- Unites a critical analysis of theories of violence with original ethnographic research on its use and broader responses to its different manifestations
- Makes an important theoretical contribution to debates on violence, through developing in-depth accounts of the violence of everyday life from a feminist perspective
- Examines the vocabularies of violence of those who live with it on an everyday basis, locating these vocabularies in a critical analysis of the relations of domination that have shaped Salvadoran history
1. Questioning Violence: Meanings, Myths and Realities.
2. (Mis)recognising Violence in Latin America.
3. ‘Terror as Usual’: Uniting Past and Present Accounts of Violence.
4. Gendered Hierarchies of Violence.
5. ‘Kill Them, Attack Them at the Roots and Kill Them All’: Examining Responses to Violence.