20 Years of the Women’s History Network: Looking Back – Looking Forward (Website)
Time: Friday 9th to Sunday 11th September 2011
Venue: The Women’s Library, London Metropolitan University
The conference will look at the past 20 years of writing women’s history; asking the question where are we now? We will be looking at histories of feminism as well as contemporary research in progress, current areas of debate such as religion, and perspectives on national and international histories of the women’s movements. Some of the current research networks will attend to present their findings.
- Kathryn Gleadle: Are We Nearly There Yet? Women’s History in 2011: Current Challenges and Future Agendas | Caroline Bressey: Geographies of Belonging: White Women and Black History
- Where Are We Now? Women’s History: Past, Present and Future: Sheila Rowbotham | Sally Alexander | Anna Davin | June Purvis
- The founding and early days of the Women’s History Network (Chaired by Lynn Abrams): Jane Rendall | Jo Stanley | Leonore Davidoff | Krista Cowman | Ida Blom
If you’re a researcher of women’s history, this is your chance to get involved! We’re currently taking submissions for papers: find out more.
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This event is supported by the Economic History Society