JFB Keynoting N.E. Women’s Studies Ass’n Conference 3/31

Hey, New England Fem-a-teers.  I’m delivering the keynote address this Saturday, March 31, at 12:30 PM, at the New England Womens’ Studies Association Conference.  The talk title is “STUCK IN THE MIDDLE WITH YOU: Parenthood in Three Genders.”

The theme of this years conference is:  IDENTITY • MEMORY • TESTIMONY

Here’s a link to the conference’s home page; that site also provides a complete conference schedule.  Events kick off Friday afternoon with a walking tour of Maine Women Writer’s History in Portland.

Hope to see you there!

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