Dr. Simona Sharoni
Dr. Simona Sharoni

Research

Sharoni is the author of Gender and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: The Politics of Women's Resistance (Syracuse University Press, 1995) and more than 50 refereed articles and book chapters. numerous other publications. She is co-editor of The Handbook of Gender and War (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016) and is currently completing a manuscript titled Gender and the Struggles for Justice in Palestine/Israel to be published in Spring 2017 by Syracuse University Press.  

 

Her research and writing have included a focus on the ethics and politics of solidarity as a feminist practice,  reflected in struggles for justice and peace around the world especially as they apply to the struggle for Palestinian self-determination and a just and lasting peace in Palestine and Israel.  She also carried out a comparative analysis of gender dynamics in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and in the North of Ireland as well as a critical examination of militarization and masculinities and especially the interplay between political violence and gender-based violence. 

 

Sharoni's current research focuses on violent and nonviolent masculinities and on approaches to ending sexual violence in conflict zones and on college campuses. work is on the ethics and politics of solidarity as a feminist practice,  reflected in struggles for justice and peace around the world especially as they apply to the struggle for Palestinian self-determination and a just and lasting peace in Palestine and Israel. 

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