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Zalewski, Marysia 2022. Theorizing sexual violence in global politics: improvising with feminist theory. Review of International Studies 48 (1) , pp. 129-148. 10.1017/S0260210521000449

Zalewski, Marysia and Sisson Runyan, Anne 2020. Security unbound: spectres of feminism in Trump-time. Critical Studies on Security 8 (1) , pp. 1-14. 10.1080/21624887.2019.1685293

Zalewski, Marysia 2019. Gender/s. In: Shepherd, Laura J. ed. Handbook of Gender and Violence, International Handbooks on Gender, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar,

Zalewski, Marysia and Masters, Cristina 2019. Reflections on the special section, '"Well, what is the feminist perspective on international affairs?": theory/practice'. International Affairs 95 (6) , pp. 1307-1312. 10.1093/ia/iiz202

Zalewski, Marysia 2019. Forget(ting) feminism? Investigating relationality in international relations. Cambridge Review of International Affairs 32 (5) , pp. 615-635. 10.1080/09557571.2019.1624688

Zalewski, Marysia 2018. Provocations in debates about sexual violence against men. In: Zalewski, Marysia, Drumond, Paula, Prugl, Elisabeth and Stern, Maria eds. Sexual Violence against Men in Global Politics, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 25-42.

Zalewski, Marysia, Drumond, Paula, Prugl, Elisabeth and Stern, Maria, eds. 2018. Sexual violence against men in global politics. Routledge.

Zalewski, Marysia and Runyan, Anne Sisson 2018. Feminist violence and the in/securing of women and feminism. In: Gentry, Caron E., Shepherd, Laura J. and Sjoberg, Laura eds. Routledge Handbook of Gender and Security, Routledge Handbooks, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 106-115.

Zalewski, Marysia and Runyan, Anne Sisson 2015. "Unthinking" sexual violence in a neoliberal age of spectacular terror? Critical Studies on Terrorism 8 , pp. 439-455.

Zalewski, Marysia 2015. Stories of pain and longing: reflecting on emotion, boundaries and feminism through Carrie Mathison and Carrie White. In: Ahall, Linda and Gregory, Thomas eds. Emotions, Politics and War, Interventions, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 34-44.

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