Readership: Scholars interested in gender and security; international relations and security; international law; international institutions; peace, conflict and military studies; gender and security studies, feminist theory
Annica Kronsell, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Lund University
Annica Kronsell is Associate Professor of Political Science at Lund University, Sweden.
"This book makes a valuable contribution to the seminal literature on gender and the military by unpacking how hegemonic masculinity becomes embedded in military organisations and the difficulties in enacting transformative change on such organisations." - Katharine Wright, e-International Relations
List of abbreviations
Chapter One: Mothers, Soldiers and Nation in the 'Neutral' Defense
Chapter Two: Gender, Sexuality and Institutions of Hegemonic Masculinity
Chapter Three: The Post-National Defense and the Cosmopolitan Military
Chapter Four: Post-national Peacekeeping and the Construction of Sex and Gender
Chapter Five: Defense and Military Governance in the EU: A cosmopolitan military in the making?
Chapter Six: Conclusions