CfP deadline looming – Thinking through time and history in feminism (Birkbeck, UK)

“Thinking Through Time and History in Feminism” Birkbeck, University of London, 23 March 2012 Keynote Speakers: Rebecca Coleman (Sociology, Lancaster University) & Lynne Segal (Psychosocial Studies, Birkbeck) There has been an emergent call within the field of gender and feminist studies to consider themes that might be broadly situated under the umbrella term of “temporality”.…

New Article – The deinstitutionalization of feminism and the survival of women’s organizing in Canada by Kathleen Rogers and Melanie Knigth

Women’s Studies International Forum Volume 34, Issue 6, Pages 479-614, November-December 2011 Modify or Remove My Alerts “You just felt the collective wind being knocked out of us”: The deinstitutionalization of feminism and the survival of women’s organizing in Canada Original Research Article Pages 570-581 Kathleen Rodgers, Melanie Knight

CfP – Moving Dangerously: Women & Travel, 1850-1950. April 2012 (Newcastle University, UK)

Moving Dangerously: Women and Travel, 1850-1950 Conference Website: http://movingdangerously.wordpress.com/ For the latest updates, follow Moving Dangerously on Twitter: @moving2012 Moving Dangerously: Women and Travel, 1850-1950 13-14 April 2012, Newcastle University Conference Call for Papers Keynote Speakers: Alexandra Peat (University of Toronto) Avril Maddrell (University of the West of England) The period between 1850 and 1950…

Job – Freelance Exhibition Researcher (Women’s Library, London, UK)

Freelance opportunity: Exhibition Researcher Project: The Women’s Library Treasures Exhibition Application Deadline: 21.11.2011 Aim: Develop and deliver an exhibition which celebrates the 10th anniversary of the opening of The Women’s Library. February 2012 sees the 10th anniversary of the opening of The Women’s Library on its current site at London Metropolitan University. This anniversary exhibition…