Sammelband ‘Gender, Violence, Refugees’ veröffentlicht

Kürzlich ist der Sammelband ‘Gender, Violence, Refugees’ bei Berghahn erschienen, den Susanne Buckley-Zistel und ich herausgeben.


Providing nuanced accounts of how the social identities of men and women, the context of displacement and the experience or manifestation of violence interact, this collection offers conceptual analyses and in-depth case studies to illustrate how gender relations are affected by displacement, encampment and return. The essays show how these factors lead to various forms of direct, indirect and structural violence. This ranges from discussions of norms reflected in policy documents and practise, the relationship between relief structures and living conditions in camps, to forced military recruitment and forced return, and covers countries in Africa, Asia and Europe.


Introduction. Gender, Violence, Refugees. An IntroductionSusanne Buckley-Zistel and Ulrike Krause


Chapter 1. UNHCR Policy on Refugee Women: A 25-Year Retrospective – Susan F. Martin

Chapter 2. Victims of Chaos and Subaltern Sexualities? Some Reflections on Common Assumptions about Displacement and the Prevalence of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence – Simon Turner

Chapter 3. Refugees, Global Governance and the Local Politics of Violence against Women – Elisabeth Olivius

Chapter 4. ‘Solidarity’ and ‘Gender Equality’ as a Discourse of Violence in Sweden: Exclusion of Refugees by the Decent Citizen – Emma Mc Cluskey

Chapter 5. Spatializing Inequalities: The Situation of Women in Refugee Centres in Germany – Melanie Hartmann

Chapter 6. ‘Faithing’ Gender and Responses to Violence in Refugee Communities: Insights from the Sahrawi Refugee Camps and the Democratic Republic of Congo – Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, Chloé Lewis and Georgia Cole

Chapter 7. Formidable Intersections: Forced Migration, Gender and Livelihoods – Dale Buscher



Chapter 8. Escaping Conflicts and Being Safe? Post-conflict Refugee Camps and the Continuum of Violence – Ulrike Krause

Chapter 9. Lost Boys, Invisible Girls: Children, Gendered Violence in Wartime and Displacement in South Sudan – Marisa O. Ensor

Chapter 10. Military Recruitment of Sudanese Refugee Men in Uganda: a Tale of National Patronage and International Failure – Maja Janmyr

Chapter 11. Gender, Violence, and Deportation: Angola’s Forced Return of Congolese Migrant Workers – Alexander Betts

Chapter 12. The Romance of Return: Post-exile Lives and Interpersonal Violence Over Land in Burundi – Barbra Lukunka

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