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Call for Papers

Biennial Conference: Global Feminisms & the Anti-Colonial Project

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IGDS 25th Anniv Conference
1993-2018
Mona, Cave Hill, St Augustine, Open Campus

BIENNIAL CONFERENCE: GLOBAL FEMINISMS & THE ANTI-COLONIAL PROJECT
A Conference in honour of the founding Heads of the IGDS: Professors Eudine Barriteau, Professors Patricia Mohammed, Professors Rhoda Reddock and in celebration of the 70th Anniversary of The University of the West Indies and the 25 th Anniversary of the Institute for Gender and Development Studies.

NOVEMBER 21-23, 2018
CAVE HILL CAMPUS, BARBADOS

CALL FOR

  • PAPERS
  • PANELS

  • FILMS

  • PERFORMANCES

  • ACTIVIST ROUNDTABLES
  • BOOK DISCUSSIONS

Click here to submit a panel, activist roundtable, paper, film, performance or book discussion: https://goo.gl/forms/TW1FAfGX3vmTMX843

Deadline for submission of abstracts: June 30, 2018
Date for notification of acceptance of abstract: July 31, 2018
Deadline for submission of full paper for consideration for publication: October 31, 2018

Registration Fee
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Full Conference: US$275.00  |  Students: US$75.00

Publication – Abstracts received for full papers will be assessed for inclusion in an edited collection.

We welcome the participation of academics, graduate students, activists, artists and other practitioners. We invite proposals for individual papers and panels, roundtable discussions as well as films, performances and book discussions, which reflect on the radical and decolonial potential of global feminisms under the following subthemes.

  • Subtheme 1:     Anti-Colonial/Decolonial Feminism Frameworks
  • Subtheme 2:     Sexuality/Sexualities
  • Subtheme 3:     Feminist Disabilities Studies
  • Subtheme 4:     Women’s/Feminist Studies as Anti-Discipline
  • Subtheme 5:     Feminist & Heterodox Economics
  • Subtheme 6:     Indigeneity & Ecological Justice
  • Subtheme 7:     Migration & the Diaspora
  • Subtheme 8:     Pan-Africanism/Global Africa and Feminism: Marking the Decade for People of African-descent
  • Subtheme 9:     Open Subtheme – We invite other submissions exploring key debates in feminist studies.
  • Subtheme 10:   Critical Engagement with the Work of Eudine Barriteau, Patricia Mohammed,
 Rhoda Reddock

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