Catherine Eschle

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Contributor Since 18 January 2024

I am a feminist International Relations and social movement scholar. For some years, I have sought to revitalise a feminist research agenda on nuclear politics, studying masculinity in nuclear discourse, on the one hand, and feminist anti-nuclear activism, on the other. Latterly, my research has centred on the argument that feminist analysis of nuclear politics should take coloniality more seriously. Connectedly, I coordinate the international FemNukes research network with Shine Choi, which produced a special section in International Affairs in July 2022, and I am part of the team that developed a feminist module for the Plouughshares-funded Decolonizing the Nuclear Curriculum project. I also recently published a co-edited book on Feminism and Protest Camps (2023), with Alison Bartlett, that reflects on the legacies of Cold War-era women's anti-nuclear protests.https://youtu.be/sB348VFlZyk


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