Rachel Jackson
Women's Studies

The Association for Women in Psychology (AWP): 29th Annual Feminist Psychology Conference

Perspectives on Women's Well Being: Feminist Psychology, Science, and Practice
February 26-29, 2004
Philidelphia, PA

AWP is a scientific and educational feminist organization devoted to reevaluating and reformulating the role of psychology/mental health in women's lives. At our 2004 conference, we will examine the intersections of mental, physical, economic, political, sexual, and spiritual health of women from feminist, psychological and activist perspectives. In our exploration, we will devote time to health and wellness, girls and adolescence, sexuality and sexual orientation, neurology and physiology, and social class.

If you would like to volunteer or would like more information, please contact:
Ruth L. Hall (ruthhall@tcnj.edu)
Angela R. Gillem (ar.Gilloyd@verizon.net)
Lois Benishek (

Conference website: http://www.webmavens.org/awp2004/location.htm
AWP website: http://www.awpsych.org


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