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U.S.Agency for International Development
Office of Women in Development
Panels: National Women's Studies Conference

Broadening Women's Studies: Developing World Dimensions
(Saturday, June 2, 3:30-5:30)

Kathleen A. Staudt, Office of Women in Development

Kumud Sharma, Advisory Committee on Women's Studies, Indian Council
of Social Sciences Research
Susan Bourque, Smith College, "Smith College Project on Women & Social
Change"
Kate Cloud, University of Arizona/Harvard University, "Women & Food:
The Title XII System"
Anne Truax, University of Minnesota, "Application of Feminism to Women
in Development"
Mona Hamman, American University, "Women in Development: Al Azhar University"

Vivian Derryck, Reactor
Kathryn March, Cornell University, Reactor

U.S. & Third World Women: What are the Connections?"
(Saturday, June 2, 1:30-3:30)

Kathleen A. Staudt, Office of Women in Development

Helen Safa, Rutgers University, "Runaway Shops and the New International
Order"
Patricia Fernandez Kelley, Rutgers University/El Colegio de Mexico/Centre
de Orientacion de la Mujer Obrera, "Third World Women in Multinational
Corporations: The Mexican-American Border"
Marie Angelique Savan6, African Association of Women Researchers in
Development
Magdelena Leon de Leal, University of the Andes, Bogota/Colombian Institute
for Population Studies OR Carmen Diana Deere, University of Massachusetts,
"Rural Women's Work in the Andes"
Mayra Buvinic, International Center for Research on Women, "The Female
Headed Household"


Rae Blumberg, University of California at San Diego, Reactor











AGENDA: WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT RESEARCHER & DEVELOPMENT PRACTITIONER SESSIONS

Institutionalizing Women in Development-I
(Saturday, June 2, 8:30-11:30, Law School
Building, New Green Room 104)

ARVONNE FRASER, Coordinator, Office of Women in Development
Opening Remarks
Origins and Evolution of the Women in Development Office

PAULA GODDARD, Deputy Coordinator
Women in Development Office Activities and Needs

DISCUSSION

SESSION PARTICIPANTS: Structural Possibilities on Campuses
Women & Food: Title XII
Michigan State University: Monitoring Title XII
MUCIA

Women in Development Sponsored Panels
(Saturday, June 2, Locations to be
announced in NWSA Program)

"U.S. & Third World Women: What are the Connections?"
(1:30-3:30)

"Broadening Women's Studies: Developing World Dimensions"
(3:30-5:30)

Institutionalizing Women in Development-II
(Sunday, June 3, 8:30-11:30, Location to be
announced)

ELSA CHANEY
Women & Technical Assistance: What AID field work is like
(8:30-9:30)

WORKSHOPS. Participants will break up into four discussion groups
to discuss possibilities for outside initiatives.




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