Gender, Globalization and Militarism Conference

February 1, 2005 - February 4, 2005
Mānoa Campus, Crawford Hall 105

The Women's Studies Program cordially invites you to join us in thinking about gender, globalization and militarism, a conference for the university and the community with Cynthia Enloe and Teresia Teaiwa. All events are free and open to the public.

Conference dates: Feb. 1–4. The conference consists of three events:

1. Keynote Addresses: Enloe, Clark University: "How Do You Know if You're Militarized? Some Feminist Clues" and Teaiwa, Victoria University: "Globalizing Forces: Militarism and Gender in Oceania."

Tuesday, Feb. 1, 3–5 p.m., Crawford 105; reception following in Gallery 721, Saunders 721

2. Roundtable discussion: "How can we integrate gender and militarism into our understanding of globalization?" with Enloe, Teaiwa, and Women's Studies Rockefeller scholars Gwyn Kirk, Vivian Price, Nancy Riley and Judith Raiskin.

Wednesday, Feb. 2, 3–5 p.m., Crawford 105

3. Women's Studies Colloquia Series: Enloe, "What Does a Feminist Curiosity Reveal about the U.S. War in Iraq?" and Teaiwa, "Solidarity and Fluidarity: Feminism as product and productive force for Regionalism in the Pacific."

Friday, Feb. 4, 12:30–2:30 p.m., Saunders 624

Please join us!

Event Sponsor
Women's Studies Program, Manoa

More Information
Kathy Ferguson, 956-8835,

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