CFP: Special issue of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies

CFP: Special issue of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies Gender and journalism: Women and/in the news in the nineteenth century The recent surge in scholarly interest in the nineteenth-century periodical press, hand in hand with ambitious digitization projects allowing us ever-expanding access to primary materials, has increased our ability to analyse and discuss the dynamic parameters of women’s…

CfA – Special Issue of the Journal of Women’s History on Postwar Transnational Feminisms

Call for Special Issue:  “Human Rights, Global Congresses, and the Making of Postwar Transnational Feminisms” Edited by Jean H. Quataert and Benita Roth For a special issue on “Human Rights, Global Congresses, and the Making of Postwar Transnational Feminisms,” co-edited by Jean Quataert and Benita Roth, we invite authors to submit articles that address the…

CfA – Final contributors to an Encyclopedia of the international history of feminist thought

Tiffany k. Wayne is seeking a final round of contributors for a two-volume encyclopedia of the international History of Feminist Thought to be published by ABC-CLIO (formerly Greenwood Press).  This project will include entries and primary source document excerpts on more than 200 feminist writers and thinkers across the globe and throughout time. Below is the list of final…

CfA – Celebrating Women in American History

CALL FOR AUTHORS Celebrating Women in American History 5-Volume Illustrated Reference Series Golson Media are inviting academic editorial contributors to a new series of social and cultural history reference books for the high-school and college library market. The two available chapters are ‘Marriage and Family’ for volumes 3: 1900 to 1937: Emerging Roles in the Progressive Era and Great Depression and 4:…

CfA-Encyclopedia of Motherhood

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MOTHERHOOD: A New 3-volume Reference to Be Published  by Sage Publications. This comprehensive work will be marketed and sold to college, public, and academic libraries and includes some 750 articles, covering all aspects of a social science perspective on motherhood, including psychology, gender studies, sociology, education, human development, history, and other fields. We are now making assignments…