Transnational Feminist Practices against War (Reprint)
Minoo Moallem | Gender and Women's Studies | Meridians: Feminism, Race and Transnationalism, 2020
This piece was written collaboratively as a response to the bombing of sites in Afghanistan in September 2001 as the United States began to retaliate for Al-Queda attacks on U.S. targets. Anticipating the invasion and occupation of Iraq and a broader, globalized “War on Terror,” the authors wanted to offer an antiracist, antinationalist feminist analysis that insisted recognizing the importance of histories of colonialism and empire in the structuring of state and interstate violence.
Reprint: Bacchetta; Campt; Grewal; Kaplan; Moallem and Terry, Meridians (2020) 19 (S1): 131–138.