The conference is the triennial conference of the Southern Association for Women Historians (SAWH) and will bring hundreds of participants to USC from across the US and abroad. The plenary sessions feature well-known scholars, including:
• Opening plenary, Thursday evening, June 4th, on Women in the "Long Civil Rights Movement," with Darlene Clark Hine, moderator, Glenda Gilmore, and Patricia Sullivan
• Friday afternoon plenary, a 30th anniversary celebration and analysis of Jacquelyn Hall’s work on gender and race in southern history.
• Closing plenary Saturday afternoon on Second Wave Feminism in the American South led by Sara Evans and featuring as panelists leaders of the women's movement from four southern states.
There will also be four sets of eight concurrent sessions; special sessions by SC archivists on women's history resources in the state; and workshops on teaching, research, and "surviving graduate school".
Please visit the website for more information and to register. Pre-registration (at a lower fee) ends May 3rd. http://saeu.sc.edu/reg/sawh/
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