Welcome to the site of COST Action IS0901 Women Writers In History: Toward a New Understanding of European Literary Culture (2009-2013). Thanks to this COST Action the NEWW network (New approaches to European Women's Writing) is expanding and developing. For this network, research of its members and events organised, please see: www.womenwriters.nl. The present Action site addresses members of the COST Action, who can post messages, discuss articles, upload and download files and read about the Action. See also the COST website. For information about this Action, see: "Action Definition". Concerning the use of this website: it is divided into four parts, so each of the Working Groups have their own space. First objective is to provide information. Second to allow exchange and discussion between Action members. For the moment the number of active participants is still limited to 50, which means that passwords have been distributed to all Working Group leaders, to all Members of the Management Committee (2 per country) and to the members of WG 4 (Dissemination). Other Action members are kindly asked to take contact with one of those as mediators for their messages. If you want to make a new page, you can do so by using the button in the top right corner. If the button is not there, you probably didn't sign in yet. Use this link to sign in. First navigate to the page where you want to add your new page, before creating a new page. Attachments to webpages in the form of uploaded documents can be uploaded by clicking "Attachments" at the bottom of each page. There is also the possibility to upload files not connected to a page, by using the Files link in the menu. Comments to webpages can be made by clicking "comments" at the bottom of each page. Webmaster, 30-12-09.
Messages o Last MC meeting Zürich 11 September 2013 As the COST-WWIH Action comes to its end 30th of September 2013, there was a final MC meeting in which the activities were closed, and where we discussed and ... Posted Sep 24, 2013, 2:13 AM by Suzan van Dijk o Final COST-WWIH conference In Huygens ING, The Hague, the final conference of the Action took place 19-21 June 2013. Here we manifested ourselves as a strong European network: contributions were collective, and ... Posted Jul 9, 2013, 11:57 AM by Suzan van Dijk o Your activities over the past year.... Thanks to all Action members for sending information about their publications, teaching and other activities, concerning women's authorship, literary production and reception before the early 20th century. This will ... Posted May 10, 2013, 2:30 AM by Suzan van Dijk.
Action Definition Women Writers in History: Toward a New Understanding of European Literary Culture. The initiative for this collaborative Action was taken by the NEWW network (“New approaches to European Women’s Writing”; cf. www.womenwriters.nl), which seeks to renew literary historiography from a gender and a transnational perspective. This COST Action (IS 0901) will last four years and is financed by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology). It will allow the extension of the existing network and the preparation of a large scale research project in which European scholars will further collaborate – in the real and virtual world. Grant holder of the Action is Huygens Institute, The Hague, Netherlands. The aim of this COST Action of course corresponds to the NEWW objectives. It is: to lay the groundwork for a new history of European women’s participation in the literary field of the centuries before 1900. What was these women’s influence? Which active roles did they play as authors and readers in the broadest sense of the word, i.e. including their roles as transcribers, translators, mediators and educators? What happened to them when they fell into the hands of 19th-century canonizers? How is their disappearance from literary history to be explained? Research activities in the NEWW framework were/are facilitated by the database WomenWriters, where information about the authors, their work and the reception of their work is stocked and can be manipulated and interpreted. This COST Action WWIH will further develop the database into a broad Research Infrastructure, allowing researchers to apply different research models to these data. Instructions for the use of this database can be found in the "Files uploaded and grouped" page. Particular attention is paid to women’s participation in transnational cultural dynamics and to the overlooked role of “smaller”, less internationally known literatures within the larger European context. This interdisciplinary research will lead to a new way of looking at Europe’s literary past – male and female –, which also implies a different perspective on Europe’s present. At present researchers from 20 countries are collaborating in this Action. Interested colleagues or students can take contact with national representatives within the Action (see list below), with the official COST National Contactpoint (see list in COST website) in their country, or with Chair Suzan van Dijk. Portugal: Vanda Anastacio Spain: Amelia Sanz France: Kerstin Wiedemann Belgium: Els Biesemans Netherlands: Alicia Montoya U.K.: Gillian Dow Ireland: Marie-Louise Coolahan Denmark: Anne-Marie Mai Norway: Anne Brigitte Ronning Finland: Kati Launis Germany: Annette Keilhauer Switzerland: Agnese Fidecaro Slovenia: Katja Mihurko Serbia: Biljana Dojcinovic Romania: Ileana Mihaila Greece: Laura Maratou-Alipranti Israel:Tovi Bibring Canada: Madeleine Jeay United States: Hilde Hogenboom Australia: Piera Carroli SvD, 30-12-09.
General information Here you will find general information on the Action, with the possibility to comment it and to add documents you consider relevant. The work program of the Action is presented in the Memorandum of Understanding which is to be found in the official COST website. The Powerpoint Presentation on this webpage (see below) further illustrates the objectives and the ways of collaborating. Central in the Action is the possibility for all members to work within a common research tool. For the moment this is the database WomenWriters, which is presently being moved to a new server and adapted to it (this will be finished soon). But during the course of the Action the database will be replaced by a much more advanced Research Infrastructure, where women's texts and authorship can be studied according to different research models. Four Milestones have been planned, that will be presented at the end of each of the four years of the Action (in November), in a Conference which will also be open to other interested colleagus and students. The first one will take place in Madrid. The Conferences will be prepared by electronic contact, and in a Workshop to be held in May - the first one will take place in Turku, Finland. In order to reach these Milestones, described in the Memorandum, four Working Groups have been created. They relate differently to the central questions: adopting a theoretical perspective (WG 1), discussing and preparing technological aspects (WG 2), selecting and discussing source material informing about the (international) reception of women's writing (WG 3) and preparing and organizing dissemination activities (WG 4). Members of the Action are invited to participate in (one of) the Working Groups - preferably of course the one corresponding best to their expertise and current research. A certain number of the Action members are already participating in a Working Group, but not all. Please take a decision about the WG you want to belong to. For contact between the WG members this website is considered essential. Put information that is specific to a Working Group in one of the separate Working Group areas, see the menu on the left, the bottom of this page or click here: o Working Group 1 "Models and Theories" o Working Group 2 "Tools and Interconnectivity" o Working Group 3 "Selection and Use of Relevant Sources" o Working Group 4 "Dissemination and Extension of the Research Network" We suggest that contacts should also exist between members working on the same literature, period or genre, and in particular between colleagues active in the same country: this will allow the members of the Management Committee to act as representatives. Subpages (5): Powerpoint Presentation 5-3-2009 Working Group 1 Working Group 2 Working Group 3 Working Group 4 Č ĉ ď v.5 WWIH_Action_members_without_WG.doc (20k) Suzan van Dijk, Jan 31, 2010, 12:56 PM
Working Group 1 Models and Theories This WG is furnishing the theoretical framework of the Action: it takes as a starting point such research questions as can be studied now with the help of the present version of the database WomenWriters in order to go beyond. Theory is to be modelled into an appropriate structure in WG 2. One of the challenges here is that present classifications of relevant data concerning the literary field do not apply for the pre-printing period, in terms of authorship and reception. Tasks: (1) analysis of (a) research now possible in WomenWriters, and (b) related questions to be asked, in order to understand women’s position in the international literary field before 1900; (2) inventory and comparison of recent research and theoretical models to be adopted; (3) concerting future research models, methods, workflow – serving as a basis for WG 2 to propose a possible Digital Infrastructure or “Research Environment”; (4) discuss the possibility of collaboration and interconnectivity with online projects; (5) discuss provisional results of developing by WG 2; (6) responsibility for the Roadmap. Members (4-5-2012; links are to info in NEWW website): 1. Almeida, Teresa 2. Dojcinovic, Biljana (WG-leader) 3. Dor, Juliette 4. Filipova, Bozhana 5. Font Paz, Carme 6. Koch, Magdalena 7. Lappalainen, Païvi 8. Mudure, Mihaela 9. Parente-Capkova, Viola (WG-leader) 10. Paloposki, Outi 11. Pohl, Nicole 12. Regueiro, Begona 13. Ronning, Anne Birgitte 14. Van Dijk, Suzan 15. Von Kulessa, Rotraud 16. Rosenholm, Arja 17. Dutu, Carmen Beatrice 18. Bakic, Jelena 19. Erkol, Cimen Gunay 20. Alexandrova, Nadezhda 21. Blutrach-Jelín, Carolina 22. Dajnowicz, Małgorzata 23. Fournier Kiss, Corinne 24. Isenberg, Nancy 25. Jensterle Doležal, Alenka 26. Johannson, Birgitta 27. Nemet, Sofija 28. Malesevic, Novak 29. Timuroglu, Senem This is the place where Agendas and Minutes of meetings are to be found and created, as well as a bibliography and list of relevant websites. These documents are to be uploaded in the Files section. From here a link allows accessing the documents. Here you can also attach your own WG1 pages, to be commented by the colleagues. If you want to make a new page for Working Group 1, start from here by clicking the "create" button at the top-right. Your new document will be attached to this page then, by means of a line at the bottom of this page. If you're not happy with the amount of attention it gets, just put a link to your new page into this page. You can just copy and paste the link, it's that easy. See minutes WG1 meeting 21-11-09 in Files section.
Working Group 2 Tools and Interconnectivity Starting from what is now being done in the database WomenWriters, this WG will prepare and develop a prototype of a digital Research Infrastructure or Environment supporting different types of research workflow, all of them allowing to understand women’s role in the literary field. It will provide technical solutions for collaborations and interconnectivity with other online projects. This WG will carry out and propose to WG 3 technological solutions for the treatment of research material which correspond to suggestions from the WG 1 ‘Models and Theories’. In deciding on which technical approach is best, the input of test users (WG 3) is of the highest importance. tasks, globally: 1. analysis of (a) research now possible in WomenWriters, and (b) technological possibilities allowing to go beyond, while making use of content (in databases) accessible on the internet; 2. applied research into interoperable tools, in particular into the possibility of linking together different databases and to create links toward analytical tools; 3. evaluating the information, propositions and questions of the Working Groups 1 and 3, as far as those are concerned with or have implications for the prototype of digital Infrastructure that should support the concerted research model and framework; 4. combining the evaluations of theory and practice into actual programming, in collaboration with WGs 3 (users) and 1 (theorists) – this collaboration can take the form of Short-Term Scientific Missions members (4-5-2012; links are to info in NEWW website): 1. Biesemans, Els 2. Coolahan, Marie-Louise (WG-leader) 3. Hoogerwerf, Maarten 4. Hooper, Kirsty 5. Kaltenbrunner, Wolfgang 6. Sanz, Amelia 7. Towheed, Shaf 8. Van Zundert, Joris 9. Naaijkens, Els 10. Bergenmar, Jenny 11. Filarski, GertJan 12. Hermannson, Gunilla 13. Milinkovic, Jelena 14. Pfenninger, Peter 15. Radivojevic, Zacharie 16. Ruiz, Cesar 17. Stéfan Sinclair 18. Vaupotic, Ales This is the place where Agendas and Minutes of meetings are to be found and created, as well as a bibliography and list of relevant websites. These documents are to be uploaded in the Files section. From here a link allows accessing the documents. Here you can also attach your own WG2 pages, to be commented by the colleagues. If you want to make a new page for Working Group 2, start from here by clicking the "create" button at the top-right. Your new document will be attached to this page then, by means of a line at the bottom of this page. If you're not happy with the amount of attention it gets, just put a link to your new page into this page. You can just copy and paste the link, it's that easy. See minutes WG2 meeting 21-11-09 in Files section.
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Working Group 3 Selection and Use of Relevant Sources Starting from (types of) sources used up to now in WomenWriters (in particular for the Dutch reception), this WG will handle the essential question of the selection of source material for contemporary or pre-canon reception, on which the future research will be based. It will take into account the outcome of earlier research carried out on this material. These sources include, depending on the period: male and female private libraries’ inventories, correspondences, diaries, memoirs, printers’ and booksellers’ inventories, reviews and advertisements in the periodical press, literary histories, censorship procedures, pedagogical and moral tracts, catalogues of “learned” and “illustrious women”, travel narratives, etc. The WG will not only discuss and prepare selection, listing and prioritising, but also have – for the testing of the Infrastructure and appropriateness of selected Models and Theories – data entry done by assistants, trainees or Master students. These tests will furnish input for the WG 2 ‘Tools and Interconnectivity’, for which members of WG 3 will function as test users, especially about usability. WG 3 intends to have assistants co-financed by domestic or national funding. tasks: 1. analysis of types of sources used up to now in WomenWriters, in relation to research outcome; 2. inventory – for the different countries represented in the WG – of (modern as well as older) sources concerning women authors before 1900, their publications and the reception of these publications; 3. prioritizing for entry of data into the present database version or the prototype digital Infrastructure, followed by data entry for testing reasons – possibly to be organized in the form of STSMs; 4. formulating wishes for usability of the Infrastructure for researchers, assistants and students; 5. submitting proposals for funding data entry (corresponding to participants’ own current research) by assistants, and supervising this data entry; 6. discussion of results and interpretations, leading to suggestions addressed to WG 2 members (4-5-2012; links are to info in NEWW site): 1. Anastacio, Vanda 2. Baranda, Nieves 3. Bibring, Tovi 4. Bolufer, Monica 5. Carroli, Piera 6. Castro, Ines 7. Cossy, Valérie 8. Duyvendak, Lizet 9. Gomis, Juan 10. Grönstrand, Heidi 11. Keilhauer, Annette 12. Leskelä-Kärki, Maarit 13. Müller-Adams, Elisa 14. Naaijkens, Ton 15. Schlieper, Hendrick 16. Sorbo, Marie (WG-co-leader) 17. Steinbrügge, Lieselotte 18. Tuohela, Kirsi 19. Van Kalmthout, Ton 20. Wiedemann, Kerstin 21. Dalton, Susan 22. Gretchanaia, Elena 23. Hoogenboom, Hilde 24. Pantélic, Ivana 25. Burguera, Monica 26. Lenderova, Milena 27. Alexandridou, Sirmoula 28. Rizaki, Eirini 29. Dalakoura, Katerina 30. Anagnostopouloy, Xrysoula 31. Crivelli, Tatiana 32. Genieys-Kirk, Séverine 33. Heuvelmans, Kim 34. Montoya, Alicia C. (WG-co-leader) 35. Nosdeo, Caterina 36. Sifaki, Maria 37. Vasilaki, Aspasia 38. Marianna D'Ezio 39. Mojca Sauperl This is the place where Agendas and Minutes of meetings are to be found, as well as a bibliography and list of relevant websites. These documents are to be uploaded in the Files section. From here a link allows accessing the documents. Here you can also attach your own WG3 pages, to be commented by the colleagues. If you want to make a new page for Working Group 3, start from here by clicking the "create" button at the top-right. Your new document will be attached to this page then, by means of a line at the bottom of this page. If you're not happy with the amount of attention it gets, just put a link to your new page into this page. You can just copy and paste the link, it's that easy. See minutes WG3 meeting 21-11-09 in Files section. See also the NEWWsite Sources page.
General information > Working Group 4 Dissemination and Extension of the Research Network The role of this WG is to interest new participants in the Action, keeping an eye on the equal representation, within the Action, of European countries and national literatures; test the possibilities of engaging, in view of the future research project, students or volunteers; and more generally study the possible links between the research activities and academic teaching. It will also, starting at the end of year 1, disseminate results of Action activities. An Action website needs to be created, that should be accessible in a provisional form before May 2010, in order to have been tested before the WG meeting in Turku, where it needs to be discussed and approved. tasks: 1. disseminating (right from the beginning) the plans of the Action and outreach toward possible new participants (provide a flyer; business cards; action website); 2. disseminating the results (from year 1 month 9) of the other Working Groups to an audience as large as possible (the link with the NEWW network is to be discussed); 3. creating connections to academic teaching; 4. initiating new grant proposals on an international scale. members (4-5-2012; links are to info in NEWW website): 1. Dow, Gillian (WG-leader) 2. Fidecaro, Agnese 3. Launis, Kati 4. Mai, Anne-Marie 5. Mihurko, Katja (WG-leader) 6. Mihaila, Ileana 7. Partzsch, Henriette 8. Steinfeld, Torill 9. Stohler, Ursula 10. Badalic, Tanja 11. Kulsdom, Astrid 12. Varga, Zsuzsanna 13. Kirkley, Laura 14. Lousada, Isabel 15. Mihaila, Ramona 16. Scott, Francesca 17. Jovicic, Juliana This is the place where Agendas and Minutes of meetings are to be found and created, as well as a bibliography and list of relevant websites. These documents are to be uploaded in the Files section. From here a link allows accessing the documents. Here you can also attach your own WG4 pages, to be commented by the colleagues. If you want to make a new page for Working Group 4, start from here by clicking the "create" button at the top-right. Your new document will be attached to this page then, by means of a line at the bottom of this page. If you're not happy with the amount of attention it gets, just put a link to your new page into this page. You can just copy and paste the link, it's that easy. See minutes WG4 meeting 21-11-09 in Files section.
The Team Chair, Vice-Chair and Secretary of the Action: Suzan van Dijk, Vanda Anastacio, Marie-Louise Coolahan. Working Group leaders: Viola Parente-Capkova, Marie-Louise Coolahan, Tovi Bibring, Gillian Dow. Manager of STSMs (Short Time Scientific Missions): Henriette Partzsch Grant holder of the Action: Huygens Institute, The Hague, Netherlands Universities currently represented in the Action’s Management Committee: Universiteit Gent, Université de Liège (Belgium), Sofia University (Bulgaria), University of Southern Denmark, University of Turku (Finland), Université Nancy 2 (France), Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Universität Trier (Germany), National Centre for Social Research, EKKE Athens (Greece), National University of Ireland Galway, Bar Ilan University (Israël), University of Utrecht, University of Groningen (Netherlands), Volda University College, University of Oslo (Norway), Universidade de Lisboa, Universidade Nuova de Lisboa (Portugal), University of Bucarest, University of Cluj (Romania), University of Belgrade (Serbia), University of Nova Gorica (Slovenia), Universidad Complutense Madrid, University of Valencia (Spain), University of Bern, Université de Genève, Université de Lausanne (Switzerland), University of Southampton, Oxford Brookes University (United Kingdom). Universities from "non-COST-countries" participating in this Action: Australian National University Canberra (Australia), Université de Montréal (Canada), University at Albany (USA), Florida State University (USA).
National groups National groups, where also non-COST researchers are invited to participate: o Portuguese Women Writers (PWW), organised by Vanda Anastacio members: Teresa de Almeida Ines Castro Maria de Deus Duarte Maria Luisa Malato Isabel Morujao o Dutch Women Writers (DWW), corresponding to a project in Huygens Institute The Hague, welcoming interested researchers working on Dutch female authors, as well as trainees members: Ton van Kalmthout Ton Naaijkens Lizet Duyvendak Els Naaijkens Roselinde Supheert Suzan van Dijk o Finnish Women Writers (FWW), organised at Turku University members: Päivi Lappalainen Maarit Leskelä-Kärki Kirsi Tuohela Viola Parente-Čapková Heidi Grönstrand Kati Launis o Spanish Women Writers (SWW), organized by Nieves Baranda in BIESES. Bibliography of Spanish Women Writers, (financed by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology) members: Anne J. Cruz Mercedes Marcos M. Carmen Marin Pina Inmaculada Osuna Emilio Palacios Isabelle Poutrin Leticia Sanchez Hernandez Jacobo Sanz Hermida.
Messages Subscribe to posts Last MC meeting Zürich 11 September 2013 posted Jul 9, 2013, 12:08 PM by Suzan van Dijk [ updated Sep 24, 2013, 2:13 AM ] As the COST-WWIH Action comes to its end 30th of September 2013, there was a final MC meeting in which the activities were closed, and where we discussed and planned future collaborative activities and ways in which we will continue our transnational cooperation. It took place 11th of September in Zürich, where Tatiana Crivelli and Caterina Nosdeo had organised it. For this MC meeting only MC-members had been invited, but all other Action members were kindly asked to take contact with the MC members representing their countries (see Action fact sheet), in order to discuss any ideas, suggestions or projects. For this meeting of course, and as usual, travels and hotel nights (max. 2) are reimbursed. Please find the Agenda, as well as the Minutes of this final meeting here in the "Files uploaded" part. Here is also the draft version of the Final report which was discussed during the meeting, and can still be commented on (comments to be sent to Chair or WG-leaders); it will be sent to the COST office in Brussels in the first half of October. Final COST-WWIH conference posted May 10, 2013, 2:37 AM by Suzan van Dijk [ updated Jul 9, 2013, 11:57 AM ] In Huygens ING, The Hague, the final conference of the Action took place 19-21 June 2013. Here we manifested ourselves as a strong European network: contributions were collective, and corresponded to collaboration going on within sub-groups: collaborations which were initiated thanks to the COST-WWIH Action, and will continue after the closing of the Action (30 September 2013). Several follow-up projects have started - some of them financed: HERA Travelling TexTs, CLARIN COBWWWEB have started (1st of June) or will start soon (1st of September); others for which we will try to obtain funding. Most importantly: the network will continue being active: annual meetings are being scheduled and exchanges between participating countries are being scheduled. Your activities over the past year.... posted Mar 28, 2013, 4:10 PM by Suzan van Dijk [ updated May 10, 2013, 2:30 AM ] Thanks to all Action members for sending information about their publications, teaching and other activities, concerning women's authorship, literary production and reception before the early 20th century. This will again be presented for the COST Annual Progress Conference. The information will also be included in your personal pages: please check these from time to time in order to find potential errors, and have them corrected! Workshop Münster 3-5 April 2013 posted Mar 28, 2013, 4:06 PM by Suzan van Dijk [ updated Jul 9, 2013, 11:58 AM ] In Münster took place last April the International Workshop entitled "Collaborating in networks: preparing future projects". It has been organized by Hendrik Schlieper. The programme is still to be found here! An MC meeting was held 3rd of April, for which the Agenda is also to be found in the "Files uploaded" part of this site. 18 - 22 February 2013 the last Training School posted Feb 17, 2013, 11:17 AM by Rob Gielen [ updated Feb 17, 2013, 11:29 AM ] 5th Training School: 18 - 22 February 2013 the last Training School of the Action is held in The Hague. There will be 10 Trainees from 9 different countries. Three of them will participate "virtually", i.e. from home. The programme - mentioning also the research interests of the participants - is to be found in the "Documents uploaded" part. MC core group meeting Galway 24-25 January 2013 posted Jan 21, 2013, 12:17 PM by Suzan van Dijk [ updated Feb 17, 2013, 8:34 AM ] End of January a core group meeting was held, hosted by Marie-Louise Coolahan in Galway (NUI). The Minutes and also the Agenda of the meeting are to be found in the "Files uploaded" part. Some of the related documents are also available there, but not all of them (too complicated...). Please check if some of the items are important for you ! Important for young researchers posted Nov 22, 2012, 2:13 AM by Suzan van Dijk [ updated Nov 30, 2012, 7:18 AM ] Please find, in the "Files uploaded" page, two Calls for proposals: one for participation in the Training School to be held in February, and one for Short Time Scientific Missions to be carried out next year between March and May. Please have a look, ask for further information, if you need it, and react to the Call! Work and Budget Plan 4th year posted Nov 5, 2012, 1:52 AM by Suzan van Dijk The Work and Budget Plan for our last COST year has now been approved and is available on this site (see: Files uploaded: General files). Please consult it, in view of your participating in the planned activities. Poznan conference, 26-28 November 2012 posted Oct 22, 2012, 3:16 AM by Suzan van Dijk [ updated Nov 30, 2012, 7:21 AM ] In Poznan, thanks to our colleague Magdalena Koch and her team, we have just participated in a very successful Milestone 3 conference - report of which is to follow. The program is still to be found here, in the NEWW site. For further information about it and about publishing the contributions, please contact Magdalena: magdalena.jolanta.koch[at]gmail.com. Next NEWWsletter posted Oct 22, 2012, 3:05 AM by Suzan van Dijk For the next NEWWsletter, prepared now by Juliana Jovicic and Zsuzsanna Varga, all Action members are asked to send relevant information they want to share with colleagues. This NEWWsletter will also contain reports concerning different Think-Tank-meetings which took place recently in The Hague and Madrid, and about the International Workshop organised by our colleagues directing the Turkish Women Writers project.
Planned meetings Subscribe to posts Planned meetings posted Jan 19, 2010, 7:49 AM by Suzan van Dijk [ updated Mar 4, 2013, 7:57 AM ] Planned meetings COST Action IS0901 Date Location Type of meeting 1st Grant period 2009-2010 20-11-09 The Hague Workshop 20-11-09 The Hague MC-core-group 21-11-09 The Hague MC meeting 21-11-09 The Hague Working Groups 26/27-1-10 Lisbon MC-core-group and WG-leaders 24-05-10 Turku MC meeting 24/26-05-10 Turku Working Groups (Workshop) 26/30-05-10 Turku COST-WWIH sessions in Cultural Histories conference 24/25-6-10 Nancy COST-WWIH participation in International conference 28/30-6-10 Coïmbra COST-WWIH participation in SATOR annual conference 20/21-09 10 Ljubljana MC-core-group and WG-leaders 22/23-09 10 Ljubljana Symposium 4 2nd Grant period 2010-2011 11/16-10 10 The Hague 1st Training School 10-11-10 Madrid MC meeting (afternoon) 11/12-11-10 Madrid Working Groups (Milestone 1) 11/12-11-10 Madrid Conference (Milestone 1) 20/21-1-11 Chawton MC-core-group and WG-leaders 12/14-4-11 Alicante COST-WWIH participation in International conference 13-4-11 Belgrade MC meeting 14/16-4-11 Belgrade Working Groups (Workshop) 9/13-5-11 The Hague Second Training School 2/3-6-11 Bucharest COST-WWIH participation in International conference 16/18-6-11 Lille COST-WWIH participation in International conference 23/30-6-11 Nancy Short Time Scientific Missions 25/29-7-11 Graz COST-WWIH participation in Enlightenment conference 29-8/2-9-11 The Hague Third Training School 19-9-11 Oslo COST-WWIH research seminar 20/21-9-11 Oslo MC-core-group 27/30-9-11 Gothenburg Thinktank meeting "Interconnectivity" 3rd Grant period 2011-2012 4-11-11 Chawton MC meeting 3/5-11-11 Chawton Conference (Milestone 2) 23/24-1-12 The Hague MC-core-group 25/27-1-12 The Hague Second Thinktank meeting "Interconnectivity" 24/25-2-12 Tempe Arizona COST-WWIH panel in Women in French conference 28/30-3-12 Glasgow COST-WWIH participation in International conference 27-4-12 Bucharest MC meeting 25/28-4-12 Bucharest Working Groups (Workshop) 14/19-5-12 The Hague Fourth Training School 20/23-6-12 Victoria COST-WWIH participation in SATOR annual conference 26-29-6-12 Dublin COST-WWIH session in SHARP annual conference 9/13-7-12 The Hague First Thinktank meeting "Preparing the data" 16/20-7-12 Hamburg COST-WWIH participation in Digital Humanities annual conference 3/7-9-12 The Hague Second Thinktank meeting "Preparing the data" 19/21-9-12 Madrid Thinktank meeting "Handling manuscript material" 27/29-9-12 Istanbul International workshop together with "Turkish Women Writers" project 4/5-10-12 Lisbon MC-core-group 4rth Grant period 2012-2013 26/28-11-12 Poznan Conference (Milestone 3) 28-11-12 Poznan MC meeting 24/25-1-13 Galway MC core group 3/5-4-13 Münster Workshop 3-4-13 Münster MC meeting 19/21-6-13 The Hague Final Conference.
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