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Call for papers: 3rd women in war and at war conference

How does international law as well as other disciplines respond to these developments? What do recent conflicts tell us about the contemporary representations of women in and at war? What lessons did we learn from the first 15 years of the WPS Agenda?

Call for submissions: Lillith journal 2017

Lilith is currently seeking submissions for the 2017 edition. Alongside academic research articles on all areas of women’s, feminist and gender history, Lilith is also interested in publishing short historiographical and methodological pieces.

Call for papers - Women of diaspora: roles and (self)representations

ANU Gender Institute and the Centre for European Studies research workshop:

Women of Diaspora: Roles and (self)representations

CFP: Feminist engagements with archives and new modes of history

Australian Feminist Studies is seeking contributions in the form of original articles (up to 8,000 words) for a 2017 themed issue covering feminist engagements with archives and new modes of history.

Call for papers: Oxford women's leadership symposium

The Symposium is interdisciplinary in nature and seeks to cover a broad reach of women's leadership issues in both the public and private sectors.

Call for abstracts: Gender, power relations and the use of evidence in policy

The Australian Journal of Public Administration is seeking abstracts for a special issue exploring the interplay between evidence, culture, and ideology in the realm of action on gender equity.

CFP: the processes of imaging / the imaging of processes

Call for Papers for a Special Issue of Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience

CFP: critical studies of masculinities

The conference aims to discuss how different transnational processes and dynamics affect as well as transform theories, experiences, discussions, discourses and activism related to men and masculinities.

Call for papers: feminist experiences of law

This conference seeks to draw together a broad community of scholars and activists to consider, and reconsider, feminist experiences of law.


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