Women and the History of International Thought: An Interdisciplinary Conference Call for Papers Organized by the Leverhulme Trust Research Project on Women and the History of International Thought May 6-7, 2022 Learn more at https://whit.web.ox.ac.uk/event/conference-2022.
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The Warren Center at Harvard is hosting a version of a Berks 2020 roundtable virtually on Monday, April 19, 2021: Monday, April 19, 3:45-5:45 p.m. Feeding Family and Community: African American Women Farmers and the Long Fight for Environmental Justice in the Midwest, 1790-2021 Moderated by Allison Puglisi (Harvard University) Opening Remarks by sadada (embodied […]
The Institute for Historical Studies in the Department of History invites you to: “CLIMATE IN CONTEXT: HISTORICAL PRECEDENTS & THE UNPRECEDENTED” Annual Conference. April 22-23, 2021. Streaming online. Free and Open to the Public. This conference brings together diverse scholars whose work grapples with the challenges that climate change presents to the discipline of history. […]
In dedication to the lifetime efforts and achievements of Arlene “Lena” Feiner, the Working Men’s Institute (WMI), in cooperation with the Friends of the Working Men’s Institute (FWMI) has established an annual research grant. This grant has been made possible by the generosity of the Efroymson Family Fund. As an active resident of the town […]
The Journal of Women’s History is sharing one article and one Historical Practices essay open-access from the Winter 32:4 issue of the JWH. Please spread the news far and wide, especially to those who may not have access to U.S. journals. You can read the articles either by following the links on the JWH site, […]
The Gloria Naylor Archive invites paper and panel proposals for a symposium on Gloria Naylor’s public and private writing and on Black feminist archival methodologies more broadly. From her award-winning The Women of Brewster Place (1982) to her fictionalized memoir 1996 (2005), Gloria Naylor’s literary production spanned more than two decades. In her nuanced portrayals […]