...This year’s 41st annual SEWSA conference theme, #GENDER—Embodying, crafting, & disrupting ‘the digital’, reflects our political and methodological commitments to engaging our students and peers in and through emerging digital environments and technologies as well as reflecting on their transnational patterns and flows...

Read the President's full message from the Spring newsletter.

annual conference gratitude

We are so grateful for the tireless efforts and dedication of the conference planning committee at Kennesaw State University. This year's conference was a great success with a wonderful array of speakers, panels, and events. To all those who attended in person or live stream, thank you! It is because of you that SEWSA continues to be a successful and prominent organization. 

We look forward to seeing everyone at Clemson for SEWSA 2018! Stay in touch!

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Past-President, Dr. Alison Piepmeier
December 11, 1972 - August 12, 2016

It is with heavy hearts and deepest condolences that the SEWSA Executive Board acknowledges the passing of our former President, Dr. Alison Piepmeier. More information about her life, contributions, and options to celebrate her memory can be found here.

The Executive Board of the Southeastern Women’s Studies Association condemns recent legislation, such as North Carolina’s House Bill 2 and Mississippi’s House Bill 1523, that legally sanctions discrimination against LGBTQ populations.

Read SEWSA's full statement on recent anti-LGBTQ legislation.


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