Johanna Masse is a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre for International and Defence Policy (CIDP) at Queen’s University. She is conducting a research project on gendered representations and military women in Canadian Army combat units. More generally, she is interested in women’s participation in political violence and armed conflict.
- 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.