Proceedings of ‏The Global Conference on Women’s Studies

Oxford, UK

ISBN: 978-609-485-106-3 pub

Date: 18th December 2020

Diamond Scientific Publishing

Category: Women’s Studies

Women’s studies is an academic field that draws on associative methods in order to place women’s lives and experiences at the center of study while researching historical constructs of gender; status of oppression and privilege; and the relationships between power and gender. Usually, women’s studies include feminist theory, transnational feminism, social justice, embodiment, multiculturalism, standpoint theory, or similar. Furthermore, it questions and researches different norms and practices of sexuality, social class, and inequality, nation-building, globalization, and race which are shaped by broader structural forces in historical and current contexts with an emphasis on women’s lives and perspectives.

Feasibility of Off-Grid Solar Energy Enabling Sustainable Development of Women in Rural Kenya

Laura Hellqvist
SOAS
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Prostitution in Colonial Bengal: Realities and Representation

Aparna Bandyopadhyay
Diamond Harbour Women’s UniversityWest Bengal, India
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“Leaders from the Margins”Bedouin Women Living in Poverty Who Become Entrepreneurs

Dr. Nuzha Allassad Alhuzail
School of Social Work Sapir Academic College
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Adaption and Memory: The Reckless Leader and the Effects of the First Family

Dionnie DeWitt
Regent University, United States of America
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Development Of Female Identity In A Complex Racial And Social Framework In Toni Morrison’s Novels:The Bluest Eye And Sula

Edita Bratanović
Faculty of Philology, Univeristy of Belgrade, Serbia
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When The Personal Is Political: The Increase of Female Homicides During COVID-19

Kalfa Maria
Ph.D. Candidate Political Science AUTH, Social Anthropologist, Gender Studies MSc, Multicultural Education MSc, Management and Organization of Educational Units MSc, Social Policy in crisis situations MSc (ongoing)
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Feminist Activism Through the Arts in Late 19th Century and Early 20th Century. A Diachronic Comparative Study Between Portugal and Brazil

Carvalho, Isabel Cristina; Heemann, Christiane; Oliveira, Teresa
Center for Research in Communication Sciences and Arts (CIAC-UAb)
Universidade do Vale do Itajaí (UNIVALI)
Institute for Medieval Studies (IEM), NOVA University Lisbon
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Demi Bride Trafficking: A Unique Trend of Human Trafficking from South-East Asia to China

Laetitia Lhomme, Siren Zhong, Billie Du
Humanity Research Consultancy, UK
University of Southern California, US
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
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Iraqi Women Leadership and State-Building

Inass Abdulsada Ali
College of Political Science/University of Baghdad
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Gender and Migration: (Re)Conceptualizing The Inter-Asian Labour Mobility in The Age of Global Migration 1846-1940

Sagarika Naik
University of Delhi
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Between The Cross and The Sword: The (De)Criminalization of Abortion in Latin America

Cleidi Cristina Pereira
New University of Lisbon – NOVA
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Quest for Selfhood: Women Artists in The South Asian Visual Arts

Dr. Prachi Priyanka
Sharda University, India
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Care and Community Revalued During The COVID-19 Pandemic: A Feminist Couple Perspective

Swati Vohra , Mandeep Taneja
Soka University
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