The Women's Liberation Movement @ 40 Conference will celebrate and explore feminist work and changes within society 1970-2010. The conference aims to bring together feminist and women's activists across borders (spatial, generational, political and demographic and others) to engage in debate and discussion around contemporary issues.
We are looking for papers, panels, workshop sessions and creative sessions based on feminist work whether it be research, activism, support services, teaching or something else?
* Papers - research, practice or theory based (or any combination) of not more than 20 minutes (plus time for questions). All papers are welcome. Please submit an abstract of no more than 450 words and include relevant biographical information.
* Panels - want to put together a panel of speakers on a pressing issue? Panel Sessions available (max three speakers is suggested). Please submit a list of speakers and key questions to be addressed (not a definitive list but some sort of guide).
* Workshops - want to disseminate the results of something you're involved in or provide training on new areas of work/practice? Please submit an abstract of no more than 450 words and include relevant organisational information.
* Creative Sessions - the creative arts have always played an important role in feminism, if you want to offer a creative session this is your chance whether it's introduction to knitting or radical cheerleading.... Please submit a brief outline of what will be on offer and what space requirements you will need. Materials must be provided by the session co-ordinators.
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