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Portal: Norwegian County Archives in Sogn og Fjordane – online!

Samstag, Juli 31st, 2010

The County Archives in Sogn og Fjordane works to preserve the heritage of their Norwegian community on Flickr.

The collection offers more than 300 photos, including numerous group and individual portraits of women. In some cases, such as with this photo, the names of individuals in the photographs are not known.

  • The County Archives in Sogn og Fjordane (Website)

Sources: http://womenshistorysources.blogspot.com/

CfP: Geschichte des Frauenfußballs in Deutschland. Anfänge – Verbote – Widerstände – Durchbruch (Event: Irsee, 02/2011); DL: 31.08.2010

Samstag, Juli 31st, 2010

Kulturhistorische Tagung der Schwabenakademie Irsee in Kooperation mit der DFB-Kulturstiftung Frankfurt a.M. und der Deutschen Akademie für Fußball-Kultur Nürnberg Kloster Irsee (Allgäu)

Zeit: Freitag bis Sonntag, 4. bis 6. Februar 2011
Ort: Schwabenakademie Irsee
Einreichfrist: 31. August 2010
Website

In der sporthistorischen Literatur besteht Konsens, dass es sich beim „Spiel mit dem runden Leder” um eine Repräsentationsform „hegemonialer Männlichkeit” handelt. Wegweisend hierfür sind kulturelle Sinn-, Wert- und Funktionszuschreibungen des Fußballs als Kampf- und Mannschaftssport, für dessen Propagierung das Militär wichtige Schrittmacherdienste leistet.

Das seit dem 19. Jahrhundert am Leitbild des Soldaten modellierte Männlichkeitsideal (mehr …)

II. International Conference: The texts of the body: „Generating bodies: Discursive sexed productions”, 30.11.-03.12.2010, Barcelona

Samstag, Juli 31st, 2010

Body and Textuality Research Group (Web)

Time: 30.11.-03.12.2010
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Event website

In the 21st century, the body is all but a certainty, and raises endless questions: How do we live in the body that we are / we have? How does it represent us, and to what extent?How does it become readable, understandable? What does it tell? What can it say and what can’t it say? Who or what does it say from? How can I get involved in what the body I am / I have says or represents ? Does my body belong to me or do I belong to it? Is this a relationship of belonging, or rather of participation without belonging? Which is the power of my body? What are the categories that hide or reveal it? What is the body?

These questions invite us to (mehr …)

CfP: 43th Annual Meeting: The Association of Caribbean Historians (05/2011, Puerto Rico); DL: 30.09.2010

Mittwoch, Juli 28th, 2010

The Association of Caribbean Historians (ACH) (Web)

Venue: Puerto Rico
Time: May 2011
Deadline: 30.09.2010

The ACH is an independent, non-profit, professional organization whose principal activity is an annual conference, alternately hosted by an English-, Spanish-, French-, or Dutch-speaking Caribbean country. To encourage intellectual exchange, all delegates attend each conference session and all papers and discussions are simultaneously translated in English, Spanish and French.

Information about how to propose either an individual paper or panel are already posted online. The Topics include:

  • Religion in the Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Caribbean
  • The Relationship between Caribbean Literature and History (mehr …)

Conference: Representations of prostitution, sex work and sex trafficking between the 19th and 21st centuries, 09.-10.09.2010, Exeter, UK

Mittwoch, Juli 28th, 2010

Date: 09.-10.09.2010
Location: Exeter, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Website, Program etc.

Representations of prostitutes enable us to understand attitudes towards female mobility, sexuality, ethnicity, and emancipation that cross national divides and affect all gender identities.The global centrality of such representations is growing, as debates about sex work, tourism and trafficking recur in a variety of border-crossing forms.

Keynote speakers

  • Jane Arthurs, University of the West of England
  • Russell Campbell, Victoria University of Wellington

Contact e-mail

  • prostitutionconference@hotmail.com

Source: http://www.nordkalender.org/kilden_en/

CfP: „Les antiféminismes“ (Publication: Revue Recherches féministes et des Cahiers du genre); DL: 30.09.2010

Mittwoch, Juli 28th, 2010

Revue Recherches féministes et des Cahiers du genre (Web); sous la direction d’Anne-Marie Devreux (Cahiers du genre) et Diane Lamoureux (Recherches féministes)

Le développement des féminismes s’est historiquement accompagné de celui des antiféminismes. Tout comme le féminisme prend plusieurs formes, l’antiféminisme se présente en effet sous divers aspects, d’où le titre provisoire «Les antiféminismes». Ce numéro commun de la revue québécoise Recherches féministes et de la revue française Cahiers du genre, nous souhaitons faire apparaître l’antiféminisme sous ses différentes facettes, les multiples niveaux où il opère dans les sociétés contemporaines ou passées, et voir s’il convient d’en parler comme discours et mouvement cohérents ou comme pratiques et idéologies parcellaires.

La sociologie des mouvements sociaux et celle des rapports sociaux de sexe s’intéressent de plus en plus aux contre-mouvements et aux réactions. (mehr …)

Reminder – CfP: 100 years of International Women’s Day (Publication: Aspasia 6); DL: 15.09.2010

Samstag, Juli 24th, 2010

Vol. 6 of Aspasia will focus on the history of International Women’s Day and how it has been celebrated in different social and political contexts in Central, Eastern, and South-Eastern Europe (CESEE).

Deadline: 15 September 2010

On August 26, 1910, at the Second International Conference of Socialist Women in Copenhagen, Clara Zetkin proposed an annual International Women’s Day, with women’s suffrage as its main demand. The first celebrations of International Women’s Day were in 1911 and they expanded in subsequent years. How did International Women’s Day contribute to women’s activism? In addition to women’s suffrage, what other themes became included and how was March 8 used for different political agendas? Which women celebrated it, what were their class backgrounds and political affiliations? How were they organized? What kind of activities took place, and with what kind of institutional support? Were there international exchanges of speakers or women’s groups organized around March 8?

In addition to the overarching international theme, what were the national dimensions (mehr …)