The Society for Educating Women presents its 2010 international conference, "Educating Women Again: Crossing the Borderlands of Town and Gown," Wednesday, July 28-Friday, July 30, at the Radisson Hotel, 2500 Carlisle Blvd. NE.
Topics include immigrants' rights and domestic violence, transgender identities, reproductive rights and education, community-based social and health care, women's performing arts, Native American women's health, broadband in rural New Mexico, single-sex education in Japan, feminist pedagogy and more. The UNM Women's Resource Center will present a film screening and discussion of "License To Thrive: Title IX at 35," and poetry and music will be performed.
Several UNM units are cosponsoring and/or presenting at the conference: the Women Studies Program, Media Technology Services, College of Arts and Sciences, Women's Resource Center and Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies. Other sponsors include the Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice, University of Oklahoma, Fairfield University, Northern Illinois University, Bookworks Bookstore and World Literature Today.
Registration is $75. For information and registration form, visit SEW or e-mail Julie.M.Davisemail@example.com.