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The International Women’s Anthropology Conference (IWAC) is hosting a panel at the July 2018 meetings of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES) in Florianopolis, Brazil.
PANEL TOPIC: Women of Marginalized Social Groups Working to Empower Themselves
PANEL THEMES AND FOCUS: This panel will consist of orally presented papers. Panelists will discuss challenges facing women of socially marginalized groups in multiple countries – for example, indigenous women, low caste women in South Asia, and women in socially marginalized ethnicities, racial groups, or economic classes of other countries, depending on speakers’ availability and expertise. The emphasis will be on women’s advocacy activities and self-help organizations. The goal of the discussion is to consider ways that very low status women can and do strengthen their social position and claim their human rights, sharing the experiences of people of different countries. The panel relates to three IUAES conference themes: Practice and Advocacy, Race and Ethnicity, and Women/Gender.
CONVENORS: Dr. Suzanne Hanchett (Planning Alternatives for Change LLC) and Dra. Jenniffer Simpson (University of Coimbra)
LANGUAGES: English, Portuguese with English titled slides
DATES OF THE IUAES MEETINGS: July 16–20, 2018
LOCATION: Florianopolis, Brazil
DEADLINES: We must submit all paper proposals to IUAES before Feb. 28, 2018
Please send expressions of interest as soon as possible. Send a 50–100 word summary of your paper topic on or before Feb. 20 to:
Dr. Suzanne Hanchett ([email protected]) English language communications
(or) Dra. Jenniffer Simpson ([email protected]) Portuguese communications
IUAES will review and accept our abstracts before March 15, 2018
After their papers are accepted, speakers will be expected to register in advance for the conference, to guarantee their participation.
IWAC website: planningalternatives.com/iwac-women