We are seeking scholars, activists and creative artists (in the broad sense of the word) whose work explores the gendered and racial impact of the pandemic for the annual women, gender, and sexuality studies colloquium at St. Mary's College of Maryland, which we plan to hold in person during the 3rd week in March 2022. At this point, we are looking to identify individuals whose work is centered around the inequities created or exacerbated by the pandemic.
The Call for Papers is now live for the fall 2022 hybrid conference, "Crafting Narratives of Empire: Contested Roots of Revolution in the Long Eighteenth Century" (Sept. 22-24, 2022, to be held in New Rochelle, NY and virtually).
From the editorial committee of Entremons: UPF Journal of World History, we invite you to send an original text, which we can publish in the next edition of our journal. We are looking for academic articles, as well as reviews of recently published books, which address the ways in which gender intersects with world history.
The origin of gendered inequalities
Gender and the capitalist economies.
Masculinities and feminities
Gender and colonialism
CFP – Gender and the Sea: Women and Men in Maritime History
Guest editor: dr. Djoeke van Netten
Volume 3, Issue 2 (Nov 2022)
Call for Papers
Deadline for Abstract Submission (extended): 15 October 2021