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Whose Feminism? Critical Perspectives on Gender and Security Policy
Nov
27
6:00 PM18:00

Whose Feminism? Critical Perspectives on Gender and Security Policy

  • School of International and Public Affairs, Room 1512 (map)
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The Center for the Study of Social Difference working group Religion and the Global Framing of Gender Violence (RGFGV) cosponsors: Whose Feminism? Critical Perspectives on Gender and Security Policy.

Eighteen years after the passing of UN Resolution 1325 and the establishment of the Women, Peace and Security agenda, a critical examination of its usages and consequences on global governance institutions and security policy is in need. Join SIPA’s Gender Policy Working Group for a panel discussion on the consequences of 1325, securofeminism and how gender discourse is employed to different political agendas.

Panelists:

Lila Abu-Lughod
Joseph L. Buttenwieser Professor of Social Science at Columbia University
Director of Religion and the Global Framing of Gender Violence (RGFGV)
Author of Do Muslim Women Need Saving? (2013)

Nimmi Gowrinathan
Director of the Politics of Sexual Violence Initiative
Visiting Research Professor at the Colin Powell Center for Global and Civic Leadership at City College New York
Author of Radicalizing Her (Forthcoming, 2018) and Emissaries of Empowerment (2017)

Rafia Zakaria
Media Fellow/Religion and the Global Framing of Gender Violence (RGFGV)
Attorney
Author of The Upstairs Wife: An Intimate Story of Pakistan (2015) and Emissaries of Empowerment (2017)

Additional support provided by: Religion and the Global Framing of Gender Violence working group at the Center for the Study of Social Difference, SIPA's Gender and Public Policy Specialization, Women in Peace and Security Working Group (WIPS), Middle East and North Africa Forum (MENA), Conflict Resolution Working Group (CRWG), UN Studies Working Group (UNSWG)

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Gender and the Technologies of State Violence: Innocence-Disposability-Resilience
Nov
16
4:30 PM16:30

Gender and the Technologies of State Violence: Innocence-Disposability-Resilience

  • Case Lounge, Jerome Greene Hall, Columbia University Law School (map)
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A panel with Sherene Razack (Department of Gender Studies, UCLA), Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian (Law School, Hebrew University; International Visitor, Columbia Law School), and Miriam Ticktin (Department of Anthropology, New School University), moderated by Lila Abu-Lughod (Columbia University)

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