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Books


  • Weerawardhana, Chamindra [Forthcoming] 2021. Trans Feminist Politics and Reproductive Justice: Decolonial Perspectives.


  • Weerawardhana, Chamindra. 2018. Decolonising Peacebuilding : Managing Conflict from Northern Ireland to Sri Lanka and Beyond. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars [ISBN-13: 978-1-5275-1146-0].

 

Journals, Book Chapters & Working Papers [peer-reviewed]

​Weerawardhana, Chamindra [forthcoming, 2021], Beyond the Pride Parade: An Intersectional Feminist Perspective on SOGIESC Futures in South Asia. 

  • Weerawardhana, Chamindra. 2020. “Erasure at the ‘Tipping Point’? Transfeminist Politics and Challenges for Representation: From Turtle Island to the Global South/s.”, in, Fiona MacDonald and Alexandra Dobrowolsky [Eds] Turbulent Times: Transformational Possibilities? Gender and Politics Today and Tomorrow. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 304-325.


  • Weerawardhana, Chamindra. 2019. « Épistémologies et activismes transféministes : pour ne plus être à la marge » In, Arnaud Alessandrin [Ed], Actualité des trans studies. Paris : Éditions des archives contemporaines.


  • Weerawardhana, C. 2019. ‘Kate Osamor MP’, in, Jacqui Smith and Iain Dale [Eds], The Honourable Ladies: Profiles of Women MPs, Vol. III. London: Biteback Publishing.


  • Weerawardhana, Chamindra, 2018. « Mot d’ouverture: vers une réappropriation des narrations». Introductory text of Minorités Lisibles : Revue des enjeux féministes, de genres et de sexualités à l'Université de Montréal. No. 3, December 2018.


  • Weerawardhana, Chamindra. 2018. ‘A Transfeminist perspective on development work’. In, Corinne L. Mason [Ed] Routledge Handbook on Development Studies, 119-130.


  • Weerawardhana, Chamindra, 2018. ‘Profoundly Decolonising? Reflections on a Transfeminist Perspective of International Relations’. Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism. 18:1, 184-213.


  • Weerawardhana, Chamindra, 2018. ‘What is it about “fuck off” you don’t understand?’ The NILRC and politics of the Left in Northern Ireland, Labor History, DOI: 10.1080/0023656X.2018.1467300 [https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0023656X.2018.1467300].


  • Weerawardhana, Chamindra, 2017. Gender and ethnic politics in Sri Lanka’s Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna, Socialism and Democracy, 31:2, 73-94.


  • Weerawardhana, Chamindra, 2017. Paradigms of [in]tolerance? On Sri Lanka’s Bodu Bala Sena, #prezpollsl2015, and transformative dynamics of lived religion’ in Ganzevoort, R. and S. Sremac, (Eds) Lived Religion and the politics of (in)tolerance. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp 19-39.


  • Weerawardhana, C., and Siriwardane, R. 2015. ‘Reis Mafia in Colombo: Wahlkampf um das Präsidentenamt’. Südasien, 35 (1), Spring 2015, pp. 91-97.


  • Weerawardhana, C. 2015, ‘Economic reform, Infrastructure development and bridge-building? Terence O’Neill, J.R. Jayewardene and managing conflict in deeply divided societies’. Working paper, Institute for Conflict Transformation and Social Justice, Queen’s University Belfast.


  • Weerawardhana, C. 2013, From Ottawa to Colombo: Conceptualising Canada’s international role at the hour of Eastphalia” Revue française d’études canadiennes, Vol. 75, December 2013, pp. 97-127.

 

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