Women's Autobiographies on the Post-Cold War Period

This bibliography focuses on women's autobiographies, diaries and memoirs (as well as a few letter connections). These authors participated in and/or lived through various, Western armed conflict and wrote about their experiences in English, French, German or Russian.

The most important wars for this period include:

  • Wars in former Yugoslavia (1991–99)
  • U.S. Wars in the Middle East (1990–)
  • Wars of Globalization
  • UN Peacekeeping / New Humanitarianism

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Šitum, Mirna. Oranges and Dead Fish. Zagreb: Medicinska naklada, 2004.
Soyza, Niromi de. Tamil Tigress: My Story As a Child Soldier in Sri Lanka's Bloody Civil War. Crows Nest, N.S.W.: Allen & Unwin, 2013.
Tadjo, Véronique. The Shadow of Imana: Travels in the Heart of Rwanda, Edited by Trans Véronique Wakerley. Oxford: Heinemann, 2015.
Umutesi, Marie Beatrice. Surviving the Slaughter: The Ordeal of a Rwandan Refugee in Zaire In Women in Africa and the diaspora; Variation: Women in Africa and the diaspora. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2004.
Umutesi, Marie Beatrice, and Catharine Newbury. Surviving the Slaughter: The Ordeal of a Rwandan Refugee in Zaire. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2004.
Yang, Kao Kalia. The latehomecomer: a Hmong family memoir. Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2017.

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