(2005) 'Summer Institute : "Turkey at the Crossroads: Women, Women's Studies, and the State", Istanbul and Bodrum, Turkey. May 27th -June 3th, 2005.', European Journal of Turkish Studies, archives , Archives, URL : http://www.ejts.org/document306.html
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Summer Institute : "Turkey at the Crossroads: Women, Women's Studies, and the State", Istanbul and Bodrum, Turkey. May 27th -June 3th, 2005.
Towson University's Institute for Teaching and Research on Women (ITROW) is co-hosting the Summer Institute, "Turkey at the Crossroads: Women, Women's Studies, and the State." May 27th -June 3th, 2005, in collaboration with Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, Turkey.
Cost : The institute fee is $475.00 and includes airfare from Istanbul to Bodrum,
an arrival reception on May 27, coffee breaks throughout the conference,
reading material, and speaker fees. The total estimated cost of the
Summer Institute, including food and lodging based on double occupancy
(excluding airfare to Istanbul), is $800.00.
The Institute fee of $475 is due by March 15. Those wishing to reserve
a space may send a $100 non-refundable deposit by January 31, 2005.
The registration fee after March 15, is $575.00.
An application and information about the Summer Institute can be found
on our Web page: http://pages.towson.edu/ncctrw
Call for Papers: Attendees interested in presenting at a panel
or roundtable session should submit a one page proposal describing their
presentation, how it relates to the institute themes, and what issues
it will include. Also indicate experience or qualifications in regard
to presentation. Proposals should be sent by email to Dr. Karen Dugger
at <email@example.com>. Paper proposal must be received no later
than March 8.
Summer Institute Themes
I. Human Rights and Women's Rights
Legal, Cultural and Religious Barriers
International Efforts to Eliminate Discrimination
Women and Family
II. Feminism and Women's Studies
Women's Studies and Feminism in Turkey and the Middle East
Women's Movements: Comparative Perspectives
Islamic and Secular Women's Groups
III. Women, Work and the State
Gender and Transnational Labor Migration
Women in the Local and Global Economy
IV. Images of Women in Contemporary Society
Women and Literature
Women and Popular Culture
Karen Dugger, Director
Institute for Teaching and Research on Women
Chair, Women's Studies Department