Call for Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS: Negotiating empire: women, economic practice and colonialism

The thirtieth annual workshop of the Economic History Society Women’s Committee, organised by Dr Misha Ewen and Dr Hannah Young, will take place at the University of Manchester on Saturday, 23rd November 2019.

The 2019 workshop will explore women’s involvement in and negotiation of the economic practices that built, sustained and resisted empires across the globe from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries. It aims to examine the experiences of a wide range of women, colonisers and colonised, free and enslaved, interrogating the multiple axes of power that shaped the way these women thought and behaved. In doing so, it …

Call for papers: Gender Religion and Power Conference

Interdisciplinary conference
The Bedford Centre for the History of Women and Gender

Gender, Religion and Power

Saturday 21 September at Senate House, London

We invite academics at all levels to propose a paper to this one-day conference, and we especially encourage postgraduate researchers to submit abstracts. This is to be a multidisciplinary conference which analyses the historical links between gender and religion, gender and power, or all three. We welcome submissions from all historical periods and all geographical regions, and encourage those interested to tailor their submissions to their own research.

Suggested topics include, but are not limited …

CfP: WOMEN’S HISTORY SCOTLAND, GENDER TRANSGRESSIONS

WOMEN’S HISTORY SCOTLAND CONFERENCE

Edinburgh, 16th November 2019

GENDER TRANSGRESSIONS

Historical perspectives

Call for Papers

This conference will explore the idea of transgressing gender norms (including those relating to masculinity and femininity) and the consequences of this for individuals or groups. We welcome proposals relating to all historical periods (ancient, medieval, modern, contemporary) and all geographical places including Scotland.

We understand ‘gender transgression’ to refer to sets of ideas and practices that encompass (but are not restricted to) the following areas:

  • Legal, moral, ethical and religious frameworks
  • Wrongdoing, reformation and reconciliation
  • Borders and boundary crossing
  • Resistance and rebellion
  • Medicine,

CfP: Architectures of Power: buildings of politics and governance, 1750-2000.

Call for papers, Girton College, University of Cambridge, 26-28 June 2020

IMG 1031 crHistorians have long recognised the importance of architecture within the exercising of political power. Yet the interaction between power and place, between human actor and physical location, is a difficult one to quantify. This conference brings together political, social, cultural, and architectural historians to explore this relationship. Architecture could be mobilised to exhibit and to legitimise political power, but it could also have a profound influence on decision-makers at crucial moments of governance. Architecture has played a fundamental role in performances of statecraft. Accounting for this architectural agency, without

CFP: Gender in Modern Welsh History Symposium

CALL FOR PAPERS

Date: 11 September 2019
Location: Cardiff University

This one-day symposium aims to bring together early career researchers and established scholars who work on any aspect of the history of gender in nineteenth and twentieth-century Wales. It will seek to interrogate gender as a concept which encompasses both femininity and masculinity, to provide fresh perspectives on familiar themes, and to encourage delegates to consider how gender can transform broader narratives in histories of Wales. Significant advances have been made in the field of Welsh women’s history since Deirdre Beddoe’s eminently quotable claim in 1981 that if ‘a creature …