Bleeding Boundaries: Gendered Analyses of Militarism in the Western Pacific

Teresia Teaiwa

This introduction to an Asia Pacific View point special section on militarism and gender in the Pacific argues that gendered analyses are crucial to understanding processes of militarization,and that multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches are integral in that effort. The introduction also provides background to the articles, outlining their origin in a workshop on militarism and gender in the Pacific held in Wellington, New Zealand in 2009, and its subsequent iteration insessions at the Oceanic Conference of International Studies in 2010. The special section constitutesthe first publication of a permanent working group on militarism and gender in the Pacific with an international, multidisciplinary membership.

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March 25, 2021
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