Liberia's Women Veterans

War, Roles and Reintegration

; Emmi Nieminen (Illustratør)

A highly original account of the Liberian civil wars and their aftermath, uncovering the forgotten voices of the conflict's female child soldiers. Les mer
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A highly original account of the Liberian civil wars and their aftermath, uncovering the forgotten voices of the conflict's female child soldiers.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface: Liberia at War
Introduction: Hell is the Absolute Lack of Being Heard
1. Auto-Photographing Rivers of Insecurities
2. Young Female Soldiers in Liberia's Civil Wars
3. DDR: Disarmament, Disillusionment and Remarginalization
4. Social Rafting in Post-War Liberia
5. Let my Children's Future be Alright
Conclusion
Epilogue: 'When I sing, I can forget about my problems'

Om forfatteren

Leena Vastapuu earned her doctoral degree from the University of Turku in 2017. She has written and researched widely on warfare and humanitarian issues, with a particular interest in the impact of conflict on women and gender roles. This is her first book.

Emmi Nieminen is a visual artist specialising in comics and graphic storytelling. Nieminen's work has been exhibited in group and solo exhibitions in Germany, Italy, Taiwan and Switzerland, and has been published in various anthologies in Finnish, English and German. Currently, Nieminen lives and works in Tampere, Finland, and is part of the Tampere Kunsthalle collective. She has been nominated twice for the Sarjakuva-Finlandia award.