The Woodrow Wilson Foundation 2019 Women’s Studies Fellows list includes two CCWH members. Congratulations to: Hannah Frydman • Rutgers University-New Brunswick, history Between the Lines: Sex, Work, and Business in the Parisian Classifieds, 1881-1940 and Michaela Kleber • College of William & Mary, history Gendered Societies, Sexual Empires: Early French Colonization among the Illinois […]
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The National Council on Public History is in the midst of celebrating its 40th anniversary, and we are planning on capping the party off with our 2020 Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia! Interested in joining in on the fun? Consider submitting a proposal for the conference which will run from March 18-21, 2020. Our theme […]
The aim of the International Federation for Research in Women’s History is to encourage and coordinate research in all aspects of women’s history at an international level. The Winter 2018-2029 issue of the IFRWH Newsletter can be read and downloaded here (PDF). Please take note of the deadlines for the Berkshire Conference (in March 2019) and […]
Feminism and Capitalism – This is a call for innovative theoretical, empirical, and creative submissions about feminism and twenty-first-century capitalism. Our call is spurred by phenomena such as the millions of people displaced and relegated to invisibility as “surplus populations,” increasing debt and income inequality, rising corporate profits, persistent agrarian crises, planetary urbanization, labor precarity […]
A Message from Janet Allured, President of the Southern Association for Women Historians, on behalf of the SAWH: The Southern Association for Women Historians is sad to announce the passing of one of our co-founders, Anne Firor Scott, a native of Georgia and a pioneer of American women’s history. Her first book, The Southern Lady (1970), opened […]
The December 2018 special issue of the Caribbean Review of Gender Studies, edited by Natanya Duncan and and Reena Goldtree titled “Gender and Anti-Colonialism in the Interwar Caribbean,” is now available online. The issue examines the political ferment of the interwar period (1918–1939), tracking how gendered conceptions of rights, respectability, leadership, and belonging informed anti-colonial thought and praxis. Rather […]