Research and Scholarship Past Programs

 

The Research and Scholarship component of CWIL is a think tank where the best minds come together to augment knowledge about the way human cultures interact and about the roles of women in today's global reality.  Highlights of some of our programs are listed below.  For more information on Research and Scholarship click here.

2010

CWIL Conference 2010: Women as Intercultural Leaders: Imagination, Innovation, Integrity

Keynote speaker Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, President Spelman College "Educating Tomorrow's Global Women Leaders"


Nicholas Kristof, Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist

2009

"Seven Myths of the Media" Richard Halloran, Woodrow Wilson Fellow

2007

Women as Intercultural Leaders:  Collaboration at the Crossroads
Keynote Speaker Shirin Ebadi, Nobel Peace Prize Winning Iranian Activist and Lawyer, "The Role of Women in World Peace"

This well-attended 2007 conference brought together a very diverse group of theorists, scholars, professionals, educators, community activists, practitioners, alumnae, and students to network, share best practices, and present cutting-edge work on women’s intercultural leadership.

2006

Poetas y Pintores: Artists Conversing with Verse
Twelve Visual Artists Engage with the Work of Twelve Poets
"A traveling exhibition featuring contemporary Latino art and poetry"

Poetas Y Pintores: Artists Conversing with Verse was a collaborative project sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts, initiated by the Center for Women's InterCultural Leadership at Saint Mary's College and the Institute for Latino Studies at the University of Notre Dame.



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