H-Women's purpose is to enable historians more easily to discuss research interests, teaching methods, and the state of the field and historiography of women's studies. H-Women is especially interested in methods of teaching history to graduate and undergraduate students in diverse settings.

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CFP: Gender and Migration: Critical Issues and Policy Implications, 11-14 May 2016, Izmir, Turkey

Call for Proposals GENDER and MIGRATION Critical Issues and Policy Implications 11-14 May 2016 - Izmir, TURKEY In collaboration with GENDES, Gediz University Law Faculty, Michigan State University and Coventry University.

Abstract Submission Deadline: 1 April 2016

Call for Applicants: Postdoctoral Fellowship in Women's and Gender History - Journal of Women's History and Binghamton University

The Journal of Women's History and Binghamton University are pleased to announce a postdoctoral fellowship in Women's and Gender History for the 2016-2017 academic year. Please see the announcement below for information on the position and how to apply. All applications are due by March 1, 2016.

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CFP: A Special Issue of Frontiers a Journal of Women Studies - Mapping Gendered Violence

Special Issue of Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies

Mapping Gendered Violence: Contemplating Conflict and Crisis in Contemporary Societal Struggles

Guest Editor: Anastasia Christou, Associate Professor of Sociology, Middlesex University, London, UK

Due date for Receipt of Papers is September 1, 2016

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CFP: National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference (Montreal, QC, Canada November 11-13, 2016) Via North American Asian Feminist Collective Caucus

Dear Colleagues, 

The North American Asian Feminist Collective Caucus (NAAF) is organizing panels and roundtables for the 2016 NWSA conference (http://www.nwsa.org/Files/2016/2016.NWSA.CFP.pdf). We warmly invite you to consider submitting your abstracts through NAFF. 

Call for Applicants: NEH Summer Institute for College and University Teachers, "Tokyo: High City and Low City," Summer 2016

The NEH Summer Institute titled "Tokyo: High City and Low City" is a four-week worskhop designed to lead participants in an in-depth humanistic exploration of the literary, religious, and philosophical movements that have visibly-and invisibly-contributed to the construction of modern Japan. By providing a platform in each session for a focused yet flexible investigation into the markers of tradition and modernity in Japan's capital city, the Institute will infuse college teachers with new critical knowledge of diverse local and g

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