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Intelligent Compassion: Feminist Critical Methodology in the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

ISBN : 9780199845231

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¥11,858
著者: 
Catia Cecilia Confortini
ページ
240 ページ
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Hardcover
サイズ
175 x 238 mm
刊行日
2012年09月
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The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) has a unique role in post-war peace activism. It is the longest-surviving international women's peace organization and one of the oldest peace organizations in the West. It was founded in 1915, when a group of women from countries fighting in World War I met at The Hague to formulate proposals for ending the war. The organization sent delegations of women to several countries to plead for peace, and their final resolutions are credited with influencing Woodrow Wilson's 14 Points. Today, the organization counts several thousand members in 36 countries, on five continents. Since 1948, it has enjoyed consultative status with the UN, and it was instrumental in bringing about recent United Nations Security Council Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security. Beginning in 1945, WILPF began identifying the limitations of its ideological foundations in relation to the international liberal order. Confortini argues that this period ushered in a turn in the organization's policies and activism, one that lasted until the mid-70s and served as an important antecedent to feminist activism that continues today. By tracing the organization's changing strategies and ideas over a thirty-year period, Intelligent Compassion seeks to answer to what extent activists can transcend the prevailing practices of their eras. Confortini argues that this history is important theoretically because it inspires the development of a critical constructivist theory of agency that advances the agent-structure debate in International Relations theory.

目次: 

List of Acronyms
Chapter 1 What is Feminist Peace?
Chapter 2 Feminist Critical Methodology, Peace and Social Change
Chapter 3 "Evidence of Things Unseen": WILPF and Disarmament
Chapter 4 What is Violence? WILPF and Decolonization
Chapter 5 Orientalism and Peace: WILPF in the Middle East
Chapter 6 Conclusion: Feminist Ways to Peace
Epilogue
Bibliography

著者について: 

Catia Cecilia Confortini is Assistant Professor of Peace and Justice Studies at Wellesley College. Her research interests focus on the contribution of women's peace activism to peace studies as an academic field and as a practice. She is the US representative to WILPF's International Board for 2011-2014.

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