This article presents the author's reflections on feminist war scholarship. The author discusses how war is researched in terms of political science, research methodology, and sociocultural issues. Information is also provided on the onset and cessation of wars, post-conflict societies, security agreements, demobilization, and the politics of femininity.
Cambridge Review of International Affairs
war, women's studies, political science, feminist criticism
Enloe, Cynthia, "Reflections" (2009). International Development, Community, and Environment. 232.