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Adjustment and Recognition in the Reform of Global Institutions: Nuclear Non-proliferation and Beyond
What are the key forces at play in the ongoing adaptation of global governance to power shifts and multilateral retrenchment?
Human rights movements in PNG: people with HIV, men with diverse sexualities and transgender Papua New Guineans
This research draws on interviews by Tim Leach conducted with over 70 people with HIV, men with diverse sexualities and transgender Papua New Guineans on their experiences of discrimination, their thoughts on human rights in PNG, their views on their organisations and on whether donor supports have been helpful or otherwise.
We are delighted to begin a new year by turning our thoughts to queer historiography with Laura Doan’s ‘Topsy-Turvydom: Gender, Sexuality, and the Problem of Categorization’, a chapter from her book Disturbing Practices: History, Sexuality, and Women’s Experience of Modern War (University of Chicago Press, 2013). Many of us will be new to the topic and Dr Katie Sutton will be on hand to guide us.
This book reviews what was known as the Green Revolution in agricultural research from the 1940s to the 1970s and the recurring theme of the forgotten women farmers in all of these processes and that these technical advances were, and still remain, gender blind.