Global Justice : Theory Practice Rhetoric

Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric (GJTPR) is a peer-reviewed, open-access e-journal which publishes original research in international political theory, with special emphasis on global justice. We are particularly interested in bridging the gap between political theory, empirical research, and the study of political practices and communication. Read more...

Current Volume

Volume 8, No 1: Women’s bodies and global poverty eradication (2015)


Women’s bodies and global poverty eradication PDF
Peter Balint, Eszter Kollar, Patti Lenard, Tiziana Torresi


‘Walking Wombs’: Making Sense of the Muskoka Initiative and the Emphasis on Motherhood in Canadian Foreign Policy PDF
Rebecca Tiessen
Glass Ceilings and Iron Bars: Women, Gender, and Poverty in the Post-2015 Development Agenda PDF
Susan Murphy
Mobilizing Motherhood: The Use of Maternal Myths in Popular Development Discourse PDF
Jacqueline Marie Potvin
Dalit Women in India: At the Crossroads of Gender, Class, and Caste PDF
Nidhi Sadana Sabharwal, Wandana Sonalkar


David Jacobson, Of Virgins and Martyrs: Women and Sexuality in Global Conflict (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 2013) PDF
Agomoni Mitra Ganguli