presents a conference on
Gender in World Historical Studies
30 November ó 2 December 2001
University of California, Davis
Saturday, December 1
9 welcome Susan Mann (UCD) and Robert Moeller (UCI)
"Humanities Out There: Teaching World History in the High School Classroom"
David Andrew Johnson, Graduate Program, Department of History,UCI, and Humanities Out There, UCI
"Centering Gender in the World History Curriculum, 1500-1870"
Ulrike Strasser and Heidi Tinsman, Department of History, UCI
noon-2 Lunch for registered participants
2-5 Plenary Panel: "Court Women and Palace Life"
Anne Walthall, Professor of History, UCI, Chair
"Courtesans in Louis XIV's France" Kathryn Norberg, History, UCLA
"The Phoenix and the Family: Power and Sexual Paradox in European Court Culture" Katherine Crawford, History, Vanderbilt University
"Gendered Harems and Ottoman Court Culture Leslie Peirce, History, UCB
"Gendered for Success: Eunuchs at the Byzantine Court" Kathryn Ringrose, History, UCSD
7 p.m. Dinner for registered participants
Sunday, December 2
Discussant: Francesca Miller, Cross-Cultural Womenís History, UCD
"The Principle of Gender Equality vs. the Persistence of the Patriline: Surname Legislation in China in the 1930s and 1940s" by Margaret Kuo, History, UCLA
Discussant: Rosamaria Tanghetti, Cross-Cultural Womenís History,