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Call for Papers: 2010 Women & Society Conference

Proposals and abstracts are being solicited for the 2010 Women & Society Conference. This feminist conference is interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary, covering all aspects of women & gender being studied in the academy. The conference mentors and models feminist inquiry/scholarship for undergraduate students so joint faculty/student papers and excellent student papers are also considered, undergraduates may attend at no cost.

Please send your 250 word abstract with a brief bio. Papers, workshops, roundtables and panels are welcome, please include abstracts and bios for all participants, with one contact person. Please include all contact information–including home and e-mail addresses for summer correspondence to:

Women & Society Conference
c/o JoAnne Myers
Fontaine 315 School of Liberal Arts
Marist College
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

To submit on line, click here.

For more information e-mail: JA.Myers@Marist.edu

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