Carolina Gender, War and Culture Seminar Series
The Carolina Gender, War and Culture Studies Series strives to create opportunities for interdisciplinary dialogue, intellectual collaboration, and scholarly camaraderie for faculty and students of the broadly defined theme of gender, war and culture based in North Carolina. Hosted on a monthly basis at the campus of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the seminars are open to members of the academic community throughout the state of North Carolina and beyond: faculty, graduate students and interested undergraduates students are welcome. Past seminars have spanned medieval, early modern, and modern history from a global perspective and have represented a wide range of disciplines from cultural studies to history, from literary studies to political and social science.
If you are interested to present a paper please send a proposal to the speaker Dr. Karen Hagemann.
The seminars are open for the public. No registration is necessary.
Conveners and Sponsors
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill:
- Center for European Studies
- Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense
- Department of History
- Department of Women’s and Gender Studies
- History Department
- Program in American Grand Strategy
Triangle Institute for Security Studies
2016-17 Executive Committee
Dr. Karen Hagemann (Speaker and Organizer) (UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History / Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense)
To email Dr. Hagemann, click here.
In co-operation with:
- Dr. Dirk Bönker (Duke University, Department of History)
- Dr. Annegret Fauser (UNC–Chapel Hill, Department of Music)
- Dr. Anna Krylova (Duke University, Department of History)
- Dr. Morgan Pitelka (UNC–Chapel Hill, Asian Studies)
- Dr. Ariana E. Vigil (UNC–Chapel Hill, Department of Women’s and Gender Studies)