Subaltern politics in post-war times: Rethinking feminist theories of agency
7 May 2020, 12:00 to 13:00 Please note: this event has passed
King's Building, Strand Campus, London
Speaker: Dr Hanna Ketola (King's College London)
Join the Gender Studies Network for this paper discussion with Dr Hanna Ketola.
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About the speaker:
Hanna is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of War Studies. She is a member of the Research Centre in International Relations (RCIR) and has a PhD in International Relations from King’s College London.
Her research is located at the nexus of Feminist IR, feminist social and political theory and Peace and Conflict Studies. Having been awarded the ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship she is currently working on a monograph extending from her PhD research.
Hanna’s PhD examined women’s political agency in the context of peacebuilding in Nepal, focusing on experiences of women ex-fighters and women activists. Her research contributes to feminist IR by developing a unique theoretical approach to women’s agency in post-conflict contexts, fusing feminist theories of agency and postcolonial theories of subaltern politics.
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