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*[http://www.womenwriters.nl/index.php/Nadejda_Alexandrova Nadezhda Alexandrova] (Sofia University, Bulgaria), <br> *[http://www.womenwriters.nl/index.php/Nadejda_Alexandrova Nadezhda Alexandrova] (Sofia University, Bulgaria), <br>
-*Hilde Hoogenboom (Arizona State University, USA), <br>+*[http://www.womenwriters.nl/index.php/Hilde_Hoogenboom Hilde Hoogenboom] (Arizona State University, USA), <br>
*[http://www.womenwriters.nl/index.php/Amelia_Sanz Amelia Sanz] (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain), <br> *[http://www.womenwriters.nl/index.php/Amelia_Sanz Amelia Sanz] (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain), <br>
*[http://www.womenwriters.nl/index.php/Suzan_van_Dijk%2C_Utrecht_University Suzan van Dijk] (Huygens ING, The Hague, Netherlands),<br> *[http://www.womenwriters.nl/index.php/Suzan_van_Dijk%2C_Utrecht_University Suzan van Dijk] (Huygens ING, The Hague, Netherlands),<br>

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"Women Writers in History"

As a result of the COST Action "Women Writers in History" a book series has been created at Rodopi Editions Amsterdam. The series is also entitled "Women Writers in History"; volumes will start being published in 2014.

Women Writers in History

This series focuses on women authors as a category and in particular on the role they were allowed to play in their respective countries, and beyond national borders in the whole of Europe. Thanks to important efforts in text digitizing, for instance of the early periodical press and of private correspondences, many reception data concerning works by female authors are becoming available. These data allow understanding the place female authors should be given in European literary history. The series Women Writers in History – created and coordinated by members of the NEWW Network – provides a platform for the outcome of this kind of research, for which the online entitled WomenWriters has been created, which is now being further developed.

The series will publish outcomes of collaborative NEWW research, and the Editorial Board invites researchers who would, up to now, not be members of this group to submit proposals for volumes and monographs to be included in the series. Research outcomes to be published here would typically not concern individual authors, but would realize large-scale research taking as a starting point, preferably, empirical data concerning the reception side of literary communication. Research would focus on the communication which had been taking place between these female authors and their (contemporary) readers at home and abroad, and provide insight in the position taken by these women.

Editorial board:

Advisory Board:

Planned volumes (outcomes of COST-WWIH and NEWW activities):

  • Amelia Sanz, Francesca Scott, Suzan van Dijk (eds.):
    • Women Telling Nations : Spring 2014
  • Nina Geerdink, Carme Font Paz (eds.):
    • "Mightier than the Spoon is the Pen": Economic Imperatives for Women's Writing before 1800 : June 2014
  • Magdalena Koch, Ramona Mihaila (eds.):
    • Women’s Writing and the East-West Connections : October 2014
  • Suzan van Dijk et al. (eds.):
    • Historiography of women’s writing: Opening perspectives: January 2015
  • Begoña Regueiro et al. (eds.):
    • Intellectual Women: Dissatisfied Modernities : October 2015


Please contact :
Masja Horn
Rodopi | www.rodopi.nl | Tijnmuiden 7, 1046 AK Amsterdam, The Netherlands |T: + 31 (0)20 611 48 21 | F: + 31 (0)20 447 29 79

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