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Announcements The following are announcements and calls for papers received at our office. In the future, such requests should be limited to 100 words and sent to: Managing Editor, JOURNAL OF WOMEN'S HISTORY, c/o Department of History, Ballantine Hall, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405. Announcements will appear in only two issues. The Ninth Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, 'Transformations : Women, Gender, Power," will be June 11-13,1993, at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY. The Program Committee seeks proposals addressing the relations between feminist history and social and political practice, and papers taking an interdisciplinary or comparative approach crossing national, cultural, racial, or ethnic lines. International participation and perspectives encouraged. Proposals for complete panels or roundtables preferred. Submit proposals in triplicate by February 1,1992. Include panel title, title and one-page abstract of each paper (or roundtable theme), and one-page vita for each participant (including address and phone). Enclose a self-addressed, stamped postcard. Direct all correspondence to "ATTN: Berkshire Conference." Send proposals on U-S. topics to: Elaine Abelson, New School for Social Research, Eugene Lang College, 65 W. 11th St., New York, NY 10011. Send proposals on non-U.S. topics to: Margaret Hunt, Amherst College, 2254, P.O. Box 5000, Amherst, MA 01002-5000. Send comparative U.S./non-U.S. proposals to either co-chair. Compilers and authors of and groups associated with Women's History Walks (or tours) are asked to share citations to and copies of these walks for reference in connection with a publication about their preparation and relevance to feminist history. No work will be reprinted without permission . (For background on this concept, see 179-80 of Getting Published in Women's Studies [1989].) Contact: Helen Rippier Wheeler, 2701 Durant Ave. #14, Berkeley, CA 94704-1733. The Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University, announces the 1990 bibliography, Women of Color and Southern Women: A Bibliography of Social Science Research, 1975-1988. Annual Supplement, 1990. The volume contains over 900 citations to social science research. Contact: Center for Research on Women, Clement Hall 339, Memphis State University, Memphis , TN 38152. Telephone: (901) 678-2770. The Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR) announces the Myrna L. Bemath Book Prize and the Myrna L. Bernath Research Fellowship. Both awards will be offered every two years to a woman for work in the areas of United States foreign relations, transna- 1991 Announcements 175 tional history, international history, peace studies, cultural interchange, and defense or strategic studies. For information, contact: Joan Hoff, Department of History, Ballantine Hall 742, Indiana University, Bloomington , IN 47405. Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy announces a call for papers for a special issue on lesbian philosophy, with a focus on ethics and related issues. For more information and to submit papers (in triplicate), write to: Claudia Card, Department of Philosophy, University of Wisconsin, Madison , WI53706. The deadline is January 10,1992. The Faculty of Letters of the University of Leiden, the Netherlands, is organizing an international conference, "By Sea and by Air: Five Centuries of Interaction Between the Low Countries and the Americas, 1492-1992," June 4-6, 1992. Send proposals for papers and/or workshops to: Mrs. S. Tabeling, Conference Secretary, Department of History, University of Leiden, P.O. Box 9515,2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands. The Graduate Program in Women's History of the University of Wisconsin -Madison announces a new series, "Working Papers in Women's History ." Papers are available for individual purchase. For price information and a current list of titles, contact: Jeanne Boydston, Working Papers in Women's History, Department of History, University of Wisconsin, Madison , WI53706. The Coordinating Committee on Women in the Historical Profession-Conference Group on Women's History announces the availability of a 60-page booklet produced on the 20th anniversary of our founding (see abstract in Winter 1991 issue of the JOURNAL). Copies may be purchased by sending $5 and a request for the "20th anniversary history" to: Lynn Weiner, Executive Director/Treasurer, CCWHP-CGWH, 527 Clinton, Oak Park, IL 60304. Checks should be payable to CCWHP-CGWH. The January 1990 issue of Forest & Conservation History was dedicated to women's contributions...


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