BREATHING: Violence In, Peace Out (Book Info, 2013)

Authored by Ivana Milojević

University of Queensland Press | Non-fiction/Academic | ISBN: 978 0 7022 4969 3 | October 2013 | C Format Paperback | 304pp |

 

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1. Communism, utopia: the personal is political

  • Salvation
  • Progress and regress
  • Raising of children and worldview
  • Othering
  • The failure and the evolution of utopia

Chapter 2. War, dystopia: the holy trinity of militarism, imperialism and nationalism

  • Knives, guns and beyond
  • Bellicose fantasies of glory
  • ‘We’ of the ‘lesser’ people
  • Nation-states and nationalisms

Chapter 3. Feminism, eutopia: challenging patriarchy and androcratic masculinities

  • Mothers and soldiers
  • Masculinity wars
  • Men as violence subjects and objects
  • Men’s expendable lives
  • Feminist eutopia: alternative peace-oriented masculinities and femininities

Chapter 4. Living trauma, eupsychia: the political is personal

  • Horizontal and vertical breakdowns
  • Concentric cycles and ripple effects
  • Past and present traumas
  • Post-traumatic growth

Epilogue

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