Location: Monash University
Date: Friday 8 November, 2019
Feminist thought and feminist movements are in a state of constant evolution and contestation. The recent global rise of conservatism and authoritarian populism has been met with renewed and vocal opposition to the patriarchy, evident in the popularity of women’s marches and the strength of the #MeToo movement. Masculinity has come under increasing critical scrutiny in this changed socio-political context, but what of its gendered, relational opposite, ‘femininity’? How can the history of the broad and diverse movements known as ‘feminism’ frame understandings of our political present?
Submissions (consisting of a 200 word abstract and 150 word bio) should be emailed to email@example.com by 4 October 2019. You can find more details about the Symposium and register to attend here.
Lilith: A Feminist History Journal
First published in Melbourne in 1984, Lilith is a peer-reviewed journal which publishes articles and reviews in all areas of women’s, feminist and gender history (not limited to Australia or any particular time period). The journal is published annually towards the middle of each year.The journal is produced by a collective of postgraduates and early career researchers from across the globe, along with a distinguished Editorial Advisory Board of leading scholars in the field.The table of contents of the current issue of Lilith can be viewed here. Tables of contents for back issues are available here.
Lilith articles can be downloaded through Informit.