CFP: The History of Women, Gender, & Sexuality Seminar at the MHS
Deadline: 9 April 2021
The History of Women, Gender, & Sexuality seminar invites proposals for sessions in its 2021-2022 series. The Seminar involves discussion of pre-circulated works in progress, especially article or chapter-length papers (20-40 pages). Topics address all aspects of the history of women, gender, and sexuality in the United States. Cross-disciplinary projects and projects comparing the American experience with that in other parts of the world are also welcomed. This year, the MHS is also hosting a special series of programs related to Disability Studies. Scholars working in this field in relation to the history women, gender, and sexuality are invited to submit proposals for this series.
Each session focuses on the discussion of a paper distributed to seminar registrants approximately three weeks before the program. Authors must have their papers ready for circulation at this time. The essayist and an assigned commentator will each have an opportunity for remarks before the discussion is opened to the floor. Sessions may take place virtually, in person, or in a hybrid format as conditions allow.
We invite proposals (500 words) and CVs from interested researchers. In your proposal, please indicate when your paper can be available for distribution, as well as your preference (fall or spring) based on when the seminar’s feedback would be helpful to you. Advise us of any special scheduling conditions, such as a planned trip to Boston or an extended period when you cannot make a presentation. The steering committee will consider all proposals for the available session slots, and proposers will be notified by early summer.
Please submit your proposals by 9 April 2021 to email@example.com.