Call for Papers: Applied Feminism Today

September 22, 2015 at 2:44 pm Leave a comment

The University of Baltimore School of Law‘s Center on Applied Feminism presents its ninth Annual Feminist Legal Theory Conference, Applied Feminism Today, March 4, 2016.  Abstracts are due by Oct. 30, 2015. About half the presenter slots will be reserved for authors who commit to publishing in the annual symposium issue of the University of Baltimore Law Review. 

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Topics: Calls for Papers; Conferences & Symposia; Gender & Sexuality Law.


Entry filed under: Calls for Papers, Conferences and Symposia, Gender & Sexuality Law.

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