CFP: Lehigh University Conference “Feminism in Practice”

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From the FLP Mailbox, this CFP for a conference on “Feminism in Practice” to be held at Lehigh University (PA) on November 15, 2008:  

The 2008 Feminism in Practice Conference, hosted by Lehigh  University’s Women’s Center and Office of Graduate Student Life,  invites submissions for roundtable discussions, panels, research and/ or poster presentations, and scholarly papers.

The purpose of this conference is to bring together activists,academics, graduate students, community professionals, and other  interested parties to discuss feminist practices in their work and
daily lives.   Submissions for this interdisciplinary conference may be  practically or theoretically oriented.

Suggested topics include but are not limited to:

  • Intersections between Theory and Practice
  • Women in Science
  • Activism and the Community
  • Feminism and Pedagogy
  • Family and Feminism
  • Friendship and Networking
  • Women and Culture
  • Feminism and Politics/Political Feminism

Please visit the conference website for other information:  Please submit proposals of no more than 500 words to by August 30, 2008.

-Bridget Crawford

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