Join the Feminist Development sub-section!

Feminist Development is one of three subsections of Sociology of Development. Membership is open to all section members.

Why should section members join us? Feminist Development brings together scholars and professionals who recognize that many development approaches continue to sideline women, girls, and other marginalized groups, articulate and affirm feminist approaches to development, seek more holistic understanding of the power dynamics informing development, and support collaboration across difference. The Subsection provides a platform for interacting in person and virtually to exchange information and resources on feminist development.

Subsection Leadership                                                                                                                 

Co-chairs: Rae Lesser Blumberg, University of Virginia; Arizona State University and  Firuzeh Shokooh Valle, Franklin & Marshall College                                                                              

Past Co-chairs: Jennifer Keahey, Arizona State University and Kristy Kelly, Columbia University and Drexel University                                                                                                                               

Secretary Treasurer: Devparna Roy, Nazareth College of Rochester                                  

Council: Amira Karaoud, Independent Scholar; Susan Lee, Boston University; Marcia Texler Segal, Advances in Gender Research

To join the Subsection and participate on our listserv email co-chair Firuzeh Shokooh Valle (fshokooh@fandm.edu).

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