Early Modern Nasty Women: Shrews, Scolds, and Whores
by Jessica C. Murphy
Members of the National Women’s Studies Association Early Modern Women Interest Group seek paper proposals for a panel on “Early Modern Nasty Women: Shrews, Scolds, and Whores” for the NWSA annual conference in Baltimore, Maryland, Nov 16-19 2017.
The Early Modern Women Interest group aims to propose a sponsored panel under the conference subtheme of “engaging, questioning, and transcending the state.”
We seek papers that address:
- Canonical early modern women writers’ support of state power
- Early modern representations of disruptive, unruly, or innovative women
- How early modern women’s negotiations of power prefigure contemporary politics
- Early modern women and race vis-a-vis the proto-capitalist state
Please send abstracts of 250 words and a list of major primary and secondary sources to email@example.com by January 10, 2017.
The NWSA annual conference regularly draws more than 1,700 attendees and is the only annual meeting exclusively dedicated to showcasing the latest feminist scholarship. The 2017 conference theme is “40 Years After Combahee: Feminist Scholars and Activists Engage the Movement for Black Lives.” For more information about the National Women’s Studies Association visit www.nwsa.org.