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4th Annual New Jersey

Women’s and Gender Studies Consortium

Undergraduate Research Colloquium

April 4, 2008

Drew University

 

Update:

Congratulations to Amanda Black, Theodora Moses and Michael T. Keating for being selected to represent Rowan University at the Undergraduate Research Colloquium 2008!

Read the winning entries:

A Look at Women’s Sports in Media Coverage by Amanda Black

"The Controversial Death Ritual of Sati in Hindu and Indian Culture" by Theodora Moses

Feminine Roles in the Ottoman Empire: The Significance of Women during the Sultanate of Women Period by Michael T Keating

 

 

 

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Submit your work:  Undergraduate students are encouraged to submit written and/or creative work on any subject which uses a feminist lens of analysis; interdisciplinary work and work seeking to understand the intersection of gender, race/ethnicity, class, sexuality, and culture are particularly encouraged. 

Submission deadline:  Please submit your written essay or creative work to your local Women’s and Gender Studies Program or Department by December 14, 2007.  Please include a cover page with your name, home & email addresses, phone number, and the title of your research submission. Your home institution will select papers for the conference and forward them to the NJWSGC conference committee by February 1, 2008.

Cash prizes for outstanding research!

For more information, please contact Debra Liebowitz, Associate Professor of Women’s Studies at Drew University, 973-408-3139 or dliebowi@drew.edu