Call for Papers

NORTH AMERICAN WOMEN AND WORLD WAR ONE

‘Yeomen (F)’, Group photograph, with a large U.S. flag, taken at the Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, Maine, 30 October 1918. Some of them are wearing USS Southery hat bands. Other hat bands read U.S. Navy and U.S. Naval Reserve. U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph, NH 53175.

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

North American Women and World War One

 

Saturday, 4 November 2017

University of Worcester, Henwick Grove, Worcester, WR2 6AJ

 

The University of Worcester’s annual Women’s History Conference seeks papers for this year’s event under the heading of: ‘North American Women and World War One’

The United States entered

VOICES OF WOMEN IN THE GREAT WAR AND ITS AFTERMATH

CALL FOR CONFERENCE PAPERS

Voices of Women in the Great War and its Aftermath

 

Taking place at The Black Country Living Museum, 2 Tipton Rd, Dudley DY1 4SQ on 13-14 April 2018

 

Although the Great War is often seen as a time of change, offering new opportunities for women and culminating in 1918 in the extension of the franchise to many, the conflict was not experienced in the same way by all.  Class, region, age and marital status all shaped women’s lives during the war and after.

Working opportunities on the land, in munitions, clerical work, transport services …

Symposium on Mata Hari

The Legacy of Mata Hari:

Women and Transgression

 A one-day symposium

City, University of London

28 October, 2017

In October 1917, the woman known throughout the globe as Mata Hari was executed on espionage charges by a firing squad at Vincennes on the outskirts of Paris. Born Margaretha Geertruida Zelle (1876) in Leeuwarden, Holland, in 1905, she reinvented herself as the exotic dancer Mata Hari, trading on the fascination with colonial cultures in the fin de siècle. Although history has provided little evidence of her spying, Mata Hari’s French prosecutors condemned her as ‘the greatest female spy the world has …

History of Communism in Europe, no. 8/ 2017: The Other Half of Communism: Women’s Outlook

This call for papers seeks contributors for the eighth issue of the scientific journal History of Communism in Europe, no. 8/2017: The Other Half of Communism: Women’s Outlook on the gendered histories of European communisms. This issue looks to include the most recent scholarship on women and their intricate relations with the Communist parties in Europe, during the XX century. While including the valuable scholarship on “exceptional” personalities such as Alexandra Kollontai, Inessa Armand or Dolores Ibarruri, this issue aims to explore the voices of women that by political choice or simply historical tournaments found themselves as both objects and …

CFP: 26th Annual Women’s History Network Conference, 2017

The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom in Zurich, from LSE Library’s collections, WILPF/22/1.

The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom in Zurich, from LSE Library’s collections, WILPF/22/1.

‘Women and the Wider World’

Submission deadline:
Extended to Friday March 3, 2017

Conference dates: September 1 – 2, 2017  

Conference Venue: University of Birmingham

See full details here.