My Beautiful Wickedness

Well DUH!
December 8, 2007, 10:40 pm
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Why didn’t I post this here? While not all of you are interested in Women’s Studies, Feminisms, transnational identities, or what all…some of you are and you can all forward this to anyone who might be interested…

The College of Saint Rose Women’s Studies Program
Second Annual Regional Conference

Globalization, Gender, and the Challenge of Transnational Feminisms
SATURDAY, MARCH 15th, 2008 — Albany, NY

Keynote speaker Katha Pollitt

We invite scholarly papers, panels, practical workshops, poster sessions, and dialogues by and between feminist writers, scholars, and activists on themes related to Globalization, Gender, and the Challenge of Transnational Feminisms.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Transnational Identity and/or Citizenship: Immigration, Emigration, and Diaspora; Empire, Foreign Policy, and War: Globalization and Religion: Globalization, Gender, and Health ; Feminism and the State; Gender and Nationality; Globalization and GLBT Politics/Mobilization; Globalization and Power; Globalization and the Family; Global Environmental Issues and Transnational Women’s Activism; and Globalization and Mobilization/Transnational Social Movements

Deadline for all proposals is December 29th, 2007

Individual Papers or Paper Panels: Individual submissions (name, affiliation, title, 300 word abstract) welcome. Panel proposals should include a panel title and brief abstract relating the panel’s topic to the conference theme, as well as names of participant(s), titles, and abstract (300 words) for each paper.

Roundtable Discussions: Proposals for roundtables should include an abstract, participant names, affiliations, and paper/work titles. (500 words)

Workshops: Proposals for workshops should include a complete title and description of the workshop, names and credentials of the presenter(s) and the type of space needed. (500 words)

Poster Sessions: Poster session presenters should submit their name, title, and a brief abstract , including a plan for its display. Poster session participants should expect to speak for about 5 minutes. (300 words)

The Women’s Studies Conference Student Paper Award is offered for the best paper presented by an undergraduate or graduate student. To be considered for this award, a students should (1) indicate on the registration form that she or he is a graduate or undergraduate student, and (2) submit his or her completed paper to the address below by February 1, 2008.

Submit proposals to: Prof. Bridgett Williams-Searle, Women’s Studies Program Coordinator, The College of Saint Rose, Albany NY 12203. Inquiries welcome — contact me in the comments section if you’d like my e-mail address to submit materials electronically.


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Oh how fun! Sometimes I wish I was in academia. Academia for grown ups, I mean. And I am planning to try out your paste recipe as soon as our current stash of glue sticks run out. Thanks!

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[…] If you’re thinking about getting in on the Globalization, Gender, and Challenge of Transnational Feminisms Conference… December 28, 2007 Posted by bridgett in Uncategorized. trackback the deadline is nigh. Like tomorrow.Here is the call for papers, one more time. […]

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