Feminisms Within and Without, July 7-9, 2005
Welcome

'Feminisms Within and Without’, is organised by the Women’s Studies Centre at the National University of Ireland, Galway. It will take place from Thursday 7th to Saturday 9th July 2005, with registration from 12noon-2pm on the 7th July 2005. A reception will take place on Thursday evening at NUI, Galway, and a conference dinner will be held at Ard Bia on Friday evening, the 8th July. Delegates should indicate on the registration form their wish to attend this dinner which is payable on the evening.

A daily conference rate is available for Friday 8th and Saturday 9th July, please check the on-line registration form for further details. If there are delegates interested in attending only a single panel session please contact the conference administrator to check for availability, rates and further details.

The conference promises to be a very stimulating international event with delegates expected from Ireland, Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The conference provides the opportunity to bring together experts in Women's, Feminist and Gender Studies, as well as their related disciplines, to exchange ideas and information. Individual papers, as well as a small number of plenary panels, are included from many different areas of the social, political, academic and creative aspects of these field/s.

The conference programme promises to be an exciting one and, in tandem with it, will be the opportunity to experience the many arts and cultural events that are organised during July in Galway City, including the Galway Film Fleadh, Galway Arts Festival and  much more!

Galway
Galway is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city steeped in culture, rich in folklore and famous for its cobble-stoned streets, quaint shops and charming restaurants. Home to the world renowned Druid Theatre Company, Macnas Street Theatre Company and An Thaibhdhearc there is much to do in this wonderful city and Galway boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. The landscape leaves one breathless from the prehistoric fort of Dun Aengus, the most westerly point in Europe to Connemara and the Burren in nearby County Clare.