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LAMBDA Alliance Weekly Meeting
Join the University of Montana LAMBDA Alliance for their weekly meeting, every Tuesday  at 7 pm in UC 333. For more information visit

Planned Parenthood Leaders and Advocates Student Group Weekly Meeting
Planned Parenthood Leaders and Advocates (student group) meets every Wednesday at 5 PM in UC 216.  Planned Parenthood Advocates of Montana is looking for folks who are interested in getting involved this fall. For more information please contact Rachel Pauli at

Women's Resource Center weekly meeting
Join the Women’s Resource Center for their weekly meeting every Thursday at 6 pm in UC 216. 

“Talking Bodies: Identity, Sexuality, Representation” conference
An international, interdisciplinary conference “Talking Bodies: Identity, Sexuality, Representation”, will be held March 31 - April 2, 2015  This is the second international, interdisciplinary Talking Bodies conference, and 20-minute papers are invited on topics related to its themes. Scholars, practitioners, researchers and postgraduate students from a wide range of disciplines (art, performance, art history, social history, and history of science, literary criticism, theology, (eco)feminism, political theory, medicine, jurisprudence, and more) are invited to submit proposals. Abstracts of no more than 250 words should be emailed as word (not  pdf, please) documents to the conference organiser, Emma Rees, at Deadline for submission of abstracts is Friday October 31, 2014. For more information, please email

The Sixth International Charlotte Perkins Gilman Conference
The Sixth International Charlotte Perkins Gilman Conference, “Gilman and the Archive”, will be held June 12-14, 2015 at Schlesinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA. The Schlesinger holds a rich collection of Gilman’s papers, including letters and drawings, as well as the entire run of her periodical, The Forerunner. A selection of Gilman-related materials will be on exhibition as part of the conference. Charlotte Perkins Gilman, a descendent of the prominent New England Beecher family, was an author, journalist, editor, and lecturer. While she is best known for her story, “The Yellow Wall-Paper,” and her book, Women and Economics, Gilman published more than a dozen books and edited her own periodical. Over the course of her prolific career, she helped to shape the cultural conversation on a range of issues, including feminism, socialism, birth control, eugenics, interior design, and animal rights. Her biography, which involved the infamous “rest cure,” divorce, and suicide, also invites us to consider the available life narratives for public women at the fin-de-siecle. Please submit 250-word abstracts paper or panel proposals to by December 15th, 2015. Proposals should include brief author bios. Queries welcome.

University of Wyoming Spring 2015 English Conference
The University of Wyoming English Department is pleased to announce its fourth annual interdisciplinary conference, March 27–28, 2015. This year's theme is "The Brain is Wider than the Sky: the relationship between memory and identity," and we are excited to host Dr. Jeffery Means and author Sonja Livingston as our dual keynote speakers.  The conference will be held at The Hilton Garden Inn 2229 Grand Ave, Laramie WY. The University of Wyoming encourages all applicants with compelling research regarding memory and identity. For more information or to submit proposals, please contact with "The Brain is Wider Than the Sky CFP" as its subject. Proposal deadline is January 1, 2015, and conference candidates will receive an invitation of acceptance no later than February 1, 2015.

Department of Women’s & Gender Studies

Liberal Arts 138A | Missoula, MT 59812

Co-Directors: Elizabeth Hubble & Anya Jabour | 406-243-4100 |

Office Contact: Jamie Boschee

406–243–2584 or 243–4100 |