Gender History Workshop

The Gender History Workshop brings together Stanford historians from across geographic specialties to present their current research on the histories of women, gender, and sexuality.

2021-22 OrganizersEstelle Freedman, Theresa Iker, Carolyn Zola

Open to History Department faculty and graduate students

To RSVP and receive readings, sign up for the workshop listserv: genderhistory@lists.stanford.edu
 



March 9, 2022 | 12:00pm (PST)
Between Equality and Complementarity: Jeanne Gervais, Feminism, and Maternalist Politics in Côte d’Ivoire
Liz Jacob (Stanford University)

 



April 6, 2022
The Last Execution in Washington Square: Panic and Punishment in New York's Age of Gradual Emancipation
Magdalene Zier (Stanford University)

April 27, 2022
Transgender in Imperial China: Case Studies from the Qing Archives
Professor Matt Sommer (Stanford University)

May 11, 2022
Dating, Sex, Marriage, and the Emmett Till Generation
Professor Traci Parker (University of Massachusetts Amherst)