Gendering Transformations: Feminist Knowledge Production and Trans/national Activist Engagement
7th Sino-Nordic Women and Gender Studies Conference
Dates: October 28th-30th (Wednesday-Friday), 2020
Venue: National Central Library, Taiwan
The International Conference of Gendering Transformations― Feminist Knowledge Production and Trans/national Activist Engagement will be held in National Central Library, Taiwan from October 28th-30th, 2020. The conference will be a much needed gathering of socially-concerned scholars and activists who are thinking about and interfering into the intersectional inequalities, injustices, and exploitations.
One of the topics of the conference is Gender, Arts and Institutions: Libraries and Museums where librarians, information specialists, curators, archivists and museum workers or others engaged in relevant fields are especially welcome to submit posters, panel proposals, or individual abstracts. All submissions relevant to the topic are welcome.
The aim of the Gender, Arts and Institutions: Libraries and Museums topic of the conference is mainly knowledge and experience exchange, so there will be no requirements to send in a whole paper if accepted.
The language of the conference will be English. Authors are invited to submit panel proposals or individual paper proposal to the Conference Submission System or by using the Session Proposal Form by February 29, 2020. The abstract should be in English and have a length of approximately 300-500 words.
The total list of topics for submission include but are not limited to:
- Bodies and Embodiments
- Gender and Care
- Gender and Politics
- Gender and/in Media
- Gender and/in Education
- Gender and Ableism
- Gender and/in Social Movements
- Gender, Medicine and Technology
- Gender, Economy, Work and Welfare
- Intimacies, Forms and Affects
- States, Regions and Globalizations
- Politics of Feminist Knowledge Production
- Feminisms and/ in Histories and Literatures
- Feminisms in Transition: Theories and Practices
- Migration Processes /Race/Gender/Class
- Gender, Arts and Institutions: Libraries and Museums