Women, Militarism, and War: Essays in History, Politics, and Social Theory
This valuable collection examines closely the construction of male and female identity around the theme of collective violence. Why did such violence get 'moralized' for men in the case of warfare-but not for women? Women, Militarism and War presents alternatives to both 'business as usual' thinking and excessively utopian or naive feminist accounts. Contributors:
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