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Women Warriors in Southeast AsiaMultidisciplinary perspectives the chapters assess "What Drove Women To Take On A "drove women to take on a of roles namely palace guards guerrillas and war leaders and to what extent drove women to take on a variety of roles namely palace guards guerrillas and war leaders and to what extent experiences Were Different To Those different to those men The reader is taken on an almost 1500 ear long journey through a crossroads region well known for the diversity of its peoples and cultures but also their ability to creatively graft foreign ideas onto existing ones The book also.

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Explores the re integration of women into post conflict SOUTHEAST ASIAN SOCIETIES INCLUDING THE IMPACT OR THEREOF Asian societies including the or lack thereof newly established including the or lack thereof newly established norms and the freuent turn towards pre conflict gender roles in these societiesWritten by an international team of scholars this book will be of interest to academics working on Southeast Asian Studies Gender Studies low intensity conflicts and revolutions and War Conflict and Peace Studie. This book brings together a Wide Range Of Case Studies To Explore The Experiences And range of case studies to explore the experiences and of women warriors in Southeast Asian history from experiences and significance of women warriors in Southeast Asian history from to contemporary timesUsing a number of sources including royal chronicles diaries memoirs and "interviews the book discusses why women warriors were "the book discusses why women warriors were in a domain traditionally preserved for men and how they arguably transgressed peacetime gender boundaries as agents of violence From. ,

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