlding Women: A Feminist International Politics
In Worlding Women Jan Jindy Pettman asks 'Where are the women in international relations?' She develops a broad picture of women in colonial and postcolonial relations; in racialised, ethnic and national identity conflicts; in wars, liberation movements and peace movements; and in the international political economy.
Bringing contemporary feminist theory together with women's experiences of the 'international', Pettman shows how mainstream international relations is based on certain constructions of masculinity and femininity. Her ground-breaking analysis has implications for feminist politics as well as for the study of international relations.
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