Tag Archives: NWSA

We are proud to announce the launch of Transformations, a new series at UIP dedicated to innovative visions of scholarship in womanism, feminism, and indigeneity. Series editor AnaLouise Keating, a professor of women’s studies at Texas Woman’s University, envisioned a … Continue reading

By Dawn Durante, Acquisitions Editor It is that time of year again! The NWSA/UIP First book prize submission deadline is June 1. This prize seeks the best dissertation or first book manuscript in the field of women’s and gender studies … Continue reading

The National Women’s Studies Association and the University of Illinois Press are pleased to announce a competition for the best dissertation or first book manuscript by a single author in the field of women’s and gender studies. Applicants must be … Continue reading

Muddying the Waters: Coauthoring Feminisms across Scholarship and Activism by Richa Nagar was named as Honorable Mention in the Gloria Anzaldúa Book Prize by the National Women’s Studies Association. The committee stated that the book was recognized because “it addresses … Continue reading

If you’re headed out to Milwaukee to soak up knowledge at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference, you’ll want to be prepared. That’s why we’ve come up with an essential UIP reading list for NWSA. Here are five books and … Continue reading

June 1, 2015, is the next application deadline for the NWSA/University of Illinois Press First Book Prize. From the NWSA press release: The National Women’s Studies Association and the University of Illinois Press are pleased to announce a competition for the … Continue reading

June 1, 2014, is the next application deadline for the NWSA/University of Illinois Press First Book Prize. From the NWSA press release: The National Women’s Studies Association and the University of Illinois Press are pleased to announce a competition for … Continue reading

Dr. Anna Howard Shaw was born on February 14, 1847. A leader of the women’s suffrage movement, Shaw was also a physician and one of the first ordained female Methodist ministers in the United States. Acknowledged by her contemporaries as the most outstanding … Continue reading