Call for papers
Female artists, curators, and scholars have greatly influenced the cultural landscape of Eastern and Central Europe through their work, art, and initiatives. In addition, a number of women developed and expressed radical ideas about women’s place in society, lived realities, and gender roles during the socialist period and its aftermath.
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I am looking for a session for Berks. Are there others looking to create a session? Or is there a session that could use another paper? Please contact me if you are interested. The deadline is coming up soon.
Possibilities: Children, Nature, religion, 19th Century, female writers, popular culture. My paper is “Nature Writing for Children from the 19th Century Sunday School Movement.”