3rd World Conference on Women’s Studies 2017
“Building Resilience: Dialogue, Collaboration and Partnerships across Our Differences”
04 – 06 May 2017, | Colombo, Sri Lanka
Bridgewater State University, USA.Academic Partners:
Rikkyo University, Japan.
Nepal Center for Contemporary Research.
Centre of Excellence for Women’s Studies – University of Karachi, Pakistan.
International Center for Research on women.
WCWS 2017 cordially invite reaserchers to take part in the 03rd World Conference on Women’s Studies. WCWS 2017, dedicated to the theme Building Resilience: Dialogue, Collaboration and Partnerships across Our Differences,will deliberate on related issues, praxis and solutions that suggest to build women’s movements that are truly global in character.
Final abstract submission deadline : 08th March 2017
Call for Reaserch papers
Researchers are invited to send abstracts for all modes of Oral, Poster and Virtual Presentations. Research areas suitable for paper submission include the following fields, but not limited to;
Due recognition will be granted to the Best Oral and Poster presentations of each session, and the overall bests will also be awarded in addition. Students’ awards also are available for the top performers at presentations.
All accepted abstracts will be published in the conference abstract book with ISBN and manuscripts will be published electronically with ISSN in proceedings with a DOI number. Selected manuscripts will be published in conference supporting journals for free of charge. All full papers will be under double-blind.
Best selected full papers will be published for free of charge.
Free Journal Publications:
NORA – Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research
Diana J. Fox (Chair)
Prof. Patricia Mohammed
Dr. Ravi Verma
We look forward for your responses and kindly request from you to disseminate this mail among your colleagues.
3rd World Conference on Women’s Studies , Conference Secretariat,
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