Books by Cynthia Enloe

Released: Feb. 1, 2000

"Enloe's graceless writing fuzzes all but her most telling points, and her assertions, though bold, are not always sufficiently discussed or convincingly demonstrated."
paper 0-520-22071-4 A wide-ranging look at the global militarization of women's lives, whether they are soldiers or spouses of men serving in countries from Bosnia to Indonesia. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 1, 1993

"Rambling and repetitive polemic that could have something important to say but by substituting assertion and anecdote for rigorous analysis, doesn't. (Illustrations—not seen)"
Here, Enloe (Government/Clark University) makes bold but often unsubstantiated assertions about the relationship between sexuality and militarism—as she seeks, not too persuasively, to chart changing post-cold-war sexual politics. Read full book review >