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In the fall of 2003, the Scripps College Humanities Institute will be holding a semester-long program on “Poverty.” Throughout the term, we hope to address a number of issues involving the history of poverty and poor relief, social policy and social activism, narratives of inequality and the documentary tradition, the gendering of poverty, health and inequality, food and hunger, inequality and development. The program includes a conference on Women and Poverty in U.S., co-sponsored and co-organized with Intercollegiate Women's Studies.

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