Women, Gender & Sexuality @Social Science History Association

Washington DC
Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill, Washington DC
The Women, Gender & Sexuality Network of the Social Science History Association
19.11.2020 - 22.11.2020
Dominique Grisard

Deadline extended!

We call for panels and papers for this year’s annual meeting in Washington DC.

Date: Nov. 19-22, 2020
Place: Washington DC, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Capitol Hill
Submission deadline: March 13, 2020
Submission guidelines: http://ssha2020.ssha.org/

GENERAL CONFERENCE THEME: Politics, Society, and the Economy: the Past and Today

Possible Women, Gender and Sexuality panel themes:
1. Border Crossings (literal and metaphorical)
2. Gendering Peace & Security Studies
3. Gendered security discourses
4. Angry white men/boys
5. Investing in Masculinity. Banking, Markets, Power
6. Reproductive Rights and Politics (e.g. planned parenthood, Pro Familia Germany etc.)
7. Female work life balance
8. Gendered politics and practices of inheritance
9. Property and gender
10. Music and gender
11. Production – reproduction
12. Ecofeminism past and present
13. “Housewifization” and colonization
14. Feminist movements
15. Missing women (uncounted)
16. The history of puberty
17. Intimacies in the digital age


General guidelines & information:
- Submission of entire panels, roundtables or book sessions encouraged
- Network representatives will be more than happy to help you complete your panels
- Back to back sessions possible, sequences (i.e. social movements 1, social movements 2, social movements 3)
- Three authors on panel recommended
- Discussant on panel submissions welcome but not necessary (see submission guidelines)
- Volunteer chairs and discussants welcome
- Graduate student travel grants available.


Contact information:
Martin Gössl (martin.goessl@fh-joanneum.at)
Dominique Grisard (dominique.grisard@unibas.ch)
Jadwiga Pieper Mooney (jadwiga@email.arizona.edu)
Bentia Roth (broth@binghamton.edu)

Women, Gender & Sexuality @Social Science History Association, 19.11.2020 – 22.11.2020 Washington DC, in: H-Soz-Kult, 17.02.2020, <www.hsozkult.de/event/id/termine-42554>.