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Announcements The Journal has received the foUowing announcements and calls for papers. Requests for indusion in future issues should be limited to 100 words and sent to: Managing Editor, Journal of Women's History, c/o Department of History, BaUantine HaU 742, Indiana University, Bloomington , IN 47405. Such announcements wiU appear in only two issues. Contributions are invited for the second volume (two issues) of Thamyris, the forthcoming new journal on My thmaking from Past to Present, with a spedal 1995 issue devoted to mythmaking on gay and lesbian sexuaUties, homosocial arrangements, and masquerades representing myths from different ethnic backgrounds, historical periods, and geographic locations. One topic concerns myths of homosexuality imposed on non-western countries by colonialism. Deadlines: February 1,1995, for spring special issue; August 1, 1995, for autumn issue. Send submissions to the editors: Jan Best and Nanny de Vries, Na jade Press, P.O. Box 75933, 1070 AX Amsterdam, The Netherlands . Conversions and Visions in the Writings of African-American Women, a new book by Kimberly Rae Connor based on literary theory, women's studies, and religious studies, is now available from The University of Tennessee Press, Chicago Distribution Center, 11030 S. Langley, Chicago, IL 60628, for $32.50 in cloth. The National Women's Studies Association announces its fifteenth annual conference at Iowa State University, June 15-19,1994, "Teaching, Theory, and Action: Women Working in a Global Perspective," inviting feminist scholars and activists to examine gender, race, ethnicity, class, religion, sexuality, and nationality in a global context. For information, write: NWSA, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742. Phone: (301) 405-5573. E-mail: Loretta Modernism, Gender, and Culture. Papers wanted for already contracted interdisciplinary collection to be published by the Garland Press of New York. Topics should focus on the intersections between gender issues and modernist (1900-1950) culture and can center on the arts, sciences, social sdences, or mass culture. Send one-page abstracts by July 1,1994, to Lisa Rado, Department of English, University of Michigan, 7617 Haven Hall, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1045. The Ninth National Graduate Women's Studies Conference, 'Thinking on the Edge: Emerging Theories/Merging Practices in Gender Studies," will be April 15-17, 1994, at University of California, San Diego. For information, 1994 Announcements 169 write: University of California, San Diego, National Graduate Women's Studies Conference, Conference Services, Department Code 0513, La Jolla, CA 92093-0513 (619) 534-4220. The State Historical Society of Wisconsin is offering the $2,500 Amy Louise Hunter Fellowship. Deadline for applications: May 1,1994. For information, write: Dr. Michael E. Sevens, State Historian, State Historical Sodety of Wisconsin, 816 State Street, Madison, WI53706-1488. ...


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