Freelance Opportunity: Exhibition Researcher/Writer or Company

With apologies for cross-posting. Freelance opportunity: Exhibition Researcher/Writer or Company The Women’s Library, London Metropolitan University Project: Working Women exhibition, autumn 2011 Application Deadline: 7 March 2011 Aim: Develop and deliver an exhibition about Women and Work Today over 13.5 million women in Britain go out to work. It is a figure that has risen…

Call for Papers – Women’s History Network Conference, 9th-11th September 2011

For details of the Call for Papers (deadline April 1) visit http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary/aboutthecollections/research/womens-history-network-conference-2011.cfm.   Friday 9th to Sunday 11th September 2011 20 Years of the Women’s History Network Looking Back – Looking Forward To be held at The Women’s Library, London Metropolitan University The conference will look at the past 20 years of writing women’s history; asking…

Call for Papers – Generations of Feminism

The editors of thirdspace: a journal of feminist theory and culture invite submissions for a themed issue of their journal, “Generations of Feminism.” We welcome papers on subjects including (but not limited to): •Contemporary and historical debates and discussions about generational divides within feminism(s) •Reflections on geographic and global distinctions within debates and discussions about…

Events at The Women’s Library

International Women’s Day Lecture: The Women’s Movement Tuesday 8 March, 7pm £8/£6 concessions To mark 100 years of International Women’s Day, historical examples of women achieving, organising or sometimes simply existing in unexpected contexts are celebrated. The talk examines significant campaigns include those demanding access to higher education in the Suffrage and Women’s Liberation Movement.…

Publication – Women Artists Between the Wars

Women artists between the wars A fair field and no favour Katy Deepwell   Starting with a critique of existing methodologies and histories of the period, this book examines the production of women artists, looking at different areas and aspects of their activities, and particularly contrasting the lives of different generations of women artists. Many…