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>Subject: CFP: Women & Society Conference 2005 (5/6/05; 9/23/05-9/24/05)
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>From: "Jennifer Driscoll" <[log in to unmask]>
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>CFP: Women & Society Conference
>Marist College
>Poughkeepsie, NY
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>Proposals and abstracts are being solicited for the 2005 Women & Society
>Conference to be held September 23-24, 2005. This feminist conference is
>interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary, covering all aspects of women and
>gender being studied in the academy.  The conference mentors and models
>feminist inquiry and scholarship for undergraduate students so joint
>faculty/student papers are also considered. Undergraduate participants may
>attend at no cost.
>Possible topics include, but are not limited to:
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>Women & Citizenship
>Feminism and/in the Classroom
>Trauma, Narrative, and History
>Same Sex Marriage
>Women and Film
>Reality Television
>Politics of  Illness and Health Care
>Women's Lives and Religion
>Forming Gender Identities
>Transgendered Culture
>Policy, Politics and Race
>Food and Feminism
>Sex Workers and the Sex Industry
>Women and Combat
>Revolutionary Women of Today
>Women and Creativity
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>
>Adrienne Rich will be giving a reading on Friday evening and Paula
>Rothenberg will be delivering the keynote address on Saturday.
>
>Please send your 250 word abstract with a brief bio (and all of your
>contact information for summer correspondence) postmarked by May 6, 2005
>to:
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>Women & Society Conference
>c/o Jennifer Driscoll
>Assistant Professor Of English
>Fontaine 220
>School of Liberal Arts
>Marist College
>Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
>email: [log in to unmask]
>(845) 575-3000, ext. 2404
>
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