I have written extensively on gender and women's organizing in the context of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. More recently, I have been involved in a number of collaborative action research projects in Israel-Palestine and the North of Ireland. Some of these projects are context specific, while others are comparative in scope.
Following is a preliminary assortment of published articles and works in progress. Your comments are welcome. You can email me at: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Compassionate Resistance A personal/Political Journey to Israel/Palestine
Gender and The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: The Politics of Women's Resistance. New York: Syracuse University Press, 1995.
Formations and Transformations of Masculinity in the North of Ireland and in Israel-Palestine
Doing Research On/With Women in Conflict Zones: Some Ethical Considerations
Building Bridges over Troubled Waters: Critical Reflections on a recent conference about Palestinian Women and Politics
Gendering Resistance within an Irish Republican Prisoner Community:
A Conversation with Laurence McKeown
HOMEFRONT AS BATTLEFIELD: Gender, Military Occupation and Violence Against Women
"Gendering Conflict and Peace in Israel/Palestine and the North of Ireland" (Millennuim 1999)
"Rethinking Women's Struggles in Israel-Palestine and in the North of Ireland" In Caroline Moser and Fiona Clark, (eds). Victims, Perpetrators or Actors: Gender, Armed Conflict and Political Violence, London: Zed, 2001, pp. 85-98.