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Women's Studies Association / Pae Akoranga Wahine - Conference

March 17, 2016 at 3:18 PM

Women's Studies Association / Pae Akoranga Wahine - Conference - Auckland 

When: 2 - 3 September 2016

Where: University of Auckland

Organised by Women's Studies Association (NZ) / Pae Akoranga Wahine

Call for papers to be circulated shortly:

Submissions for peer-reviewed stream due 15 April 2016
Submissions for non peer-reviewed stream due 10 June 2016

Save the date. More details coming soon. Contact the convenor for more information.

Conference theme: New Landscapes in Feminism and Women's Studies

Programme themes include

  • new feminisms
  • all our futures: women and ageing
  • feminist theory meets intersectionality
  • women in diverse communities
  • climate, place, environment
  • new technologies
  • violence against women: new thinking on enduring challenges
  • solving conundrums around inequalities
  • memorialising women

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