SHU Conference on Women and Gender

9:00am – 4:00pm
Muscarelle Hall and University Center
Seton Hall’s Conference on Women and Gender offers a collection of exciting sessions that reflect the diversity of perspectives and approaches that characterizes scholarship on women and gender. This year’s keynote speaker is Meghana Nayak, Professor of Political Science and Chair of Women’s and Gender Studies at Pace University-New York. Her talk is titled “The Feminist Politics of Trauma.”
The conference’s primary goal is consistent with the ideals of a liberal arts institution such as those articulated by Cardinal Newman in “The Idea of a University”: to provide an interface between the academic and the experiential in order to enrich lived life. Presenters will be exploring all aspects of scholarship on women and gender from all fields, including the humanities, social sciences, experimental sciences, and the professions. Panels are designed to be accessible to all members of the Seton Hall and South Orange communities. We hope you will join us for a series of engaging presentations.
Please visit the conference website here for program details and to register.

Registration is free, but is required for anyone planning to attend the luncheon.

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