In this article we argue that prevalent explanatory frameworks of sexual violence against men primarily pursue one line of inquiry, explaining its occurrence as exclusively strategic and systematic, based on heteronormative and homophobic assumptions about violence, gender and sexualities. Feminist IR scholarship has significantly complexified our understanding of conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV), documenting its multiple forms and causes ...
Nationalism with a Human Face? European Human Rights Judgments and the Reinvention of Nationalist Politics KU Leuven
EU-argwaan in Centraal-Europa KU Leuven
Nationalism as competing masculinities: Homophobia as a technology of othering for hetero- and homonationalism KU Leuven
How are masculinity and nationalism intertwined? This question has received scant theoretical attention, and existing theories tent to focus on their shared ideals and are embedded in a heteronormative, homophobic and patriarchal framework. Such views imply a static relationship between both phenomena, and are incompatible with the recent phenomenon of homonationalism and the incorporation of some homosexual bodies within the nation. Addressing ...
Aantekeningen bij een moord KU Leuven
‘Romani Women in European Politics: Exploring Multi-Layered Political Spaces for Intersectional Policies and Mobilizations’ KU Leuven
Victimhood as victory: The role of memory politics in the process of de-Europeanization in East Central Europe KU Leuven
Differentiated threat and the genesis of prejudice. Group-specific antecedents of homonegativity, Islamophobia, anti-Semitism and anti-immigrant attitudes KU Leuven
Europeanization of Attitudes Towards Homosexuality: Exploring the Role of Education in the Transnational Diffusion of Values KU Leuven
© 2018, © 2018 The European Association for the Advancement of the Social Sciences. How does exposure to EU integration affect social attitudes in third countries, and what is the role of education in this process? These questions matter because the EU aspires to be not only a regulatory regime but also a community of values. Addressing both the common elision of attitudes and the underappreciation of education in Europeanization research, this ...