The organizers of the Boston Seminar on the History of Women, Gender, & Sexuality could not be more excited by the series we have to offer you this year.
OUTing the Past Festival Conference 2
The Journal of Women’s History is currently seeking nominations, including self-nominations, for its next President. This six-year term will begin in January 2019. Interested candidates will be asked to send a CV and a couple of paragraphs explaining how their scholarly, academic, administrative, and/or organizing experience prepares them to preside over the JWH Board.
The Journal of Women’s History, founded in 1989 as the first jou
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has recently created a digital teaching tool for the college classroom: Experiencing History offers students and teachers an innovative platform for exploring original materials on a wide variety of Holocaust themes and topics.
The Raphael Samuel History Centre has organised a public history festival, AIDS Histories & Cultures, taking place across London throughout July. It aims to explore how HIV/AIDS has been experienced, represented, and remembered through workshops, film screenings, concerts, talks, walks, and performance.
Subjects include the foundation of the International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS, Christianity and HIV, AIDS in the archives, memories of HIV nursing, and the impact of clause 28.
Many Histsex members will be interested in Aidan Beatty's excellent review of Travey Rizzo and Steven Gerontakis' edited book, Intimate Empires: Body, Race, and Gender in the Modern World. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2016), originally reviewed for H-Empire.
The full review can be found at: https://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=46696
With apologies for cross-posting! I thought this may be of interest.
Call for Papers: 54th International Congress on Medieval Studies Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 9-12, 2019
"Vices and Virtues: Gender, Subversion, and Moralizing Discourses."
Organizers: Jacob Doss, University of Texas at Austin Matthew Vanderpoel, University of Chicago