We invite abstracts from those whose activities reflect feminist perspectives and who would like to share their critical and creative endeavours at the 13th Multidisciplinary Graduate Feminist Colloquium and the 1st Graduate Women's Studies (GWS) Symposium.
For 13 years, the Graduate Feminist Colloquium has provided a strong, supportive and stimulating environment in which to engage feminist issues as a vital and dynamic field of multidisciplinary activity, interaction and study. We welcome a broad array of works and works in progress related to feminism in the form of presentations, panel sessions, round table discussions, and workshops. The Women's Studies Symposium, a new and exciting initiative undertaken by the Graduate Women's Studies Students Association, shares these goals, but will focus particularly on examining/expanding the borders and boundaries within women's studies. Creative works are welcome, including poetry, fiction, performance art, spoken word, mixed media, etc.
These two events will be held at York University, April 22-24, 2004. This is a wonderful opportunity for graduate students to gain conference presentation experience, as well as for feminists in all areas to engage with one another.
There is no registration fee for either of these events. The deadline for abstracts is Monday, February 16, 2004. Please send abstracts, including name, affiliation (if any) and preferred format (presentation, panel session, round table discussion, workshop, etc.) by mail, email, or fax. Please address all abstracts and queries to the email provided in the contact information below.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Centre for Feminist Research
228 York Lanes
4700 Keele Street
Toronto, ON, M3J 1P3
T: (416) 736-5915
F: (416) 736-5416 Email: email@example.com
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