Join Us For Something New: Consortium Seminar on Gendered Political Economies of War and Peacebuilding

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Date: 
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 (All day) to Monday, December 1, 2014 (All day)
Description: 
 
In tandem with this year's Speaker Series, the Consortium will hold a series of research seminars, affording faculty and graduate students the opportunity for in-depth engagement with our speakers and each other.  The thematic focus for the year will be The Gendered Political Economies of War and Peacebuilding.
 
So come for the speaker events, and stay for the chance to engage with the speakers on their research, bringing perspectives from your own!
 
We hope that many of you will find it useful to engage in this year-long, in depth conversation. Please note, though, that you needn’t be able to attend all of the meetings to participate. 
 
If you have colleagues whom you think might be interested in the Consortium Seminar on Gendered Political Economies of Peacebuilding, please either forward this invitation, or send their contact details to us at: anna.sullivan@umb.edu.   
 
We look forward to seeing you at this Fall’s events!

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