Johanna Masse will soon begin her post-doctoral studies at Queen’s University on gendered representations in the military, following a PhD in political science at Laval University on women’s activism in armed conflict. She is interested in women’s participation in both legitimate (state) violence and illegitimate expressions of it, and the ways in which they are represented. She has also been a lecturer in international relations, qualitative methodology and diplomatic history.
- Gender and Security
- Political Violence
- Johanna Masse, “In the Eye of the Beholder: Recognizing the Breath of Women’s Participation in Violent Political Organizations and Beyond,” Working Paper TSAS, Canadian network for research on terrorism, security and society, 2019.
- Johanna Masse, Review of Vaincre Al-Qaïda. Le défi d’Obama, de Gilles VANDAL & Sami AOUN, Athéna Éditions, Outremont, 2014, 363 p. (2015)., In Revue Canadienne de Science politique, 48:1 (2015): 237-238.
- Johanna Masse, Review of Traité de relations internationales, de Thierry BALZACQ & Frédéric RAMEL, Les Presses Sciences Po, Paris, 2013, 1228 p. (2015)., In Revue Canadienne de Science politique, 48:3 (2015): 737-738.