Greetings. I hope it is okay for me to post this here. I wanted to post this "call for proposals" for a new book series I am in charge of under Palgrave Macmillan's Gender Studies book list.
Series Title: Reimagining Comparative Feminist Studie
Series Editors: Chandra Talpade Mohanty & Dana M. Olwan
Point of Contact: Nina Guttapalle, firstname.lastname@example.org
I am currently working on a project for establishing a french speaking sexological archive center in Geneva and I am survey potential donors to know their opinions about the subject.
I am not looking to acquire Te's archives but I would be happy to have a conversation with about issues issues you met and gave in this process. This would be very helpful for me and for my task.
I can set up a Zoom meeting at a time which would be convenient for you.
Hello All ~
I inherited this vast library upon Ted’s death. All of what Marty stated above is accurate. It is as remarkable, unique and large as all the rumors state. I’m currently in the process of organizing and cataloging it all. When done I’ll be deciding where the best home is for it all.
Thank you all for the inquiry.
~ Laurie Bennett-Cook
Black and Queer in the City
Coalition of Women in German (WiG) sponsored panel
45th annual German Studies Association Conference
September 30-October 3, 2021
An Interdisciplinary Journal
Call for Papers
Call for presentations
CASCA virtual conference 12-15 May 2021
The Harvard Graduate Student Conference on International and Global History (Con-IH) is organized by Harvard graduate students across departments who are immersed in the field of international history. This year, speakers will be addressing the theme of Gender and Empire. What does it mean to study Gender and Empire now, in this precarious moment, as we face a massive international public health crisis, global anti-Black, Brown, Asian, and Indigenous racism and police brutality, transphobic violence, and ongoing social uprisings?
Patricio Simonetto (UCL) will talk with Natalia Milanesio (University of Houston) about her recent book Destape: Sex, Democracy, and Freedom in Postdictatorial Argentina (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2019).
Please note that this seminar will begin at 5:30pm GMT.
All welcome – This event is free, but booking is required.