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Section One — Theorising Hybridity

  1. The ‘Hybrid Turn’: Approaches and Potentials (PDF, 0.2MB)M. Anne Brown doi
  2. Power, Politics and Hybridity (PDF, 0.1MB)Paul Jackson and Peter Albrecht doi
  3. Hybridity Revisited: Relational Approaches to Peacebuilding in Complex Sociopolitical Orders (PDF, 0.1MB)Charles T. Hunt doi
  4. Should the Concept of Hybridity Be Used Normatively as well as Descriptively? (PDF, 0.2MB)Miranda Forsyth doi
  5. Is There Still a Place for Liberal Peacebuilding? (PDF, 0.2MB)Joanne Wallis doi
  6. Against Hybridity in the Study of Peacebuilding and Statebuilding (PDF, 0.1MB)Shahar Hameiri and Lee Jones doi

Section Two — Hybridity and Peacebuilding

  1. Hybridisation of Peacebuilding at the Local–International Interface: The Bougainville Case (PDF, 0.1MB)Volker Boege doi
  2. Reflections on Hybridity as an Analytical Lens on State Formation: The Case of Solomon Islands (PDF, 0.2MB) – Sinclair Dinnen and Matthew Allen doi
  3. Engaging with ‘The Everyday’: Towards a More Dynamic Conception of Hybrid Transitional Justice (PDF, 0.2MB)Lia Kent doi
  4. Post-hybridity Bargaining and Embodied Accountability in Communities in Conflict, Mozambique (PDF, 0.2MB)Victor Igreja doi
  5. Hybrid Peacebuilding in Hybrid Communities: A Case Study of East Timor (PDF, 0.3MB)James Scambary and Todd Wassel doi

Section Three — Hybridity, Security and Politics

  1. Hybrid Peace/War (PDF, 0.2MB)Gavin Mount doi
  2. (In)Security and Hybrid Justice Systems in Mindanao, Philippines (PDF, 0.3MB)Imelda Deinla doi

Section Four — Hybridity and Gender

  1. Inside and Out: Violence against Women and Spatiality in Timor‑Leste (PDF, 0.1MB)Damian Grenfell doi
  2. Hybridity and Regulatory Authority in Fiji: Vernacular Perspectives on Gender and Security (PDF, 0.3MB)Nicole George doi
  3. Hybridity in Port Moresby: Gender, Class and a ‘Tiny Bit of Feminism’ in Postcolonial Papua New Guinea (PDF, 0.3MB)Ceridwen Spark doi