Women in peace politics / edited by Paula Banerjee.

Contributor(s): Banerjee, Paula
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: South Asian peace studies: Publisher: New Delhi, India ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, 2008Description: xix, 323 p. ; 22 cmISBN: 0761935703 (pbk.); 9780761935704 (pbk.)Subject(s): Women and peace -- South AsiaDDC classification: 303.66092254 LOC classification: JZ5597.2.S64 | W66 2008Online resources: Table of contents only | WorldCat details
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Table of contents Shefali / Ranabir Samaddar -- Security, gender and conflict prevention: perceptions from South Asia / Sumona DasGupta -- Ethnicity and democracy meet when mothers protest / Samir Kumar Das -- Afterword / Stree Shakti Sanghatana -- Islam, feminism and the women's movement in Pakistan: 1981-1991 / Fauzia Gardezi -- Women, nationalism and war: "make love not war" / Rada Ivecovic -- Women in Sri Lankan peace politics / Saro Thiruppathy and Nirekha De Silva -- Motherhood as a space of protest: women's political participation in contemporary Sri Lanka / Malathi de Alwis -- Negotiating peace: feminist reflections / Kalpana Kannabiran, Volga and Vasantha Kannabiran -- The space between: women's negotiations with democracy / Paula Banerjee -- Minorities, women and peace: a South Asian perspective / Meghna Guhathakurta -- Shed no more blood: mothers for peace -- WAF to continue protest against discriminatory laws -- The way of the world / Josiane Racine and Jean Luc Racine -- Chadur aur Diwari / Fehmida Riyaz -- Drawing lines, erasing lines: feminism as a resource in opposing xenophobia and separatism / Cynthia Cockburn -- In conversation with Dr Hanan Ashrawi / Aditi Bhaduri.
Summary: Summary: "Women in Peace Politics explores the role of women as agents and visionaries of peace in South Asia. Peace is redefined to include in its fold the attempt by women to be a part of the peace making process, reworking the structural inequalities faced by them and their struggle against all forms of oppression."--BOOK JACKET.
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Table of contents Shefali / Ranabir Samaddar --
Security, gender and conflict prevention: perceptions from South Asia / Sumona DasGupta --
Ethnicity and democracy meet when mothers protest / Samir Kumar Das --
Afterword / Stree Shakti Sanghatana --
Islam, feminism and the women's movement in Pakistan: 1981-1991 / Fauzia Gardezi --
Women, nationalism and war: "make love not war" / Rada Ivecovic --
Women in Sri Lankan peace politics / Saro Thiruppathy and Nirekha De Silva --
Motherhood as a space of protest: women's political participation in contemporary Sri Lanka / Malathi de Alwis --
Negotiating peace: feminist reflections / Kalpana Kannabiran, Volga and Vasantha Kannabiran --
The space between: women's negotiations with democracy / Paula Banerjee --
Minorities, women and peace: a South Asian perspective / Meghna Guhathakurta --
Shed no more blood: mothers for peace --
WAF to continue protest against discriminatory laws --
The way of the world / Josiane Racine and Jean Luc Racine --
Chadur aur Diwari / Fehmida Riyaz --
Drawing lines, erasing lines: feminism as a resource in opposing xenophobia and separatism / Cynthia Cockburn --
In conversation with Dr Hanan Ashrawi / Aditi Bhaduri.

Summary:
"Women in Peace Politics explores the role of women as agents and visionaries of peace in South Asia. Peace is redefined to include in its fold the attempt by women to be a part of the peace making process, reworking the structural inequalities faced by them and their struggle against all forms of oppression."--BOOK JACKET.

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