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Table of Contents of the Oxford Handbook of Gender, War and the Western World since 1600

Introduction
Part I: From the Thirty Years War and Colonial Conquest to the Wars of Revolution and Independence, 1600s-1830s
Part II: Wars of Nations and Empires, 1830s-1910s
Part III: The Age of the World Wars, 1910s-1940s
Part IV: From the Cold War and Anti-colonial Struggle to the Wars of Globalization, 1940s-Present

 

Introduction

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  1. Introduction: Gender and the History of War Author: Karen Hagemann (UNC–Chapel Hill, Department of History)

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Part I: From the Thirty Years War and Colonial Conquest to the Wars of Revolution and Independence,

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  1.  War and Gender: From The Thirty Years War and Colonial Conquest to the Wars of Revolution and Independence, 1600s–1830s—Overview Authors: Stefan Dudink (Radboud University Nijmegen, Institute for Gender Studies) and Karen Hagemann (UNC–Chapel Hill, Department of History)

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  2. Consolidating States, Professionalizing Armies, and Controlling Violence in the Long-term Aftermath of the Thirty Years War, 1600s–1780s Author: Peter H. Wilson (Oxford University, All Souls College)

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  3. War, Culture and Gender in Colonial and Revolutionary North America Author: Sabrina Zabin (Carleton College, Department of History)

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  4. War, Gender and Society in Late Colonial and Revolutionary Spanish America Author: Catherine Davies (University of London, Institute of Modern Languages Research, School of Advanced Study)

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  5. Gender, Slavery, War and Violence in and beyond the Age of Revolution Author: Elizabeth Colwill (University of Hawaii, Department of American Studies)

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  6. Society, Mass Warfare and Gender in Europe during and after the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars Author: Alan Forrest (University of York, Department of History)

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  7. History and Memory of Army Women and Female Soldiers, 1770s–1870s Author: Thomas Cardoza (Truckee Meadows Community College, Department of Humanities) and Karen Hagemann (UNC–Chapel Hill, Department of History) 

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  8. Citizenship, Mass Mobilization and Masculinity in a Transatlantic Perspective, 1770s–1870s Author: Stefan Dudink (Radboud University Nijmegen, Institute for Gender Studies)

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Part II: Wars of Nations and Empires

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  1.  War and Gender: Wars of Nations and Empires, 1830s-1910s—Overview Authors: Stefan Dudink (Radboud University Nijmegen, Institute for Gender Studies), Karen Hagemann (UNC–Chapel Hill, Department of History) and Mischa Honeck (German Historical Institute, Washington, DC)

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  2. Mobilization for War: Gendered Military Cultures in Nineteenth-Century Western Societies Author: Robert A. Nye (Oregon State University, Department of History)

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  3. Gender and the Wars of Nation-building and Nation-keeping in the Americas, 1830s–1870s Author: Amy Greenberg (Penn State University, Department of History)

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  4. The Gendered Bodies of Imperialism and Militarism, 1850s-1910s Author: Michael Geyer (University of Chicago, Department of History)

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  5. Imperial Conquest, Violent Encounters and Changing Gender Relations in Colonial Warfare, 1830s–1910s Author: Angela Woollacott (Australian National University, School of History)

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  6. The “White Man,” Race and Imperial War during the long Nineteenth Century Author: Marilyn Lake (University of Melbourne, School of Historical and Philosophical Studies)

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  7. Changing Modes of Warfare and the Gendering of Military Medical Care in Continental and Colonial Wars, 1850s–1920s Author: Jean H. Quataert (Binghamton University SUNY, Department of History)

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Part III: The Age of the World Wars

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  1.  War and Gender: The Age of the World Wars and Its Aftermath—Overview Authors: Karen Hagemann (UNC–Chapel Hill, Department of History) and Sonya Rose (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Department of History)

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  2. Mobilization for War: Gender, Culture and Music in the Age of World Wars Author: Annegret Fauser (UNC–Chapel Hill, Department of Music)

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  3. “Total Warfare”, Gender and the Home/Front in Europe during the First and Second World War Author: Susan R. Grayzel (University of Mississippi, Department of History)

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  4. War Societies, Citizenship and Gender on the American and Canadian Homefronts during the First and Second World War Author: Kimberly Jensen (Western Oregon University, Department of History)

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  5. History and Memory of Military Women and Female Soldiers in the Age of World Wars Author: Karen Hagemann (UNC–Chapel Hill, Department of History)

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  6. Western States, Military Masculinity and Combat in the Age of World Wars Author: Thomas Kühne (Clark University, Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies)

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  7. Colonial Soldiers, Race and Military Masculinity during and beyond World War I and II Author: Richard Smith (Goldsmiths, University of London, Department of Media and Communications)

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  8. Sexuality, Sexual Violence and the Military in the Age of the World Wars Author: Regina Mühlhäuser (Hamburg Institute for Social Research)

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  9. Gender, Peace and the New International Politics of Humanitarianism in the First Half of the Twentieth Century Author: Glenda Sluga (University of Sydney, Department of History)

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  10. Gender, Demobilization and the Reordering of Society after the First and Second World War Authors: Karen Hagemann (UNC–Chapel Hill, Department of History)

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  11. Gendering the Memories of War and the Holocaust in Europe and the United States Author: Frank Biess (University of California, San Diego, Department of History)

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Part IV: From the Cold War and Anti-Colonial Struggle to the Global Conflicts of the Post–Cold War Era,

  1.  War and Gender: From the Cold War Anti-Colonial Struggle to the Global Conflicts of the Post–Cold War Era, 1940s-2015—Overview Authors: Karen Hagemann (UNC–Chapel Hill, Department of History) and Sonya Rose (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Department of History)

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  2. Gender, the Wars of Decolonization and the Decline of Empires after 1945 Author: Raphaëlle Branche (Université de Rouen, Département d'histoire)

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  3. Post-1945 Western Militaries, Female Soldiers and Gay Rights Authors: D’Ann Cambell (Culver-Stockton College) and Karen Hagemann (UNC Chapel Hill, Department of History)

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  4. Conceptualizing Sexual Violence in Post-Cold War Global Conflicts Author: Dubravka Zarkov (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Institute for Social Studies)

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  5. The United Nations, Gendered Human Rights and Peace Keeping since 1945 Author: Sandra Whitworth (York University, Department of Political Science)

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  6. Gender, Wars of Globalization and Humanitarian Interventions since the End of the Cold War Author: Kristen P. Williams (Clark University, Department of Political Sciences)

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