Where: Multiple Locations
Join experts in a multidisciplinary discussion of the issues and challenges facing women in a globalized world at the 2014 Globalization, Gender and Development Conference at the University of Oregon.
The insights and debates inspired by the fields of women and development (WID) and gender and development (GAD) have since been applied to subjects beyond outside the traditional domains of World Bank development interventions and governmental projects – including grassroots alternative visions of development, non-governmental organizations, sex workers’ exploitation and self-initiatives, and gendered state management of the poor and women’s responses, to name just a few.
The 2014 Globalization, Gender and Development conference is intended to reflect on these advances as well as consider future directions. It aims to further revitalize this field by challenging scholars to consider the ways in which transnational flows of capital, people, and information affect gendered processes and visions of development, broadly conceived.
For a complete listing of events and speakers, visit Globalization, Gender and Development Conference site.
This event was made possible by the generous support of:
Women’s and Gender Studies
Latin American Studies
Office of International Affairs
Oregon Humanities Center
Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics
Confucius Center for Global China Studies
Office of Research, Innovation and Graduate Education
The Center for Asian and Pacific Studies
Carlton and Wilberta Ripley Savage Endowment for International Relations and Peace
Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies
School of Journalism and Communication
Office of the Vice President for Institutional Equity and Inclusion
College of Arts and Sciences Program Grant