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    Masculinities, ethnicities and the terrorist in Cyprus (1950-9) and the 'war on terror', (2001-)

    Koureas, Gabriel (2012) Masculinities, ethnicities and the terrorist in Cyprus (1950-9) and the 'war on terror', (2001-). In: Garden-Coyne, A. (ed.) Gender and Conflict since 1914: Historical and Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Gender and History. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 124-137. ISBN 9780230280946.

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    Book synopsis: The First World War was a turning point for modern globalised warfare. It involved the inclusion of women in 'war efforts', the homefront becoming the warzone, and produced millions of wounded and disabled men. At the same time, it incited an extraordinary arsenal of gendered discourses, practices and beliefs in the service of militarism, power structures and personal agency. This insightful collection of interdisciplinary essays, by a wide-ranging team of experts, draws out critical themes emanating from 1914. Spanning the First and Second World Wars, through to the Vietnam War, the 'War on Terror' and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the volume asks what has changed and what has continued? Ana Carden-Coyne demonstrates adeptly how understanding gender during periods of conflict has ongoing relevance across the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.


    Item Type: Book Section
    School: School of Arts > History of Art
    Depositing User: Administrator
    Date Deposited: 05 Mar 2013 10:13
    Last Modified: 08 Apr 2014 12:06


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