UC World History Workshop
Winter, 2006 Meeting: Gender in/and World History
Irvine, CA Feb 18-19, 2006
Friday, February 17: informal evening meal/gathering for early arrivals. Time and place to be announced.
Saturday, February 18
Room 110 Humanities
9:30 Gender, Migration and Labor
Jose Moya (UCLA): "The Feminization of Domestic Service: A Historical and Global Perspective"
Sophia Martos (UCLA): “More Than the Male Bachelor: Gender and Family in Syrian and Lebanese Migration Patterns to Argentina”
Stephanie Moore (UCSD): “Gender and Japanese Immigrants to Peru, 1899 through World War II”
Merry Wiesner Hanks (University of Wisconsin Milwaukee): “Gender in World History: Rousing Successes, Good Starts, Puzzling Holes”
2:00 Pedagogy -- Teaching a Gendered World History
Lisa Vollendorf ( CSU Long Beach): “Historicizing Gender and Social Justice in the Classroom"
Robert Moeller (UCI):
“Can Old Eurocentric Dogs Learn New
World History Tricks? Or: Thoughts on How to Let the Empire Strike Back”
Nicole Gilbertson (UCI): “Historical Thinking in the K-12 Classroom”
4:15 Transnational Circulation of Gendered Ideas
Miriam Riggs(UCSD): “Gabriela, Gender, Race, and Tourism in Salvador, Brazil”
Alessa Johns (UC
Davis): “Women’s Publishing in Anglo-German
Sunday, Feb. 19