Women's History in the Digital World:
Paper and Panel Submissions due December 14, 2012
The Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women's Education has issued a Call for Papers: Women's History in the Digital World will take place at Bryn Mawr College in March of 2013, featuring keynote speaker Professor Laura Mandell, Director of the Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture, and Professor of English at Texas A&M.
We seek individual papers or panels that use digital methods to address topics in women's history. Projects may address key issues, new work, theoretical approaches and new challenges in the digital realm of historical and cultural research on women. See our earlier post for further details.
- Individual papers: please send an abstract (200 words or fewer), and a brief bio (100 words or fewer).
- Panels: panels should consist of three presenters and will be scheduled to last 90 minutes to allow time for questions. Submit titles and abstracts (200 words or fewer) for three papers, planning 20 minutes for each. Please also include brief bios (100 words) of each presenter. You may nominate a chair for your panel or we will assign one for your session
There is less than a month left to submit!
Email all questions and submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
by December 14th 2012.