Conferences, Women's History Month

Writing Women’s History

During women’s history month WHN will be continuing to run our regular online writing retreats on Friday mornings – if you are looking to join a supportive community of writers working on women’s history projects  then find out more and book via

https://womenshistorynetwork.org/online-writing-retreats/

 

How to write a Women’s History book proposal

Friday 19 March 2 – 3:15 pm

A question and answer session with Joanna de Vries – Senior Lecturer, Journalism & Publishing at Bath Spa University and Consultant Editor Non – Fiction with the History Press exploring how to write a book proposal for publishers whose books are marketed for a general readership.

Spaces are limited so book asap via

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_MBXBDUqAQI-ORtFaIst-vA

 

 

 

A Workshop on Publishing your Research from Routledge Editorial Staff 

Thursday  25th of March at 4pm  – 5:15

A workshop-style presentation from Routledge Editorial staff (books and journals) and June Purvis, Editor of Women’s History Review, about how to get Women’s and Gender History research published in an academic journal or as a monograph.

Chaired by June Purvis Professor (Emerita) of Women’s and Gender History, University of Portsmouth.

Laura Pilsworth, Editor for Medieval and Early Modern History at Routledge.

Eve Setch, Publisher for Modern Global History at Routledge

Alexandra McGregor, Editor for Gender Studies and Anthropology at Routledge

Spaces are limited so book asap via

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OwEP6MwvQo-pevHrKk5pRA