London Group Meeting – 04/03 – ‘Fighting the “over-sexed” nation: patriotic feminism in Great War Britain’

The London Group of the History of Feminism Network will meet on 04 March 2008 to discuss a paper by Marc Calvini-Lefebvre of Goldsmiths, University of London: ‘Fighting the “over-sexed” nation: patriotic feminism in Great War Britain’. Please email history.feminism@googlemail.com if you would like to read Marc’s paper in advance of the meeting. Advertisements

Women’s Library (London) Events Programme 2008

The Women’s Library’s events programme for Spring/Summer 2008 is now booking. Coming up soon is the ‘Out of the Archives’ series, exploring the lives of inspiring women whose papers the Library holds. Judith Bourne will be talking about Helena Normanton on 6 March, Jennian Geddes discusses Louisa Garrett Anderson on 10 April, and Sheila Rowbotham…

Conference Announcement (Harvard): Gender in International History

The Eighth Annual Harvard Graduate Student Conference on International History will be on March 14-15, 2008 at the Center for European Studies (27 Kirkland Street), Harvard University. The theme this year is Gender in International History.  Free and open to the public.  For more information about the conference, please email conih@fas.harvard.edu or visit the website:…

Call for Papers: 7th European Feminist Research Conference (Netherlands)

 7th European Feminist Research Conference (Utrecht June 4-7 2009):  Gendered Cultures at the Crossroads of Imagination, Knowledge and Politics   Submission of abstracts and registration:  Abstracts should have not more than 300 words and can only be submitted (uploaded) once you have registered yourself at this page: http://parthen-impact.com/eventure/welcome.do?type=abstract&congress=66_730.    Paper proposals have to refer to two of…

Upcoming History Lab events (London)

27th Feb, 5.30pm in IHR Common Room, ‘What I Know Now that I Wish I’d Known Then: In Conversation with David Cannadine’. Come and hear one of Britain’s best-known historians reflect on a career in the profession and offer his advice to postgrads hoping to make in academia today. No need to rsvp for this…