Tentatively titled, “Transnational Actors in a Gendered Anglo-World,” our panel seeks to elucidate women’s activism in the transnational space of the Anglo-World. Drawing from James Belich’s identification of an “Anglo-World” created by British settler-colonialism, presenters will explore how women acted as transnational arbiters of causes as diverse as nineteenth-century evangelism through preaching, and colonial women’s espousal of national identities through international feminism during the interwar.
The above book launch announced yesterday will take place on Monday, March 8, 2021, at 4 p.m. (GMT). In the earlier announcement of this online event this information was not included in the text, but only appeared on the organizer's website at https://www.ces.uc.pt/en/agenda-noticias/agenda-de-eventos/2021/the-brutish-museums
My apologies for having overlooked this inaccuracy.
We are honoured to announce the launch of Dan Hicks' The Brutish Museums: The Benin Bronzes, Colonial Violence and Cultural Restitution. Hosted by the University of Coimbra, Centre for Social Studies, the event will take place on the Zoom platform and last for one hour and half.
Midwest Conference on British Studies 68thAnnual Meeting
The CERCLES team (University of Rouen, France) is pleased to announce its regular series of reviews of books on the English-speaking world.
Of particular interest to H-Albion subscribers in the February 2021 series :
Health, Disease, and Early American Environments - A Panel Discussion
Authors: Molly Nebiolo, Northeastern University; Camden Elliott, Harvard University
Comment: Thomas Wickman, Trinity College
The Rights Task Force of the NACBS, the NACBS Graduate and Early Career Caucus, and the Southern Conference on British Studies (co-sponsor of the 2021 NACBS Conference) are joining together to sponsor a Zoom session to help early career scholars and individuals from underrepresented groups and fields create panels for the upcoming NACBS 2021 Conference. We hope to meet in Atlanta, Georgia, November 11-14, 2021.