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Women and Gender Studies

Diverse Women's Summit 2020

Theme: Expanding Equality

March 10-11, 2020 all events in Beggs Ballroom, Rhatigan Student Center, Wichita State University

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

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Dr. Kim Warren, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Kansas

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:

  • Research on issues of special populations
  • Citizenship before and after the suffrage
  • Gender-based violence
  • Celebration

Submit your Proposal to 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.

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