The H-SAWH network focuses on the history of women and gender in the U.S. South.

It is sponsored by the Southern Association for Women Historians and co-sponsored by H-Net, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the American Council of Learned Societies.

Recent Content

HBO Girls: The Awkward Politics of Race, Sex, Class, Privilege and Gender

HBOs Girls - Edited Collection

    Description: HBO Girls: The Awkward Politics of Race, Sex, Class,

       Privilege and Gender I am inviting proposals/submissions for an

       edited collection on the HBO show tentatively titled HBO Girls:

       The Awkward Politics of Race, Sex, Class, Privilege and Gender

       (2012-present). Since its debut in April 2012, the HBO i ...

    Contact: watsone@etsu.edu

    Announcement ID: 207986

Grand Valley State University Journal of History

Call for Papers: Grand Valley State University Journal of

       History is looking for undergraduate historical research papers

       in any topic.

    Description: The History Journal is a student-run academic journal

       that publishes undergraduate essays from all disciplines, as

       long as they pertain to history. Submissions are accepted

       year-round and are published online on a rolling basis. This

       semester, one of our goals is to increase our submission base

       and  ...

SHAW Postgraduate Writing Workshop

    Title: SHAW Postgraduate Writing Workshop 11th December 2013 2-6pm

       UCL Institute of the Americas

    Date: 2013-12-11

    Description: The Society for the History of Women in the Americas

       (SHAW) is hosting a writing workshop for postgraduate students

       on Wednesday 11th December at UCL, Institute of the Americas.

       The workshop is to be a forum for students to submit a piece of

       their writing (around 2,000 words in length) and receive f ...

PUB: Essays in History

   Title: Essays in History

   Date: 2014-01-01

   Description: Fellow Historians, Essays in History (EiH), the

      annual journal of the University of Virginias Corcoran

      Department of History, is currently soliciting articles and

      book reviews for its forty-eigth issue, to appear in the summer

      of 2014. EiH continues its tradition as a source of

      high-quality historic ...

   Announcement ID: 207821

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