CFP: Women and Justice (12/9/05; NEWSA, 2/25/06)

full name / name of organization: 
Dresdner, Lisa
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 New England Women's Studies Association 2006 Annual Conference (NEWSA)


Deadline: December 9=20


Topics may include but are not limited to the following:

Representations of Women Women and War

Laws of the body Reproductive Health

Bodies of Law Women and Mental =

Movements toward Justice Women and Religion

Women and Leadership Women and Technology

Race and Justice Sex Work

Sex Trafficking Engendering Power

Women and Place Women's Health =20

21st Century Feminism(s) Justice vs. Equality

Women and Aging Women and Sports

Women in the Military Women's Rights as =

New Supreme Court: Women and the Judicial System


 Format: Faculty, students, staff, administrators, and community =
activists from all disciplines and field are invited to submit proposals =
for individual papers, complete sessions, panels, or round tables. For =
individual papers, submit a one-page abstract. For complete panels, =
submit a one-page abstract for each presentation and an overview of the =
relationship among individual components. All proposals must include =
speaker's/speakers' name(s), affiliation, 100-word biography, and =
contact information.=20


The conference will be held Saturday, February 25, 2006, from 8 AM-5 PM.

Hosted by Norwalk Commuity College and the Fairfield County Women's =
Center on the NCC Campus:=20

188 Richards Ave./ Norwalk, CT/ 06854


Friday night festivities (Feb. 24) include a screening of the film, Born =
into Brothels, and a Q&A by Lina Rivastava.



Proposals may be submitted via e-mail:

Or via regular mail: Lisa Dresdner/NEWSA Conference @ Norwalk Community =
College/188 Richards Ave./Norwalk, CT/06854


More information for registration is on the NCC website =

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