The Voices of War Heroines: Sexual Violence, Testimony, and the Bangladesh Liberation War

The Voices of War Heroines: Sexual Violence, Testimony, and the Bangladesh Liberation War

With its focus on wartime sexual violence, this book examines the traumatic memories of wartime rape in context of contemporary theories of war. The translated testimonials of the raped women of the Bangladesh war emphasize the importance of critical discussion on gendered violence, war trauma, and the restructuring of policies regarding recovery and rehabilitation of the war victims, especially in the global South.

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