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Announcements The Journal has received the foUowing announcements and caUs for papers. Requests for inclusion in future issues should be limited to 100 words and sent to: Managing Editor, JOURNAL OF WOMEN'S HISTORY; c/o Department of History, Ballantine HaU 742, Indiana University, Bloomington , IN 47405. Such announcements wiU appear in only two issues. The University of Waterloo will host a conference on "Women and Texts in Pre-Revolutionary France," May 7-9,1993. For further information, contact: Hannah Fournier or Jean-Philippe Beaulieu, MARGOT Project, Department of French, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Ñ2L 3Gl. Phone: (519) 885-1211 ext. 2249 or 3554. The seventh annual Midwest Feminist Graduate Student Conference will take place February 12-14,1993, at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. This interdisciplinary, cross-cultural conference is by and for graduate students . Sessions are designed for African-American, Euro-American, and Third-World feminists. For information, contact: MFGSC, c/o Women's Studies Program, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH 43402. Telephone: (419) 372-8261. The Center for the Study of the American South announces a new quarterly publication, Southern Cultures, to be published by Duke University Press. The journal will include folk, popular, and high culture of the South, emphasizing both commonalities and conflict between dominant and alternative cultures in the South. For information or to submit a manuscript, contact: Alecia Holand, Managing Editor, Southern Cultures, IRSS, University of North Carolina , Chapel HiU, NC 27599-3355. The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission is initiating a scholars -in-residence program, beginning in May 1993, to promote the interpretation of Pennsylvania history, to encourage research drawing on the commission's documentary and material resources, and to develop relationships between scholars and commission staff. Awards will be for a period of four to twelve consecutive weeks, between May 1993 and April 1994, at the rate of $1200 per month. For further information, contact: Division of History, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Box 1026, Harrisburg, PA 17108. Telephone: (717) 787-3034. Apphcation deadline is January 23,1993. Announcing a call for papers for a collection entitled Nexus: Writing on Location, an interdisciplinary anthology drawing on the "new subjectivity" or personal, narrative, or autobiographical criticism across a range of disciplines . Each critical/theoretical/autobiographical essay is to focus on the 1993 Announcements 247 relation of the writer's "location" or nexus of identities to specific texts or current theoretical issues in one's disciphne. Contact: Olivia Frey, Department of English, St. Olaf CoUege, Northf ield, MN 55057. Deadline is February 15,1993. Women and Recovery is a new monthly newsletter for women in all aspects of recovery and for professionals providing women's services. Annual subscriptions are $22 (12 issues). Write: Women to Women Communications, P. O. Box 161775, Cupertino, CA 95016. 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 National Council for Research on Women Directory Series has added three new multi-indexed titles to its list: A Directory of National Women's Organizations ($40); A Directory of Women's Media ($30); and A Directory of Works-in-Progress and Recent Publications ($30). For more information, write: National Council for Research on Women, 47-49 East 65th Street, New York, NY10021. Telephone: Dawn Henry at (212) 570-5001. The Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press is "auctioning" off its twenty-year collection of over 600 women's periodicals to the most suitable location to maximize its use. Some examples of "The Press of the Women's Movemenf include Voice of the Women's Movement, Spokeswoman, Off Our BacL·, The Ethnic Woman, Ain't I a Woman, Women of Color Newsletter, and Sojourner. For more information, write: Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press, 3306 Ross Place N.W, Washington, DC 20008. Telephone: Chris Delboni, Archives Coordinator, (202) 362-5694 (FAX 202-363-5694). The Research and Working Group on "Women and Developmenf ' of the Association for the Advancement of Policy, Research, and Development in the Third World plans an international colloquium, March 26-28, 1993, at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. Research papers...


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