Rotterdam 2022

Conference History

In February 2022, the 3rd Global Conference on Women’s Studies was held online with the participation of representatives from across the world. During these demanding and unpredictable times, once again WOMENSCONF was able to pull together a program of speakers and listeners to discuss the topic of Women’s studies. The conference featured two distinguished keynotes speakers, insightful presentations, thought-provoking storytelling presentations, and an impressive documentary screening. The conference was rich in content and covered a range of topics across the entire spectrum. The discussions were wide-ranging, with a number of questions from listeners.
Meet some of our Highlighted Speakers from the Second edition
AuthorArticle TitleAffiliation
women's studies conferenceProfessor Diana J. FoxFeminist Publishing and Transnational Collaborations: Deepening Global Sisterhood in Precarious TimesBridgewater State University, USA
women's studies conferenceDr. Monia ChouariThe Intersection between Feminism and Gender: Victorian Novels as a Case StudySousse University, Tunisia
women's studies conferenceDr. Cathy RaymondPostcolonial feminist theory and the decolonization of research: A synergistic framework for challenging post 9/11 portrayals of Afghan womenIndiana University, United States
women's studies conferenceDr. Nuzha Allassad AlhuzailThe Meaning of Financial Resilience in Coping with Poverty
Among Bedouin women
Sapir Academic College, Israel
women's studies conference Dr Guðrún Sif FriðriksdóttirBridging the gap between professionals working with problematic substance use and intimate partner violence: The MARISSA Project.University of Crete, Greece
women's studies conferenceDr. Rebecca RanzBringing Religion and Spirituality to the Social Work ProfessionSapir Academic College, Israel
women's studies conferenceDr. Michelle Kuei“Build It or Lose it” Cultivating Courage as Your Everyday HabitElevate LifeCoaching, United States
women's studies conferenceDr. Hama Abu- KishkThe ‘digital divide’ amongst Bedouins in the Negev – the case of Israel under COVID-19Sapir Academic College, Israel
women's studies conferenceDr. Merav Moshe-GrodofskyRights-based Community Practice Network: Moving from Academic Origins to a Government Sustained ProgramSapir Academic College, Israel
women's studies conferenceDr. Molly O’DonnellReplacing the Implicit Association Test in the Service of Feminist PedagogyJames Madison University, United States
women's studies conferenceDr. Annecka MarshallPum Pum, Love and Erotic Power: A Black British Feminist Analysis of Male and Female Sexualities in JamaicaThe University of the West Indies, Jamaica
women's studies conferenceDr. Chafiaa DjouadiThe masculinism, a new war against womenUniversity of Toulouse Jean Jaurés, France
women's studies conferenceMrs. Suzanne KamataThe Attitudes of Japanese University Students Toward Domestic Labor and Their Implications for Gender ParityNaruto University of Education, Japan
women's studies conferenceMs. Yoko KITAThe Attitudes of Japanese University Students Toward Domestic Labor and Their Implications for Gender ParityNaruto University of Education, Japan
women's studies conferenceMs. Lisa MolomotSOLEDAD Short Documentary OutreachSOLEDAD ِ Director, United States
women's studies conferenceMs. Grace C. LiuBelieving in Myself; Breakthroughs and Successes in Your LifeFounder of Sharing to Empower, United States
women's studies conferenceMrs. Sana SayedWorking Towards the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: Human Rights and Gender Equality for Women in PakistanAmerican University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
women's studies conferenceMrs. Gloria Nyambura KenyattaWomen Political Participation in KenyaAlbert Ludwigs University of Freiburg, Germany
women's studies conferenceMrs. Quratulain ShahContemporary Feminist Activism: Aurat March In PakistanAga Khan University, United Kingdom
women's studies conferenceMrs.Roberta Maria AricòGBV against female migrants in time of COVID-19: assessing Italian negligence during the pandemicScuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy
women's studies conferenceMrs. Miosotis SotoJustice for Women: Deepfakes and Revenge Porn.Interamerica School of Law, Puerto Rico
women's studies conferenceMrs. Dena Mamdouh ZakiA Gendered analysis of Intimate Violence among the Egyptian Dutch- Community in the NetherlandsNetherlands
women's studies conferenceMrs. Alina AhmedDecentering Power: Arguing for a Mandatory Undergraduate Course that Teaches Anti-Oppressive AllyshipUniversity of Georgia, Pakistan
women's studies conferenceMrs. Mel Rose MaestroCall of Nurture: A 3- Channel Public Video Installation on Public Breastfeeding as a Gendered Transgressive Act and Maternal PracticeUniversity of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines
women's studies conferenceMrs. Laksita Putri ArishantyGender Parity on Boards and Firm Financial Performance Evidence from publicly listed companies in IndonesiaUniversity of Groningen, Netherlands
women's studies conferenceMrs. Sirin AbusalhaThe Impact of COVID-19 on Working Women in PalestineBudapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
women's studies conferenceMs. Kimberly FillionThe Sisters’ Paradoxical Space: Mapping Truth to PowerClaremont Graduate University, United States
women's studies conferenceMrs. Weronika KaminskaWomen facing cancer, women facing process of dying – qualitative analysis from the perspective of female patients under the care of hospiceIndiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, United States

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