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GSIA&GN 2017 : 2017 International Conference on Gender Studies Identity, Alterity and Gender Normativity

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Link: http://genderstudies.irf-network.org/cambridge-symposium
 
When Dec 1, 2017 - Dec 2, 2017
Where Cambridge
Submission Deadline Aug 31, 2017
 

Call For Papers

The conference seeks to explore the past and current status of men and women around the world, to examine the ways in which society is shaped by gender and to situate gender in relation to the full scope of human affairs.
Papers are invited on topics related, but not limited, to:
gender equality
women’s rights and women’s history
gender and education
women and leadership
women’s and men’s health
gender and sexuality
gender and religion
gender and literature
The conference is addressed to academics, researchers and professionals with a particular interest related to the conference topic. We invite proposals from various disciplines including history, sociology, political studies, anthropology, culture studies and literature. The language of the conference is English.

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