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2018 Rural Women’s Studies Association Triennial Conference

The Rural Women’s Studies Association’s triennial conference on “Surviving and Thriving: Gender, Justice, Power, and Place Making” is May 17-19, 2018, at Ohio University.

The theme, “Surviving and Thriving: Gender, Justice, Power, and Place Making,” emphasizes the role of gender in rural community formation and survival. It allows for exploration of the ways that gendered identity (as women, men, or bi- and trans-) and raced identity (within separatist communities, segregated neighborhoods, or integrated spaces) affected personal power, individual choice, and community development. These subjects lend themselves to exploration of rural activism, business development, cultural expression, self-governance, and collective experiences—both historical and contemporary—locally, regionally, nationally, and globally.

The co-chairs are:

Cherisse Jones-Branch
Professor of History
Arkansas State University
870-972-3291
crjones@astate.edu

and

Debra A. Reid
The Henry Ford (Dearborn, Michigan)

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