Readership: Graduate and postgraduate students and scholars in peace studies, women's history and especially feminist international relations. International Relations and Peace Studies scholars, including IR theorists, feminist international security scholars, women's peace history scholars and social movement theorists.
Catia Cecilia Confortini, Assistant Professor of Peace and Justice Studies at Wellesley College
Catia Cecilia Confortini is Assistant Professor of Peace and Justice Studies at Wellesley College. Her research interests focus on the contribution of women's peace activism to peace studies as an academic field and as a practice. She is the US representative to WILPF's International Board for 2011-2014.
List of Acronyms
Chapter 1 What is Feminist Peace?
Chapter 2 Feminist Critical Methodology, Peace and Social Change
Chapter 3 "Evidence of Things Unseen": WILPF and Disarmament
Chapter 4 What is Violence? WILPF and Decolonization
Chapter 5 Orientalism and Peace: WILPF in the Middle East
Chapter 6 Conclusion: Feminist Ways to Peace