The int’l community must resist calls for ‘muscular intervention’ in Haiti
Jennifer Greenburg holds a PhD in Geography from UC Berkeley and has held fellowships at Brown and Stanford Universities. She is a scholar of U.S. militarism, including US intervention in Haiti. Her publications have appeared in Antipode, Development and Change, Gender, Place, and Culture, Critical Military Studies, The Journal of Historical Geography and Journal of Haitian Studies. Her forthcoming book, At War with Women: Military Humanitarianism and Imperial Feminism in an Era of Permanent War (Cornell University Press), examines gendered counterinsurgency in the post-9/11 wars. She is also a contributor to the Costs of War Project at Brown University.