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American Women's and Gender History Conference

Hosted by the Department of History, this two-day conference brings together scholars from around the world to discuss the cutting edge of American Women’s and Gender History. Panels will address topics including multi-ethnic marriages, transnational political activism, and the gender transformations of world war.

Nov 08, 2014 09:00 AM to
Nov 09, 2014 06:00 PM

AGR Hall, Walter A. Buehler Alumni Center

This conference, open to the public, will bring together leading scholars of American women’s and gender history from across the country. Each of these scholars will be a contributor to an addition to the high profile Oxford Handbook series, the Oxford Handbook of American Women’s and Gender History, currently under contract.

Generously supported by the Office of the Provost and Chancellor, the UCHRI, the Davis Humanities Institute, the Division of Social Sciences, and the Department of History, this conference is designed both to workshop contributors’ papers and to engage a broad audience from across multiple disciplines, leading to a richer, more integrated understanding of the cutting edge of the field.

(530) 752-2070
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