Are we studying world affairs with knowledge created by and for a specific type of men?
In the 1970s – 1980s, academic works by Jean Bethke Elshtain, J. Ann Tickner and Cynthia Enloe came to reveal that the study of international affairs was not gender-neutral but rather gender-biased.
If you are an IR specialist, student, human rights activist or feminist, join on June 20th at 11 am EST a 2-hour online seminar on Feminist Theory 101 in International Relations.
In this online & live training you will learn:
- Feminist Theory Main Issues in International Relations
- Case Studies Live Practice: USA, Bosnia & Colombia
JOIN THE ONLINE WORKSHOP VIA EVENTBRITE HERE.
Only 20 spots left.
RSVP INFO: firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Natalia Bonilla is an award-winning international journalist & experiential producer with almost a decade working in over 12 countries.
She holds an M.A. in International Relations from the University of York, a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Puerto Rico and a Pg.Dp. in Conflict and Peace Journalism from the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
Currently, she produces her third documentary and first transmedia project Ser mujer en Latinoamerica compiling more than 700 testimonials on GBV and Gendered Peace from women in 18 countries.
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