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>From: "Rebecca C. Hains" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Feminist Scholarship and Communication (11/1/04; ICA,
>5/26/05-5/30/05)
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>International Communication Association
>55th Annual Conference
>May 26-30, 2005
>New York, NY
>
>CFP: FEMINIST SCHOLARSHIP DIVISION
>
>The Feminist Scholarship Division of the International Communication
>Association is interested in receiving formal research papers, papers
>that are a work in progress, panel proposals, and roundtable proposals
>that explore the relationship of gender and communication, both mediated
>and non-mediated, within a context of feminist methodologies, theories,
>and practices.
>
>The division explores issues including feminist pedagogy; the social
>implications of the gendered 'digital divide'; international gender
>commonalities and differences by 'race', social class, gender,
>sexuality, nationality, etc; women's alternative media; feminist
>political economy of the media; feminist cultural studies; and
>transnational feminist theory and political practice, amongst others.
>
>For more details, visit http://www.icahdq.org/publicPDF/CFP2005NY.pdf .
>
>***STUDENT TRAVEL AWARDS***
>
>The Feminist Scholarship Division this year will award travel
>scholarships to the authors of the top three student papers in the
>amount of $100 each, which the International Communication Association
>will match, for a total of $200 per paper. We are planning to put the
>top student papers in a special  session at the ICA conference in New
>York City. Authors of the top three papers will be recognized at the FSD
>business meeting, where they will receive their travel awards.

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