Submitted by Fernando Aguiar on Thu, 11/08/2018 - 11:36


In the hope of casting light on the numerous questions about how gender and Violent Extremism are related, the Brussels International Center for Research (BIC-R) launched a series of essays that aims to trace the multiple trajectories, formation and transformations that have defined the roles of women and men with regard to violent extremism. Seen through a broad historical and gender lenses, this series is an endeavor to understand the intractable, inter-connected questions concerning women’s and men’s agency and subjectivity in processes of violent extremism.