Accepted draft versions of many of my published articles are available through this page:
- Tidy, J. (forthcoming) ‘Fatherhood, Gender and Interventions in the Geopolitical: Analysing Paternal Peace, Masculinities and War’, International Political Sociology
- Tidy, J. 2017. ‘The Operation and Subversion of Gendered War Discourses: Soldierhood, Motherhood and Military Dissent in the Public Production of Kimberly Rivera’, International Feminist Journal of Politics. Online.
- Millar, K.M. and Tidy, J. 2017. ‘Combat as a Moving Target: Masculinities, the Heroic Soldier Myth and Normative Martial Violence’, Critical Military Studies, 3(2): 142-160 Online
- Tidy, J. 2017. ‘Visual Regimes and the Politics of War Experience: Rewriting war ‘from above’ in WikiLeaks’ Collateral Murder’, Review of International Studies, 43(1): 95-111 Online.
- Tidy, J. 2016. ‘The Gender Politics of “Ground Truth” in the Military Dissent Movement: The Power and Limits of Authenticity Claims Regarding War’, International Political Sociology, 10(2): 99-114 Online.
- Tidy, J. 2015. ‘Forces Sauces and Eggs for Soldiers: food, nostalgia, and the rehabilitation of the British military‘, Critical Military Studies, 3(1): 220-232 Online; Supplementary images; Also available as an accepted draft version.
- Tidy, J. 2015. ‘Gender, Dissenting Subjectivity and the Contemporary Military Peace Movement in Body of War’, International Feminist Journal of Politics,17(3): 454-472 Online; Also available in an accepted draft version here.
- Kadir, S and Tidy, J. 2013. ‘Gays, Gaze and Aunty Gok: The Disciplining of Gender and Sexuality in How to Look Good Naked’, Feminist Media Studies, 13(2): 177-191, Online.
- Tidy, J. 2012. ‘The Social Construction of Identity: Israeli Foreign Policy and the 2006 War In Lebanon’, Global Society, 26(4): 535-556 Online; Also available as an accepted draft version.
- Tidy, J. ‘(Re)producing an (anti)military masculinity: Popular culture representations of gender and military dissent in the figure of Ron Kovic’, Forthcoming in International Handbook on Gender and the Military, Rachel Woodward and Claire Duncanson (editors), Palgrave.
Special issue/section introductions:
- Chisholm, A. and J. Tidy, (2017) ‘Introduction: Beyond the Hegemonic in the Study of Militaries, Masculinities and War’, Critical Military Studies, 3(2):99-102
- Tidy, J. 2011. ‘Reviews: US Military Opposition to the War in Iraq’, International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies, 5(1): 160-163
- Tidy, J. 2011. ‘Reviews: ‘Re-Imagining the War on Terror: Seeing, Waiting, Travelling‘, International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies, 5(2): 304-306