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School of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs Network Meetings

Note that workbooks and reports are available for most of these meetings on request. Many of these meetings were made possible by network grants from the ESF and the NSF.

RNGS Meeting on Capstone Book. Orta, Italy. September, 2004.

RNGS Research Meeting. Three-day group meeting to present current research findings and develop RNGS data set. University of Leiden, The Netherlands. June 2003.

RNGS Research Meeting. Three-day group meeting to present current research findings and develop RNGS data set. University of Turin, Italy. November 2002.

Bridging the Quantitative-Qualitative Divide in Comparative Politics: The Women’s Policy Office Project/ Research Network on Gender, Politics, and the State (RNGS). Short course at the American Political Science Association Meeting. Boston. August-September, 2002.

RNGS Research Meeting. Three-day group meeting to present current research findings. Centre for the Advancement of Women, Queens University, Belfast. December 2001.

Approaches to the Comparative Study of Women’s Movements and the State: The Politics of Prostitution / Trafficking in Women and Hot Issues. Short course at the American Political Science Association Meeting. San Francisco, August-September 2001.

Prostitution and Trafficking as Political Issues. Co Directed by Joyce Outshoorn, Anne Maria Holli and Amy Mazur. European Consortium for Political Research Joint Sessions Workshops. Copenhagen, Denmark, April. 2000.

RNGS Research Meeting. Three-day group meeting to present updated research findings. Southampton, UK, July 1999.

Measurement Issues for RNGS. Two-day research meeting of research group. Universit√© de Paris IX–CREDEP. Paris, May 1998.

Women and Social Rights in the European Union: Job Training and the Global Economy. Center for West European Studies, University of Washington, February 1998. Lead organizer for a three day conference with a budget of $8,000.

Approaches to the Comparative Study of Gender and Policy Debates. Short course co organized by Amy Mazur and Dorothy McBride Stetson at the American Political Science Association Meeting. San Francisco, September 1996.

Comparative State Feminism. Co organized with Amy Mazur, Dorothy McBride Stetson and Joyce Outshoorn (University of Leiden) a research planning meeting for the International State Feminism Project. Leiden, the Netherlands. July 1995.

State Feminism. Workshop Co Directed by Amy Mazur and Joyce Outshoorn. European Consortium for Political Research Joint Sessions Workshops. Bordeaux, France, April 1995.

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