Report by: Lisa Brunner / Tanja Eigner-Grassmugg / Sarah Seinitzer Date: 21.08.2023 Zentrum für Wissenschaftsgeschichte / Institut für Philosophie, Universität Graz, Graz (Austria) 07.03.2023 – 08.03.2023 Are women and their achievements visible in current academic discourses and how did these weiterlesen Conference Report: Making Women Visible in Philosophy and History of Science
Over the course of the 20th century, sport and physical culture had immense repercussions for German American relations. The conference seeks to bring together original scholarship to elaborate on how sport and physical culture impacted the ways German and American weiterlesen CfP: Transatlantic Perspectives on Sport & Physical Culture in Germany and the USA during the 20th Century
Interdisciplinary Nineteenth–Century Studies 2024 March 21–24, 2024Hyatt Regency HotelCincinnati, OH Trans–“across, through, over, to or on the other side of, beyond, outside of, from one place, person, thing, or state to another”; “beyond, surpassing, transcending” (OED). Whether in bridging divides weiterlesen CfP: Trans(-)Turns in Nineteenth-Century Studies
Since practices of doing history and doing gender are inextricably linked, the workshop aims to explore this nexus in more detail. How are notions of history and gender being co-produced in practices of doing history? How do perceptions of history weiterlesen Conference: Doing Gender in Practices of Doing History: Engendered Performances of the Past
11th – 12th May, 2023Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisbon, Portugal Call for PapersThe conference Transatlantic Women’s Networks: Cultural Engagement from the 19th Century to the Present aims to provide a space to unearth, discuss, map, and (re)situate networks and circuits of weiterlesen CfP: Transatlantic Women’s Networks: Cultural Engagements from the 19th Century to the Present
Since practices of doing history and doing gender are inextricably linked, the workshop aims to explore this nexus in more detail. How are notions of history and gender being co-produced in practices of doing history? How do perceptions of history weiterlesen CFP: Doing Gender in Practices of Doing History: Engendered Performances of the Past.
We are seeking collaborators for the establishment of an international, interdisciplinary virtual reading group on “Informal Cultures of Knowledge in Non-Institutional Spaces in the Long Nineteenth-Century” Working from the assumption that spatial environments shape social behaviors and thus enable specific weiterlesen Call for Participation: Reading Group “Informal Cultures of Knowledge in Non-Institutional Spaces in the Long Nineteenth-Century”
The Annual GOTH Symposium welcomes scholars from within and outside The Open University for three days of productive interdisciplinary discussion and debate. The Program Committee invites proposals for 20-minute papers focusing on the following aspects of gender and otherness in weiterlesen CFP: Gender and Otherness in the Humanities
Gender and space are intertwined categories of analysis but have so far been historicised rarely within contemporary history. The planned conference therefore deals with gendered practices of appropriating space in the second half of the 20th century and looks at weiterlesen Conference: GenderSpaces
Queen Maria Carolina of Naples-Sicily serves as a prism, or more precisely as an intersection of overlapping crossovers that enables us to contextualise broadly defined social, economic, and political developments of the late-eighteenth and early-nineteenth centuries. This crossover should be weiterlesen Conference: Gender, Society, and Networks between 1750 and 1820. Maria Carolina of Naples-Sicily, a Prism of her Times?