The Sixth Southern Conference on Women's History, sponsored by the Southern Association for Women Historians, will be held June 5-7, 2003, in Athens, Georgia. Held every three years, this conference provides a stimulating and congenial forum for the discussion of all aspects of women's history. Its program seeks to reflect the diversity of women's experiences in the United States and elsewhere and to feature the history of women from a wide range of racial, class, and ethnic backgrounds.
The conference will be hosted by the University of Georgia and held on UGA's main campus, conveniently located near downtown Athens. Conference participants will be encouraged to take full advantage of the rich historical and cultural resources offered by the University and Athens, including local art, music, and historical sites.
For more information, please visit the conference website. You may also direct questions to Kathleen Clark, conference coordinator via e-mail.
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