An interdisciplinary graduate student conference
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
February 24, 2007
Keynote Speaker: TBA
The Nineteenth-Century Forum at Temple University seeks papers for
its first interdisciplinary graduate student conference. Proposals
are invited for 15-20 minute presentations that consider reproduction
in the nineteenth century, broadly construed. Topics might include
but are not limited to:
gender studies and sexuality
Please submit paper proposals for a panel on sex and citizenship, to be
presented at the NEASA "Homeland Insecurity" conference in Portland, Maine next
September. Abstract and brief cv, please. The deadline for submissions is Mar
15. Information on the conference is available at www.neasa.org. I'll be happy
to answer any questions before then. Renee.Bergland_at_simmons.edu
Update: Deadline Extended to February 22
1st Annual Graduate Consortium in Women's Studies Conference:
Shifting Gender Identities in the Face of War, Globalization, and
March 30-31, 2006
Massachusetts Institute of Technology , Cambridge, MA
Call for Proposals
Theorizing the 'First Wave' Globally
Theorizing feminisms globally, from late 19th to mid 20th centuries, emphasizing sexuality and class, interrogating Western periodization ('first wave'). Abstracts by March 10, 2006 to Pamela Caughie (pcaughi_at_luc.edu) and Kanika Batra (kanikabat_at_yahoo.com).
Update is for last sentence of CFP
The Food Memoir: Tales of Family and Culture
An Increasingly popular subgenre of autobiography, a form of
autobiography that Paul John Eakin calls the "relational life story,"
the food memoir (by M.F.K. Fisher, Leslie Li, and Ruth Reichl, for
example) intertwines narratives of family life, travel, and
cross-cultural experiences with recipes and the author's representation
of an evolving self. Essays about published memoirs of 7 to 8 pages or
250-word abstracts are welcome.
Thanks very much.
Due to March 1 being a popular deadline for many conferences, I am extendin=
the deadline of this call to March 15, 2006.
I am seeking papers that address Ecofeminism and Literature for a book
proposal I am currently working on, which is pending publication with
Cambridge Scholars Press. Papers will be considered for this collection.
Possible topics can address Ecofeminism and:
-third world countries
Sixteenth Annual Pacific Southwest Womens Studies Association
Students and Teachers Working Together
Confronting Unnatural Disasters: Feminist Engagements Across and Within
April 22, 2006 - Occidental College, Los Angeles
Call for Proposals
In the last year, the world has experienced "natural" disasters of
-- the Asian tsunami, hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean
mudslides in Central America, and an earthquake in Pakistan. The
these disasters and the devastation that has resulted from connected
is borne out disproportionately along gender, race, and class lines.
A Conference on "Feminism and War"
October 20-22, 2006, at Syracuse University
Call for Proposals
The Women's Studies Program at Syracuse University invites proposals for papers to be presented at a national conference on the contested and complex relationship between feminism and war. The focus will be on recent U.S. government initiatives that claim war in the name of women's liberation, but with a global and transnational context in which other military actions might be considered. We look forward to energetic dialogue from interdisciplinary perspectives on these sub-themes:
CFP: â€œFeminist Theory as Feminist Praxisâ€
Deadline: March 25, 2006
Format: Email attachment in word (please scan for viruses before
Citations: parenthetical in text, endnotes, and bibliography
Pages: 10-25 not including end notes and bibliography
Special Issue: Feminist Theory as Feminist Praxis
Apologies for cross-posting
CALL FOR PAPERS
Crossing Borders: Women and Communities of Letters, 1500-1700
We welcome submissions for a volume of essays that addresses issues
discussed in the two-part panel sessions called Crossing Borders: Learned
Women and Communities of Letters presented at the Sixteenth-Century Studies
Conference in 2005.
The goals of this volume are to examine ways in which women participated in
communities of letters, to explore how cultural, national, political, and/or
religious "borders" were crossed in such communities, and to consider ways
in which gender influenced the kinds of participation that occurred in such