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Sex and International Tribunals

Chiseche Salome Mibenge applies stringent analysis to the humanitarian but flawed legal narratives of sexual violence in Rwanda and Sierra Leone, calling for more nuanced analysis of how gender shapes violence and access to justice for survivors.

Sex and International Tribunals
The Erasure of Gender from the War Narrative

Chiseche Salome Mibenge

2013 | 248 pages | Cloth $59.95 | Paper $29.95
Anthropology / Law
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Gender and Violence in the Market and Beyond
Chapter 1. The Women Were Not Raped: Gender and Violence in Butare-Ville
Chapter 2. All the Women Were Raped: Gender and Violence in Rwanda
Chapter 3. All Men Rape: Gender and Violence in Sierra Leone
Chapter 4. All Women Are Slaves: Insiders and Outsiders to Gender and Violence
Conclusion: There Are No Raped Women Here

Notes
Works Cited
Index
Acknowledgments

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