Early American Studies, a journal published by the University of Pennsylvania Press, is seeking contributions for a special issue that will be published in 2019. Find the full call for papers below. Call For Papers: Women and Religion in the Early Americas For a special issue in honor of the life and career of Mary Maples Dunn, Early […]
Women in German Expressionism: Gender, Sexuality, and World War I Collection of Critical Articles Edited by Anke Finger and Julie Shoults German Expressionism has been dominated by the works of males—in the visual arts and literary texts, as well as in the secondary literature. The movement was largely defined through poetry included in Kurt Pinthus’s […]
With the rise of the modern nation-state, the interest in the family as an institution and in its functions in modern life expanded as well. Rulers, bureaucrats, revolutionaries, writers, and readers all looked to mobilize families and individual family members to their goals. Approaches to the family varied greatly: some perceived it as the torchbearer […]
Call for Papers One-day, international symposium examining gender, citizenship and subjectivity in revolutionary Ireland and Europe, 1917-c. 1922 Friday 26th May, 2017, Trinity College Dublin. In the decades since the cultural and linguistic turns in the humanities, academic and public interest in what personal experience, despite its clear subjectivity, can tell us about the past […]
International Conference on Urban History, Helsinki, 24-27 August 2016 Call for papers: Gender, credit and creditworthiness in premodern cities (1200-1800) Social scientists emphasize that women’s empowerment and economic development are closely interrelated and that, within this relationship, women’s abilities to participate in credit markets is of particular importance (Yunus 2008). Consequently, scholars have been encouraged […]
The Center for Civil War Research and the Arch Dalrymple III Department of History at the University of Mississippi seek papers for a conference to be held October 1-3, 2015 at the University of Mississippi in Oxford, MS. This conference will be hosted in conjunction with WAR-Net, and it will be the first conference WAR-Net […]
Brill Press is publishing a new book series, edited by Catherine Ceniza Choy (UC Berkeley) and Judy Tzu-Chun Wu (Ohio State University), exploring the gendered nature of the Pacific World. The series focuses on three phenomena: Diaspora, Empire, and Race. For more information, please visit their website.