Contexto internacional (487 documentos)


1.- Cuban Medical Internationalism through a Feminist Perspective
Perez, Jos O
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[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2019 Vol. 41 Núm. 1 Ene-Abr, Pág. 65-88]
2.- Decolonising Labour, Reclaiming Subaltern Epistemologies: Brazilian Domestic Workers and the International Struggle for Labour Rights
Acciari, Louisa
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2019 Vol. 41 Núm. 1 Ene-Abr, Pág. 39-64]
3.- Gender in the Global South: Power Hierarchies, Violence and Resistance in the Postcolony
Souza, Natalia Maria Felix de
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2019 Vol. 41 Núm. 1 Ene-Abr, Pág. 9-14]
4.- Gender, Sexuality and International Politics in Troubled Times: A Conversation with Laura Sjoberg in Brazil
Bakker, Thais de
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2019 Vol. 41 Núm. 1 Ene-Abr, Pág. 153-162]
5.- Gender, Sexuality and Society: Understanding Contemporary Challenges: Interviewing Elisabeth Prügl
Prata-Filho, Ricardo
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2019 Vol. 41 Núm. 1 Ene-Abr, Pág. 153-161]
6.- International Security and New Threats: Securitisation and Desecuritisation of Drug Trafficking at the Brazilian Borders
Silva, Caroline Cordeiro Viana e; Pereira, Alexsandro Eugenio
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2019 Vol. 41 Núm. 1 Ene-Abr, Pág. 209-233]
7.- Jaskoski, Maiah; Sotomayor, Arturo C; Harold A, Trinkunas. American Crossings: Border Politics in the Western Hemisphere. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press., 2015, 249 p
Silva, Micael Alvino da
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2019 Vol. 41 Núm. 1 Ene-Abr, Pág. 235-237]
8.- Mothers, Warriors and Lords: Gender(ed) Cartographies of the US War on Drugs in Latin America
Telles, Ana Clara
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2019 Vol. 41 Núm. 1 Ene-Abr, Pág. 15-38]
9.- Religion and the New Wars Debate
Estrada, Rodrigo Duque; Costa, Renatho
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2019 Vol. 41 Núm. 1 Ene-Abr, Pág. 163-186]
10.- Shifting Epistemology of Juvenile Justice in India
Kumar, Shailesh
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2019 Vol. 41 Núm. 1 Ene-Abr, Pág. 113-140]
11.- Source Criticism and the History of Brazilian Foreign Policy
Uziel, Eduardo;; Santos, Norma Breda dos
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2019 Vol. 41 Núm. 1 Ene-Abr, Pág. 187-208]
12.- When the Body Speaks (to) the Political: Feminist Activism in Latin America and the Quest for Alternative Democratic Futures
Souza, Natalia Maria Felix de
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2019 Vol. 41 Núm. 1 Ene-Abr, Pág. 89-112]
13.- Brown, Kerry. China’s World: What Does China Want?. London: I.B. Tauris, 2017, 243 p
Montenegro, Renan Holanda
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2018 Vol. 40 Núm. 3 Sep-Dic, Pág. 617-620]
14.- Classy Whores: Intersections of Class, Gender, and Sex Work in the Ideologies of the Putafeminista Movement in Brazil
Blanchette, Thaddeus; Silva, Ana Paula da
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2018 Vol. 40 Núm. 3 Sep-Dic, Pág. 549-571]
15.- De-securitising ‘the South in the North’? Gendered Narratives on the Refugee Flows in the European Mediascape
Santos, Rita; Roque, Sílvia; Santos, Sofia Jose
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2018 Vol. 40 Núm. 3 Sep-Dic, Pág. 453-477]
16.- Gender in the Global South: Disturbing International Boundaries
Souza, Natalia Maria Felix de
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2018 Vol. 40 Núm. 3 Sep-Dic, Pág. 429-434]
17.- Legislative Oversight of Brazilian Foreign Policy: An Analysis of Requests for Information and Summonses to Ministers, 1991-2014
Spohr, Alexandre; Silva, Andre Luiz Reis da
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2018 Vol. 40 Núm. 3 Sep-Dic, Pág. 595-616]
18.- Migration and Sex Work through a Gender Perspective
Valadier, Charlotte
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2018 Vol. 40 Núm. 3 Sep-Dic, Pág. 501-524]
19.- Queering the Debate: Analysing Prostitution Through Dissident Sexualities in Brazil
Ferreira, Amanda Alvares
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2018 Vol. 40 Núm. 3 Sep-Dic, Pág. 525-547]
20.- The Core of Resistance: Recognising Intersectional Struggle in the Kurdish Women’s Movement
Ferreira, Bruna; Santiago, Vinícius
[Contexto internacional, Brasil, 2018 Vol. 40 Núm. 3 Sep-Dic, Pág. 479-500]