CFP: Female Entrepreneurship in the Long 19th Century: Global Perspectives – Edited Collection and Workshop

Scholars who are working at the intersections of gender studies, entrepreneurship and global history would be interested in this call for an edited collection on Female Entrepreneurs in the Long Nineteenth Century: a Global Perspective. Read the original call from the editors, Dr Catherine Bishop (University of Sydney) and Dr Jennifer Aston (University of Northumbria), below: … Continue reading CFP: Female Entrepreneurship in the Long 19th Century: Global Perspectives – Edited Collection and Workshop

CFP: Women and World War I (Slovenia and Italy, November 2017)

Readers of the global history blog working at the intersection of gender studies and world history may like to explore this international conference to be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia and Gorizia, Italy in November 2017. Please find below the original call for papers from the organizers: Women and World War I The Department of History at the … Continue reading CFP: Women and World War I (Slovenia and Italy, November 2017)

Assistant Professor, Global Approaches to Gender and Health, University of North Carolina-Charlotte

Even during the middle of the Thanksgiving holiday season (at least for those readers in North America), the job market continues its march. The latest relevant posting we’ve seen comes from the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, which invites applications for a tenure-track position in Global Approaches to Gender … Continue reading Assistant Professor, Global Approaches to Gender and Health, University of North Carolina-Charlotte