Feminisms Within and Without, July 7-9, 2005
Papers Submitted
  • Abernathy, Jessica (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA)
    “Subversive Voices  and Rebellious Muses: Reinvented Women in the Poetry of Eavan Boland and Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill”
  • Bertolino, Elisabetta (School of Law, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK)
    “Is there such a thing as a Mediterranean Feminism? A Contribution from the Margin”
  • Brandabur, Clare, Dr. (Dooup University, Istanbul, Turkey)
    “Women's Image Transformed: The Sufism of Ibn’ Arabi”
  • Burke, Colleen Z. (Syndey, Australia)
    Abstract 1: “Looking over my shoulder-from a work in progress”
    Abstract 2: “Marie E.J. Pitt-poet and socialist”
  • Cavallaro, Daniela (University of Auckland, New Zealand)
    “Thirty Years After: Re-reading a Classic of Italian Feminism”
  • Cederman, Kaye, Dr. (Ballina, Ireland)
    “Hyper-Autistic? Rethinking Autism in the 21st Century”
  • Charles, Suzanne (The University of the West Indies, Kingston, West Indies)
    “The Femine Divine: Reclaiming female Power through an understanding of the female life cycle”
  • Chikalova, Irina, Dr. (Belarus State Pedagogical University, Belarus)
    “Research On and Researches of Women's History in Belarus”
  • Córdoba, María Sierra, (University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
    “Women or man? Neither, I am a translator: A ‘woman-interrogated’ approach to translation.”
  • De Gregorio-Godeo, Eduardo. Dr. (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)
    “Language and Masculinity Studies: 'within' or 'without' Feminist Linguistics?”
  • Delaney, Siobhán (University College Cork, Ireland)
    “Republican women TDs in Early Twentieth Century Ireland.”
  • Dempsey, Mary (Ireland)
    “Entering the Text: A Travelogue”
  • Díaz Bild, Aída (University of La Laguna, Tenerife, Canary Islands)
    “The Father and Daughter: ‘A Simple, Moral Tale’?”
  • Dowling, Maura (National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland)
    “Reflexivity: feminist research and beyond”
  • Falahi, Roya
    “Islam, Women and Feminism: Some Observations of a Muslim Feminist”
  • Faramarzi, Mahbobeh, Esmailzadeh, Seddigheh and Mosavi, Shokofeh
    “A comparison of abused and non-abused women's opinions of the definition of domestic violence and male dominance.”
  • Fernhout, Janneke (Cardiff University, Wales)
    “The Fun Fearless Female”
  • Greene, Linda (WERRC, University College Dublin, Ireland)
    "Sport, Lesbianism and the Validation of the Female Athlete"
  • Jeo, Noella (Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA)
    Untitled abstract
  • Krajewski, Sandra, Prof. (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA)
    Abstract 1:  “Women's Studies in Action: Keeping Social Change at Center.”
    Abstract 2:  “Working to End Patriarchal Violence by Moving the Classroom into the Community”
  • Kuhn, Devin (Pasadena California, USA)
    “The Art of Women's Moral Agency”
  • Marno, Frances (Auckland, New Zealand)
    Abstract 1: “Antipodean Queer: A Performance Piece”
    Abstract: 2 “Down-Under Discord: A critical look at New Zealand's gender-biased art environment”
  • McGrath, Yvonne (National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland)
    “From Bump to Baby: Fetal Imaging and the Creation of Knowledge.”
  • McLeod, Aorewa (University of Auckland, New Zealand)
    “'There is no theory that walks like a Melanesian': Recent Writing by Maori and Pacific Island Women”
  • Obayuwna, Itohan Mercy, (Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Nigeria)
    “Gender, Race, Ethnicity, and Class in the Context of Globalization”
  • O’Donoghue, Mary (Babson College, Boston, USA)
    “Disgusting Ventriloquism: The Short Story as a Site for Transgender Experiment in Narrative Voice”
  • O’Dowd, Ornaith (CUNY Graduate Centre, USA)
    “Progressive Politics and the ethics of care”
  • O’Reilly, Andrea, Dr. (York University, Toronto, Canada)
    Abstract 1: “"The Motherhood Memoir from 1976-2003:From the Political to the Personal”
    Abstract 2: “Modeling and Mentoring Feminism: Feminist Child-Rearing as Activism”
  • Owens, Gayle, Dr. (PhD, Texas, USA)
    “The Feminine Connection: Freeing the Female Psyche”
  • Palmer, Julie (University of York, UK)
    “Sonography and Family Photography”
  • Pati, R.N. Prof (IK Foundation of India, India)
    “Reproductive Health Issues, Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Choice of young mothers in Rural Orissa: An Anthropological Appraisal”
  • Perez, Eva, Dr. (University of the Balearic Islands, Spain)
    “Feminism in Divergent Lights: Mary Wollstonecraft vs. Godwin’s Memoirs of Mary Wollstonecraft”
  • Power, Mary (University of New Mexico, USA)
    “My dream of you as a Feminist Panoramic Novel”
  • Prescott, Tara (Claremount Graduate University, USA)
    Abstract 1: “Letters to a Young Poet: Correspondences with Medbh McGuckian”
    Abstract 2: “Adapting The Gaze: From ‘Lolita’ and ‘A Clockwork Orange’ to the ‘English Patient’”
  • Reidy, Theresa & Buckley, Fiona (University College Cork, Ireland)
    “Biased Balloting: An Investigation of the Role of Gender in Voter Choice”
  • Rhoades, Georgia (Appalachian State University, Boone, USA)
    “Feminist Writing for Performance: The Images that Speak to Us”
  • Ryan, Lorraine (University of Limerick, Ireland)
    “A case apart: the evolution of Spanish feminism.”
  • Side, Katherine, Dr. (Mount Saint Vincent University, Nova Scotia, Canada)
    “Surfing Feminism's Third Wave?”
  • Smyth, Ailbhe (WERRC, University College Dublin, Ireland)
    “Gendering on Down: Reflecting on the Current State of Feminist Politics in Ireland.”
  • Taylor, Yvette (University of Huddersfield, UK)
    “Not just a Niche Market: Researching working- class lesbians”
  • Teboh, Bridget (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, La Crosse, USA)
    Abstract 1: “Who is it?: The Many Identities of this Researcher”
    Abstract 2; “Rituals, Ritualized Activities and the Empowerment of Women in Moghamoland, Cameroon”
    Abstract 3: “Herstory: Biography of a Woman Politician and Religious Personality”