About the book
Conflict-Related Sexual Violence presents completely original work by anthropologists, international human rights lawyers, legal theorists, political scientists, mental health professionals, and activists who report upon their respective research regarding responses to conflict-related sexual violence in Afghanistan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Colombia, Haiti, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Somalia, and South Africa. The bulk of the book addresses the implications of international responses to conflict-related sexual violence through analyses of the gaps between policy and practice with respect to efforts made by international organizations, criminal courts and tribunals to reduce or respond to conflict-related sexual violence.
The book is available for sale on the publisher’s website: kpbooks.com and retails for $29.95.
About the editors
Susan Dewey is Assistant Professor, Gender and Women's Studies at the University of Wyoming.
Tonia St. Germain, is Adjunct Associate Professor at University of Wyoming and the former Director of the Gender Studies Program at Eastern Oregon University.
Where to go
The event will be held at Old Firehouse Books on November 10, 2012 at 7pm. The venue is located at:
232 Walnut Street Fort Collins, CO 80524
To obtain more information on this event, or to request review and/or exam copies, contact Marketing Associate Jennifer Kern at (703) 996-1022 or via e-mail at: Jennifer@styluspub.com.