Sandra L Whitworth

Department of Political Science

Professor
Associate Dean, Graduate Studies & Research

Office: Ross Building, S900
Phone: (416)736-2100 Ext: 22650
Emailadres@yorku.ca & sandraw@yorku.ca
Primary websitewww.yorku.ca/sandraw

Sandra Whitworth is Associate Dean, Graduate Studies & Research. She is Professor of Political Science and also appointed to the graduate faculty in Gender, Feminist and Women's Studies at York University in Toronto, Canada.

Sandra did her Ph.D at Carleton University in Political Science (1991), and her first book, Feminism and International Relations (Palgrave Macmillan) was published in 1994. That book was translated into Japanese and was published by Fujiwara Shoten Press in 2000. Her most recent book was published in 2004 (Lynne Rienner) and is entitled Men, Militarism and UN Peacekeeping: A Gendered Analysis. She also adapted Joshua Goldstein's textbook International Relations for use in Canadian university and college classrooms. She has written various articles and book chapters on issues such as gender in Canadian foreign policy and human rights and was invited (with co-author Dyan Mazurana) to produce the 2002 United Nations Secretary-General Study Women, Peace and Security. That study won one of the American Library Association's 'Notable Government Documents Awards' for 2002.

Sandra teaches courses at York in Global Politics, Gender and International Relations, and graduate courses in International Relations Theory. She recently completed a six year term serving as the home base editor for International Feminist Journal of Politics.

Degrees

Ph.D., Political Science, Carleton University
M.A., Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University
B.A. Honours, Political Science and Philosophy, York University

Professional Leadership

Conference Organization:
1993 - 94
Program Chair, Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section, International Studies Association, for the 1994 Annual Meetings in Washington.

1992 - 93
Organizer, with Mark Neufeld of Trent University, of a two-day conference entitled “Canada, Political Economy and the World,” held at York University, May 31 - June 1,1993.

Offices in Professional Organizations:
2003 - 07
Member of the Executive Committee, Canadian Consortium on Human Security, Liu Institute for Global Issues (involved serving as a member on the adjudication of CCHS ‘Complementary Activities’ applications).

2003 -
Member of the Editorial Board, International Studies Quarterly.

1998 -05
Associate Editor, International Feminist Journal of Politics.

1995 - 96
Executive Committee Member, Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section, International Studies Association.

1994 - 95
Chair, Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section, International Studies Association.

Membership in Professional Organizations:
1990 -
International Studies Association

2005 -
Canadian Political Science Association, American Political Science Association

Community Contributions

Government/UN Activities:
September 1998 - 99 Member of the Steering Committee for the ‘Joint Canada - UK(US) Gender Sensitization Training for Civilian and Military Participants of Peace Operations,’ Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.

October 1996 Invited Expert, UN Expert Group Meeting on “Political Decision-Making and Conflict Resolution: The Impact of Gender Difference,” Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 7 - 11 October, 1996.

September 1995 Participant, Second National Forum on Canada's International Relations, Toronto, Ontario, September 10-11, 1995.

Media Appearances:
March 1997 CBC Radio, “Commentary,” March 26, 1997 (on the announcement by the Minister of Defence of upcoming reforms to the Canadian military).

March 1997 Television Interview, CBC National Magazine, “The Somalia Inquiry,” March 12, 1997.

May 1993 Radio Interview, CBC Radio Noon, Ottawa, on Canada's Involvement in Peacekeeping Operations, May 13, 1993.

Guest Lectures:
June 1998 Guest Lecture in the Course, “State and Citizen Diplomacy,” Taught by Professor Kinhide Mushakoji at Ferris Women's University, Yokohama, Japan, June 8, 1998.

February 1995 Department of Political Science, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, February 1, 1995, a guest lecture in a fourth-year seminar on International Relations Theory.

1994 - 96 Guest Lecturer in the course “Gender in International Affairs” Taught by Professor David Long at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, June 6, 1994, June 12, 1995, August 1, 1996.

Research Interests

International Relations, Gender Issues , Gender and international relations; feminism and international relations; gender and peacekeeping; international security

Selected Publications

Men, Militarism and UN Peacekeeping: A Gendered Analysis, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2004, Paperback Edition 2007 (Reviewed in International Affairs, 81(2), March 2005, pp. 446-447; International Feminist Journal of Politics, 7(3), September 2005, pp. 442-444; Perspectives on Politics, 3(3), September 2005, pp. 696-697; Politics and Gender, 2(3), 2006, pp. 415-417; Armed Forces and Society, 33(1), 2006, pp. 140-142; Left History 11(2), 2006, 139-144).

Feminism and International Relations: Towards a Political Economy of Gender in Interstate and Non-Governmental Institutions, Basingstoke: The Macmillan Press Ltd., 1994. Paperback edition released in 1997. (Reviewed in Political Psychology, 19(2) , 1998, pp. 421-424; Feminist Legal Studies, 6(1), February 1998, pp. 137-139; Review of International Political Economy, 4(4), Winter 1997, (a review essay); New Political Economy, 1(3), 1996, pp. 417-424 (a review essay); Millennium, 25(1), Summer 1996, pp. 234-35; American Political Science Review, 89(3), September 1995, pp. 814-815; International Affairs, 71(3), July 1995, pp. 596-597; Choice, 32(8), April 1995).

Japanese Translation of Feminism and International Relations, Tokyo: Fujiwara Shoten Press, 2000.

International Relations, Third Canadian Edition, with Joshua Goldstein and Jon C. Pevehouse. Toronto: Pearson Education, 2013 (fully revised and updated from first and second Canadian editions, published in 2005 and 2008).

“Militarized Masculinity and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder,” in Jane Parpart and Marysia Zalewski (eds.), Rethinking the Wo/man Question in International Relations, (London: Zed Books, 2008), 109-126.

“The Practice, and Praxis, of Feminist Research in International Relations,” in Richard Wyn Jones (ed.), Critical Theory and International Relations (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2001), pp. 149-160

Current Research Projects

Project

Description: 
I am at the early stages of a new research project that will explore the political, social and economic contradictions as well as the discursive meanings associated with a number of cases of modern globalized medical practices: kidney transplant surgery and the related phenomena of organ vending and transplant tourism; international patient programs aimed at providing medical interventions for children whose conditions require care not available in their home countries; international commercial surrogacy; and, stem cell tourism.

Selected Publications

Men, Militarism and UN Peacekeeping: A Gendered Analysis, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2004, Paperback Edition 2007 (Reviewed in International Affairs, 81(2), March 2005, pp. 446-447; International Feminist Journal of Politics, 7(3), September 2005, pp. 442-444; Perspectives on Politics, 3(3), September 2005, pp. 696-697; Politics and Gender, 2(3), 2006, pp. 415-417; Armed Forces and Society, 33(1), 2006, pp. 140-142; Left History 11(2), 2006, 139-144).

Feminism and International Relations: Towards a Political Economy of Gender in Interstate and Non-Governmental Institutions, Basingstoke: The Macmillan Press Ltd., 1994. Paperback edition released in 1997. (Reviewed in Political Psychology, 19(2) , 1998, pp. 421-424; Feminist Legal Studies, 6(1), February 1998, pp. 137-139; Review of International Political Economy, 4(4), Winter 1997, (a review essay); New Political Economy, 1(3), 1996, pp. 417-424 (a review essay); Millennium, 25(1), Summer 1996, pp. 234-35; American Political Science Review, 89(3), September 1995, pp. 814-815; International Affairs, 71(3), July 1995, pp. 596-597; Choice, 32(8), April 1995).

Japanese Translation of Feminism and International Relations, Tokyo: Fujiwara Shoten Press, 2000.

International Relations, Third Canadian Edition, with Joshua Goldstein and Jon C. Pevehouse. Toronto: Pearson Education, 2013 (fully revised and updated from first and second Canadian editions, published in 2005 and 2008).

“Militarized Masculinity and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder,” in Jane Parpart and Marysia Zalewski (eds.), Rethinking the Wo/man Question in International Relations, (London: Zed Books, 2008), 109-126.

“The Practice, and Praxis, of Feminist Research in International Relations,” in Richard Wyn Jones (ed.), Critical Theory and International Relations (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2001), pp. 149-160

All Publications

Books

International Relations, Third Canadian Edition, with Joshua Goldstein and Jon C. Pevehouse. Toronto: Pearson Education, 2013 (fully revised and updated from first and second Canadian editions, published in 2005 and 2008).

Men, Militarism and UN Peacekeeping: A Gendered Analysis, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2004, Paperback Edition 2007 (Reviewed in International Affairs, 81(2), March 2005, pp. 446-447; International Feminist Journal of Politics, 7(3), September 2005, pp. 442-444; Perspectives on Politics, 3(3), September 2005, pp. 696-697; Politics and Gender, 2(3), 2006, pp. 415-417; Armed Forces and Society, 33(1), 2006, pp. 140-142; Left History 11(2), 2006, 139-144).

Japanese Translation of Feminism and International Relations, Tokyo: Fujiwara Shoten Press, 2000.

Feminism and International Relations: Towards a Political Economy of Gender in Interstate and Non-Governmental Institutions, Basingstoke: The Macmillan Press Ltd., 1994. Paperback edition released in 1997. (Reviewed in Political Psychology, 19(2) , 1998, pp. 421-424; Feminist Legal Studies, 6(1), February 1998, pp. 137-139; Review of International Political Economy, 4(4), Winter 1997, (a review essay); New Political Economy, 1(3), 1996, pp. 417-424 (a review essay); Millennium, 25(1), Summer 1996, pp. 234-35; American Political Science Review, 89(3), September 1995, pp. 814-815; International Affairs, 71(3), July 1995, pp. 596-597; Choice, 32(8), April 1995).

Book Chapters

“Feminism,” in Christian Reus-Smit and Duncan Snidal (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of International Relations, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008), pp. 391-407

“Feminist Perspectives,” in Paul D. Williams (ed.), Security Studies: An Introduction (London: Routledge, 2008), pp. 103-115.

“Militarized Masculinity and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder,” in Jane Parpart and Marysia Zalewski (eds.), Rethinking the Wo/man Question in International Relations, (London: Zed Books, 2008), 109-126.

“Theory and Exclusion: Gender, Masculinity and International Political Economy,” (second revised version of “Theory as Exclusion: Gender and International Political Economy” see below), in Richard Stubbs and Geoffrey Underhill, (eds.), Political Economy and the Changing Global Order, Third Edition, (Don Mills: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 88-99, (11 pages); Japanese translation, from second edition, reprinted in the journal Associe 21, Vol. 5, No. 1, Special Issue on ‘Globalization and the Gender Problem’ January 2001, pp. 225-243.

“Militarized Masculinities and the Politics of Peacekeeping: The Canadian Case,” in Ken Booth (ed.), Critical Security Studies and World Politics, (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2005), pp. 89-106 (17 pages); Reprinted in: Claire Turenne Sjolander, Heather Smith and Deborah Stienstra, (eds.), Feminist Approaches to Canadian Foreign Policy, (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2003), pp. 76-89

“The Practice, and Praxis, of Feminist Research in International Relations,” in Richard Wyn Jones (ed.), Critical Theory and International Relations (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2001), pp. 149-160

“Gender, Race and the Politics of Peacekeeping,” in Edward Moxon-Browne, (ed.), A Future for Peacekeeping?, (UK: Macmillan, 1998), pp. 176-191.

“Imag(in)ing Canadian Foreign Policy,” with Mark Neufeld, for Wallace Clement (ed.), Building on the New Canadian Political Economy, (McGill-Queen's University Press, 1996), pp. 197-214.

“Women, and Gender, in the Foreign Policy Review Process,” in Maxwell Cameron and Maureen Appel Molot (eds.), Canada Among Nations: Foreign Policy and Democracy, (Carleton University Press, 1995), pp. 83-98.

“Feminist Theories: From Women to Gender and World Politics,” in Francine D'Amico and Peter Beckman, (eds.), Women, Gender and World Politics: Perspectives Policies and Prospects, (Connecticut: Bergin and Garvey Ltd., 1994), pp 75-88

“Theory as Exclusion: Gender and International Political Economy,” in Richard Stubbs and Geoffrey Underhill, (eds.), Political Economy and the Changing Global Order, (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, Ltd., 1994), pp. 116-129.

Journal Articles

“11 September and the Aftermath,” Studies in Political Economy, 67, Spring 2002, pp. 33-38.

“Globalizing Women’s Studies, Gendering Global Studies,” International Feminist Journal of Politics, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1999, pp. 294-297.

“No Safe Haven: Sexuality as a Universal Human Right and Gay and Lesbian Activism in International Politics,” with Nicole LaViolette, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 23(3), Winter 1995, pp. 563-588

“Gender, International Relations, and the Case of the ILO,” Review of International Studies, Volume 20, No.4, October 1994, pp. 389-405.

“Planned Parenthood and the New Right: Onslaught and Opportunity?” Studies in Political Economy, 35, Summer 1991, pp. 73-101.

“Gender in the Inter-Paradigm Debate,” Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 18(2), Summer 1989, pp. 265-272 (7 pages). Reprinted in Marc A. Genest (ed.), Conflict and Cooperation: Evolving Theories of International Relations, (Fort Worth: Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1996), pp. 513-520.

Conference Proceedings

“Globalizing Gender: Who Gets It? Who Doesn’t?” in Ryerson Christie and Elizabeth Dauphinee, eds, The Ethics of Building Peace in International Relations Selected Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Conference of the Centre for International and Security Studies, (Toronto: York Centre for International and Security Studies, 2005), pp. pp.119-130.

“Feminism and International Relations,” Presentation at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Council of International Law, Ottawa, Ontario, October 26, 2002, Published as Conference Proceedings in The Measure of International Law: Effectiveness, Fairness and Validity, (The Hague: Kluwer Law International, 2004), pp. 226-232.

“Gender, Security and the Politics of Peacekeeping,” Paper Presented at the 10th Asia-Pacific Roundtable, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 6 - 8, 1996; Published as Conference Proceedings in Mohamed Jawhar Hassan and Sheikh Ahmad Raffie, (eds.), Bringing Peace to the Pacific, (Kuala Lumpur: ISIS Malaysia, 1997), pp. 557-576.

“Gender and Peacekeeping: How Peaceful the Peacekeepers?” Discussion Paper Presented at the Workshop on “UN Reform Issues in the 1990s and Beyond,” September 12-13, 1992, Centre for International and Strategic Studies, York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Conference Papers

“A Critique of Gender Mainstreaming,” Paper Presented at the Conference “International Perspectives on Gender Equality and Social Diversity,” Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, 29-31 July, 2007.

“Military Reactions to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder,” Paper Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Meetings, San Diego, CA, March 22-25, 2006.

“Globalizing Gender - Who Gets it? Who Doesn’t?” Paper Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Meetings, Honolulu, Hawaii, March 1-5, 2005.

“Mainstreaming Gender or Facilitating Militarism? The UN on Women, Peace and Security,” Paper Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Meetings, Montréal, Québec, March 17-20, 2004.

“Myths, Masculinities and Soldiers: ‘You don’t go out and give the enemy a kiss. You kill them’,”Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Political Science Association, Toronto, Ontario, May 30, 2002.

“Gender Issues in Peacekeeping,” Paper Presented at the Conference “Comprehensive Security and Global Co-operation,” Sookmyung Women's University, Seoul, Korea, June 5, 1998.

“Militarized Masculinity: The Role of Peacekeepers in Conflict Zones - The Case of Canada and Somalia,” Paper Presented at the Women in Conflict Zones Network Workshop, King City, Ontario, May 31 - June 1, 1997.

“The Practice, and Praxis, of Feminist Research in International Relations,” Paper Presented at the Conference “Critical Theory and International Relations,” The University of Wales, Aberystwyth, Wales, May 26 - 28, 1996.

“Gender, Race and the Politics of Peacekeeping,” Paper Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Meetings, San Diego, CA, April 16 - 20, 1996.

“Peacekeeping, Gender and Canadian Foreign Policy,” Paper Presented at the Conference, “Going Global: Canada and the International Political Economy,” Carleton University, January 19, 1996.

“No Safe Haven: Sexuality as a Universal Human Right? The International Activism of Gay and Lesbian Politics,” with Nicole LaViolette, Paper presented at the International Studies Association Annual Meetings, Washington DC, March 28 - April 1, 1994

“The Political Economy of Canadian Foreign and Defence Policy: A Study in Hegemony,” with Mark Neufeld, Presented at the Conference "Canada, Political Economy and the World," York University, May 31 - June 1, 1993.

“Critical IR, Gender and the International Labour Organization,” Paper Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Meetings, April 1-4, 1992, Atlanta Georgia.

“Gender and International Relations,” Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Political Science Association, Victoria, May 1990.

“Planned Parenthood and the New Right,” Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Political Science Association, Hamilton, June 1987.

Book Reviews

Louise Olsson and Torunn L. Tryggestad, (eds.), Women and International Peacekeeping and Inger Skjelsbæk and Dan Smith, (eds.), Gender, Peace and Conflict in Signs Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 28(4), 2003, pp. 1328- 1331.

J. Ann Tickner, Gendering World Politics: Issues and Approaches in the Post-Cold War Era, in The American Political Science Review, December 2002, pp. 894-895.

Gillian Youngs, International Relations in a Global Age: A Conceptual Challenge, in The Canadian Journal of Political Science, XXXIV:1, March 2001, pp. 207-208.

Edna Keeble and Heather A. Smith, (Re)Defining Traditions: Gender and Canadian Foreign Policy, in International Journal, Autumn, 1999, pp. 717-718.

“Warrior-Princes and the Politics of Peacekeeping: a review of Jocelyn Coulon, Soldiers of Diplomacy: The United Nations, Peacekeeping, and the New World Order,” in Books in Canada, Vol. 28, No. 3, April, 1999, pp. 20-21.

Katharine H.S. Moon, Sex Among Allies: Military Prostitution in U.S. - Korea Relations, in The International History Review, Volume XXI, Number 1 (March 1999), pp. 238-240.

“Where is the politics in peacekeeping?” (Review Article), International Journal, L:2, Spring 1995, pp. 427-435.

Christine Sylvester, Feminist Theory and International Relations in a Postmodern Era, in The Canadian Journal and Political Science, Volume 28, No.1, March 1995, pp. 177-178.

Larry Swatuk, Between Choice in a Hard Place: Contending Theories of International Relations in International Journal, XLVIII:2, Spring 1993, pp. 408-409.

Carol Riegelman Lubin and Anne Winslow, Social Justice for Women: The International Labor Organization and Women in The Canadian Journal of Political Science, December 1991, XXIV:4, pp. 901-902.

Drude Dahlerup, The New Women's Movement: Feminism and Political Power in Europe and the U.S.A. in Economic and Industrial Democracy, Spring 1989, pp. 254-256.

Research Reports

Women, Peace and Security: Study Submitted by the Secretary-General Pursuant to Security Council Resolution 1325 (October 2000), (with Dr. Dyan Mazurana) (50% Mazurana; 50% Whitworth), October 2002. UN Order No. E.03.IV.1, 179 pages. Available in pdf at http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/public/index.html#wps. This study has been translated into eight languages and The Library Journal, a publication of the American Library Association, awarded this publication with one of their ‘Notable Government Documents Awards’ for 2002.


Sandra Whitworth is Associate Dean, Graduate Studies & Research. She is Professor of Political Science and also appointed to the graduate faculty in Gender, Feminist and Women's Studies at York University in Toronto, Canada.

Sandra did her Ph.D at Carleton University in Political Science (1991), and her first book, Feminism and International Relations (Palgrave Macmillan) was published in 1994. That book was translated into Japanese and was published by Fujiwara Shoten Press in 2000. Her most recent book was published in 2004 (Lynne Rienner) and is entitled Men, Militarism and UN Peacekeeping: A Gendered Analysis. She also adapted Joshua Goldstein's textbook International Relations for use in Canadian university and college classrooms. She has written various articles and book chapters on issues such as gender in Canadian foreign policy and human rights and was invited (with co-author Dyan Mazurana) to produce the 2002 United Nations Secretary-General Study Women, Peace and Security. That study won one of the American Library Association's 'Notable Government Documents Awards' for 2002.

Sandra teaches courses at York in Global Politics, Gender and International Relations, and graduate courses in International Relations Theory. She recently completed a six year term serving as the home base editor for International Feminist Journal of Politics.

Degrees

Ph.D., Political Science, Carleton University
M.A., Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University
B.A. Honours, Political Science and Philosophy, York University

Professional Leadership

Conference Organization:
1993 - 94
Program Chair, Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section, International Studies Association, for the 1994 Annual Meetings in Washington.

1992 - 93
Organizer, with Mark Neufeld of Trent University, of a two-day conference entitled “Canada, Political Economy and the World,” held at York University, May 31 - June 1,1993.

Offices in Professional Organizations:
2003 - 07
Member of the Executive Committee, Canadian Consortium on Human Security, Liu Institute for Global Issues (involved serving as a member on the adjudication of CCHS ‘Complementary Activities’ applications).

2003 -
Member of the Editorial Board, International Studies Quarterly.

1998 -05
Associate Editor, International Feminist Journal of Politics.

1995 - 96
Executive Committee Member, Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section, International Studies Association.

1994 - 95
Chair, Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section, International Studies Association.

Membership in Professional Organizations:
1990 -
International Studies Association

2005 -
Canadian Political Science Association, American Political Science Association

Community Contributions

Government/UN Activities:
September 1998 - 99 Member of the Steering Committee for the ‘Joint Canada - UK(US) Gender Sensitization Training for Civilian and Military Participants of Peace Operations,’ Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.

October 1996 Invited Expert, UN Expert Group Meeting on “Political Decision-Making and Conflict Resolution: The Impact of Gender Difference,” Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 7 - 11 October, 1996.

September 1995 Participant, Second National Forum on Canada's International Relations, Toronto, Ontario, September 10-11, 1995.

Media Appearances:
March 1997 CBC Radio, “Commentary,” March 26, 1997 (on the announcement by the Minister of Defence of upcoming reforms to the Canadian military).

March 1997 Television Interview, CBC National Magazine, “The Somalia Inquiry,” March 12, 1997.

May 1993 Radio Interview, CBC Radio Noon, Ottawa, on Canada's Involvement in Peacekeeping Operations, May 13, 1993.

Guest Lectures:
June 1998 Guest Lecture in the Course, “State and Citizen Diplomacy,” Taught by Professor Kinhide Mushakoji at Ferris Women's University, Yokohama, Japan, June 8, 1998.

February 1995 Department of Political Science, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, February 1, 1995, a guest lecture in a fourth-year seminar on International Relations Theory.

1994 - 96 Guest Lecturer in the course “Gender in International Affairs” Taught by Professor David Long at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, June 6, 1994, June 12, 1995, August 1, 1996.

Research Interests:

International Relations, Gender Issues , Gender and international relations; feminism and international relations; gender and peacekeeping; international security

Current Research Projects

Project

Description: 
I am at the early stages of a new research project that will explore the political, social and economic contradictions as well as the discursive meanings associated with a number of cases of modern globalized medical practices: kidney transplant surgery and the related phenomena of organ vending and transplant tourism; international patient programs aimed at providing medical interventions for children whose conditions require care not available in their home countries; international commercial surrogacy; and, stem cell tourism.

All Publications

Books

International Relations, Third Canadian Edition, with Joshua Goldstein and Jon C. Pevehouse. Toronto: Pearson Education, 2013 (fully revised and updated from first and second Canadian editions, published in 2005 and 2008).

Men, Militarism and UN Peacekeeping: A Gendered Analysis, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2004, Paperback Edition 2007 (Reviewed in International Affairs, 81(2), March 2005, pp. 446-447; International Feminist Journal of Politics, 7(3), September 2005, pp. 442-444; Perspectives on Politics, 3(3), September 2005, pp. 696-697; Politics and Gender, 2(3), 2006, pp. 415-417; Armed Forces and Society, 33(1), 2006, pp. 140-142; Left History 11(2), 2006, 139-144).

Japanese Translation of Feminism and International Relations, Tokyo: Fujiwara Shoten Press, 2000.

Feminism and International Relations: Towards a Political Economy of Gender in Interstate and Non-Governmental Institutions, Basingstoke: The Macmillan Press Ltd., 1994. Paperback edition released in 1997. (Reviewed in Political Psychology, 19(2) , 1998, pp. 421-424; Feminist Legal Studies, 6(1), February 1998, pp. 137-139; Review of International Political Economy, 4(4), Winter 1997, (a review essay); New Political Economy, 1(3), 1996, pp. 417-424 (a review essay); Millennium, 25(1), Summer 1996, pp. 234-35; American Political Science Review, 89(3), September 1995, pp. 814-815; International Affairs, 71(3), July 1995, pp. 596-597; Choice, 32(8), April 1995).

Book Chapters

“Feminism,” in Christian Reus-Smit and Duncan Snidal (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of International Relations, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008), pp. 391-407

“Feminist Perspectives,” in Paul D. Williams (ed.), Security Studies: An Introduction (London: Routledge, 2008), pp. 103-115.

“Militarized Masculinity and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder,” in Jane Parpart and Marysia Zalewski (eds.), Rethinking the Wo/man Question in International Relations, (London: Zed Books, 2008), 109-126.

“Theory and Exclusion: Gender, Masculinity and International Political Economy,” (second revised version of “Theory as Exclusion: Gender and International Political Economy” see below), in Richard Stubbs and Geoffrey Underhill, (eds.), Political Economy and the Changing Global Order, Third Edition, (Don Mills: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 88-99, (11 pages); Japanese translation, from second edition, reprinted in the journal Associe 21, Vol. 5, No. 1, Special Issue on ‘Globalization and the Gender Problem’ January 2001, pp. 225-243.

“Militarized Masculinities and the Politics of Peacekeeping: The Canadian Case,” in Ken Booth (ed.), Critical Security Studies and World Politics, (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2005), pp. 89-106 (17 pages); Reprinted in: Claire Turenne Sjolander, Heather Smith and Deborah Stienstra, (eds.), Feminist Approaches to Canadian Foreign Policy, (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2003), pp. 76-89

“The Practice, and Praxis, of Feminist Research in International Relations,” in Richard Wyn Jones (ed.), Critical Theory and International Relations (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2001), pp. 149-160

“Gender, Race and the Politics of Peacekeeping,” in Edward Moxon-Browne, (ed.), A Future for Peacekeeping?, (UK: Macmillan, 1998), pp. 176-191.

“Imag(in)ing Canadian Foreign Policy,” with Mark Neufeld, for Wallace Clement (ed.), Building on the New Canadian Political Economy, (McGill-Queen's University Press, 1996), pp. 197-214.

“Women, and Gender, in the Foreign Policy Review Process,” in Maxwell Cameron and Maureen Appel Molot (eds.), Canada Among Nations: Foreign Policy and Democracy, (Carleton University Press, 1995), pp. 83-98.

“Feminist Theories: From Women to Gender and World Politics,” in Francine D'Amico and Peter Beckman, (eds.), Women, Gender and World Politics: Perspectives Policies and Prospects, (Connecticut: Bergin and Garvey Ltd., 1994), pp 75-88

“Theory as Exclusion: Gender and International Political Economy,” in Richard Stubbs and Geoffrey Underhill, (eds.), Political Economy and the Changing Global Order, (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, Ltd., 1994), pp. 116-129.

Journal Articles

“11 September and the Aftermath,” Studies in Political Economy, 67, Spring 2002, pp. 33-38.

“Globalizing Women’s Studies, Gendering Global Studies,” International Feminist Journal of Politics, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1999, pp. 294-297.

“No Safe Haven: Sexuality as a Universal Human Right and Gay and Lesbian Activism in International Politics,” with Nicole LaViolette, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 23(3), Winter 1995, pp. 563-588

“Gender, International Relations, and the Case of the ILO,” Review of International Studies, Volume 20, No.4, October 1994, pp. 389-405.

“Planned Parenthood and the New Right: Onslaught and Opportunity?” Studies in Political Economy, 35, Summer 1991, pp. 73-101.

“Gender in the Inter-Paradigm Debate,” Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 18(2), Summer 1989, pp. 265-272 (7 pages). Reprinted in Marc A. Genest (ed.), Conflict and Cooperation: Evolving Theories of International Relations, (Fort Worth: Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1996), pp. 513-520.

Conference Proceedings

“Globalizing Gender: Who Gets It? Who Doesn’t?” in Ryerson Christie and Elizabeth Dauphinee, eds, The Ethics of Building Peace in International Relations Selected Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Conference of the Centre for International and Security Studies, (Toronto: York Centre for International and Security Studies, 2005), pp. pp.119-130.

“Feminism and International Relations,” Presentation at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Council of International Law, Ottawa, Ontario, October 26, 2002, Published as Conference Proceedings in The Measure of International Law: Effectiveness, Fairness and Validity, (The Hague: Kluwer Law International, 2004), pp. 226-232.

“Gender, Security and the Politics of Peacekeeping,” Paper Presented at the 10th Asia-Pacific Roundtable, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 6 - 8, 1996; Published as Conference Proceedings in Mohamed Jawhar Hassan and Sheikh Ahmad Raffie, (eds.), Bringing Peace to the Pacific, (Kuala Lumpur: ISIS Malaysia, 1997), pp. 557-576.

“Gender and Peacekeeping: How Peaceful the Peacekeepers?” Discussion Paper Presented at the Workshop on “UN Reform Issues in the 1990s and Beyond,” September 12-13, 1992, Centre for International and Strategic Studies, York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Conference Papers

“A Critique of Gender Mainstreaming,” Paper Presented at the Conference “International Perspectives on Gender Equality and Social Diversity,” Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, 29-31 July, 2007.

“Military Reactions to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder,” Paper Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Meetings, San Diego, CA, March 22-25, 2006.

“Globalizing Gender - Who Gets it? Who Doesn’t?” Paper Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Meetings, Honolulu, Hawaii, March 1-5, 2005.

“Mainstreaming Gender or Facilitating Militarism? The UN on Women, Peace and Security,” Paper Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Meetings, Montréal, Québec, March 17-20, 2004.

“Myths, Masculinities and Soldiers: ‘You don’t go out and give the enemy a kiss. You kill them’,”Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Political Science Association, Toronto, Ontario, May 30, 2002.

“Gender Issues in Peacekeeping,” Paper Presented at the Conference “Comprehensive Security and Global Co-operation,” Sookmyung Women's University, Seoul, Korea, June 5, 1998.

“Militarized Masculinity: The Role of Peacekeepers in Conflict Zones - The Case of Canada and Somalia,” Paper Presented at the Women in Conflict Zones Network Workshop, King City, Ontario, May 31 - June 1, 1997.

“The Practice, and Praxis, of Feminist Research in International Relations,” Paper Presented at the Conference “Critical Theory and International Relations,” The University of Wales, Aberystwyth, Wales, May 26 - 28, 1996.

“Gender, Race and the Politics of Peacekeeping,” Paper Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Meetings, San Diego, CA, April 16 - 20, 1996.

“Peacekeeping, Gender and Canadian Foreign Policy,” Paper Presented at the Conference, “Going Global: Canada and the International Political Economy,” Carleton University, January 19, 1996.

“No Safe Haven: Sexuality as a Universal Human Right? The International Activism of Gay and Lesbian Politics,” with Nicole LaViolette, Paper presented at the International Studies Association Annual Meetings, Washington DC, March 28 - April 1, 1994

“The Political Economy of Canadian Foreign and Defence Policy: A Study in Hegemony,” with Mark Neufeld, Presented at the Conference "Canada, Political Economy and the World," York University, May 31 - June 1, 1993.

“Critical IR, Gender and the International Labour Organization,” Paper Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Meetings, April 1-4, 1992, Atlanta Georgia.

“Gender and International Relations,” Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Political Science Association, Victoria, May 1990.

“Planned Parenthood and the New Right,” Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Political Science Association, Hamilton, June 1987.

Book Reviews

Louise Olsson and Torunn L. Tryggestad, (eds.), Women and International Peacekeeping and Inger Skjelsbæk and Dan Smith, (eds.), Gender, Peace and Conflict in Signs Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 28(4), 2003, pp. 1328- 1331.

J. Ann Tickner, Gendering World Politics: Issues and Approaches in the Post-Cold War Era, in The American Political Science Review, December 2002, pp. 894-895.

Gillian Youngs, International Relations in a Global Age: A Conceptual Challenge, in The Canadian Journal of Political Science, XXXIV:1, March 2001, pp. 207-208.

Edna Keeble and Heather A. Smith, (Re)Defining Traditions: Gender and Canadian Foreign Policy, in International Journal, Autumn, 1999, pp. 717-718.

“Warrior-Princes and the Politics of Peacekeeping: a review of Jocelyn Coulon, Soldiers of Diplomacy: The United Nations, Peacekeeping, and the New World Order,” in Books in Canada, Vol. 28, No. 3, April, 1999, pp. 20-21.

Katharine H.S. Moon, Sex Among Allies: Military Prostitution in U.S. - Korea Relations, in The International History Review, Volume XXI, Number 1 (March 1999), pp. 238-240.

“Where is the politics in peacekeeping?” (Review Article), International Journal, L:2, Spring 1995, pp. 427-435.

Christine Sylvester, Feminist Theory and International Relations in a Postmodern Era, in The Canadian Journal and Political Science, Volume 28, No.1, March 1995, pp. 177-178.

Larry Swatuk, Between Choice in a Hard Place: Contending Theories of International Relations in International Journal, XLVIII:2, Spring 1993, pp. 408-409.

Carol Riegelman Lubin and Anne Winslow, Social Justice for Women: The International Labor Organization and Women in The Canadian Journal of Political Science, December 1991, XXIV:4, pp. 901-902.

Drude Dahlerup, The New Women's Movement: Feminism and Political Power in Europe and the U.S.A. in Economic and Industrial Democracy, Spring 1989, pp. 254-256.

Research Reports

Women, Peace and Security: Study Submitted by the Secretary-General Pursuant to Security Council Resolution 1325 (October 2000), (with Dr. Dyan Mazurana) (50% Mazurana; 50% Whitworth), October 2002. UN Order No. E.03.IV.1, 179 pages. Available in pdf at http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/public/index.html#wps. This study has been translated into eight languages and The Library Journal, a publication of the American Library Association, awarded this publication with one of their ‘Notable Government Documents Awards’ for 2002.