Proposals Sought for Women and Development in the Global South Seminar

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Call for Papers
March 15, 2017
New Mexico, United States
Subject Fields: 
Women's & Gender History / Studies, Public Policy, Human Rights, Government and Public Service, Anthropology

The School for Advanced Research's Advanced Seminar Series: Women and Development in the Global South

Under a program supported by the Vera R. Campbell Foundation, SAR invites proposals for an Advanced Seminar that focuses on the circumstances of women in the developing world and offers paths to concrete, practical strategies for improving their health, prosperity, and general well-being.  Several of the seminar participants must be women scholars or scholars/practitioners from the developing world since one of the goals of the seminar is to foster professional linkages and the sharing of relevant experiences.  Proposals may address global problems or focus on specific regional questions.  Above all, the participants should be committed to producing practical improvements in the lives of women and workable proposals likely to achieve that end.  Seminars focused on broad policy issues will be judged according to whether practical implementation measures are included in the discussion.

The seminar will include a public lecture by a distinguished scholar with expertise in the seminar topic, followed by a roundtable discussion between the scholar and selected members of the seminar.  Applicants are encouraged to provide the names of one or two possible speakers. 

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Maria Spray
Scholar Programs Coordinator
School for Advanced Research
Santa Fe, N.M.
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