Calling for panelists for a session on women's clubs at the Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 24-July 26, 2007. Since Anne Firor Scottís and Karen Blairís path breaking books on women clubs, the field has dramatically expanded and changed. White elite clubwomen now share the stage with black, ethnic, and immigrant women who may be affluent or impoverished. The transnational nature of womenís clubs has gained our attention. We have studied the impact of club activism on everything from culture to all kinds of politics. This panel welcomes papers that examine this history, its historiography, and its future.
To submit a proposal for this panel, please send a one page abstract of your paper and a one page C.V. that includes your address, phone number, and email to Gayle.Gullett@asu.edu by December 1, 2006.
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