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Call for Papers: Women’s & Gender Studies “No Limits” Conference 2017
University of Nebraska, Kearney
Friday, March 10, 2017 9:30am-5:30pm
Dr. Abby Ferber (University of Colorado, Colorado Springs)
“The Politics of Hate: From the Mainstream to the Far Right”
No Limits 2017:
• Is a Student Research Conference dedicated to crossing boundaries between disciplines and exploring a wide range of women's and gender issues.
• Is open to undergraduate and graduate students throughout the region.
• Welcomes all student projects related to women and/or gender issues.
Call For Papers: Deadline for submissions is Friday, February 10, 2017
Students interested in presenting their work at the conference should submit the following information by email to Dr. Linda Van Ingen vaningenL1@unk.edu (type "No Limits” in the subject line):
• Project Information: title and abstract of approximately 250 words describing your project and its larger significance.
• Indicate if it is a paper presentation (20 minutes) or a poster presentation (48x36 inches)
• Your contact info: name, university affiliation, mailing address, email, phone.
• Your faculty mentor for this project.
• Biographical statement (about 50-75 words): your major/minor, hometown, academic and career goals, a fun fact.
• Send this information as an attachment AND in the body of your email.
Free and open to the public
Contact: Dr. Linda Van Ingen at 308-865-8772 vaningenL1@unk.edu
Supported by UNK Faculty Senate Artist & Lecturers Grant, UNK Departments of History, Sociology, Ethnic Studies, Women’s & Gender Studies; Annually co-sponsored on a rotating basis by NU Women’s & Gender Studies Programs at UNK, UNL, and UNO
The University of Nebraska at Kearney is an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution
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