This panel would address either subtheme two ("Rethinking Gender, Sexaulity" and etc.) or five ("Revolutions and Utopian Projects") of this year's National Women's Studies Association annual meeting on the topic of "Just Imagine. Imagining Justice: Feminist Visions of freedom, dream making and the radical politics of futures." Ideally it would bring together 3-4 scholars from various disciplines who study sexual violence, and invite them to imagine a future without rape.
Call for Papers: Enslavement, Conflict and Forced Marriage in Africa: Methods, Ethics, and the Political Economy of Knowledge Production
University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 25th to 28th June 2018
Brownmiller would be a good choice. See also Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz, Outlaw Woman, or some combination of contributions to the anthology, The Feminist Memoir Project.
How about Susan Brownmiller's In Our Time.
Bournemouth University is now accepting proposals for Console-ing Passions 2018:
CALL FOR PAPERS
“Critical Feminist Exits, Re-Routings, and Institutional Betrayals in Academia”
a Special Issue of Feminist Formations
Full papers due February 15, 2018
Edited by Marta Maria Maldonado and Katja M. Guenther
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One of the original bestselling authors, Jane Austen (1775-1817) has successfully managed to bridge the gap between what is often perceived as the non-negotiable chasm between canonical and popular literature.