Feminists Reconceptualize Peace
|Title||Feminists Reconceptualize Peace|
|Subtitle / Series Title||Comparative Perspectives Symposium. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society - April 2011|
|Year of Publication||2011|
Signs is published by the University of Chicago Press, which has recently moved its journals publication to the new JSTOR Current Scholarship platform. Read the latest issue here: http://www.jstor.org/page/journal/signs/about.html.The issue features "Feminists Reconceptualize Peace," a probing Comparative Perspectives Symposium with contributors from China, the former Yugoslav countries, South Africa, Brazil, Colombia, and the Fiji Islands.Other articles in this issue address naked protest in India, women's political subjectivity in postconflict South Sudan, gender in anarchoindigenist solidarity activism, gendered citizenship and the Minutemen, necro- and narcopolitics and femicide at the Mexico-U.S. border, and gender and genre in Emma Goldman.