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Best place to go

Home Old Town In the midst of this modern financial powerhouse of a city is a neighborhood filled with historic charm, its narrow streets rising steeply on the east side of the river. Heading up Münstergasse, you’ll come to the Napfgasse, with the Brunnenturm, which was headquarters of the Lombard money-changers in the 14th and

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Scopus Journal Publication

Home Scopus Journal Publication Special Issue of the 4th Global Conference on Women’s Studies published by the Journal of International Women’s Studies The Scopus-indexed Journal of International Women’s Studies has published a special issue entitled “Mapping Uncharted Pathways in Contemporary Women’s Studies.” This issue features the works of participants from the 4th Global Conference on Women’s Studies, who submitted

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Modes of Presentation

Home The program committee will schedule all oral and poster sessions for presentation. Oral Sessions The presentation times for oral sessions are as follows: contributed presentations are 15 minutes. Please note: You must provide your presentation for preloading. Please submit your presentation (in English, copy-edited and proofread) via email to info<at>womensconf.org, no later than 10 business days

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Dublin Hidden Gems

Home Dublin is a dynamic city, small in size but brimming with things to do. Super accessible on foot, the city offers endless opportunity for adventure and exploration. While many people come to Dublin to see the main attractions—the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College, and Temple Bar, for example—there are an awful lot of amazing places

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Dining in Dublin

Home Irish cuisine is the style of cooking that originated from Ireland, an island in the North Atlantic; or was developed by the Irish people. It has evolved from centuries of social and political change, and the mixing of the different cultures in Ireland, predominantly the English and Irish. The Ivy Dawson Street One of

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Dinning in London

This is a city whose diners are adventurous to a fault, spawning all kinds of niche pop-ups and fleeting, Insta-fueled trends. Beyond the gimmicks, though, there’s a growing appreciation for ingredients and craft, whether it’s hand-rolled pasta at Padella or fiery clay-pot cooking at Kiln. Our list runs from Michelin-starred dining rooms to tiny neighborhood

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London Hidden Gems

Below, you’ll find historic corners of London, hidden-away art and antiquities, curiosities and beautiful buildings that don’t appear on traditional tourist itineraries for London attractions. Little Venice Just as its name suggests, Little Venice is London’s answer to the famous Italian city. Home to various waterside cafes, pubs and restaurants, the area comes alive in

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