Draft of June 26, 2002

Preliminary Program

International Association for Feminist Economics

Conference on Feminist Economics

Occidental College, Los Angeles, California

July 12-14, 2002

Brought to you by the IAFFE Program Committee: Randy Albelda, Nancy Folbre, Jennifer Olmsted, Mary King, Jean Shackelford, Mary Young , with thanks to Barbara Krohn and Kade Finoff.

The Conference is sponsored by IAFFE, the Economics Department and The Urban and Environmental Policy Institute at Occidental College.

Please contact Barbara Krohn ( bkrohn@bucknell.edu ) regarding corrections and late registration. If your name appears on this program but you are not planning on attending, please let us know as soon as possible.


Currently Scheduled Meetings:

Thursday, July 11

11:30AM-12:30PMPublications Committee Meeting over Lunch
12:45-1:45PM Associate Editors Meeting
2:00PM-5:00PM IAFFE Board Meeting
6:00PM Finance/Fundraising Committee

Friday, July 12

9:00-12:00 Journal retreat
9:30-12:00 Pedagogy and International Committees
12:00-1:30 Board lunch--past and current board members


FRIDAY, 12:00 PM Registration Begins

FRIDAY, 2:00-3:30 PM

1. Roundtable: Solving America's Child Care Problem: Is There a Way Out?

Chair: Suzanne Helburn, University of Colorado at Denver, emerita

Barbara Bergmann, American University and University of Maryland, emerita
Denise Dowell, Organizing Director and Co-president, United Child Care Union
Janet Hansen, Committee for Economic Development
Agneta Stark, Linköpings University

2. The World Bank Report Engendering Development, I: Evaluating Policies

Chair: Lourdes Beneria, Cornell University

Cheryl Doss, Yale University, "On Development Strategies for Women in Africa"
Rose-Marie Avin, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, "Engendering Development: Rhetoric versus Reality"
Cecilia Lopez, United Nations, "Gender Equity: A Political Economy Issue"

3. Mexican Women and Migration

Chair: Alicia Girón, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Elaine Levine, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, "Mexican Women and Migration to the U.S."
Marina Chávez Hoyos and Patricia Rodríguez Lopez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, "Permanence and Change Within International Feminine Migration in Mexico"
Alicia Girón, and Maria Luisa González Marín, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, "Women and Migration: From a Theoretical Perspective to the Mexican Case"

4. Globalization and Restructuring

Chair: Nancy Hartsock, University of Washington

Nancy Hartsock, University of Washington, "Women as Emblematic Workers in the New Global Economy"
Karin Astrid Siegmann, University of Bonn, "Foreign Capital Effects on Gender Inequality: A Decomposition of Gender Wage Differentials in Indonesia"
Kate Bezanson, Brock University, "Gender and Social Reproduction: Tracking the Effect of Neo-Liberal Restructuring on Households"
Jennifer Ball, Washburn University School of Business, "The Effects of Neoliberal Structural Adjustment on Women's Relative Employment in Latin America"

5. Occupational Segregation Among U.S. College Graduates

Chair: Marianne Ferber, University of Illinois, emerita

Gayle Reznick, State University of New York at Stonybrook, "The Narrowing of the Gender Wage Gap between the 1980s and 1990s?"
Lois Joy and Sirma Tunali, Smith College, "Occupational Differences of Recent College Graduates"
Catherine Weinberger, University of California at Santa Barbara, "Preliminary Results of the College and Career Choices Study"
Myra Strober, Stanford University, and Jihyun Lee, Stanford University, "Occupational Segregation in Academia"

6. Political Economy and Lesbian/Gay/Bi Issues

Chair: Mary King, Portland State University

Lee Badgett, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, "Variations on an Equitable Theme: International Same-Sex Partner Recognition Laws"
Nancy Rose, California State University; San Berrnadino "Expanding Conceptions of Family: Families in the Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender Community"
Stacy Sneeringer, University of California-Berkeley, "The Definition of Family in the United States Census: Two-Adult Same-Sex "Unrelated" Households Between 1900 and 1990"

3:30 PM: Coffee Break

FRIDAY 4:00-6:00 PM


Official welcome to the conference.

Welcome to Occidental College, Arthe Anthony, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of the College and Professor in American and Women's Studies, Occidental College

Music: Paula England and Ann Ferguson

PLENARY PRESENTATIONS: "Globalization, Feminism and Activism"

Julianne Malveaux, Last Word Productions
Stephanie Luce, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Naila Kabeer, University of Essex

7:00 PM Dinner at Korean Restaurant. Buses will be available for transportation

SATURDAY 8:30-10:00AM

7. The World Bank Report Engendering Development, II: Examining Assumptions

Chair: Carmen Diana Deere, University of Massachusetts

Suzanne Bergeron , University of Michigan-Dearborn, "Disciplining Gender: Culture, Institutions, and Engendering Development"
Aida Orgocka and Gale Summerfield, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, "Gender and Intrahousehold Decision-Making: Negotiating the Space Between Cultures"
Eudine Barriteau, University of West Indies, "Engendering Development or Gender Mainstreaming? A Critical Assessment from the Commonwealth Caribbean"

8. Gender and Economic History

Chair: Ann Mari May, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Ann Mari May and Elizabeth Moorhouse, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, "The Cult of Domesticity, Women, and Higher Education in the 19th Century"
Cecilia Rio, Towson University, "From Feudal Serfs to Independent Contractors: Class and African American Women's Paid Domestic Labor, 1863-1980"

9. Gender and Political Economy of Mexico and the Borderlands

Chair: Mary Young, Southwestern University

Hermelinda Tiburcio Cayetano, "Women's Ethnic Groups in Mexico"

Austreberta Nazar-Beutelspacher, Colegio de la Frontera Sur, and Emma Zapata-Martelo, Colegio de Postgraduados en Ciencias Agricolas, "Demographic Policies and Nutrition of Women: A Study of Six Communities in Chiapas, Mexico"
Anne Bonds, University of Arizona, "Gendering the Arizona-Sonora Economic Indicators: Bridging a Gap in Economic Policy and Analysis in Transborder Regions"
Nadima Simon Dominguez and Hilda Barnetche Montero, "Entrepreneurial Women in Tlaxcala, Mexico"

10. Feminist Public Policy in the U.S.

Chair: Bharati Basu, Central Michigan State University

Barbara Bergmann, American University and the University of Maryland, emerita, "Feminist Public Policy in the U.S."
Bharati Basu, Central Michigan State University, "Divorce Laws and Their Effects"
Randy Albelda, University of Massachusetts-Boston, "Mired in the Muck: Work, Marriage, U.S. Welfare Reform, and Poverty Research"
Karla Momberger, "Born Under a Bad Sign: Processes of Criminalization and Welfare Reform"

11. Starting Places: A Discussion of Feminist Economic Theory and Method

Chair: Marilyn Power, Sarah Lawrence College

Myra Strober, Stanford University, "The Application of Feminist Economics to Education"
Marianne Hill, Center for Policy Research and Planning, "Development as Empowerment"
Marilyn Power, Sarah Lawrence College, "Social Provisioning as a Starting Point for Economic Theory"
David Long and Frances Wooley, "Interdisciplinarity and Feminist Economics"

12. Film (Viewing I) "Life Interrupted: Economic Violence and Sexual Harassment," (28 minutes) followed by discussion with filmmaker Charlotte Collins, University of California-Irvine
Same as 18 below (repeating the viewing)

13. Roundtable: "Gender Responsive Budgeting Upholding Accountability, Enhancing Participation"
Innovative initiatives on Gender Responsive Budgeting in particular and on participatory budgeting in general have been able to advance the accountability of public authorities, as well as extending the
opportunity for participation for citizens. The panel will discuss the pressing questions that need to be addressed and the ways in which the linkages between development practice and feminist research can be strengthened.

Chair: Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, Director, Human Development Report Office, UNDP
Isabella Bakker, York University, Toronto, Canada
Susan Himmelweit, The Open University, UK
Tanni Mukhopadhyay, Human Development Report Office, UNDP

10:00AM-10:30 Coffee Break

SATURDAY 10:30-12:00 noon

14. Roundtable on Women of Color and Feminist Economics
The current challenge to feminist economics involves taking seriously the scholarship and lived experiences of women of color, emphasizing the intersections among race, class, and gender. This roundtable draws upon the interdisciplinary experiences of women-of-color feminists to articulate the intersectional paradigm and to sketch out the challenges and possibilities.

Chair: Rose Brewer, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

Cecelia Conrad, Pomona College
Margaret A. Villanueva, St. Cloud State University
Marlene Kim, University of Massachusetts-Boston

Julianne Malveaux, Last Word Productions

15. Feminist Ethical Dilemmas in Care, Connection, and Commodification

Chair: Paula England, Northwestern University

Ann Ferguson, University of Massachusetts, "Feminist Ethics and Politics of Motherhood and Care: Challenging the Public/Private Divide"
Gabrielle Meagher, University of Sydney, "Is it Wrong to Pay for Housework?"
Dawn Rae Davis, University of Minnesota, "(Love is) the Ability of Not Knowing: Feminist Experience of the Impossible in Ethical Singularity"
Colin Danby, University of Washington at Bothell, "Lupita's Dress: Care in Time"
Julie Nelson, Tufts University, "Feminist Philosophies of Love and Work"

16. Gender and Migration: Tools for the Quantitative Analysis of a Complex Phenomenon

Chair: Elizabeth Katz, St. Mary's College of California

Kay Andrade Eekhoff, Facultad Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales, El Salvador, "Dynamics of International Labor Migration in Rural El Salvador"
Milagros Barahona Portocarrero, International Labor Organization, "Gender, Migration and Transnationalism in Nicaragua"
Sarah Gammage, Centro de Estudios Ambientales y Sociales para el Desarrollo Sostenible, "Gender and Migration in Haiti and El Salvador"

17. Post-Modern Frontiers

Chair: S. Charusheela, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Savvina Chowdhury, University of California at Riverside, "Indigenous Economic Practices as Instances of Rupture: The Hidden Transcripts of Local Egyptian Voices"
S. Charusheela, University of Hawaii at Manoa, "Gender Subjectivity and Post-Keynesian Economics"
Francesca Bettio, M.Della Giusta, Maria Laura Di Tommaso, "The Economics of the Female Body: Another Theory of Prostitution"
Asatar Bair, University of Massachusetts, "The Big House(hold)":Non-Commodity Production and Class Processes in American Prisons"

18. Theoretical Interconnections and Political Coalitions

Chair: Julie Matthaei, Wellesley College

Ellie Perkins, York University, "Principles of Feminist Ecological Economics."
Julie Matthaei, Wellesley College, "From Hierarchical Dualism to Integrative Liberation: Thoughts on a Possible Non-Racist Non-Classist Feminist Future"
T. Prue Hyman, Victoria University, "Globalization and the International Coalition Against Terror: A New Zealand Feminist Economics Perspective"
Maigul Nugamanova, Kazakhstan,"Gender Inequality in the Economic Sphere"

19. Film (Viewing I) "Life Interrupted: Economic Violence and Sexual Harassment," (28 minutes) followed by discussion with filmmaker Charlotte Collins, University of California-Irvine
Same as12 above (repeating the viewing)

20. "Robinson Crusoe Revisited"

Chair: Ulla Grapard, Colgate University

Deirdre McCloskey, University of Illinois at Chicago, "Bourgeois Virtue in the Originating Novel"
Nitasha Kaul, University of Hull, "Friday and His master's Voice: Re/De-Scribing the Margins"
Ulla Grapard, Colgate University, " A Dismal Permutation: The Swiss Family Robinson"
Gillian Hewitson, La Trobe University, "Robinson Crusoe Lost in Space"

12:00-2:00 LUNCH

IAFFE-EUROPE will meet at lunch


21. Roundtable on Feminist Economics and Oral History

Chairs: Paulette Olson, Wright State University and Zohreh Emami, Alverno College

Lourdes Benería, Cornell University
Barbara Bergmann, American University and University of Maryland, emerita
Suzanne Helburn, University of Colorado at Boulder, emerita
Lois Shaw, Institute for Women's Policy Research
Myra Strober, Stanford University

22. Globalization and Restructuring II

Chair: Mark Brenner, Political Economy Research Institute

David Wells, Arizona State University, "Do Sweatshops have a MOM?"
Christy Harrington, American Association of University Women Postdoctoral Fellow, "Feminist Contributions to Anti-Sweatshop Agendas: Reflections From Research on the Fiji Garment Industry"
Ann Cudd, University of Kansas, "Is Globalization Bad for Women?"

23. Valuing Non-Market Work

Chair: Charlotte Koren, Norwegian Social Research

Charlotte Koren, Norwegian Social Research, and Per Richard Johansen, Statistics Norway, "The Housewives' Contribution to Economic Activity in Norway 1970-2000: A Counterfactual Analysis"
Juvencio Wing and Dinah Rodríguez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, "Socio- economic Factors in the Valorization of Domestic Labor"
Monica Serrano, University of Barcelona, "A New Input-Output Analysis: Market and Household Interdependencies"
Maribel Mayordomo, Universidad de Barcelona, "Social Reproduction and Gender Relationships"

24. Gender and Labor Markets I

Chair: Marlene Kim, University of Massachusetts-Boston

Lena Lavinas, International Labour Organization, Florence Bonnet, and Smita Barbattini
"Vulnerability and Labour Market Insecurity: Narrowing Gender Gaps in Latin America"
Elke Holst, German Institute for Economic Research, "Labor Market Attachment of Women in Germany: Significant Differences between West and East"
Mechthild Schrooten, DIW Berlin, "Women's Work for Remittances"
Marlene Kim, University of Massachusetts-Boston, "Has the Race Penalty for Black Women Disappeared in the U.S.?"
Roksana Bahramitash, "Women's Work in Iran: state, market and resistance"

25. After Relativism and Objectivism: Persisting Feminist Issues

Chair: Drucilla Barker, Hollins University

Sandra Harding, University of California at Los Angeles, "After Relativism and Objectivism: Persisting Feminist Issues"Discussants: Diana Strassmann, Rice University
S. Charusheela, University of Hawaii, Manoa

26. Increasing Compensation in the Care Sector

Chair: Randy Albelda, University of Massachusetts-Boston

Candace Howes, Connecticut College, "The Impact of a Large Wage Increase on San Francisco Homecare Workers: Results of a Survey"
Michael Ash, University of Massachusetts, and Jean Ann Seago, University of California-San Francisco, "Do Unionized Nurses Reduce Mortality?"
Laura Reif, University of California School of Nursing, and Candace Howes, Connecticut College
, "An Economic Profile of Alameda County Homecare Workers: Results of a Survey"


6:00 PM Social Hour followed by Dinner - Sycamore Glen

9:00 PM Stand up comedy performance by Emily Levine - Samuelson Pavilion

SUNDAY 8:30-10:00AM

27. Roundtable: Creating/Constructing a Feminist Philosophy of Economics
Discussion will draw from essays in the forthcoming anthology, Toward a Feminist Philosophy of Economics, evaluating the historical, philosophical, and methodological contours of feminist economics.
Chairs: Drucilla Barker, Hollins University and Edith Kuiper, University of Amsterdam

Nitasha Kaul, University of Hull
Fabienne Peter, University of Basel
Gillian Hewitson, Latrobe University
Marilyn Power, Sarah Lawrence College
Deborah Figart, Richard Stockton College
Ellen Mutari, Richard Stockton College
Sanda Harding, University of California at Los Angeles
Julie Nelson, Tufts University
Cynthia Wood, Appalachian State University

28. Globalization and Reproduction

Chair: Mary King, Portland State University

Maitreyi Das and Caren Grown, International Center for Research on Women, "Trade Liberalization, Women's Employment, and Reproductive Health: What are the Linkages and Entry Points for Research and Policy"
Kathy Farr, Portland State University, "Economics of Sex Trafficking: High Profit-Low Rise and Low-Income-High Risk"
Diane Monaco, Manchester College, "Simulations of North-South Sex Trafficking"

29. Adventures in Economic Literacy I

Chair: Kim Marie McGoldrick, University of Richmond

Jean Shackelford, Bucknell University, "But They All Know There is a Problem with Social Security..." A Report on Some Problems in Economics Literacy."
Robin Bartlett, Denison University, "Economics in Pidgin"
Kim Marie McGoldrick, University of Richmond, "Teaching by Objectives: A Twelve-Step Program"

30. Gender Budgets and Public Policy

Chair: Janet Olusi, Obafemi Awolowo University

Janet Olusi, Obafemi Awolowo University, "A Feminist Assessment of the Mechanisms for Gender Mainstreaming in Nigerian Democratic Governance"
Paloma de Villota, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, "Income Taxes in the European Union from a Gender Viewpoint,"
Donna St. Hill, United Kingdom Women's Budget Group, "Church and State: Joined at the Altar? Ethnic Minority Women and New Labour Employment Policies"

31. Gender and African Economic Development

Chair: Jeanne Koopman, Boston University

Kathleen Cloud, University of Illinois, "The Balancing Act: Gender, Production and Reproduction in a Changing Africa"
Jeanne Koopman, Boston University, "Will Wonders Never Cease? Patriarchy, Gender Training and Women Landowners in a Tanzanian Village"
Olasumbo Odebode, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, " Women, Income, and Household Bargaining in Nigeria"

32. Gender and the Informal Economy

Chair: Cecilia Conrad, Pomona College

Risikat Oladoyin Dauda, University of Lagos, "Women in Informal Textile Industry: A Case Study of South Western Nigeria
Kea Tijdens, University of Amsterdam, Tanja van der Lippe, Utrecht University, Esther de Ruijter, Utrecht University, "The Informal Economy and Women's Choices for Domestic Help"

33. The Economics of Care

Chair: Susan Himmelweit, Open University

Kari H. Eika, University of Oslo and Harvard University, "The difficult quality: Services with los quality-effective demand"
Susan Himmelweit, Open University, "Women's Choices: The Interconnections Between Attitudes and Caring Behavior"
Aine Ni Leime, National University of Ireland, "The Economics of Informal Care: Carer's Costs, Motivations and Benefits"
Seiichi Matsukawa, "The Rise of Capitalist Care Labor in Japan: A Preliminary Observation from the Labor Process Approach"


10:00-10:30AM Coffee Break

SUNDAY 10:30 AM -12:00 noon

34. Roundtable: The Rational Actor and Human Sociality: Crossing the Borders Between Feminist Economics and Anthropology
The roundtable will address approaches to understanding human behavior and well-being. Economics has traditionally started from the individual (along with all of the attendant problematic assumptions that feminist economists have found so troubling). Anthropology, on the other hand, has started from the perspective of culture and social relations. In the midst of this, feminist economists have moved towards thinking of people as living in relation (rather than as individuals), but have not drawn very explicitly from anthropological approaches. Two examples concern concepts of care and individual choice, which are approached differently by the two disciplines. Can feminist economics, anthropology (and perhaps other disciplines) enrich one another with respect to issues of relational living?

Chair: Diana Strassmann, Rice University
Stephen Gudeman, University of Minnesota
S. Charusheela, University of Hawaii
Frances Wooley, Carleton University
Susan Himmelweit, The Open University

35 Feminist Perspectives on the Welfare State

Chair: Anita Nyberg, National Institute for Working Life, Sweden

Anita Nyberg, National Institute for Working Life, Sweden, "Redesign of the Welfare State in the Twenty-First Century and Egalitarianism"
Barbara R. Bergmann, American University and the University of Maryland, emerita, "A Swedish-Style Welfare State or Basic Income: Which Should Have Priority?"
Paloma de Villota, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, "Welfare State Fiscal and Social Policy from a Gender Viewpoint"
Mary King, Portland State University, "Defining and Measuring Patriarchal Economic Regimes"
Ganna Gerasymenko, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, "Family Policy in Ukraine: Gender Aspects"

36. Contemporary Living Wage Movements: Global Perspectives

Chair: Deborah Figart, Richard Stockton College

Carolina Briones, Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy, "The Impact of the Living Wage Ordinance in Los Angeles"
Mark Brenner, Political Economy Research Institute, "The Impact of Living Wage Policies in Boston, Massachusetts"
Gabrielle Meagher and John Buchanan, University of Sydney, "The Living Wage in Australia: History, Recent Developments, and Current Debates"
Prue Hyman, Victoria University of Wellington, "Improving the Minimum Code and Other Strategies for Adequate Wages and Working Conditions in New Zealand"

37. Gender Budgets: The Mexican Case

Chair: Sarah Gammage, Centro de Estudios Ambientales y Sociales Para El Desarrollo Sostenible

Jennifer Cooper, UNAM,
"Gender Desegregated Beneficiary Assessment. Analysis of a Survey Applied in Mexico City"
Lucía Clarisa Pérez Fragoso, Colegio del Carmen Coyoacán, "The Health of the Poor: An Analysis from a Gender Perspective"

38. Property Rights and Gender Constructions

Chair: Lourdes Benería, Cornell University

Carmen Diana Deere, University of Massachusetts, and Magdalena León, "The Gender Asset Gap: Land in Latin America"
Margarita Flores, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, "Reflections on Empowering Women"
Lourdes Benería, Cornell University, "Empowering Women: Individual vs. Collective Rights to Land"

12:30-1:00 Lunch

The IAFFE Book Club will be meeting over lunch, chaired by April Aerni, to discuss Ethics for the New Millenium by the Dalai Lama (Riverhead Books/ Penguin Putnam, 1999).

THe IAFFE Pedagogy Committee will be meeting, organized by KimMarie McGoldrick.

SUNDAY 2-3:30 PM

39. Roundtable: The World Bank Report Engendering Development, III.
Exploring directions for further research and cooperation between feminist economists and the World Bank.

Chair: Drucilla Barker, Hollins University
Andrew Mason, The World Bank
Cynthia Wood, Appalachian State University
Rebecca Grynspan, Economic Commission for Latin America
Nitasha Kaul, University of Hull

40. Feminist Economic Utopias
This will be an open forum and "brainstorming" session.

Chairs: Karin Schoenpflug and Roswitha Hofmann, University of Vienna

41. Adventures in Economic Literacy II

Chair: Jean Shackelford, Bucknell University

Mark Maier, Glendale Community College, "Corporate Funding of High School Economics: Why it Matters and What Can be Done About It"
Pat Graham, University of Northern Colorado, "Making Economics the Sexy Social Science: Deja Vu All Over Again"

42. Gender and Labor Markets II

Chair: Dawn Saunders, University of Vermont

Marilyn Power, Sarah Lawrence College and Ellen Mutari and Deborah Figart, Richard Stockton College,"Beyond Markets: Wage Setting and the Methodology of Feminist Political Economy"
Dawn Saunders, University of Vermont, "This Was Never Meant to be a Career: Gender and Monopsony in Academic Labor Markets"
Elaine McCrate, University of Vermont, "Job Flexibility, Workplace Authority, and Compensating Wage Differentials"
Sarah Wilhelm, Fort Lewis College, "Who Files Discrimination Suits?"
Gulay Toksoz, University of Ankara, We Are the Few: Women in Labor Unions in Turkey"

43. Feminist Intellectual History

Chair: Edith Kuiper, European University Institute, Florence, and the University of Amsterdam

Edith Kuiper, European University Institute, Florence, and the University of Amsterdam, "Identity and Difference: W.S. Jevons' Redefinition of Economic Science and Gender"
Bruce Pietrykowski, University of Michigan-Dearborn, "Uncovering the Gendered History of Consumer and Household Economics"

44. Social Capital and Feminist Theory

Chair: Irene van Staveren, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague

Irene van Staveren, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, "Social Capital: What's In it for Feminist Economics?"
Ann Davis, Marist College, "From Subject to Citizen: From the Measured Life to Social Investment"
Mary-Beth Raddon, University of Toronto at Scarborough, "In Community We Trust: Lessons of Community Currencies"

45. Social Welfare and Human Rights

Chair: to be announced

Alejandra Arroyo and Eugenia Correa, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, "Culture and Women's Human Rights in Indigenous Communities"
Santosh Nandal, Maharshi Dayanand University, "New Partnership Between Women and Local Self-Government"
Saliwe M. Kawewe, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, "A Feminist Perspective on the Relentless Devastation of HIV/AIDS on Zimbabwean Women and Children"
Nasrin Delarizar, "An International Index of Child Welfare"

4:00 PM

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