CFP: Women's Studies Graduate Conference (grad) (3/3/06; 4/1/06)

full name / name of organization: 
Ms. Vanessa Raney
contact email: 

Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) Women=E2=80=99s Studies Progra=
announces its Fourth Annual Graduate Conference

Saturday, April 1, 2006, at SCSU

Whether in print, television, film, radio or the Internet, media is key=20
to the dissemination of information to the public. How do media portray=20
women and women=E2=80=99s issues? What types of access do women have to med=
What roles do women play in media? Does a feminist perspective make a=20
difference in how and what information is disseminated? The SCSU=20
Women=E2=80=99s Studies Graduate Conference Committee invites graduate stud=
and college seniors from all institutions to submit proposals for panel=20
discussions or individual papers with a focus on all issues concerning:=20

Suggested panel and paper topics includes, but are not limited to:

- Women and Access to Publishing
- Women=E2=80=99s Employment and Promotions
- History of Women in Film
- History of Feminist Media
- Women and Work in Television
- Women and Girls Body Image
- Media and Gender Roles / Stereotyping
- Media and Sexuality=20
- Media and Women=E2=80=99s Health
- Feminist E-Zines
- Representations of Women=E2=80=99s Issues
- International Women and the Media=09=20
- Feminists Media Outlets
- Women=E2=80=99s Networks=09=09
- Violence against Women
- Women Politicians in the Media
- Women=E2=80=99s Representations of Women
- Women and Visual Art
- Women and AdvertisementWomen and Fine Arts
- Women and Pornography
- LBGT and the Media
- Women and Self Image
- Women and Educational Media=09
- Internet Technology=09=09

Deadline for submitting Proposals/Abstracts: Friday, March 3, 2006

Send submissions electronically to as word=20
attachments or typed in the body of the e-mail. Please include name,=20
affiliation, E-mail, standard mailing address, and phone number. =20
Proposals should not be longer than one page; an abstract of no more=20
than 150 words will be included in the conference program.
Women=E2=80=99s Studies Graduate Conference
Women=E2=80=99s Studies Program, ENG B229
Southern Connecticut State University
501 Crescent Street
New Haven, CT 06515-1355
Phone: (203) 392-6133 Fax: (203) 392-6723

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