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Together with Marijn Hoijtink (University of Antwerp) and Natalie Welfens (Hertie School of Governance) ACES member Hanna L. Mühlenhoff co-edited a Special Issue for European Security on ‘Whose (in)security? Gender, race and coloniality in European security policies’ which was published end of August (vol. 32, issue 3).

Amongst others, UvA colleague and ACES member Beste İşleyen is contributor to the Special Issue. Presenting feminist and postcolonial research on topics such as EU migration and border management, security and defence, counter-terrorism, the gendered nature of Russia’s war against Ukraine and the EU’s implementation of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda, the Special Issue advances an emerging research agenda within EU studies by shedding light on the gendered and racialised logics of EU security and their links to colonial histories and practices.

Whose (in)security? Gender, race and coloniality in European security policies

The introductory article co-authored by Hanna: Hoijtink, M., Mühlenhoff, H.L. & Welfens, N. (2023) Whose (in)security? Gender, race and coloniality in European security policies: Introduction to the Special Issue, European Security, 32(3): 335-346.

The whole Special Issue can be found here