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Harriet Gray
Harriet Gray
Lecturer in International Relations, University of York
Bekræftet mail på york.ac.uk
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Refugees as/at risk: The gendered and racialized underpinnings of securitization in British media narratives
H Gray, AK Franck
Security Dialogue 50 (3), 275-291, 2019
522019
Domestic abuse and the public/private divide in the British military
H Gray
Gender, Place & Culture 23 (6), 912-925, 2016
522016
Encounters with the military: toward a feminist ethics of critique?
C Baker, V Basham, S Bulmer, H Gray, A Hyde
International Feminist Journal of Politics 18 (1), 140-154, 2016
372016
The ‘war’/‘not-war’divide: Domestic violence in the Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative
H Gray
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 21 (1), 189-206, 2019
272019
Researching from the spaces in between? The politics of accountability in studying the British military
H Gray
Critical Military Studies 2 (1-2), 70-83, 2016
272016
The geopolitics of intimacy and the intimacies of geopolitics: combat deployment, post-traumatic stress disorder, and domestic abuse in the British military
H Gray
Feminist Studies 42 (1), 138-165, 2016
262016
Torture and sexual violence in war and conflict: The unmaking and remaking of subjects of violence
H Gray, M Stern, C Dolan
Review of International Studies 46 (2), 197-216, 2020
252020
Risky dis/entanglements: Torture and sexual violence in conflict
H Gray, M Stern
European Journal of International Relations 25 (4), 1035-1058, 2019
172019
The trauma risk management approach to post-traumatic stress disorder in the British military: Masculinity, biopolitics and depoliticisation
H Gray
feminist review 111 (1), 109-123, 2015
162015
Militarism in the everyday: responses to domestic abuse in the British Armed Forces
H Gray
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), 2015
162015
Domestic Abuse and the Reproduction of the Idealised ‘Military Wife’
H Gray
The Palgrave International Handbook of Gender and the Military, 227-240, 2017
152017
What Can We/Do We Want to Know? Reflections from Researching SGBV in Military Settings
M Eriksson Baaz, H Gray, M Stern
Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 25 (4 …, 2018
142018
Cynthia Cockburn. Anti-Militarism: Political and Gender Dynamics of Peace Movements
H Gray
International Feminist Journal of Politics 16 (1), 168-170, 2014
12014
“Disrupting peace at home”? Narrating connections between sexual violence perpetrated by armed men and intimate partner violence in (post-) conflict settings
H Gray, C Dolan
International Feminist Journal of Politics, 1-22, 2022
2022
The power of love: how love obscures domestic labour and shuts down space for critique of militarism in the autobiographical accounts of British military wives
H Gray
Critical Military Studies, 1-18, 2022
2022
Disparities and Diversification: Feminists in Europe Study War and/or Militaries
H Gray
Feminist IR in Europe, 9-32, 2022
2022
Reflections on the slippery politics of framing
H Gray
Sexual Violence Against Men in Global Politics, 243-245, 2018
2018
Women in ‘combat’: a revolution in the US military?
H Gray
Engenderings, 2013
2013
Janie L. Leatherman. Sexual Violence and Armed Conflict
H Gray
International Feminist Journal of Politics 14 (4), 581-583, 2012
2012
Debating (Wartime) Sexual Violence
ATR Wibben, P Kirby, H Gray, M Stern, DK Cohen, EJ Wood, N Smith, ...
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