Title: Conflict, disaster and changing gender roles in Nepal: Women’s Everyday Experiences
Description: This thesis is about women and changing gender roles in Nepal. The study traces the gendered effects of the Maoist war and the disaster on women’s everyday lives. It examines how women experience the impact of the Maoist war and the post-conflict era, shifting gender roles, responsibilities, challenges, and new openings. The thesis then asks similar questions about women affected by the earthquake, that happened while the country was still struggling with post-conflict issues
Supervisors: Dorothea Hilhorst, Gemma van der Haar
- Conflict, disaster and changing gender roles in Nepal: Women’s Everyday Experiences. PhD thesis, Wageningen University, 2019.
- K.C. L., G. van der Haar and D. Hilhorst (2017_ Changing Gender Roles: Women’s Livelihoods, Conflict and Post-conflict Security in Nepal, Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs 4(2) 1–21
Current information: https://www.linkedin.com/in/luna-kc-049903152/?originalSubdomain=ca