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Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship 2022 (Updated)

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ELK’S MOST VALUABLE STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS Elks National Foundation Scholarship Program has recently opened a 2022 scholarship opportunity for students who wish to pursue their studies in the United States of America to partake in the Elks most valuable student scholarship.  Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarships 2022 is a partly funded undergraduate scholarship for American students […]

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2018 award winners

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The winners of the 2018 awards have been announced (for works published in 2017) The Very Best Novel Amy Froide’s (U of Md Baltimore County, History) 1690-1750: Silent Partners: Women as Public Investors in the British Financial Revolution (Oxford University Press, 2017)   The following people have been given an honorable mention:   Women’s Writing […]

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work on the understudied

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Applicants for membership in this organisation, which gives a platform for their work to be viewed by others in the field, are encouraged to do so. Multidisciplinary, intersectional methodologies that are historically aware and philosophically inquisitive are important to us, as is classroom instruction that reflects this research. The Society’s membership is open to all […]

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2015 Award Winners

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SSEMW Awards 2015 (for books published in 2014) Wendy Heller Book Award by Amanda E. Herbert. New Haven: Yale University Press. This well-researched and elegantly written book examine early modern women’s social networks. The author uses a surprising array of original source materials in a multidisciplinary manner, and these resources are subsequently processed utilizing a […]

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Resisting and Reclaiming Intersectionality

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Prof. Christina Luckyj teaches English at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia. Anna Walker’s A Sweete Savor for Women (c. 1606) is described by Suzanne Trill in “A Feminist Critic in the Archives: Reading Anna Walker’s a Sweete Savor for Woman (c. 1606),” Women’s Writing 9.2 (2002): 191–214. I owe a lot to her and the […]

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2021 Awards

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2021 SSEMWG Book Award: Awarded Author Ulrike Strassen received an award-winning book on German Jesuit missionaries and their Pacific trips in the early modern period. Strasser studies gender and global history by following the Jesuits from Europe to the Pacific. The German Jesuits seeking martyrdom over the globe brought their religious, sexual, and gender beliefs […]

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Activism and Intersectionality

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SSEMW blog by Niamh J. O’Leary (February 24, 2018) The first anniversary of the Women’s March recently passed. The SSEMW blog’s early modern intersectionalities and activism reminded me of current waves of activist action in the US. My study of early modern female characters’ political affiliations makes me wonder what early modern literature might teach […]

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Early Modern Intersectionalities and Activisms

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Merry Wiesner-Hanks, SSEMW Blog (November 30, 2017)   The Women’s March was an event that many of us from Milwaukee will never forget. You may see our group’s banner on my Facebook page by clicking here. Most people’s Washington experiences began on the plane when even the pearl-clad women realized they were all going to […]

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Early Modern Women and Transnationalism

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Annemarie van Schurman, Utrecht’s Star Anne R. Larsen writes for SSEMW (January 2017) “Transnational research is all the rage,” said Allyson Poska on the SSEMW blog in September 2016. Exactly. We are continually on the search for early modern female writers, philosophers, scientists, and artists who participated in worldwide literary communities. Van Schurman and Jan […]

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