The curious feminist : searching for women in a new age of empire / Cynthia Enloe
- Enloe, Cynthia H., 1938-
- Berkeley : University of California Press, 
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- Physical Description:
- 367 pages ; 21 cm
- The surprised feminist -- Margins, silences, and bottom rungs : how to overcome the underestimation of power -- In the study of international relations -- The globetrotting sneaker -- Daughters and generals in the politics of the globalized sneaker -- Whom do you take seriously? -- Feminist theorizing from bananas to maneuvers : a conversation between Cynthia Enloe and Marysia Zalewski -- All the men are in the militias, all the women are victims : the politics of masculinity and femininity in nationalist wars -- Spoils of war -- Masculinity as a foreign policy issue -- What if they gave a war-- : a conversation between Cynthia Enloe, Vivian Stromberg, and the editors of Ms. magazine -- Sneak attack : the militarization of U.S. culture -- War-planners rely on women : thoughts from Tokyo -- Feminists keep their eyes on militarized masculinity : wondering how Americans see their male presidents -- Becoming a feminist : Cynthia Enloe in conversation with three British international relations scholars -- Women after wars : puzzles and warnings from Vietnam -- Demilitarization, or more of the same? : feminist questions to ask in the postwar moment -- A feminist map of the blocks on the road to institutional accountability -- When feminists look at masculinity and the men who wage war : a conversation between Cynthia Enloe and Carol Cohn -- Updating the gendered empire : where are the women in occupied Afghanistan and Iraq? -- War without white hats -- Playing guns -- Hitler is a jerk -- Leaden soldiers -- Gurkhas wear wool -- The cigarette.
- 0520242351 (cloth : alk. paper)
0520243811 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 319-342) and index.
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