Dr. Kara Ellerby
University of Delaware
465 Smith Hall
Newark, DE 19716
Office Hours: Wed 11-1PM , Thur 930-1030AM & By Appt
Fields: International Relations
Kara Ellerby, PhD (University of Arizona, 2011) joined the Department in 2011 with a joint appointment in Women and Gender Studies. Her research interests include global gender norms, gender and security, African post-conflict peacebuilding and feminist international relations. She teaches International Organization and Feminist International Relations Theory at the graduate level and Introduction to Global Politics, Gender and Politics and Introduction to Women's Studies at the undergraduate level; she also teaches a new class on the Politics of Diversity.
2017. No Shortcut to
Change: The Unlikely Path to a More Gender Equitable World. New York: New
York University Press. Winner of the 2018 Victoria Shuck Award from the
American Political Science Association for best book in women and
No Shortcut to Change: An Unlikely Path to a More Gender Equitable World
2013. (En)gendered Security? The Complexities of Women's Inclusion in Peace Processes. International Interactions 39(4): 435–460.
2013. The Tale of Two Sudans: Engendered Security and Peace Processes. USIP Case Studies in Conflict Management and Peacebuilding Series Washington DC: United States Institute of Peace.
With Chiseche Mibenge. 2012. "African Women as Peacebuilders: (Re)thinking Conflict Resolution." From the Symposium: "New Directions in Gender and Politics Scholarship: Transforming the Study of African Politics." African Politics Conference Group Newsletter 8(2):5-6.
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