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Freedom, Rights & Power: Women’s struggles across the Americas since 1900

Friday, April 26, 2013 at 9:30 AM - Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 5:30 PM (BST)

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Conference registration rate
Registration fee covers two days of conference, lunch on both days. Conference dinner will be on Friday evening, and will be payable separately at the conference.
Ended £50.00 £0.00
Concession rate (postgraduate/unwaged)
Concessionary rate (postgraduate students, unwaged). Proof of status may be required. Registration fee covers two days of conference, lunch on both days. Conference dinner will be on Friday evening, and will be payable separately at the conference.
Ended £25.00 £0.00

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Women have been central in stretching the definitions of legal rights, challenging old concepts of power, and establishing new parameters of freedom across the Americas throughout the twentieth century. Not all of these struggles have been exclusively for the rights of women; feminist and womanist interpretations of power structures have in turn encouraged dynamic protest among many subaltern groups.

At this conference, international and UK-based scholars will examine a range of aspects of women's agency in the Americas.  For more information, including a full conference programme, please visit the conference website

For more information about visiting St. Mary's University College, click here.

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When & Where


St. Mary's University College, Twickenham
Waldegrave Rd
TW1 Twickenham
United Kingdom

Friday, April 26, 2013 at 9:30 AM - Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 5:30 PM (BST)


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Organizer

Organizing committee:

Dawn-Marie Gibson, (Royal Holloway); Althea Legal-Miller (King’s CollegeLondon);

Sinead McEneaney, (St. Mary’s University College); Imaobong Umoren (Oxford)

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