There are six sections to this paper. I begin by introducing the history and goals of The Global Women’s History Project and the Inaugural Conference reviewed in this paper. Second, I introduce the central theme of the paper, the geo-politics of race, and discuss the relevance of this theme to the outcome of the conference. Third, I explain my use of the term race. In the fourth section I introduce excerpts from delegates’ talks expanding on the areas of challenge to coalition building- race, class, and taking responsibility for history- as well as documenting the successes of coalition building. Section five reviews strategies for resolving conflict introduced by delegates. In conclusion I return to and further develop the theme of race with which I began.
Young, Elise G.
"The Geopolitics of Race: Women from Palestine, Israel, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland Meet,"
Journal of International Women's Studies: Vol. 2:
3, Article 2.
Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/jiws/vol2/iss3/2