Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Gender and Women's Studies '16 / Interdisciplinary Conference on Gender and Women's Studies

Gender and Women's Studies '16 / Interdisciplinary Conference on Gender and Women's Studies

Istanbul, Turkey

Papers will be published in DAKAM's online library and in the proceedings e-book (with an ISBN number), which will be given to you in a DVD box and will be sent to be reviewed in the "Thomson & Reuters WOS' Conference Proceedings Citation Index-CPCI

Enquiries: conference@dakam.org
Web address: http://www.dakamconferences.org/#!gender-and-womens-studies/r8zpc


GENDER AND WOMEN'S STUDIES '16 / Interdisciplinary Conference on Gender and Women's Studies in Social Sciences and Art will be held at Nippon Meeting Halls in Istanbul. The conference is coordinated by DAKAM (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center) and will be organized by BILSAS (Science, Art, Sport Productions).

The event will be held together along with UNDERSTANDING BEAUTY AND UGLINESS '16 / Interdisciplinary Conference on Art Theory and Philosophy and EXPERIENCE AND EXPRESSION OF LOVE '16/ Interdisciplinary Conference in Literature, Arts, History and Psychology. Participants will be able to attend any of the sessions of these conferences.


The field of gender and women's studies emerged from the contemporary feminist movement with the initial goal of bringing women and their experiences more fully into knowledge.

How do gender, race, class, sexuality and age contribute to the formation of social identities? What role do ensuing power differences between these factors play in our globalized and mediatized world? What measures have been taken, in the past and the present, in order to prevent discrimination and exclusion? And how do academic, cultural, artistic, journalistic, and policy-making institutions respond to these societal challenges?

Emancipation, the recognition of differences, and awareness of intersections of gender with other factors of identity making (class, race, age, sexuality, etc.) are crucial tools in analyzing social and cultural relations in today's postcolonial and post-secular societies.

The conference explores the ways that femininity and masculinity affect an individual's thought process. This is relevant in a variety of realms, such as social organizations and institutions, interpersonal relationships, and understandings of identity and sexuality.

Power will also explore as it relates to gender and other forms of identity, including sexuality, race, class, religion, and nationality as encompasses interdisciplinary fields, which include exploration of the histories and experiences of diverse women and men as well as studies of sexualities, masculinities, femininities, and gender systems in society. The conference will also welcome studies that analyzes how gender plays out in politics, intimate life, culture, the workplace, athletics, technology, health, science, and in the very production of knowledge itself.

The relationship between gender and society historically and cross-culturally, and the changes now occurring in the roles of women and men, the participation of women in the major institutions of society, and women themselves are among the topics to be included. Historical, contemporary, and transnational analyses of how gender and sexual formations arise in different contexts such as colonialism, nationalism, and globalization can be mentioned as important points of discussion.


Gender equality
Working Conditions
Career and Job opportunities for Women
Public and Private Life
Reproduction of the Woman Image in Popular Culture
Capitalism and Gender
Politics, History and Gender
Women in the history
Queer studies
LGBTI studies
Gender and Education

Gender Roles in Literature and Film
Description of Woman in Literature and Arts
Woman as an Artist
Architecture, Cities and Gender
Feminist Film Criticism
Feminist Literature
Feminist Philosophy
Perspectives in Humanities
Social Sciences and Women
Sociological Case Studies and Gender
Feminist Ethics
Feminist Pedagogy and Gender in education
Girls' Toys and Fairtales

Law and Social Reforms
Justice and Crime
Violence against Women
Marriage and Status of Partnership
Feminism and Democracy
Women's rights and activism

Acquaintance Rape
Child Prostitution
Male Rape
Rape; Rape in art
Rape Victims
Sex Tourism
Sexual Assault and the Law
Statutory Rape

Sex and erotism
Prostitution and the Global Economy
Fashion, make-up and plastic surgery
Concept of Beauty


AIDS/HIV and Women
Artificial Insemination
Birth Control History
Breast Cancer
Breast Implants
Female Midlife Crisis
Maternal Mortality
Postpartum Depression
Surrogate Motherhood
Women and Depression
Women and Madness
Race, Gender and Ethnicity
among many others
Addams, Jane
Anthony, Susan B.
Berksoy, Semiha
Bloomer, Amelia Jenks
Boran, Behice
Catt, Carrie Chapman
Curie, Marie
Earhart, Amelia
Fox-Genovese, Elizabeth
Gage, Matilda Joslyn
Grimke Sisters
Mott, Lucretia
Rosie the Riveter
Shaw, Anna Howard
Stanton, Elizabeth Cady
Stone, Lucy
Hooks, Bell
Irigaray, Luce
Kristeva, Julia
Anzaldua, Gloria
Beauvoir, Simone de
Butler, Judith
Cixous, Helene
Dworkin, Andrea
Tristan, Flora
Wittig, Monique
Wollstonecraft, Mary


Abstract submission:
AUGUST 5, 2016

SEPTEMBER 30, 2016

Full papers submission:
OCTOBER 7, 2016


+90 212 244 23 03

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