Gender and International Relations: A Selected Historical Bibliography
Boutin, J.D. Kenneth
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This bibliography is intended to provide a comprehensive reference source for materials which address the question of gender in the study of International Relations, or which employ gender in the analysis of questions examined by this field. It presents a cross section of materials representative of the richness of the field of gender and International Relations in terms of subject, approach and period of focus. A varied selection of books, academic and professional journal articles, review essays, public documents, bibliographies, biographical materials, theses and unpublished conference papers are referenced in this bibliography. The analytical and descriptive materials included represent a wide range of theoretical and normative approaches. These are largely in the English language, though a limited number of French sources are provided as well. The materials dating from as far back as the first half of the nineteenth century as well as to those of more recent vintage have been included. Epistemological materials and those concerned with the philosophy of science have generally been excluded from this bibliography. The selection of materials provided is comprehensive, but is by no means complete.