Utvecklingsstudier A

30 hp

Litteraturlista, Grundnivå, 2SK021

Det finns en senare version av litteraturlistan.

Development, the State, and Sustainability / Utveckling, stat och hållbarhet

Articles to be downloaded

International Environment and Sustainable Development

  • Elliot, Jennifer, An Introduction to Sustainable Development, Routledge, 2001Obligatorisk (250 pages.)
  • Ostrom, Elinor, Governing the commons: the evolution of institutions for collective action, Cambridge, Cambridge Univ. Press, 1990Obligatorisk
  • Articles, Several sourcesObligatorisk (Additional articles will be posted at Studentportalen)
  • Recommended extra reading resources, xxObligatorisk (World Association for Sustainable Development: http://www.worldsustainable.org/ United Nations Development Programme: http://www.undp.org/climatechange/adapt/apf.html United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. http://unfccc.int/2860.php The New York Times, opinion section. http://www.nytimes.com/pages/opinion/index.html)

Articles to be downloaded may be changed or removed

EnGendering International Development

It is mandatory to do three readings per week from the readings provided for each week. The readings are marked with *. However, the lectures will draw on the literature assigned for the week as well as additional readings placed at the end of this course outline.

Note- Due to copyright legislation the department cannot provide any copies of the book-chapters.

  • Kabbani, Rana, Imperial Fictions: Europe Myth's of the Orient, Indiana University Press: Bloomington (pp. 1-13 & 67-85), 2009 (To be downloaded)
  • Sayyid, S, Mirror Mirror: Western Democrats, Oriental Despots?,, Ethnicities, 5; (30-50), 2005Obligatorisk (*)
  • Prakash, Gyan, Orientalism now, History & Theory vol. 34, no. 3 (199-212), 1995
  • Liddle, Joanna; Rai, Shirin, Feminism, Imperialism and Orientalism: The Challenge of the 'Indian Woman, Women's History Review, Vol.7. No.4, (pp.495-519), 1998
  • Mohanty, Chandra, Under Western Eyes: Feminist Scholarship and Colonial Discourses, Feminist Review, 30, (pp.61-88), 1988Obligatorisk (* Read this article together with Chandra Mohanty, (2004), Under Western Eyes Re-Visited: Feminist Solidarity through Anti-Capitalist Struggles, In Feminism Withour Borders: Decolonising Theory, Practicising Solidarity, by Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Duke University Press)
  • Chaudhuri, Nupur, Memshahibs and their servants in nineteenth century India, Women's History Review, 3:4, (pp. 549-562), 1994Obligatorisk (*)
  • McClintock, Anne, Imperial leather: race, gender and sexuality in the colonial contest, London, Routledge, 1995Obligatorisk (* pp 1–15)
  • Thapar-Björkert, Suruchi; Ryan, Louise, Mother India and Mother Ireland: Comparative Gendered Dialogues of Colonialism and nationalism in the early 20 century, Women's Studies International Forum, Volume 25, Issue 3, May-June, (pp. 301-313), 2002Obligatorisk (*)
  • Gender and imperialism, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1998 (pp 1–15)
  • Chadya, Joyce M, Mother Politics: Anti-colonial Nationalism and the Woman Question in Africa, Journal of Women's History - Volume 15, Number 3,(pp. 153-157), 2003
  • Johnson, Cheryl, Grass Roots Organizing: Women in Anticolonial Activity in Southwestern Nigeria, African Studies Review, Vol. 25, No. 2/3, pp. 137-157, 1982
  • Djamila Amrane-Minne, Daniele; Abu-Haidar, Farida, Women and Politics in Algeria from the War of Independence to Our Day, Research in African Literatures, Vol.30, No.3 (62-77), 1999
  • Parpart, Jane L, Who is the 'Other'?: A Postmodern Feminist Critique of Women and Development Theory and Practice, Development and Change, Volume 24 Issue 3, Pages 439 - 464, 1993Obligatorisk
  • Razavi, Shahra, Fitting Gender into Development Institutions, World Development, Vol.25, No.7, (1111-1125), 1997
  • Marchand, Marianne H.; Parpart, Jane L., Feminism, postmodernism, development, London, Routledge, 1995 (pp. 11–40)
  • Kabeer, Naila, Reversed realities: gender hierarchies in development thought, London, Verso, 1994 (pp.69–93.)
  • Chua, Peter; Bhavnani, Kum-Kum; Foran, John, Women, culture, development: a new paradigm for development studies?, Ingår i: Ethnic and racial studies., vol. 23, nr. 5, 2000, s. 820–841Obligatorisk (*)
  • Nederveen Pieterse, Jan, After Post Development, Third World Quarterly, Vol.21, No.2 (175-191), 2000
  • Lugalla, J, The Impact of Structural Adjustment Policies on Women and Children's Health in Tanzania, Review of African Political Economy, No.63, Vol.22, March, 1995Obligatorisk
  • Patel, Vibhuti, Women and Structural Adjustment in India, Social Scientist, Vol.22, No.3/4, (pp.16-34)., 1994
  • George, Susan, Down the Great Financial Drain: How Debt and the Washingtom Consensus destroy development and create poverty, Development, 50 (2), (4-11), 2007Obligatorisk
  • Kaimowitz, David; Thiele, Graham, The Effects of Structural Adjustment on Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Lowland Bolivia, World Development Vol. 27, No. 3. (505-520), 1999
  • Amalric, Franck; Banuri, Tariq, Population: Malady or Symptom?, Third World Quarterly, Vol. 15, No. 4 (pp.691-706), 1994
  • Sudha, S; Irudaya Rajan, S, Female Demographic Disadvantage in India 1981-1991: Sex Selective Abortions and Female Infanticide, Development and Change Vol. 30 (pp.585-618), 1999Obligatorisk
  • Sen, Armartya, More than 100 million women are missing, Ingår i: The New York review of books. (pp 61–66)
  • Bhat, R L; Sharma, Namita, ) Mising Girls: Evidence from some North Indian States, Indian Journal of Gender Studies, 13/3 (pp.351-373), 2006Obligatorisk
  • Kaldor, Mary, New and old wars: organized violence in a global era., Cambridge, Polity Press in association with Blackwell, 1999Obligatorisk (pp 72–87)
  • Kalyvas, Stathis N., "New"and"old"civil wars - a valid distinction?, Ingår i: World politics: a quarterly journal of international relations, s. 99–108Obligatorisk (World Politics 54 (pp.99–118))
  • Dowden, Richard, The Rwandan Genocide: How the Press Missed the Story, African Affairs , 103, (pp.283-290), 2004Obligatorisk
  • Keen, David, A Rational Kind of Madness, Oxford Development Studies, Vol. 25, No. 1, (pp.67-75), 1997Obligatorisk
  • Thapar-Bjorkert, Suruchi; Morgan, Karen; Yuval-Davis, Nira, Framing gendered identities: local conflicts/global violence, Ingår i: Women's studies international forum: a multidisciplinary journal ..., vol. 29, nr. 5, 2006, s. 433–538Obligatorisk (Vol.29, Issue 5, Special Issue)
  • Fluri, Jennifer, The Beautiful 'Other' a critical examination of 'western' representations of Afghan feminine corporeal modernity, 2009Obligatorisk (16:3 (pp 241–257) *)
  • Alison, Miranda, Women as Agents of Political Violence: Gendering Security, Security Dialogue vol. 35, no. 4, December 2004 (pp.447-464), 2004Obligatorisk
  • Stoler, Ann Laura, Carnal knowledge and imperial power: race and the intimate in colonial rule, Berkeley, University of California Press, c2002Obligatorisk (* pp.41–79)
  • Nagel, Joane, Masculinity and nationalism: gender and sexuality in the making of nations, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 1998Obligatorisk (* Volume 21 Number 2 March 1998)
  • Kampwirth, Karen, The Mother of the Nicaraguans: Dona Violeta and the UNO's Gender Agenda, Latin American Perspectives, 1996 (Vol 23 No 1, pp 67–86)
  • Burchianti, Margaret, Building Bridges of Memory: The Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo and the Cultural Politics of Maternal Memories, History and Anthropology, 2004Obligatorisk (* Vol 15:2, pp.133–150)
  • Sen, Amartya, Development as freedom., Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2001Obligatorisk (* Introduction, ch 1–2)
  • Papart, Jane; Connelly, Patricia; Barriteau, V. Eudine, Theoretical Perspectives on Gender and Development, IDRC, 2000 (Chapter 2,3,4)
  • Corbridge, Stuart, The (im)possibility of development studies, Economy and Society, 2007Obligatorisk (* 36:2, pp 179–211)
  • Pender, John, From 'structural adjustment 'to 'comprehensive development framework': conditionality transformed?, Third World Quarterly, 2001Obligatorisk (Vol 22, No 3, pp. 377–411)
  • Cerruti, M, Economic Reform, Structural Adjustment and Female Labor Force Participation in Buenos Aires, Argentina, World Development, 2000 (28(5): 879–91)
  • Feminist visions of development: gender, analysis and policy, New York, Routledge, 1998Obligatorisk (pp. 1–15, 217–239)
  • Kaldor, Mary, Inconclusive wars: is Clausewitz still relevant in these global times?, Global Policy, 2010Obligatorisk (1(3) pp.271–281)
  • Giles, Wenona Mary; Hyndman, Jennifer, Sites of violence: gender and conflict zones, Berkeley, University of California Press, cop. 2004Obligatorisk (pp. 24–44, Cynthia Cockburn, "The Continuum of Violence: A Gender Perspective on War and Peace")
  • Enloe, Cynthia H., Maneuvers: the international politics of militarizing women's lives, Berkeley, Calif., Univ. of California Press, cop. 2000Obligatorisk (pp. 108–52, "When Soldiers Rape")
  • Harrington, Carol, Peacekeeping and Prostitution in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo, Lund University, 2003Obligatorisk (Presented at Gender and Power in the New Europe, the 5th European Feminist Research Conference, August 20–24 (2003). Lund University, Sweden. (Available on-line))
  • Nuttall, Sarah, Girl Bodies, Social Text, 2004Obligatorisk (Social Text 78 (22/1), pp. 17–33)
  • On the battleground of women's bodies: mass rape in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ingår i: Affilia: journal of women and social workObligatorisk (Affilia 21 (2): 184–195)
  • Moser, Caroline O. N.; Clark, Fiona C., Victims, perpetrators or actors?: gender, armed conflict and political violence, London, Zed, cop. 2001Obligatorisk (pp. 55–68, Meredith Turshen, "The Political Economy of Rape: An Analysis of Systematic Rape and Sexual Abuse of Women during armed Conflict in Africa.")

Development and Armed Conflict/ Utveckling och väpnad konflikt

  • Collier, Paul., Wars, guns, and votes: democracy in dangerous places, 1. ed., New York, Harper, 2009Obligatorisk
  • Collier, Paul, The bottom billion: why the poorest countries are failing and what can be done about it, New York, Oxford University Press, cop. 2007Obligatorisk
  • Engendering development: through gender equality in rights, resources, and voice, Washington, D.C., World Bank, 2001Obligatorisk (URL: http://www-wds.worldbank.org/external/default/main?pagePK=64193027&piPK=64187937&theSitePK=523679&menuPK=64187510&searchMenuPK=64187283&siteName=WDS&entityID=000094946_01020805393496)
  • World Bank & Human Security Centre, eds., Miniatlas of Human Security, World Bank Publications, 2008Obligatorisk (Also downloadable from http://www.miniatlasofhumansecurity.info/en/access.html.)
  • Anderson, Mary B., Do no harm: how aid can support peace - or war, Boulder, Colo., Lynne Rienner, 1999Obligatorisk (This is the same book: Anderson, Mary B. 1996. "Do no harm: Supporting Local Capacities for Peace through Aid". Cambridge: Local Capacities for Peace Project, Collaborative Development Action).)
  • Söderberg Kovacs, Mimmi; Ohlson, Thomas, Democratisation and armed conflicts, Stockholm, Sida, 2003Obligatorisk
  • Hudson, Valerie M m.fl., The Heart of the Matter: The Security of Women and the Security of States, International Security 33 (3):7-45, 2008Obligatorisk
  • Hultman, Lisa, The Power to Hurt in Civil War: The Strategic Aim of RENAMO Violence, Journal of Southern African Studies 35 (4):821-34, 2009Obligatorisk
  • Melander, Erik; Öberg, Magnus; Hall, Jonathan, Are 'New Wars' More Atrocious? Battle Intensity, Civilians Killed and Forced Migration Before and After the End of the Cold War, European Journal of International Relations 15 (3): 505-536, 2009Obligatorisk
  • Solingen, Etel, Pax Asiatica versus Bella Levantina: The Foundations of War and Peace in East Asia and the Middle East, American Political Science Review 101 (4):757-780, 2007Obligatorisk
  • Stewart, Frances, Conflict and the Millennium Development Goals, Journal of Human Development 4 (3):325-351, 2003Obligatorisk
  • Alao, Abiodun; Olonisakin, Funmi, Economic Fragility and Political Fluidity: Explaining Natural Resources and Conflicts, International Peacekeeping, 2000Obligatorisk (7:23–36)
  • Grant, J. Andrew., Diamonds, foreign aid, and the uncertain prospects for post-conflict reconstruction in Sierra Leone, Helsinki, United nations university. World institute for development economics research (UNU-WIDER), 2005Obligatorisk
  • Krause, Keith; Jütersonke, Oliver, Peace, Security and Development in Post-Conflict Environments, Security Dialogue, 2005Obligatorisk (36 (4):447–462.)
  • World development report.: 2011 Conflict, security, and development., Washington, DC, World Bank, c2011Obligatorisk (Pages 1–95. http://wdr2011.worldbank.org/fulltext)
  • How to conduct a conflict analysis: conflict-sensitive development co-operation, Stockholm, Department for Cooperation with NGOs, Humanitarian Assistance and Conflict Management, Sida, 2004Obligatorisk (Melander, Erik, Mats Bengtsson, Patrick Kratt and Inger Buxton. Stockholm: Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency.)
  • Ohlson, Thomas, Understanding Causes of War and Peace, European Journal of International Relations. 14(1): 133-160., 2008Obligatorisk

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