This event is free and open to the public.
Keynote Address: Professor Kim Warren, History Department, University of Kansas at 7PM on March 10 "Citizenship Before the Women's Suffrage Amendment: African American and Native American, Rights and Resistance"
9AM-4PM March 10 Students' Showcase: papers, art, posters, and other projects
7PM March 10 Keynote by Dr. Warren
9AM-12PM March 11 Creative Concourse: poetry, skits, stories
Publications available at Wichita State University Libraries are listed below.
Individual students, groups and community members are invited to submit abstracts/proposals to present papers, posters, art works, dialogues, skits, and other projects at the summit. The proposal should be 100-200 words describing the presentation (type, subject, theme and purpose). Presentations that focus on the following topics will be given priority:
Submit your Proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org We are accepting abstracts until February 20, 2020.
For more information, go to the Women's Studies’ website or call the Women's Studies office at (316) 978-3358 or Cathy Doughty at (316) 978-7165.