Transnational Feminist Dialogues on Gender, Conflicts and Social Justice | Researching War and its Aftermath through a Feminist Lens
Convened by Centre for Interdisciplinary Peace and Conflict Research (INTERACT).
The panel discussion is part of the event series “Transnational Feminist Dialogues on Gender, Conflicts and Social Justice” and brings together speakers from different disciplinary and regional contexts to discuss the challenges of doing research in/on conflict and post-conflict settings from a feminist perspective. The aim is to jointly discuss some of the issues that have been brought up by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, but that are relevant to feminist conflict research more generally, including the importance of feminist methods/ethics in conflict research and the question of what conflict aspects it can highlight which are usually overlooked by more traditionalist research and reporting on war and violence; masculinity and its role in conflict; the relationship between policy making and knowledge production about gender/sexuality; and finally, the challenges of amplifying feminist/critical approaches in broader disciplinary discussions which are often dominated by realist war and security studies.
Lina M. Céspedes-Báez (Universidad del Rosario, Colombia)
Milli Lake (London School of Economics and Political Science, UK)
Lewis Turner (Newcastle University, UK)
Time & Location
Jul 07, 2022 | 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Time: 4 - 6 pm (CEST)