Divisions: Feminist Scholarship
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Mission Statement

The Feminist Scholarship Division is interested in exploring the relationship of gender and communication, both mediated and non-mediated, within a context of feminist theories, methodologies, and practices. The Division explores issues such as feminist teaching; international commonalities and differences by race, class and gender; women's alternative media; and feminist cultural studies. Members support and encourage feminist scholarship in other divisions, and work with others to link scholarship to issues concerning women professionals.

 

Officers

Ingrid Bachmann (Chair)

Pontificia U Católica de Chile, Chile
ibachmann@uc.cl

 

Andrea Press (Vice Chair)

U of Virginia, USA
alp5n@virginia.edu

 

Jaime Loke (Secretary-Historian)

Texas Christian U, USA
j.loke@tcu.edu


Palashi Vagehla (Graduate Students and Early Career Scholars Representative)

Cornell U, USA
pmv49@cornell.edu


Stine Eckert (Treasurer)

Wayne State U, USA
stine.eckert@wayne.edu

 

 

 

 

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Kehinde A. Falade wrote on the Divisions: Feminist Scholarship wall: Hello, I am Kehinde Falade. I joined this division this month. I have booked a room in KIMPTON CARLYLE HOTEL DUPONT CIRCLE. If anyone is coming for the 69th conference and wants to share my accommodation with me, splitting the fees, kindly contact me.
Posted Tuesday, March 12, 2019
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