Women’s Conference Speakers Available for Interviews, Bookings
February 6, 2007
Myra Marx Ferree, Jan Monk and Jane Roberts Available prior to women's conference
WHO: Myra Marx Ferree, Jan Monk and Jane Roberts
WHAT: Media availability for newspaper, television and radio interviews
WHEN: Today through Feb. 23
WHERE: By phone, by appointment prior to the event or during the 23rd Annual All
University Conference on the Advancement of Women in Higher Education at Texas Tech
University’s Student Union Building.
EVENT: Ferree is the Martindale-Bascom professor of sociology and director of the
Center for German and European Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She
will discuss the opportunities for insight and the challenges facing teachers who
do not want to make American experience the center of feminist analysis for themselves
or their Women’s Studies students. She can be reached by email at email@example.com
or by phone at (608) 263-5204.
Jan Monk, research social scientist emerita in women’s studies at the University of
Arizona and former executive director of the Southwest Institute for Research on Women,
researches and teaches about women’s lives internationally. She says that exploring
women as the agents of change is important, even as people recognize the constraints
and discrimination they face. She can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
and by phone at (520) 621-3836.
Jane Roberts, co-founder of the grassroots effort called 34 Million Friends of the
United Nations Population Fund. After the Bush administration chose not to release
$34 million allocated by Congress in 2002 for the United Nations Population Fund,
Roberts helped organize an online, word-of-mouth movement to raise that money a dollar
at a time. She will discuss the movement and its importance to women in developing
nations. She can be reached by email at JulianRob@aol.com or by phone at (909) 793-4578.
CONTACT: Esther Sundell Lichti, coordinator, Office of Women’s Studies, Texas Tech
University, (806) 742-4335, email@example.com; or Charlotte C. Dunham, director,
Office of Women's Studies, Texas Tech University, (806) 742-4335, charlotte.dunham@ttu.