Oxford 2020

Conference History

Due to the global Coronavirus pandemic, Oral speakers of the first edition of Global Conference on Women’s Studies announced their decision to be shifted to Virtual presentation mode. Therefore, the WOMENSCONF Organizing Committee decided to hold the conference entirely Online. The Virtual presentations were delivered via an online electronic forum (Webinar), where the participants engaged in lively discussions during the conference.
Author Article Title Affiliation
women's studies conference Dr. Nuzha Allassad Alhuzail “Leaders from the Margins” Bedouin women living in poverty who become entrepreneurs Sapir Academic College, Israel
women's studies conference Dr. Aparna Bandyopadhyay Prostitution in Colonial Bengal: Realities and Representation Diamond Harbour Women’s University, West Bengal, India
women's studies conference Prof. Dr. Isabel Carvalho Feminist activism through the arts in late 19th century and early 20th century. A diachronic comparative study between Portugal and Brazil. CIAC-UAb Center for Research in Communication Sciences and Arts, Portugal
women's studies conference Mrs. Laetitia Lhomme Demi Bride Trafficking: A Unique Trend of Human Trafficking from South-east Asia to China Humanity Research Consultancy, UK
women's studies conference Mrs. Edita Bratanovic Development of Female Identity in a Complex Racial and Social Framework in Toni Morrison’s Novels “The Bluest Eye” and “Sula” University of Belgrade, Serbia
women's studies conference Mrs. Laura Hellqvist Feasibility of off-grid solar energy enabling sustainable development of women in rural Kenya School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) University of London, United Kingdom
women's studies conference Prof. Dr. Sadia Kamran Exploring Female Identity in and through Art in Pakistan: Explaining De-Colonial Feminism Institute for Art and Culture, Pakistan
women's studies conference Dr. Inass Abdulsada Ali Iraqi Women Leadership and State-Building College of Political Science, University of Baghdad, Iraq
women's studies conference Mrs. Maria Kalfa When the personal is political:the increase of female homicide during COVID-19 AUTH, Greece
women's studies conference Rev. Dionnie DeWitt Adaption and Memory: The Reckless Leader and the effects of the First Family Regent University, United States
women's studies conference Dr. Prachi Priyanka Quest for Selfhood: Women Artists in The South Asian Visual Arts Sharda University, India
women's studies conference MSC. Cleidi Pereira Between The Cross and The Sword: The (De)Criminalization of Abortion in Latin America New University of Lisbon, Portugal
women's studies conference Mrs. Swati Vohra Care and Community Revalued During The COVID-19 Pandemic: A Feminist Couple Perspective Soka University, Japan
women's studies conference Mrs. Sagarika Naik Gender and Migration: (Re)Conceptualizing The Inter-Asian Labour Mobility in The Age of Global Migration 1846-1940 University of Delhi, India
women's studies conference Mrs. Gema Cantos A Marxist Analysis Of Kate Chopin’s A Pair Of Silk Stockings Spain

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