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Feminist Security Studies
A Narrative Approach
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Annick T R Wibben
Researching War provides a unique overview of varied feminist contributions to the study of war through case studies from around the world. Written by well-respected scholars, each chapter explicitly showcases the role of feminist methodological, ...
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'This book lucidly articulates a narrative feminist approach in critical security studies and offers a constructive research strategy for studying contextual security narratives.' -- Xymena Kuroswka, European Security '.. an important theoretical contribution to debates over the politics and practices of security. Wibben offers the first full volume outlining the productive possibilities of integrating narratology and security studies and as such this book deserves to be taken seriously, read widely and cited often.'-- Laura J. Shepherd, International Feminist Journal of Politics 'Wibben's book is a renewed wakeup call for security studies scholars caught in the epistemological and methodological traps of the field.' -- Megan H. MacKenzie, Journal of Contemporary European Studies 'Given the sustained engagement with a narrative approach to IR, this book should be widely adopted in graduate International Relations, International Security and Gender studies courses, where stimulating research and innovative doctoral projects will likely be sparked by it.' - Maria Martin de Almagro, e-IR
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Annick T.R. Wibben is Assistant Professor of Politics and International Studies as well as Chair of the interdisciplinary Bachelor Program in International Studies at the University of San Francisco (USF), USA. From 2001- 2005 she was the Co-Investigator of the Information Technology, War and Peace Project at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University, USA.
Introduction 1. Feminist Interventions: The Politics of Identity 2. Challenging Meanings 3. Toward A Narrative Approach 4. Security As Narrative 5. Feminist Security Narratives. Conclusion: The Future of Feminist Security Studies