Tamara Weinstein introduces us the book "Black Dogs and Blue Words: Depression and Gender in the Age of Self-Care" by Kimberly Emmons. A book that analyzes the rhetoric surrounding depression (via Feminist Review).
Do you love poetry? Then you should definitely have in your library the book "So Much Things to Say: 100 Calabash Poets." Poets, known and unknown from all over the world, converge in Jamaican in the Calabash International Literary Festival. The results: a fantastic anthology with 100 different poems (via Feminist Review).
On July 16, join the workshop "Business Opportunities for Minority Women-owned Business Enterprises (M/WBE)." A great chance to learn the certification requirements, how to leverage it to grow your business and more (via Asian Women in Business).
The "XVII International Association for Feminist Economics 2010 Annual Conference" happens on July 22nd in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The subject of the conference will be “Global Economic Crises and Feminist Rethinking of the Development Discourse” (via Feminist Majority).
Across the pond? The International AIDS Conference will take place in Vienna on July 18th to talk about “health or development issue explores prevention, advances in antiretroviral therapy and political accountability for access to vaccines” (via Feminist Majority).
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