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Table of Contents of the Oxford Handbook of Gender and War since 1600

Introduction
Part I: From the Thirty Years War and Colonial Conquest to the Wars of Revolution and Independence
Part II: Wars of Nations and Empires
Part III: The Age of the World Wars
Part IV: From the Global Cold War  to the Conflicts of the Post-Cold war Era

 

 

Introduction

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Introduction: Gender and the History of War

(Karen Hagemann, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

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Part I: From the Thirty Years War and Colonial Conquest to the Wars of Revolution and Independence

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1. War and Gender: From The Thirty Years War and Colonial Conquest to the Wars of Revolution and Independence—An Overview 

(Stefan Dudink, Radboud University Nijmegen, Institute for Gender Studies and Karen Hagemann,
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of History)

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2. Wars, States, and Gender in Eraly Modern Warfare, 1600s–1780s

(Peter H. Wilson, Oxford University, All Souls College)

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3. War, Culture and Gender in Colonial and Revolutionary North America 

(Serena Zabin, Carleton College, Department of History)

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4. War, Gender and Society in Late Colonial and Revolutionary Spanish America 

(Catherine Davies, University of London, Insttute of Modern Languages Research, School of Advanced Study)

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5. Gender, Slavery, War and Violence in and beyond the Age of Revolution

(Elizabeth Colwill, University of Hawaii, Departent of American Studies)

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6. Society, Mass Warfare and Gender in Europe during and after the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars 

(Alan Forrest, University of York, Department of History)

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7. History and Memory of Army Women and Female Soldiers, 1770s–1870s

(Thomas Cardoza, Truckee Meadows Community College, Department of Humanities and Karen Hagemann, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of History)

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8. Citizenship, Mass Mobilization and Masculinity in a Transatlantic Perspective, 1770s–1870s

(Stefan Dudink, Radboud University Nijmegen, Institute for Gender Studies)

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Part II: Wars of Nations and Empires

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9. War and Gender: Nineteenth Century Wars of Nations and Empires—An Overview 

(Stefan Dudink, Radboud University Nijmegen, Institute for Gender Studies and Karen Hagemann, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of History, and Mischa Honeck, Humboldt University of Berlin, Department of History)

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10. Mobilization for War: Gendered Military Cultures in Nineteenth-Century Western Societies

(Robert A. Nye, Oregon State Unversity, Department of History)

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11. Gender and the Wars of Nation-building and Nation-keeping in the Americas, 1830s–1870s

(Amy S. Greenberg, Penn State University, Department of History)

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12. Imperial Conquest, Violent Encounters and Changing Gender Relations in Colonial Warfare, 1830s–1910s 

(Angela Woollacott, Australian National University, School of History)

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13. The “White Man,” Race and Imperial War during the long Nineteenth Century 

(Marilyn Lake, The University of Melbourne, The School of Historical and Philosophical Studies)

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14. Changing Modes of Warfare and the Gendering of Military Medical Care, 1850s–1920s 

(Jean H. Quataert, Binghamton University SUNY, Department of History)

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Part III: The Age of the World Wars

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15. War and Gender: The Age of the World Wars and Its Aftermath—An Overview

(Karen Hagemann, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of History and Sonya O. Rose, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Department of History)

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16. Mobilization for War: Gender, Culture and Music in the Age of World Wars

(Annegret Fauser, University of North Carolinaat Chapel Hill, Department of Music)

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17. Total Warfare, Gender and the "Homefront" in Europe during the First and Second World Wars

(Susan Grayzel, University of Mississippi, Department of History)

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18. Citizenship and Gender on the American and Canadian Homefronts during the First and Second World Wars

(Kimberly Jensen, Western Oregon University, Department of History)

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19. History and Memory of Military Women and Female Soldiers in the Age of World Wars

(Karen Hagemann, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of History)

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20.Western States, Military Masculinity and Combat in the Age of World Wars 

(Thomas Kühne, Clark University, Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies)

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21. Colonial Soldiers, Race and Military Masculinity during and beyond World War I and II 

(Richard Smith, Goldsmiths, University of London, Department of Media and Communications)

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22. Sexuality, Sexual Violence and the Military in the Age of the World Wars

(Regina Mühlhäuser, Hamburg Institute for Social Research)

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23. Gender, Peace and the New International Politics of Humanitarianism in the First Half of the Twentieth Century 

(Glenda Sluga, University of Sydney, Department of History / European University Institute, Florence)

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24. Gender, Demobilization and the Reordering of Society after the First and Second World Wars

(Karen Hagemann, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of History)

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25. Gendering the Memories of War and the Holocaust in Europe and the United States 

(Frank Biess, University of California, San Diego, Department of History)

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Part IV: From the Global Cold War to the  Conflicts of the Post–Cold War Era

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26. War and Gender: From the Global Cold War  to the  Conflicts of the Post–Cold War Era—An Overview

(Karen Hagemann, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of History and Sonya O.Rose, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Department of History)

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27. Gender, the Wars of Decolonization and the Decline of Empires after 1945

(Raphaëlle Branche, Université de Rouen, Départment d'histoire)

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28. Post-1945 Western Militaries, Female Soldiers and Gay and Lesbian Rights

(D’Ann Campbell, Culver-Stockton College and Karen Hagemann University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of History)

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29. Conceptualizing Sexual Violence in Post-Cold War Global Conflicts 

(Dubravka Zarkov, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Institute for Social Sudies)

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30. The United Nations, Gendered Human Rights and Peace Keeping since 1945 

(Sandra Whitworth, York University, Department of Political Science)

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31. Gender, Wars of Globalization and Humanitarian Interventions since the End of the Cold War

(Kristen P. Williams, Clark University, Department of Political Sciences)

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