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Publié le lundi 08 avril 2002 par Natalie Petiteau
Saturday 2nd November - Sunday 3rd November 2002
Mary Eagleton, Judy Giles, Eleanor Gordon, Jim McMillan, Rosemary O'Day,
Philippa Levine, Pat Thane, Deborah Thom, Daniel Walkowitz, Maggie Walsh.
This 2-day conference, to be held at Leeds Metropolitan University, U.K., aims to create a forum for the development of comparative perspectives. Its main focus will be Europe (including Britain) and North America, although we would welcome contributions on other geographical locations that engage with the central themes:
· How have women created occupational and professional identities in the historical past?
· How have they negotiated cultural, legal and institutional practices that are masculine in derivation?
· How have women created 'feminine' or 'feminist' practices and environments?
· How has work been integrated with domestic responsibilities and identities?
· For which groups of women has the term 'career' been meaningful?
· How has women's work been constructed and represented within wider cultural fields?
Proposals (of approximately 300 words) should be submitted by Friday 28th June 2002 to:
Dr Krista Cowman & Dr Louise Jackson, School of
Cultural Studies, Leeds Metropolitan University, Calverley Street, Leeds, LS1 3HE
For further details see http://www.lmu.ac.uk/ces/cs
- Leeds, Grande-Bretagne
- vendredi 28 juin 2002
- Krista Cowman
courriel : K [dot] Cowman [at] lmu [dot] ac [dot] uk
- Louise Jackson
courriel : L [dot] Jackson [at] lmu [dot] ac [dot] uk
URLS de référence
Source de l'information
- Fabrice Bensimon
courriel : fbensimon [at] free [dot] fr
Pour citer cette annonce
« Women and work culture », Appel à contribution, Calenda, Publié le lundi 08 avril 2002, http://calenda.org/187108