Congratulations, Dr. Laura Schwartz

The History of Feminism Network is delighted to announce the successful completion by Laura Schwartz, one of our founding members, of her doctoral thesis at the University of East London, on ‘Infidel Feminism: Religion, Secularism and Women’s Rights in England circa. 1830 to 1889’. Congratulations Laura!

CfP – Black Woman and the Radical Tradition (New York, USA)

“Black Woman and the Radical Tradition”: National Conference, March 28, 2009, New York City The Graduate Center for Worker Education and the Departments of Africana Studies and Political Science, Brooklyn College, CUNY call for papers and participation in a national conference honoring and examining the tradition of 20th century radicalism among black woman and the…

New article in the history of feminism – ‘he Politics of Feminist Autobiography: Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s Eighty Years and More as Ideological Manifesto’

Title: The Politics of Feminist Autobiography: Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s Eighty Years and Moreas Ideological Manifesto Author: Lisa Shawn Hogan Journal: Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal Link: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a906483716~db=all?jumptype=alert&alerttype=new_issue_alert,email

Seminar (French, France) – Atelier Genre et Histoire: Wollstonecraft, Tristan, Woolf

[HoFN: another exciting seminar in Paris through the dynamic association EfiGies] ATELIER GENRE ET HISTOIRE Les historien-ne-s mènent l’enquête: le genre en quête de sources, les sources sous l’oeil du genre L’atelier Genre et Histoire est un espace de travail et d’échange autour des sources de l’histoire des femmes et du genre dans le but de confronter…

Seminar – Conflict and Collaboration: Women’s Liberation Movements in Historical and Comparative Perspective (London, UK)

   Conflict and Collaboration: Women’s Liberation Movements in Historical and Comparative Perspective   Friday 13th February 2009 Room 101 Clore Management Centre, Birkbeck College  10am – 5pm (Registration 9.30am)    This colloquium seeks to document and analyse the Women’s Liberation Movements (WLMs) of the 1970s. Women’s Liberation created new networks for political and personal collaboration that aimed…