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The curious feminist: searching for women in a new age of empire/ Cynthia H Enloe

By: Enloe, Cynthia.
Publisher: Berkeley: University of California press, 2004Edition: 1st ed.Description: 367 p.ISBN: 9780520243811.Subject(s): Feminism Sex role Women and the militaryDDC classification: 305.42
Contents:
Introduction: Being Curious about Our Lack of Feminist Curiosity Part 1. Sneakers, Silences, and Surprises 1. The Surprised Feminist 2. Margins, Silences, and Bottom Rungs: How to Overcome the Underestimation of Power in the Study of International Relations 3. The Globetrotting Sneaker 4. Daughters and Generals int he Politics of the Globalized Sneaker 5. Whom Do You Take Seriously? 6. Feminist Theorizing from Bananas to Maneuvers: A Conversation between Cynthia Enloe and Marysia Zalewski Part 2. Wars Are Never "Over There" 7. All the Men Are in the Militias, All the Women Are Victims: The Politics of Masculinity and Femininity in Nationalist Wars 8. Spoils of War 9. Masculinity as a Foreign Policy Issue 10. "What If They Gave a War ... ": A Conversation between Cynthia Enloe, Vivian Stromberg, and the Editors of Ms. Magazine 11. Sneak Attack: The Militarization of U.S. Culture 12. War-Planners Rely on Women: Thoughts from Tokyo 13. Feminists Keep Their Eyes on Militarized Masculinity: Wondering How Americans See Their Male Presidents 14. Becoming a Feminist: Cynthia Enloe in Conversation with Three British International Relations Scholars Part 3. Feminists after Wars--It's Not Over Til It's Over 15. Women after Wars: Puzzles and Warnings from Vietnam 16. Demilitarization--Or More of the Same? Feminist Questions to Ask in the Postwar Moment 17. A Feminist Map of the Blocks on the Road to Institutional Accountability 18. When Feminists Look at Masculinity and the Men Who Wage War: A Conversation between Cynthia Enloe and Carol Cohn 19. Updating the Gendered Empire: Where Are the Women in Occupied Afghanistan and Iraq? Part 4. Six Pieces for a Work in Progress: Playing Checkers with the Troops 20. War without White Hats 21. Playing Guns 22. Hitler Is a Jerk 23. Leaden Soldiers 24. Gurkhas Wear Wool 25. The Cigarette Notes Index
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Introduction: Being Curious about Our Lack of Feminist Curiosity

Part 1. Sneakers, Silences, and Surprises
1. The Surprised Feminist
2. Margins, Silences, and Bottom Rungs: How to Overcome the Underestimation of Power in the Study of International Relations
3. The Globetrotting Sneaker
4. Daughters and Generals int he Politics of the Globalized Sneaker
5. Whom Do You Take Seriously?
6. Feminist Theorizing from Bananas to Maneuvers: A Conversation between Cynthia Enloe and Marysia Zalewski

Part 2. Wars Are Never "Over There"
7. All the Men Are in the Militias, All the Women Are Victims: The Politics of Masculinity and Femininity in Nationalist Wars
8. Spoils of War
9. Masculinity as a Foreign Policy Issue
10. "What If They Gave a War ... ": A Conversation between Cynthia Enloe, Vivian Stromberg, and the Editors of Ms. Magazine
11. Sneak Attack: The Militarization of U.S. Culture
12. War-Planners Rely on Women: Thoughts from Tokyo
13. Feminists Keep Their Eyes on Militarized Masculinity: Wondering How Americans See Their Male Presidents
14. Becoming a Feminist: Cynthia Enloe in Conversation with Three British International Relations Scholars

Part 3. Feminists after Wars--It's Not Over Til It's Over
15. Women after Wars: Puzzles and Warnings from Vietnam
16. Demilitarization--Or More of the Same? Feminist Questions to Ask in the Postwar Moment
17. A Feminist Map of the Blocks on the Road to Institutional Accountability
18. When Feminists Look at Masculinity and the Men Who Wage War: A Conversation between Cynthia Enloe and Carol Cohn
19. Updating the Gendered Empire: Where Are the Women in Occupied Afghanistan and Iraq?

Part 4. Six Pieces for a Work in Progress: Playing Checkers with the Troops
20. War without White Hats
21. Playing Guns
22. Hitler Is a Jerk
23. Leaden Soldiers
24. Gurkhas Wear Wool
25. The Cigarette Notes Index

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