The Women’s History in the Digital World conference brings together historians, archivists, curators, digital humanists and more to present on their work, network and collaborate on current and future projects at the intersection of women’s history and digital scholarship. If you would like to propose a paper reflecting on your current research, teaching, curation or technical development of women’s history please follow the guidelines below. All time periods and global regions are considered. This is a chance to gain feedback on your work at various stages of development and students, academics, information and library professionals and independent scholars are all welcome to apply.
Click here to download a PDF of the call for papers.
Please send the following information to Dr. Jennifer Redmond by Wednesday 15 March 2017
- Complete contact information including current email and institutional affiliation, if any
- Short (150-200 word) biography for each presenter
- Abstract(s) of the proposed presentation (500 words for single paper, poster, or demonstration, or 1,500-2000 words for panels of 3 papers)