We have organized several conferences: Feminist Perspectives on Welfare (1996); Feminism Across the Generations (with Pennsylvania NOW, 1997); Seductions and Betrayals: Latin American Feminisms and the New World Order (with the Latin American Studies Consortium, 1998); Women and the Law: Retrospect and Prospect (with the Women's Law Project, 1999); Women and Islam: The Challenge of Combining Tongues (2000); What Does It Mean To Be Human: Gender and Disability Across the Life Course (2001); and Gender, Pedagogy and New Technologies (2003) . We have sponsored visits by Scholars in Residence Patricia Hill Collins (1995), Anne Fausto-Sterling (2002), Octavia Butler (2003), Cynthia Enloe (2004), and Cherrie Moraga (2005), Janet Jakobsen (2006), Afsaneh Najmabadi (2007), Raka Ray (2007), Patricia Williams (2009), Kate Bornstein (2009) and public lectures by Jean Franco, Barbara Ehrenreich, Akasha Gloria Hull, and Susan Bordo. In addition consortium members coordinated campus specific events to address concerns about women in war and conflict during the 2003-2004 academic year.
Area Universities and Colleges - Women's Studies Programs
|Bryn Mawr College||http://www.brynmawr.edu/femgen/|
|Saint Joseph's University||
|University of Delaware||www.udel.edu/WomensStudies/index.html|
|University of Pennsylvania||www.sas.upenn.edu/wstudies|
|West Chester University||www.wcupa.edu/_academics/sch_cas/wos/|