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CALL FOR PAPERS: Ohio Valley History Conference Deadline May 15

Hosted by Tennessee Technological University in Cookeville, TN, the 2016 Ohio Valley History Conference organizers seek submissions of individual papers or complete panels on any and all area of historical inquiry, including the Holocaust and Genocide Studies.  Faculty, independent historians, and advanced graduate students are all welcome.   The Conference name reflects the geographic location of its member institutions, and does not reflect any limitation on subject matter.   The Conference will be held October 6-8, 2016.   Please submit a brief c.v.

Call for Papers: The Holocaust and its Aftermath from the Family Perspective (Prague, March 2017)

Applying gender analysis to the field of Holocaust Studies has yielded important results. Whereas before the 1990s, most Holocaust scholarship focused almost exclusively on the experiences of male victims, expanding to include women’s experiences has both opened up new areas of inquiry and raised crucial questions about established areas. And yet this developing scholarly conversation has limitations as well.