CCWH - CCHF

Canadian Committee on Women's History – Comité canadien de l'histoire des femmes

Announcement/Annonce: Hilda Neatby Prize/Prix Hilda Neatby

English to follow

LE PRIX HILDA NEATBY EN HISTOIRE DES FEMMES ET DU GENRE

2019 Appel à candidature

**La date limite pour soumettre une candidature est le 31 décembre 2018**

L’objectif du Prix Hilda Neatby en histoire des femmes et du genre, décerné depuis 1982 par la Comité canadien de l’histoire des femmes à la réunion annuelle de la Société historique du Canada, est d’encourager la publication d’articles scientifiques sur l’histoire des femmes et du genre dans les livres et les revues canadiennes.

Deux prix sont décernés, un pour le meilleur article écrit en français, l’autre pour le meilleur article écrit en anglais. Tous les articles scientifiques publiés au Canada et considérés comme une contribution originale et scientifique au champ de l’histoire des femmes et du genre sont admissibles.

Deux prix seront décernés:

  • ARTICLE DE LANGUE FRANÇAISE: Tout article scientifique de langue française, publié dans une revue ou un livre canadien ou international en 2018 et considéré comme une contribution originale et scientifique au champ de l’histoire des femmes et du genre peut être proposé pour le Prix Hilda Neatby de 2019.
  • ARTICLE DE LANGUE ANGLAISE: Tout article scientifique de langue anglaise, publié au Canada en 2018 et considéré comme une contribution originale et scientifique au champ de l’histoire des femmes et du genre peut être proposé pour le Prix Hilda Neatby de 2019.

Les nominations doivent être accompagnées d’une copie de l’article et envoyées avant le 31 décembre 2018 à Dr. Patrizia Gentile, Présidente, Comité du Prix Hilda Neatby.

Adresse courriel : patrizia.gentile[AT]carleton[DOT].ca

Pour plus d’information veuillez contacter Dr. Patrizia Gentile ou visitez le site web du CCHF: http://chashcacommittees-comitesa.ca/ccwh-cchf/.


HILDA NEATBY PRIZE IN CANADIAN WOMEN’S AnD GENDER HISTORY

2019 Call for Nominations

**Deadline December 31st, 2018**

The purpose of the Hilda Neatby Prize in Women’s and Gender History, awarded since 1982 by the Canadian Committee in Women’s History at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Historical Association, is to encourage the publication of scholarly articles on women’s and gender history in Canadian journals and books.

Two prizes are awarded, one for the best article in English, the other for the best article in French.  Any academic article published in Canada and deemed to make an original and scholarly contribution to the field of women’s history is eligible.

Two prizes shall be awarded:

  • FRENCH LANGUAGE PRIZE:Any French-language academic article published in a Canadian or international journal or book in 2018 and deemed to make an original and scholarly contribution to the field of women’s and gender history as it relates to women is eligible for nomination for the 2019 Neatby Prize.
  • ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRIZE:  Any English-language academic article published in Canada during 2018 and deemed to make an original and scholarly contribution to the field of women’s and gender history as it relates to women is eligible for nomination for the 2019 Hilda Neatby Prize.

 Send nominations, with 1 copy of the nominated article, before December 31st, 2018 to Dr. Patrizia Gentile, Chair, Hilda Neatby Prize Committee.

Email address:patrizia.gentile[AT]carleton[DOT].ca

For further information contact Dr. Patrizia Gentile or visit the website for the CCWH: http://chashcacommittees-comitesa.ca/ccwh-cchf/.

 

Reminder!

We would like to remind you that, while we are sponsoring a keynote speaker in our guaranteed spot at the CHA meeting in 2019, we would still be happy to endorse panels that engage effectively with women’s and gender history.  If you are planning such a panel and would like us to lend our support, do let us know.  Both of us have out-of-town commitments from October 10-14, so we’d appreciate hearing from you by 11:59 pm, October 8.  Send your submission by email attachment to Willeen at wkeough[at]sfu[dot]ca.  Hope you enjoy the long weekend!

Reminder: CHA

Hope you are all in recovery from the start-of-semester chaos.

Just writing to remind you that the CHA has posted its cfp for Congress, 2019, at UBC (see link at https://www.cha-shc.ca/?lid=MEBNQ-KCBY6-CUXBG). The deadline for submissions is October 15. We are hoping to see many of you at Congress and will do our best to order up better weather than the last time (brrrr).

We are planning to use our one guaranteed spot for a keynote speaker this time around (details to follow), but we just want those of you who are planning panels around women’s and gender history to know that we would be happy to lend the support of the CCWH-CCHF to your submission. Let us know, as we would love to acknowledge all the excellent work that you are doing.

All best,

Willeen and Lara

Announcement: Book Launch

Come and enjoy the launch of Rhonda Hinther’s new book, Perogies and Politics: Canada’s Ukrainian Left, 1891-1991. Copies of the book will be for sale. All are welcome! —– In Perogies and Politics, Rhonda Hinther explores the twentieth-century history of the Ukrainian left in Canada from the standpoint of the women, men, and children who formed and fostered it. For twentieth-century leftist Ukrainians, culture and politics were inextricably linked. The interaction of Ukrainian socio-cultural identity with Marxist-Leninism resulted in one of the most dynamic national working-class movements Canada has ever known. The Ukrainian left’s success lay in its ability to meet the needs of and speak in meaningful, respectful, and empowering ways to its supporters’ experiences and interests as individuals and as members of a distinct immigrant working-class community. This offered to Ukrainians a radical social, cultural, and political alternative to the fledgling Ukrainian churches and right-wing Ukrainian nationalist movements. Hinther’s colourful and in-depth work reveals how left-wing Ukrainians were affected by changing social, economic, and political forces and how they in turn responded to and challenged these forces.

 

For more information, check out the Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/events/2068703810049669/?active_tab=about

Announcement: New Co-Chairs and Vice-Chair

The CCWH-CCHF is pleased to announce the election of the Co-Chairs, Lara Campbell and Willeen Keough, and the Associate Chair, Heather Stanley, for the 2018-2019 year!

U of Regina Congress –University of Regina 2018 Sessions of interest for interdisciplinary feminist scholars

Interdisciplinary Feminist Open Sessions

CCWH-CCHF AGM Agenda Package

Please find the agenda for the CCWH-CCHF AGM and the translated 2017 AGM minutes below.  The Committee’s Constitution can be found at http://chashcacommittees-comitesa.ca/ccwh-cchf/about-us/constitutionconstitution/.

Agenda AGM 2018_eng fr

CCWH AGM Minutes 2017 KB_SD translated


Veuillez trouver l’ordre du jour pour l’AGA CCWH-CCHF et le procès-verbal de l’AGA 2017 ci-dessous. La Constitution du Comité peut être consultée à http://chashcacommittees-comitesa.ca/ccwh-cchf/about-us/constitutionconstitution/.

Agenda AGM 2018_eng fr

CCWH AGM Minutes 2017 KB_SD translated

Interim Report on 2017 Member Survey Data Presented by the Ad Hoc Committee on Representation

Now available!

Interim Report on CCWH Survey Data 2017-2018

CCWH-CCHF Special Meeting Agenda

Please find the agenda for the CCWH-CCHF Special Meeting below. The Committee’s Constitution can be found at http://chashcacommittees-comitesa.ca/ccwh-cchf/about-us/constitutionconstitution/.

Agenda Special Meeting Eng Fr

2017-2018 Newsletter/Bulletin

It’s here! / C’est ici!

CCWH-CCHF Newsletter/Bulletin 2017-18 

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