Description - Feminist Methodologies for International Relations by Brooke A. Ackerly
Why is feminist research carried out in international relations (IR)? What are the methodologies and methods that have been developed in order to carry out this research? Feminist Methodologies for International Relations offers students and scholars of IR, feminism, and global politics practical insight into the innovative methodologies and methods that have been developed - or adapted from other disciplinary contexts - in order to do feminist research for IR. Both timely and timeless, this volume makes a diverse range of feminist methodological reflections wholly accessible. Each of the twelve contributors discusses aspects of the relationships between ontology, epistemology, methodology, and method, and how they inform and shape their research. This important and original contribution to the field will both guide and stimulate new thinking.
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Author Biography - Brooke A. Ackerly
Brooke A. Ackerly is Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Vanderbilt University. She is the author of Political Theory and Feminist Social Criticism (Cambridge University Press, 2000). Maria Stern is a Lecturer and Researcher at the Department of Peace and Development Research, Goteborg University. She is the author of Naming Security - Constructing Identity: Mayan Women in Guatemala on the Eve of Peace (2005). Jacqui True is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Poltical Studies at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. She is the author of Gender, Globalization, and Postsocialism: The Czech Republic after Communism (2003) and co-author of Theories of International Relations, 3rd edition (2005).