The experiences of women worldwide are connected to our own. In order to see this link we need to embark on a deconstruction journey to see how the international is personal and how the personal is, ultimately, political.
On September 6th, I will launch the first episode of my Womanhood & International Relations podcast.
El próximo sábado 27 de julio a las 4 p.m. realizaremos nuestra quinta tertulia para internacionalistas. Compartiremos impresiones sobre los aportes de Conversaciones conmigo mismo y El largo camino de la libertad de Nelson Mandela. El evento es gratuito, semi-informal y se llevará a cabo en un local cerca de Roma, Ciudad de México. DebidoContinue reading “Tertulia Internacionalista V en CDMX: Mandela + 100”
Clues to what is happening this summer.
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,Continue reading “Online Workshop: Feminism & World Politics 101”
What is a Feminist Foreign Policy? Why is it important? Is it effective?