Journal Special Issue – The History of Feminism Network’s First Publication

We are thrilled to announce the publication of a special issue of Women: A Cultural Review on ‘Rethinking the History of Feminism’, co-edited by the founders of the History of Feminism Network: Marc Calvini-Lefebvre, Esme Cleall, Angela Grainger, Daniel Grey, Naomi Hetherington, and Laura Schwartz. The special issue brings together articles that were first presented at…

Journal Special Issue – n.paradoxa Volume 27 (Jan 2011) ‘Women’s Work’

n.paradoxa is the only international feminist art journal in the world. It is published bi-annually, Jan and July, from London. Volume 27 (Jan 2011) ‘Women’s Work’ examines concepts of work inside and outside the waged labour market. Contents: Gabrielle Moser  “Working-through” public and private labour Sophie Calle’s Prenez soin de vous Andrea Liss Memory Work, Trauma…

Journal Special Issue – International Feminisms (Women’s History Review)

Women’s History Review, Volume 19 Number 4 September 2010 Special Issue on International Feminisms, Guest Editors, Ann Taylor Allen, Anne Cova and June Purvis Contents   Introduction: International Feminisms, by Ann Taylor, Anne Cova and June Purvis   Articles   Forgotten Transnational Connections and National Contexts: an ‘entangled history’ of the political transfers that shaped…

CfP – The Legacy of Jane Addams

Call for Articles—Special Issue of Peace & Change: A Journal of Peace Research—Topic: The Legacy of Jane Addams Peace & Change, the journal of the Peace History Society (PHS) and the Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA) is planning a special issue in early 2011 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Jane Addams’s birth and the…

CfP – Anarchism & Sexuality

[HoFN note: there is the potential for papers taking a historical view of the issues raised in this special issue] Anarchism & Sexuality a special issue of Sexualities: Studies in Culture and Society Anarchism has long played a role in the politics of sexuality. Embodied in the historic figures of Emma Goldman, Oscar Wilde, Edward…

CfP Special Issue – Readers, Writers, Salonnières: Female Networks in Europe, 1700-1900

Women’s Writing CALL FOR PAPERS Special Issue: Readers, Writers, Salonnières: Female Networks in Europe, 1700-1900 The eighteenth and nineteenth centuries saw an explosion of interest in Europe in foreign languages and literatures, and recent research has begun to explore the part played by women in cross-cultural interchange. To what extent were women writers from different…