In the 1960s, the Women in Development (WID) approach called for more inclusion of women in development projects. Stemming from this initial approach, gender mainstreaming, or the inclusion of gender as an essential concern at all levels of planning and implementation,...

In his reflections on colonialism, decolonization and violence in ‘Wretched of the Earth’ and ‘Black Skin, White Masks’, Franz Fanon elucidates a range of psycho-affective responses of both the colonialist and the colonized. In his contemplations, trauma is both the ac...

Women have always, of course, been leaders in family farm operations, though this leadership has long been erased, demeaned, and thwarted. Gender-based biases in agriculture unfold differently across contexts and times, with patriarchy working alongside and through pla...

This CFP welcomes papers that contribute to a critical assessment of the conceptualization of empowerment in the context of gender and international development. There has been an increasing focus on promoting and measuring women’s empowerment as a means to achieve sus...

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