The Lilith Symposium is a valuable forum for new and established scholars to present research in feminist history and related areas. It is 20 years since the first edition of Lilith was published and this anniversary presents an important opportunity to reflect upon the ideas and ideals of the project of feminist history. We would welcome proposals, from both new and established scholars, for 20 minute papers relating to the theme of :
Feminist Remembering – Remembering Feminism
This may include, but is not limited to responding to questions such as:
What is remembered as feminist?
How do we remember feminists and their work?
Who is included and excluded as part of this process?
Generational perspectives on feminism
Are feminists remembered in public discourse at all?
How have feminists remembered their own work?
How have the concerns of feminist historians changed?
Please send abstracts of 200 words (preferably via email) by Monday 18th October 2004, along with your full contact details.
The symposium will take place on Thursday 18th November 2004 in the Gryphon Gallery, Graduate Centre
University of Melbourne (Enter Via Gate 10, Grattan Street), 9am-5pm
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