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2015 US Speaking Tour
Women Studies Scholar Norma Vasallo Barrueta
April 18-June 6, 2015

It is a great pleasure to co-sponsor with WILPF (Women's International League for Peace and Freedom) the visit of Dr Norma Vasallo Barrueta, Professor of Social Psychology and Director of the Women and Gender Studies program at the University of Havana. Her US Speaking Tour from April 18 to June 6 includes a presentation at the XXXIII International Congress of the Latin America Studies Association (LASA) in Puerto Rico from May 27 to 30.
Her tour includes visits to six US cities and topics for her presentations include (but are not limited to):
1) Achievements and challenges of Cuban women past and present; 2) Impact of economic changes in Cuba for Cuban women and their families; 3) Cuban women's identity through different generations; 4) The development of Psychology as a discipline in Cuba; 5) Her new book: Ecos distantes, voces cercanas, miradas femeninas (Distant Sounds, Nearby Voices, Feminist Viewpoints)
Please contact Caridad Morales at cnussa@towson.edu with any questions about Dr. Vasallo's scheduling.

2015 US Women's Delegation to Cuba!
Delegation Dates: November 13-22
Join us in Santiago de Cuba and Havana!

Given the dramatic new commitment to restored diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba, we are so excited to be leading this Delegation to Advance Women's Human Rights, Racial Justice and Community Development in Cuba. This delegation will give us an early look at how women and all Cubans are experiencing the impacts of these changes. We are seeking US women with a diverse array of experiences to join us for a delegation that will allow you to explore ideas and projects in your respective area of interests, field or professional arena with Cuban women counterparts.
Updates: Below, see revised Delegation Flyer and Application Form. We are happy to try to answer any specific questions you have.
Email us at 2015delegation@gmail.com for details and deadlines to apply.
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