The Department of Political Science at Saint Louis University proudly  presents 
the 2nd Annual Conference on Gender and Politics to be held on Friday, April 26th


Featuring a Keynote Address by Catherine Hanaway

Catherine Hanaway is prominent figure in Missouri politics.  First elected to the Missouri House of Representatives in 1998, she became the first woman Speaker of the House in 2003.  After serving two years in this position, she was appointed by President Bush as the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri.  She currently serves as a partner in the Ashcroft Law firm.  


Important Dates

February 5: Application process opens 
March 15:   Application deadline
March 20:   Application Decisions announced 
April 15th:  Last day to register for the conference.  You can register for the conference by going to the registration link.
April 26th:  Conference Day

Overview
The Department of Political Science and College of Arts and Science are proud to host the 2nd conference on Gender and Politics.  The program highlights the program's "Gender and Politics" concentration for SLU's Masters of Arts in Political Science.  This program explores the social and political ramifications of gender in the U.S and World Politics.  Courses in the masters will cover issues in the law, electoral politics, race relations, international development, sustainability, and leadership.

The 1st Annual Gender and Politics Conference, held on May 4th, 2012, was a great success.  Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan served as the keynote speaker.  A conference highlight was a round table panel of black women elected officials from St. Louis.  Six academic panels, a graduate student poster session, and an author meets critic panel featuring Diana Carlin's book "Gender and the American Presidency: Nine Presidential Women and the Barriers They Faced" rounded out the conference schedule.  The event was attended by over 125 scholars, students, and public officials.  For conference photos and highlights, visit the Political Science Department's events page.      


Conference Fees

There is no cost to attend the conference. 

Questions
For questions regarding the conference or application process, please email Jason Windett and Nadia Brown.  




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