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V. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
GENDER AND WOMEN'S STUDIES
NOVEMBER 27, 2020 ATHENS

Collage by Sally Edelstein.

AGENDA  

 

Abstract Submission Deadline:

AUGUST 21, 2020

Registration Deadline: 

OCTOBER 16, 2020

Full papers Submission Deadline: 

OCTOBER 23, 2020

CONTACT

 

info@dakam.org

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

GENDER AND WOMEN'S STUDIES '20 / V. International Interdisciplinary Conference on Gender and Women's Studies will be held at NOVOTEL ATHENS. The conference is coordinated by DAKAM (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center) and will be organized by BILSAS (Science, Art, Sport Productions).

All abstracts are going to be selected according to double blind reviews and accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings E-Book with an ISBN number that will be given to you in a DVD box during conference registration.

 

We invite you to join us at the event in Istanbul and would like to emphasize that proposals from different parts of the world are welcomed.

 

For the publication opportunities, registration conditions and presentation instructions, please visit the REGISTRATION INFO page. For accommodation opportunities and city tours, please read the ACCOMMODATION & TOURS page. 

 

 

Participants can also apply to DAKAM's journal; INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES to be reviewed. For details please visit www.dakam.org/ijssis

FRAMEWORK

 

The field of gender and women's studies emerged from the contemporary feminist movement with the initial goal of bringing women and their experiences more fully into knowledge. 

 

How do gender, race, class, sexuality and age contribute to the formation of social identities? What role do ensuing power differences between these factors play in our globalised and mediatised world? What measures have been taken, in the past and the present, in order to prevent discrimination and exclusion? And how do academic, cultural, artistic, journalistic, and policy-making institutions respond to these societal challenges?

 

Emancipation, the recognition of differences, and awareness of intersections of gender with other factors of identity making (class, race, age, sexuality, etc.) are crucial tools in analysing social and cultural relations in today’s postcolonial and post-secular societies.

 

The conference explores  the ways that femininity and masculinity affect an individual’s thought process. This is relevant in a variety of realms, such as social organizations and institutions, interpersonal relationships, and understandings of identity and sexuality.

 

Power will also explored as it relates to gender and other forms of identity, including sexuality, race, class, religion, and nationality as encompasses interdisciplinary fields, which include exploration of the histories and experiences of diverse women and men as well as studies of sexualities, masculinities, femininities, and gender systems in society. The conference will also welcome studies that analyzes how gender plays out in politics, intimate life, culture, the workplace, athletics, technology, health, science, and in the very production of knowledge itself.

 

The relationship between gender and society historically and cross-culturally, and the changes now occurring in the roles of women and men, the participation of women in the major institutions of society, and women themselves are among the topics to be included. Historical, contemporary, and transnational analyses of how gender and sexual formations arise in different contexts such as colonialism, nationalism, and globalization can be mentioned as important points of discussion. 

 

 

 

THEMES

SOCIETY AND GENDER 

Gender equality

Poverty

Working Conditions

Career and Job opportunities for Women

Public and Pritave Life

Reproduction of the Woman Image in Popular Culture

Capitalism and Gender

Politics, History and Gender

Women in the history

Queer studies

LGBTI studies

Gender and Education

 

HUMANITIES, GENDER AND FEMINISM

Gender Roles in Literature and Film

Description of Woman in Literature and Arts

Woman as an Artist

Architecture, Cities and Gender

Feminist Film Criticism

Feminist Literature 

Feminist Philosophy 

Perspectives in Humanities

Social Sciences and Women

Sociological Case Studies and Gender

Feminist Ethics

Feminist Pedagogy and Gender in education

Girls’ Toys and Fairtales 

 

WOMEN'S RIGHTS AND HISTORY

Law and Social Reforms

Justice and Crime

Violence against Women

Marriage and Status of Partnership

Feminism and Democracy

Women’s rights and activisim

SEX CRIMES

Acquaintance Rape

Child Prostitution

Incest

Male Rape

Pedophilia

Prostitution

Rape; Rape in art

Rape Victims

Sex Tourism

Sexual Assault and the Law

Statutory Rape

 

BODY AND GENDER

Sexuality

Sex and erotism

Pornography

Prostitution and the Global Economy

Fashion, make-up and plastic surgery 

Concept of Beauty


HEALTH ISSUES

 

Abortion

AIDS/HIV and Women

Anorexia

Artificial Insemination

Birth Control History

Breast Cancer

Breast Implants

Childbirth

Female Midlife Crisis

Maternal Mortality

Menopause

Postpartum Depression

Pregnancy

Surrogate Motherhood

Women and Depression

Women and Madness

Race, Gender and Ethnicity

PEOPLE AND SCHOLARS

among many others

Addams, Jane

Anthony, Susan B.

Berksoy, Semiha

Bloomer, Amelia Jenks

Boran, Behice

Catt, Carrie Chapman

Curie, Marie

Earhart, Amelia

Fox-Genovese, Elizabeth

Gage, Matilda Joslyn

Grimke Sisters

Mott, Lucretia

Rosie the Riveter

Shaw, Anna Howard

Stanton, Elizabeth Cady

Stone, Lucy

Hooks, Bell

Irigaray, Luce

Kristeva, Julia

Anzaldua, Gloria

Beauvoir, Simone de

Butler, Judith

Cixous, Helene

Dworkin, Andrea

Tristan, Flora

Wittig, Monique

Wollstonecraft, Mary

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

  • Dr. Dorota Gozdecka/ Australian National University

  • Dr. JosAnn Cutajar/ Malta University

  • Dr. Gisella Orsini/ Malta University

  • Dr. Payel Pal/ Amity University

  • Dr. Pınar Karababa Kayalıgil/ Gelisim University

  • Dr. Merieme El Amine/ Caddi Ayyad University

  • Laura Kudo

VENUE

 

NOVOTEL ATHENS

4 Michail Voda Str
ATHENS, GREECE

Discover the ancient Greek capital during your stay at Novotel Athenes. In summertime, enjoy the breathtaking views of the Acropolis and Lycabettus hill from our roof terrace. Relax with some food or a cocktail by the outdoor swimming pool. With monuments and museums nearby, you can fully experience Greek culture at Novotel.

LOCATION
 

DRAFT PROGRAM

9:00 Registration
9:30 Opening Session

9:45 Keynote Lecture 1
10:15 Coffee Break

10:30 Keynote Lecture 2
11:00 Coffee Break

11:15 Parallel Sessions 1 & 2 & 3
12:15 Discussion

12:30 Lunch
 

13:30 Parallel Sessions 4 & 5 & 6
14:30 Discussion 
14:45 Coffee Break

15:00 Parallel Sessions 7 & 8 & 9
16:00 Discussion
16:15 Coffee Break

16:30 Parallel Sessions 10 & 11 & 12
17:30 Discussion
16:15 Coffee Break

17:45 Closing Remarks

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