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Scandalous Economics of Gender in Conflict and Post-Conflict

by Aida Hozic and Jacqui True on January 18, 2017

11th Pan-European Conference on International Relations (Barcelona, Spain, 13-16 September 2017)

Jacqui True​ and Aida Hozic are soliciting proposals for the EISA section on Scandalous Economics of Gender in Conflict and Post-Conflict. They are particularly interested in papers combining feminist political economy scholarship on the rise of  “global Trumpism” (populist racism, nationalism, and misogyny) with research on International Financial Institutions (IFIs) and international banking in post-Global Financial Crisis and post-conflict settings.

They seek contributions linking economies of peace and of war through licit and illicit flows of weapons and refugees (aka “economic migrants”); via austerity programs and housing crises; through conflict-bound ISIS (and not just ISIS) brides and fighters, humanitarians and traffickers; and in the interstitial spaces created by remittances, debt and military bases.

Deadline for proposals is Friday, February 10, 2017.

More details and instructions on how to submit the proposal are available on the EISA website HERE:

Aida Hozic and Jacqui True

Aida Hozic is Associate Professor of International Relations and 2015-2016 Colonel Allan R. and Margaret G. Crow Professor, College of Liberal Arts and Science, University of Florida. She is the author of Hollyworld: Space, Power and Fantasy in the American Economy (Cornell, 2002) and numerous articles situated at the intersection of international political economy, cultural studies and international security.

Jacqui True is Professor of Politics and International Relations and an Australian Rsearch Council Future Fellow in the School of Social Sciences at Monash University, Australia. She is the author of The Political Economy of Violence against Women (New York: Oxford University) awarded the American Political Science Association’s 2012 prize for the best book in human rights and the BISA International Political Economy Group best book in 2013.

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