Dr. Cynthia Cockburn is a feminist researcher and writer, honorary professor in Sociology at City University London, and at the Centre for the Study of Women and Gender, University of Warwick. She lives in London. Her new book is Looking to London, published this month by Pluto Press.
‘N-A-T-O? What’s that stand for?’
How can we cheer NATO for promising equality for women in an institution we deplore? We are saying: ‘military...
Making women's opposition visible to NATO
NATO's continued 'mission creep' demands a degree of militarization that masculinizes and deforms everyday life. The...
Getting to peace: what kind of movement?
Today’s antiwar movements could become wider and deeper and more united if they took the critique of gender properly to heart