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Call for H-Grad Editors!

The editors of H-Grad are excited to announce several openings on its editorial board. In order to increase the interdisciplinarity of the network, we are particularly interested in graduate students of humanities subjects other than history. Anyone interested in becoming an H-Grad editor should submit an application by Friday, 1 March 2016.

NWSA Call for Panelists: Female Sexualities in French & Francophone Literature

 
Hello, 
I am looking for a panelist as well as a commenter for a panel for the NWSA conference in Montréal, Québec (November 10-13, 2016) that will fall under subtheme #1 "Unsettling Settler Logics." The two papers we have thus far focus on aspects of unsettling and decolonizing female bodies within contemporary French and francophone literature.

CFP ASEEES 2016 - Looking for third panelist and chair

Hi All,

I am currently looking for a third panelist and chair to complete an ASEEES panel on revolutionary women in Eastern Europe in the 19th century (and/or into the 20thc). The first paper is on the Polish women's movement, and the second paper looks at Russian revolutionary women and their reception in the U.S. The application is due by Feb 15th

If interested, please email me at cgibson2@binghamton.edu

Best,
Chelsea Gibson
PhD Candidate, Binghamton University 

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