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Reframing Globalisation and Internationalism: Feminism in India and the Question of Asia

Mary E. John, Director, Center for Women in Developing Societies, New Delhi

ISERP’s project on “Gender and the Global Locations of Liberalism,” and the Institute for Research on Women and Gender, Columbia University, invite you to a talk and discussion with

Mary E. John is Senior Fellow and Director, Center for Women in Developing Societies, in New Delhi. She is the author of Discrepant Dislocations: Feminism, Theory and Postcolonial Histories, and editor of Women’s Studies in India: A Reader, and Contested Transformations: Changing Economies and Identities in Contemporary India (with Praveen Jha and Surinder Jodhka)

Date: Monday, October 19, 2009
Time: 4:00 pm

Location:
IRWaG Seminar Room
7th Floor, Schermerhorn Extension

A reception will follow

“Gender and the Global Locations of Liberalism” is undertaken in conjunction with “Liberalism and Its Others,” a project supported by CCASD during 2009-2011

Visit IRWaG for more information.

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