CFP: MESA Panel on Gender and Labor in Israel/Palestine

This panel seeks to bring together scholars who work on any aspect of the gendered dimensions of labor in Palestine and/or Israel from the late Ottoman period through the present. It will examine how processes of professionalization dovetailed or opposed changing gender roles for men and women. One paper will discuss the gender of teaching in Mandate Palestine, focusing on conflicting ideals of womanhood, education and teaching as a profession.

Call for Panellists (Berks 2020): Gendering the U.S. Media - Roundtable

Seeking panellists for a roundtable on women and gender in the U.S. media for the Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, Genders, and Sexualities, May 21-23, 2020 at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland (https://berks.confex.com/berks/berks20/cfp.cgi).

 

CFP: AHA 2020, "Decentering Cold War History: Opposition Networks and Challenges to Superpower Hegemony"

Dear All,

I would like to organize a panel with the working title  “Decentering Cold War History: Opposition Networks and Challenges to Superpower Hegemony” for the 2020 American Historical Association (AHA) Conference in New York City.  I seek fellow presenters who contribute new aspects to those Cold War histories that challenge the centrality of superpower politics from different perspectives and demonstrate how nations and networks have used political, economic, and/or cultural aspects of the era for different agendas.  

Call for Panelists ECAS 2019 (Edinburgh): 'Re-making citizenship'

Mohamed A.G. Bakhit and Nicki Kindersley are seeking scholars for the ECAS 2019 panel 'Re-making citizenship: new forms of social security and refuge beyond the state'.

How have people built communities of social security, economic opportunity, and political possibility beyond or despite state structures and borders? This panel examines historic and current translocal and diasporic networks and communities, and the forms of social security, investment, education, and community order they create to protect themselves from violent presents and uncertain futures.

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