CfP – Going Public: Cross-disciplinary perspectives on presenting women’s history (Edmonton, Canada)

Going Public: Cross-disciplinary perspectives on presenting women’s history October 22-24, 2009 Edmonton, Alberta Presented by the Canadian Association for Women’s Public History This symposium considers the complex and creative ways in which women’s history is presented in public contexts. Participants are encouraged to approach this issue from diverse perspectives. Topics could include, but are not…

Funding – School of Advanced Study, London

The School of Advanced Study, University of London, is pleased to announce a number of funding opportunities across its range of postgraduate taught Master’s courses and research degree programmes (commencing October 2009) in subjects spanning the humanities and social sciences, including: – History (including cultural and intellectual history, history of the Americas, history of art,…

London Group Seminar – ‘George Eliot and Her ‘Feminist’ Past: Sympathetic Readings of Mary Wollstonecraft and Madame de Sablé’

The London Group of the History of Feminism Network will meet on Wednesday 18 February for its fourth seminar of the year in the Activities Room of the The Women’s Library from 5:30 to 7:30. We will be discussing a paper by Kyriaki Hadjiafxendi of Exeter University: ‘George Eliot and Her ‘Feminist’ Past: Sympathetic Readings of Mary Wollstonecraft and Madame de Sablé ‘. …

Call for Papers – ESSHC 2010

  The European Social Science History Conference (ESSCH) is the largest Europe based conference for historians and social scientists in all fields, gathering more than 1000 participants every second year.  The next European Social Science History Conference will take place in Ghent , Belgium , from the 13th to the 16th of April 2010.  The Gender and Women Network is one…