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Call for Applicants: Scholars Working on Women and Philanthropy (broadly defined)

Women’s Philanthropy Dissertation Fellowship

Established in 2009, the fellowship supports a scholar whose primary research focus is in the area of women's philanthropy or gender differences in philanthropic behavior and giving. The application deadline is April 30, 2015.  For more information:

http://www.philanthropy.iupui.edu/philanthropy-matters/article/womens-philanthropy-dissert...

From Nancy Robertson

CFP: Anthology "Gendering the Trans-Pacific World"

Call for Papers

Anthology: Gendering the Trans-Pacific World

 

Editors:  Catherine Ceniza Choy (University of California, Berkeley) and Judy Tzu-Chun Wu (Ohio State University)

Choy and Wu, editors of a new book series with Brill, are inviting submissions for an inaugural anthology on the topic of “Gendering the Trans-Pacific World.”   The new book series and proposed anthology seek to make two important intellectual interventions. 

Questionnaire closing soon! Help Shape Women and Gender Studies Core Journals List

Dear WGS Teachers, Researchers, and Students:

We are conducting a study of the journals used by those who teach, research, study, and work in women’s and gender studies (and interconnected fields). This survey is conducted through the Women & Gender Studies Section (WGSS) of the Association of College & Research Libraries.

WGSS will combine your input with other metrics to update and circulate a core journal list used by academic librarians. This survey may help librarians to advocate for and prioritize library holdings across the nation.

CFP: AHA 2016 Panel Ambivalently Radical

We are looking for one or two panelists, and potentially a commentator for a panel for the AHA on ambivalently radical action. The panel is looking for participants interested in the modern period and dealing with the questions posed in the panel abstract in a compelling way. We are happy to consider any regional or thematic area within these terms. 

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