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AWS 2017 : Fourth International Conference on Advances in Women’s Studies 2017


When Jun 10, 2017 - Jun 11, 2017
Where Toronto
Submission Deadline Dec 30, 2016
Categories    women's studies   human rights   gender   feminism

Call For Papers

‘“Women Empowerment through Education & Leadership””

AWS2017 is the premier forum for the presentation of new trends, advances and research results in the fields of Women Studies. It will bring together leading academics, scientists and researchers from around the world.

AWS2017 invites individual or panel proposals for presentations on any topic on women and/or gender issues in all scholarly fields and disciplines, including but not limited to education, arts, design, business, law, humanities, social sciences and sports. We welcome abstracts from broad definitions in local, national, and global contexts.

We welcome individual paper presentations, panel sessions, round table discussions, performances, short films and posters. Your participation in AWS2017 may be under the following categories ( Original research paper, published article, Dissertation/PhD thesis, Research abstract, Listener, Digital poster, Co-author, and Virtual

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