Womanhood & International Relations

By Natalia Bonilla

Womanhood and International Relations is a bi-weekly podcast created by Natalia Bonilla to explore the intersection of feminist theory from a personal to an international level.

  1. 1.
    104. AUKUS Deal & Rising Tensions in the South China Sea
    48:37
  2. 2.
    103. Patriarchy & The Triad of Men's Violence
    46:19
  3. 3.
    102. The Matrix Trilogy - What Can We Learn From It?
    49:35
  4. 4.
    101. Feminist Foreign Policy: Conversations North & South
    53:30
  5. 5.
    100. Thank You: Our 2nd Year Review & Celebration
    21:30
  6. 6.
    99. Karak Denyok on Farming Schools & Women Empowerment in South Sudan & East Africa
    54:09
  7. 7.
    98. Elaine Brière on How & Why Colonial Powers Want to Control Haiti
    54:19
  8. 8.
    An Invitation to the 2021 International Day of Peace Virtual Film Festival
    7:57
  1. 9.
    97. Feminist Foreign Policy in India
    43:51
  2. 10.
    96. Danielle Keiser on COVID-19's Impact on Menstrual Health Education
    51:06
  3. 11.
    95. José R. Rivera-González on US Withdrawal from Afghanistan
    59:14
  4. 12.
    94. IPCC's 2021 Report - A Commentary on Media, Humans & Earth's Future
    43:11
  5. 13.
    93. The Journey & Lessons of Launching Feminist Online Workshops
    55:52
  6. 14.
    92. How-To Speak With Professors About Feminist Theory in IR
    29:37
  7. 15.
    91. Dr. Paul Slovic & Dr. Scott Slovic on the Science Behind the Limits of Compassion
    1:06:23
  8. 16.
    90. Itzel Pamela Pérez-Gómez on Gender Issues in the Middle East
    1:01:18
  9. 17.
    89. Feminisms & Peace
    22:55
  10. 18.
    88. Feminisms & Militarism
    40:51
  11. 19.
    87. Feminisms & International Security
    20:44
  12. 20.
    86. Chloé Meulewaeter on Global Military Spending & Demilitarization Efforts
    47:24
  13. 21.
    85. Carla Giacummo on Menstrual Health Education in Uruguay
    1:00:13
  14. 22.
    84. Queer Theory in International Relations
    37:24
  15. 23.
    83. An Invitation to the Women + Peace Short Docs Virtual Festival
    11:54
  16. 24.
    82. Red Moon
    20:00
  17. 25.
    81. Feminist Approaches to the Women, Peace and Security Agenda
    51:48
  18. 26.
    80. Sasha Kantser on Feminism & WPS in Ukraine
    49:30
  19. 27.
    79. Menstrual Hygiene Day: Poverty, Culture and Sustainability
    46:55
  20. 28.
    78. Grounding The Energy of Feminism in a Patriarchal "Mind" & "World"
    38:02
  21. 29.
    77. Fragile States Index 2021
    30:23
  22. 30.
    76. War Journalism's Effect On Us
    59:35
  23. 31.
    75. Misbehaviour: A Gender Lens Film Review
    43:29
  24. 32.
    74. The Masculine/Feminine National Cultures Index
    1:00:06
  25. 33.
    73. Akhila Kolisetty on Gender, Militarism and Climate Justice
    40:19
  26. 34.
    72. The Dehumanization of Women's Research
    31:49
  27. 35.
    71. Hunger Ward: A Gender Lens Documentary Review
    35:59
  28. 36.
    70. The Burden of the Colonial Mindset Part 4
    43:24
  29. 37.
    69. CSW65 and Generation Equality Forum: Final Impressions
    34:23
  30. 38.
    68. Camila Cavalcante on Feminist Photography and Abortion in Brazil
    57:02
  31. 39.
    67. Seaspiracy - A Gender Lens Documentary Review
    28:32
  32. 40.
    66. Tania Rosario Mendez on Eugenics & SRHR in Puerto Rico
    1:01:27
  33. 41.
    65. Luisa Passalacqua on Menstruation Across Generations
    58:54
  34. 42.
    64. Verena Demmelbauer on Gender Responsive Toolkit for WASH Projects
    44:24
  35. 43.
    63. Natasha Dokovska, Anna Samwel & Verena Demmelbauer on Sanitation Justice in the Balkans and Caucasus Regions
    47:26
  36. 44.
    62. Ambika Vishwanath & Priyanka Bhide on Water Security in Urban India
    50:56
  37. 45.
    61. Natalie Caraballo on Women's Political Participation in Puerto Rico
    36:23
  38. 46.
    60. My Personal Story with Water, What's Yours?
    19:30
  39. 47.
    59. Marion Messmer on How-To Incorporate Gender Perspectives Within IR Think Tanks 
    26:37
  40. 48.
    58. An Invitation to Women + Water Fest 2021
    18:53
  41. 49.
    57. Wai Wai Nu on Burma's Fragile Democracy
    42:47
  42. 50.
    56. International Women's Day 2021
    7:50

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