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This transatlantic roundtable launches the publication of The Oxford Handbook of Gender, War, and the Western World since 1600 , a comprehensive historical overview of the entangled relationships between gender, war and military culture, and remembers one of its three editors, Sonya O. Rose (1935-2020), who died weeks before the book was published. The roundtable will focus on the intersection of gender, war and citizenship, which is not only one of the major themes of the Oxford Handbook, but also of Sonya Rose’s work.
- The Oxford Handbook of Gender, War, and the Western World since 1600—A Global Project,
Karen Hagemann (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
- Sonya O. Rose: A Transatlantic Gender Historian, Susan Grayzel (Utah State University)
Roundtable: Gender, War and Citizenship
- Moderation: Karen Hagemann - Participants: Thomas Kühne (Clark University), Stefan Dudink (Radboud University Nijmegen), Richard Smith (Goldsmiths, University of London), and Kimberly Jensen (Western Oregon University)
For more information and registration please go here: https://gwc2.web.unc.edu/
The URL for the Zoom event will be provided after registration.
Sonya O. Rose (1935-2020)
Former Natalie Zemon Davis Collegiate Professor of History, Sociology, and Women’s Studies at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Her main fields of research were modern Britain, gender and labor history, the histories of national identity and citizenship, and the history of sexuality. Her publications include: Limited Livelihoods: Gender and Class in Nineteenth-Century England (1992); Gender and Class in Modern Europe, ed. with Laura L. Frader (1996); Gender, Citizenship and Subjectivities, ed. with Kathleen Canning (2002); Which People’s War? National Identity and Citizenship in Wartime Britain, 1939–1945 (2003); At Home with the Empire, ed.with Catherine Hall (2006); and What Is Gender History? (2010).