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Women, Gender and Conflict: Reflecting upon the Gendered Harms of War

Women, Gender and Conflict: Reflecting upon the Gendered Harms of War review essays Review Essay by Kirsten Campbell1 Vesna Nikoli-Ristanovi, ed., Women, Violence and War: Wartime Victimization of Refugees in the Balkans, trans. Borislav Radovi, Budapest and New York: Central European University Press, 2000, 300 pp., £13.95 (pb), ISBN 978-963-9116-60-3. Vesna Nikoli-Ristanovi, ed., Zene, nasilje i rat (Women, violence, and war), Belgrade: Institut za kriminoloska i socioloska istrazivanja, 1995, 207 pp., 10.00 (pb), no ISBN mentioned. Women, Violence and War is a book `about war, as it was seen, felt and interpreted by women'.2 Wri en while fighting was still raging throughout the former Yugoslavia, the book was first published in Serbian by the Institute for Criminological and Sociological Research, Belgrade in 1995, before being published in the English edition of 2000. More than ten years a er its first publication, there is no longer a Yugoslavian war, but the Balkans are not yet at peace. Other wars are fought elsewhere, and other women see, feel and interpret the violence of different conflicts. Women, Violence and War has now become an influential and important text in the field of gender and conflict. This key text still offers important insights concerning the understanding of the gendered harms of war. However, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aspasia Berghahn Books

Women, Gender and Conflict: Reflecting upon the Gendered Harms of War

Aspasia , Volume 3 (1) – Mar 1, 2009

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Berghahn Books
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1933-2882
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1933-2890
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10.3167/asp.2009.030110
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review essays Review Essay by Kirsten Campbell1 Vesna Nikoli-Ristanovi, ed., Women, Violence and War: Wartime Victimization of Refugees in the Balkans, trans. Borislav Radovi, Budapest and New York: Central European University Press, 2000, 300 pp., £13.95 (pb), ISBN 978-963-9116-60-3. Vesna Nikoli-Ristanovi, ed., Zene, nasilje i rat (Women, violence, and war), Belgrade: Institut za kriminoloska i socioloska istrazivanja, 1995, 207 pp., 10.00 (pb), no ISBN mentioned. Women, Violence and War is a book `about war, as it was seen, felt and interpreted by women'.2 Wri en while fighting was still raging throughout the former Yugoslavia, the book was first published in Serbian by the Institute for Criminological and Sociological Research, Belgrade in 1995, before being published in the English edition of 2000. More than ten years a er its first publication, there is no longer a Yugoslavian war, but the Balkans are not yet at peace. Other wars are fought elsewhere, and other women see, feel and interpret the violence of different conflicts. Women, Violence and War has now become an influential and important text in the field of gender and conflict. This key text still offers important insights concerning the understanding of the gendered harms of war. However,

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