This introduction presents an overview of key concepts discussed in subsequent chapters of this book. Inspired by Brooke A. Ackerly, Maria Stern and Jacqui Trues Feminist Methodologies for International Relations, the book combines theoretical and methodological discussion with the exploration of case study research as carried out by feminist scholars. Some might argue that a specific focus on women unduly narrows the scope of our concerns and fails to show the broader impact of feminist scholarship; that this is an old-fashioned approach. The book focuses on women and the everyday, even as men and states are certainly part of the mix, because we still know too little about women in global politics and miss much about how power in global politics works by not looking for them. It begins with a chapter by Rirhandu Mageza-Barthel, who discusses challenges in doing lite interviews to trace international women's rights norm diffusion in post-genocide Rwanda.