- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2016
- Palgrave Macmillan
- Bjeorkdahl, Annika
- XIV, 314 p.
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Mapping the Production of Places, Sites and Scales of Violence1609Skickas inom 10-15 vardagar.
Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.This volume brings to the fore the spatial dimension of specific places and sites, and assesses how they condition - and are conditioned by - conflict and peace processes. By marrying spatial theories with theories of peace and conflict, the contributors propose a new research agenda to investigate where peace and conflict take place.
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Annika Bjoerkdahl is Professor at Lund University and the Editor-in-Chief of Cooperation and Conflict. She researches peacebuilding, gender and transitional justice. Her publications include Rethinking Peacebuilding (2013) and articles in Security Dialogue, Millennium, Human Rights Review, and Journal of European Public Policy. Susanne Buckley-Zistel is Professor for Peace Conflict Studies and Director of the Center for Conflict Studies, Marburg University, Germany, and Senior Fellow at the Kate Hamburger Kolleg for Global Cooperation Research at the University Duisburg-Essen, Germany. Her research focuses on issues pertaining to peace and conflict, violence, gender and transitional justice.
PART I: TERRITORIALITIES AND SCALES 1. Overcoming the Material/Social Divide: Conflict Studies from the Perspective of Spatial Theory; Sven Chojnacki and Bettina Engels 2. Territoriality in Civil War: The Ignored Territorial Dimensions of Violent Conflict in North Kivu, DR Congo; Martin Doevenspeck 3. Armed Conflict and Space: Exploring Urban-Rural Patterns of Violence; Kristine Hoeglund, Erik Melander, Margareta Sollenberg and Ralph Sundberg PART II: GLOBAL AND LOCAL 4. Reading Urban Landscapes of War and Peace: The Case of Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo; Karen Buscher 5. The Camp, the Street, the Hotel, and the Brothel - the Gendered, Racialised Spaces of a City in Crisis: Dili, 2006-2008; Henri Myrttinen 6. Local Agency in 'Global' Spaces? The engagement of Iraqi women's NGOs with CEDAW; Annika Henrizi PART III: BOUNDARIES AND BORDERS 7. Space, Class and Peace: Spatial Governmentality in Post-War and Post-Socialist Bosnia and Herzegovina; Elena B. Stavrevska 8. Bluffing the State: Spatialities of Contested Statehood in the Abkhazian-Georgian Conflict; Jolle Demmers and Mikel Venhovens 9. Urban Space as an Agent of Conflict and 'Peace': Marginalised Im/mobilities and the Predicament of Exclusive-Inclusion among Palestinians in Tel Aviv; Andreas Hackl 10. Reframing the Olympic Games as a Space of Contestation Rather than a Fixed Place: Uncovering New Spatial Stories of (De)Securitisation; Faye Donnelly PART IV: PLACES AND SITES 11. Where Conflict and Peace Take Place: Memorialisation, Sacralisation and Post-Conflict Space; Laura Michael, Brendan Murtagh and Linda Price 12. Seeing and Unseeing the Dome of Rocks: Conflict, Memory, and Belonging in Jerusalem; Nina Fischer 13. Belfast, 'The Shared City'? Spatial Narratives of Conflict Transformation; Milena Komarova and Liam O'Dowd 14. Geographies of Crime and Justice in Bosnia and Herzegovina; Zala Vol?i? and Olivera Simi?