The 2nd Global Conference on Women's Studies
Women’s studies is an academic field that draws on associative methods in order to place women’s lives and experiences at the center of study while researching historical constructs of gender; status of oppression and privilege; and the relationships between power and gender. Usually, women’s studies include feminist theory, transnational feminism, social justice, embodiment, multiculturalism, standpoint theory, or similar. Furthermore, it questions and researches different norms and practices of sexuality, social class, and inequality, nation-building, globalization, and race which are shaped by broader structural forces in historical and current contexts with an emphasis on women’s lives and perspectives.
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Professor Diana J. Fox
The Impact of Feminism and Women’s Studies on Pedagogy, Research Methodology, Writing/Publishing and Activism
Diana J. Fox is Professor of Anthropology, Department Chair and founding editor of the Journal of International Women’s Studies at Bridgewater State University. Her feminist decolonial scholar-activism is predicated on partnerships with social movement actors in Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Japan. She is the recipient of four Fulbrights, two Wenner-Gren grants among others, has published a number of books and articles and is a frequent speaker at conferences and other venues.
Dr. Ljupka Naumovska
The fall of sexism and the rise of feminism in Advertising: Brands advocating social justice and gender equality
Dr. Ljupka Naumovska is an Assistant Professor at the world-renowned Rennes Business School in France where she examines the trends and policies that help shape the ever shifting marketing environment. She is a respected educator, consultant and life-long learner. She has spent much of her time making a difference in academia: as an assistant professor and as a visiting lecturer in Universities in Macedonia, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, France and U.S. A significant portion of her nonacademic work is dedicated to consultancy in the field of marketing, branding, political marketing and PR. But Ljupka’s impact goes far beyond the classroom. She is enthusiastically supportive of start-ups that constructively ‘move the planet forward’, and, she is a consistent voice on the need for women to play a much larger role in all aspects of society. As a proud activist and feminist, she is compelled to campaign for gender equality and social justice.
Due to the global Coronavirus pandemic, Oral speakers of the first edition of the Global Conference on Women’s Studies announced their decision to be shifted to Virtual presentation mode.
- Activist Art
- Challenging Male Dominance
- Climate crisis and Environmental activism
- Cyber Feminisms—Blogs, Zines, and Reproductive Rights
- Disabled women
- Economic developments and the legal system
- Equity and equality
- Family history
- Family policies
- Feminism and decolonial praxis
- Feminism and Nationalism
- Feminist pedagogy and writing
- Feminist theory
- Gender and communication
- Gender and Intersectionality
- Gender and Migration
- Gender and Sexual Diversity
- Gender Equality and Educational Systems
- Gender equality policies
- Gendered and Sexual Diversities
- Gendering the Covid-19 Pandemic
- Humanities relating to women and to gender
- Implementation of gender equality
- Implementing law
- Inheritance rights
- Law and accountability
- Laws and Policies
- Legal remedies
- Men as allies in the struggle
- Motherhood and Work-Life Balance
- Popular and Folk cultures
- Resocialization of Men
- Social justice
- Socialization of boys
- Standpoint theory
- Toxic Masculinity
- Trafficking and Prostitution
- Transgender Rights and Sexual Diversity
- Transnational feminist theory
- Women and Islamic Sharia
- Women and Religion
- Women Empowerment and Social Change
- Women in Politics and Public Administration
- Women, Climate Change and Inequality
- Women, Media and Technology
- Women’s history
- Women’s Human rights
- Women’s human rights
- Women’s Spirituality and Religion
- Women’s Success Stories
- Women’s vulnerabilities
Please send your abstract for evaluation by the Scientific Committee and if abstract is accepted, submitter must provide full text paper. The full paper will be requested for subsequent publication opportunities. Otherwise, your abstract only will be published in the Proceeding. Read More
Full paper Format
We accept the submission of high-quality papers describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, experimental and theoretical work or research in all of the topic areas mentioned. Submission of a manuscript implies that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere. Read More
Women’s Studies Conference Peer-reviewed Journal Publication
Gender & Society
Online ISSN: 1552-3977
The Journal of International Women’s Studies
FIRST VISIT BERLIN?
One-day city tour free of charge
Berlin is not only the capital of Germany, but also in many ways the capital of Europe, sitting at the crossroads of the East and West. Germany serves as the continent’s largest economy and the world’s fourth-largest overall. It’s a major player in the industry, engineering, science, and renewable energy, and Berlin has recently been dubbed the start-up capital of Europe.
It’s a country known for its rich culture, world-famous festivals, beautiful landscape, and war-torn history. By occupying such an important place in the political, economic, and cultural worlds, Germany – Berlin in particular – makes for a compelling study abroad destination.
We would also like to offer the participants a one-day city tour free of charge. Great chance for participants to mingle around as well as appreciate the city of Berlin famous for its vibrant culture, architecture, art scenes, and excellent cuisines. the organizing committee will offer the participants a city tour free of charge.
We look forward to seeing you all on June 10 to12, 2021 in lively Berlin.