We’re delighted to share the draft programme for the second MONC conference, Word and Image, to be held in Aberystwyth this September.
Cliciwch yma am raglen Cymraeg. Click here to download a copy in English.
Many thanks to Nathan Munday (Cardiff University) for providing the Welsh translation.
We will announce more details regarding the roundtable on the first day in the coming weeks. Join our mailing list or follow us on twitter for the latest updates.
Registration is now open; full details can be found here.
The conference is kindly supported by the Learned Society of Wales and Aberystwyth School of Art.
The West of England and South Wales Women’s History Network 23rd Annual Conference
Women and the Arts in Historical Perspective
Saturday 18 June 2016
Rebecca D’Monte, University of the West of England, Bristol
‘War Stories: Female Literary Responses to the Two World Wars’
Papers are invited on any aspect of women’s involvement in the ‘Arts’ and/or on the gendered issues that arise from this. For this conference the ‘Arts’ are broadly defined to include, for example: painting, design, sculpture, theatre, poetry and creative writing.
Papers might include women’s role as directors, collectors and financial supporters as well as their activities as performers and authors.
Proposals are welcome on any historical period and country.
Proposals of not more than 500 words should be sent to June.Hannam@uwe.ac.uk by Monday 21st March 2016.
For further information about the conference contact Katherine.Holden@uwe.ac.uk or June.Hannam@uwe.ac.uk, or visit the conference website https://weswwhnconf16.wordpress.com/
A PDF copy of the call for papers is available here.