Militarized masculinities beyond methodological nationalism: charting the multiple masculinities of an Indonesian jihadi

@article{Duriesmith2019MilitarizedMB,
  title={Militarized masculinities beyond methodological nationalism: charting the multiple masculinities of an Indonesian jihadi},
  author={David Duriesmith and N. Ismail},
  journal={International Theory},
  year={2019},
  volume={11},
  pages={139 - 159}
}
Abstract Studies of masculinity and armed conflict have struggled to capture the complex interaction between globalized militarized masculinities and local gender formations. Particularly in conflicts characterized by a high degree of combatant mobility (in the form of foreign fighters, massed displacement, or significant diaspora involvement) locating the relevant gender dynamics can prove to be a difficult step in understanding the character of armed groups. Based on fieldwork with Indonesian… Expand

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