The Society for the History of Women in the Americas (SHAW) (Web) welcomes proposals for its tenth annual conference, co-organised with The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities and the Rothermere American Institute.
More information (Time, Venue etc.) is available at http://shawsociety.net
- Diana Paton, the William Robertson Professor of History at the University of Edinburgh, will deliver the keynote lecture.
SHAW invites 250 word abstracts for 20-minute presentations on any topic, geographical period, chronological time, or theme related to the history of women in the Americas. SHAW also welcomes comparative papers between two countries in the Americas or one in the Americas and a country outside the region.
The conference welcomes papers from scholars at any stage of their career, especially graduate students.
Please submit abstracts along with a 100-word biography to email@example.com by the 10th April 2017. Papers chosen for the conference may be selected for inclusion in a special issue of History of Women in the Americas Journal subject to peer-review.
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