Feminist Internationalisms: Celebrating feminist engagements with international law and politics - 0
This two-day workshop will focus on Australasian work on feminist internationalism in the fields of international relations and international law. Papers will explore economics, security, democracy and human rights using feminist inquiry both as a theoretical lens and a methodology. The keynote speaker is Professor Ann Tickner, University of Southern California. This workshop is supported by the Australian Research Council
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Feminist Internationalisms: Celebrating feminist engagements with international law and politics - 0
This two-day workshop will focus on Australasian work on feminist internationalism in the fields of international relations and international law. Papers will explore economics, security, democracy and human rights using feminist inquiry both as a theoretical lens and a methodology. The keynote speaker is Professor Ann Tickner, University of Southern California. This workshop is supported by the Australian Research Council
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This two-day workshop will focus on Australasian work on feminist internationalism in the fields of international relations and international law. Papers will explore economics, security, democracy and human rights using feminist inquiry both as a theoretical lens and a methodology. The keynote speaker is Professor Ann Tickner, University of Southern California. This workshop is supported by the Australian Research Council
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