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Humanities Lab: Gendering Peace and Security

Library Guide for Humanies Lab (HUL/ENG/WST 494/598 & SOS 498/594)

Gendering Peace and Security Spring 2023

Gendering Peace and Security Spring 2023

Climate change and the depletion of natural resources portends dire consequences for peace and security around the world. Urgent challenges such as destabilized and increasingly autocratic political systems, food and water insecurity, poverty, and forced migration contribute to conflict. At the same time, climate change disproportionately affects women and other marginalized groups around the world, magnifying persistent inequalities. Despite the fundamentally interconnected challenges of climate, security, and gender equality, advocates and policymakers often treat each problem in isolation. This Lab connects the goals of peace, gender equity, and sustainable futures for all through a transdisciplinary and comparative focus.

Getting Started

This guide includes tools to help guide your research throughout the fall semester, and includes: databases for finding articles, links to library services, and tools.

Required Reading

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