Chao Center hosts ‘Communist Feminism(s)’ conference

Scholars who are working on 20th-century communist feminist history, theory and women’s movements internationally are meeting today and Saturday for a conference at the T.T. and Wei Fong Chao Center for Asian Studies’ new location on the second floor of the Mechanical Laboratory building. “Communist Feminism(s): A Transnational Perspective” is the first of four joint conferences between Rice University and Duke University. Pictured at the conference are Judy Tzu-Chun Wu (left), associate professor of history and coordinator of the Asian American Studies Program at the Ohio State University, and Tani Barlow, the W. F. Chao Professor of Asian Studies, professor of history and director of the Chao Center. Photo by Jeff Fitlow.

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