"Women of the world": Women’s international activism in national contexts from 1945 until now

Place
Paris
Venue
University Paris 13
Host/Organizer
UFR Angellier "Langue, Littérature et Civilisations des pays anglophones", Université de Lille 3
Date
18.11.2011
Deadline
15.10.2010
By
Vervaecke, Philippe

CECILLE research laboratory at Lille 3 in partnership with CRIDAF at University of Paris 13 are organising a second workshop on ‘Women of the world’: women’s international activism in national contexts which will take place at University Paris 13 on November 18, 2011. (see CFP for the first wokshop here : http://www.womenshistorynetwork.org/confevent.html#lille).

This second workshop seeks to deepen reflection on the process of the internationalization of women’s movements and on the articulation between women’s international mobilizations and their national and local contexts.

This workshop seeks to understand to what extent women’s mobilizations at international conferences (either informal or institutional ones) since 1945 and in particular after the 1970s have helped to consolidate collective consciousness-raising, reinforced interaction and the comparison of their respective situations and claims.

Kontakt

Philippe Vervaecke
UFR Angellier
Université de Lille 3
Domaine universitaire 'Pont de Bois'
59650 Villeneuve d'Ascq
Email: philippe.vervaecke@univ-lille3.fr

Citation
"Women of the world": Women’s international activism in national contexts from 1945 until now, 18.11.2011 Paris, in: Connections. A Journal for Historians and Area Specialists, 01.07.2010, <www.connections.clio-online.net/event/id/termine-13868>.
Editors Information
Published on
01.07.2010