The Institutional And Cultural Militarisation Of Masculinities In Colombia, The Most War-Like Country In Latin America
This research paper explores how the militarisation of masculinities in Colombia occurs in each stage of life, and in the institutional and cultural spectrums, since Limpal recognises that the militaristic system is so corrosive that it is installed in each of the political and social spaces of Colombian society.
Militarised Masculinities in Colombia: An Analysis of Corruption, Land Dispossession and US Interventionism
Analysis by Mia Schöb and Colleen Putzel.
Militarised Masculinities in Colombia and Approaches to Building Alternative Masculinities for a Feminist Peace
A literature review of Colombia’s complex histories of armed conflict and violence, which have arguably produced a “culture of violence” discursively linked to the national identity and promotes militarised, violent masculinities as the hegemonic model of masculinity.