CFP: Cross Currents in Women's & Gender History June 17-19, 2010, 4th Biennial Conference Women’s and Gender Historians of the Midwest
Town Clock Center for Professional Development
Northeast Iowa Community College in Dubuque, Iowa
Keynote: Dr. Patricia Cohen
An 1850s Challenge to Traditional Marriage:
Mary Gove Nichols and the American "Free Love" Movement
This conference will bring together scholars, educators, students and the public to explore current issues in women's and gender history as we showcase the academic work of Midwestern and other scholars who focus on women or gender. Honoring our conference location in the historic river community of Dubuque, Iowa, our 2010 theme highlights the convergence of scholarship and contemporary pedagogy in all areas of women's history and related disciplines.
In keeping with this theme we encourage not only the presentation of research by academics, graduate students and undergraduates, but also papers, roundtables and panels from teaching faculty, librarians, archivists, high school teachers and public historians in all areas of women's history, gender history, and related fields.
The deadline for submission of proposals, consisting of an abstract (500 words or less) and one-page c.v., is February 15, 2010. Send proposals to Kristin Anderson-Bricker firstname.lastname@example.org).
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