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Women Writers in History: national and transnational approaches

When 14 June 2017 09:00 to 15 June 2017 17:00
Where NIAS Conference Room, St. Jorishof, Korte Spinhuissteeg 3, Amsterdam
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New approaches to European women’s writing will be presented to colleagues, students and interested readers of women’s literature, on June 14th and 15th in Amsterdam.

About the Workshop

Between 2013 and 2016 the European HERA Travelling TexTs project was being carried out in 5 countries – one of those being the Netherlands, more precisely The Hague: Huygens ING. The other countries were the United Kingdom (with the project leader in Glasgow), Finland, Norway and Slovenia. This research project had been prepared during a European COST Action, and was being done within an online database. The database itself was also completely restructured, extended and further developed - allowing new research. Some of the outcomes were already presented and published; two books are to follow. 

This central database, transformed into the NEWW VRE (NEWW as: New approaches to European Women’s Writing) will be presented to colleagues, students and interested readers of women’s literature, June 14th and 15th in Amsterdam, during a NIAS workshop organized at the Sint Jorishof.

This workshop will illustrate the progress made - thanks to the COST and HERA projects, as well as to  support by NWO, SURF and CLARIN-NL - for research about women’s literary history. The ways in which the NEWW VRE is functioning will be demonstrated. This tool will indeed be also at the core of future and ongoing collaboration: in the form of a recently created DARIAH Working Group, entitled Women Writers in History. We will highlight the coherence and continuity between the earlier research, digitizing and internationalizing projects and this new, more open, situation as a Working Group. 

The workshop will be held in English and cover 2 days: the “presentation day” will be followed by an expert meeting in which Working Group members will discuss their future collaboration.

Colleagues and interested readers, specialist and non-specialists are invited to take part in the “presentation day”, where speakers will include:

  • Marie Nedregotten Sørbø (Volda University College, Norway)
  • Amelia Sanz (Complutense University Madrid, Spain)
  • Orsi Réthelyi (Eötvös Loránd University Budapest, Hungary and Huygens ING)
  • Lia van Gemert (University of Amsterdam)
  • Lotte Jensen (Radboud University Nijmegen)
  • Petra Broomans (Groningen University)

The program of the “presentation day” will be soon available. Anyone interested is invited to join us; please register here before 6 June if you would like to attend.

Colleagues, MA students, stake-holders in Cultural Heritage Institutions can join the discussions of the expert meeting – please contact organizer Suzan van Dijk.


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