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Author: Jelke Boesten

Title: Sexual Violence during War and Peace

Subtitle: Gender, Power, and Post-Conflict Justice in Peru

Place: New York, NY

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

Year: 2014

Pages: 244pp.

Series: Studies of the Americas

ISBN-13: 9781137383440 (hardcover) – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat | ISBN-13: 9781137383464 (EPUB) – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat | ISBN-13: 9781137383457 (PDF) – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat

Language: English

Keywords: Modern History: 20th Century | American History: Peruvian History | Types: Wartime Sexual Violence / Internal Conflict in Peru



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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


Author: Jelke Boesten, International Development Institute, King's College LondonAcademia.edu, ResearchGate

Contents:

  Acknowledgments (p. ix)
  Chapter 1
Introduction (p. 1)
  Chapter 2
Sexual Violence in War (p. 19)
  Chapter 3
Sexual Violence and the Reproduction of Inequalities (p. 43)
  Chapter 4
Transitional Justice, Truths, and Narratives of Violence (p. 69)
  Chapter 5
Impunity (p. 97)
  Chapter 6
Peacetime Violence (p. 121)
  Chapter 7
Sexual Violence and Post-conflict Justice (p. 147)
  Truth Commission Testimonies Consulted (p. 163)
  Notes (p. 165)
  Bibliography (p. 207)
  Index (ö. 225)

Description: »The idea that rape is widely used as a weapon of war has taken root in international institutions, influencing how post-conflict justice and transitional justice are perceived and pursued. Despite this global attention, there has been no progress eradicating or even mitigating sexual violence in war or in peace and very little progress prosecuting crimes of sexual violence. With particular reference to post-conflict justice, this book asks what sexual violence means from a socio-political perspective and in what ways contemporary "peacetime" violence is linked to wartime rape. Evidence from Peru and the internal armed conflict of 1980-2000 shows that acts of wartime rape are deeply embedded in existing configurations of gender and power and that sexual violence serves not only wartime terror but also peacetime hierarchies.« (Source: Palgrave Macmillan)

Reviews:

Alcalde, M. Cristina. Bulletin of Latin American Research: Journal of the Society for Latin American Studies 35(3) (July 2016): 416-417. – Full Text: Wiley Online Library (Restricted Access)

Laplante, Lisa J. Human Rights Quarterly 39(1) (February 2017): 260-266. – Full Text: Project MUSE (Restricted Access)

Rettberg, Angelika. International Feminist Journal of Politics 17 (2) (2015): 354-356. – Full Text: Taylor & Francis Online (Restricted Access)

Wilson, Fiona. Journal of Latin American Studies 48(3) (August 2016): 637-639. – Full Text: Cambridge University Press (Restricted Access)

Wikipedia: History of the Americas: History of Peru | Sex and the law: Wartime sexual violence | Truth and reconciliation commission: Truth and Reconciliation Commission (Peru) | War: Internal conflict in Peru