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Bibliography file Dossier : Gender and Conflict Transformation

Grenoble, July 2008

Bibliography: « Gender and Conflict Transformation. »

  • Abdel Halim, Asma (1998) ‘Attack with a friendly weapon’ in What women do in wartime. London: Zed Books.

  • Cockburn, Cynthia (1999) ‘The Space beteen us: Negotiating Gender and Natinal identities in conflict.’ Zed Books

  • El Bushra, Judy and Piza Lopez, Eugenia (1994) Development and Conflict: the Gender Dimension . Oxford: Oxfam.

  • Enloe, Cynthia (1993) The morning after, sexual politics at the end of the Cold War Berkeley: University of California Press.

  • Etienne, M. (1995) ‘Addressing Gender-based Violence in an International Context’ Harvard Women’s Law Journal, Vol.18, pp.139-70 in What women do in wartime.

  • Goldblatt, Beth and Meintjes, Sheila (1998) ‘South African Women demand the Truth’ in What women do in wartime. London: Zed Books .

  • Moser, Caroline and Clark, Fiona (2001) ‘Victims, Perpetrators or Actors?: Gender, Armed Conflict and Political Violence’ Zed Books;

  • Sharoni, Simona (1995) Gender and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.

  • Skelsbaek, Inger and Smith, Dan (2001) Gender, Peace and Conflict, PRIO. London: Sage Publications.

  • Sorensen, Birgitte (1998) Women and Post-Conflict reconstruction. War-torn societies Project Occasional Paper No.3. UNRISD.

  • Turshen, Meredith and Twagiramariya, Clotilde ed. (1998) ‘Women’s War stories’ in What women do in wartime: Gender and Conflict in Africa. London: Zed Books.