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Ponzanesi, Sandra. Gender, globalization, and violence: postcolonial conflict zones. New York, U.S.A.: Routledge, 2014.

Contents:
Introduction: New frames of gendered violence, by Sandra Ponzanesi.
Part I: Conflict zones: Colonial haunting and contested sovereignties.
Neoliberal discourses on violence: Monstrosity and rape in borderland war, by Jolle Demmers.
Thin Ice: Postcoloniality and sexuality in the politics of citizenship and military service, by Vron Ware.
American humanitarian citizenship: The "soft" power of empire, by Inderpal Grewal.
Female suicide bombers and the politics of gendered militancy, by Sandra Ponzanesi.

Africa and World War II, Edited by Judith A. Byfield, Carolyn A. Brown, Timothy Parsons and Ahmad Alawad Sikainga. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015.
Mehari, Senait, and Lukas Lessing. Feuerherz. Munich : Droemer, 2004.
The Aftermath: Women in Post-Conflict Transformation, Edited by Sheila Meintjes, Anu Pillay and Meredeth Turshen. London: Zed Books, 2001.

Part I. Overviews of the Themes (p. 1)
1. There Is No Aftermath for Women (Sheila Meintjes and Anu Pillay and Meredeth Turshen) (p. 3)
Breaking Down the Category 'Women' (p. 5)
Women's Wartime Gains and Potential for Post-war Transformation (p. 7)
The Failure to Consolidate Wartime Gains (p. 8)
The Political Economy of Violence against Women (p. 11)
Myths about ldentity, Problems of Solidarity and Reconciliation (p. 13)
Power and Authority in the Aftermath (p. 15)
Our Vision of a Transformed Society (p. 17)

Gender, Conflict, and Peacekeeping, Edited by Dyan Mazurana, Angela Raven-Roberts and Jane L. Parpart. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005.
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