History seminars at the IHR
Gender and History in the Americas
Convenors: Mr Jon Coburn (Northumbria University), Inge Dornan (Brunel University), Dawn-Marie Gibson (Royal Holloway, University of London), Helen Glew (University of Westminster), Jay Kleinberg (Brunel University), Althea Legal-Miller (UCL - Institute of the Americas), Sinead McEneaney (Saint Mary’s University College), Rachel Ritchie (Brunel University), Lee Sartain (Portsmouth University), Dr Imoabong Umoren (University of Oxford)
For enquiries relating to this seminar please contact Rachel Ritchie: Rachel.Ritchie@brunel.ac.uk
Venue: Peter Marshall Room 204
Time: Monday, 17:30
"Magazines, gender, and hospitality in Canada and the US"
Faye Hammill (University of Strathclyde)
"Gender, Identity and Itinerancy in the Transatlantic Quaker Community: the Travels and Trials of Mary Weston, Quaker Preacher and Missionary, 1712-1766"
Naomi Pullin (University of Warwick)
"Migration, Motherhood, and Mortality: Yellow Fever and Gender Construction in the Deep South, 1800 to 1830"
Kathryn Olivarius (University of Oxford)
The Gender of the Solitary Vice: racialized gender, feminism, and sexual regulation in the nineteenth-century United States"
April Haynes (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
"The Last Lynching: Miscegenation and Racial Violence in Virginia"
Nicola Price (Royal Holloway University of London)
"Race women across borders 1920s-1960s"
Imaobong Umoren (University of Oxford)
Hyperreal Spaces and the Mythical Male in the West
Antonia Mackay (Oxford Brookes University)
The (Re)Presentation of Fannie Lou Hamer
Stephen Robinson (York St. John University)
Race, Gender and Celebrity in the Civil Rights Movement