CALVINI-LEFEBVRE Marc - Conférences et communications

Conférences et communications :

- "Politique de la Mémoire Féministe: le cas des suffragistes anti-militaristes britanniques", Journée d'Etudes "Icônes et Mentors", Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, 2017

- "From Greenham to the Hague and on to Kabul: what place for history in feminist resistance to war?", International Conference on Resistance to War 1914-1924, Leeds, 2016

- "Christabel Pankhurst at war: crossing into antifeminism?", Atelier de la SAGEF, Congrès de la SAES, Caen, 2014

- "Revisiting the Place of the Great War in the history of British Feminism", Atelier du CRECIB, Congrès de la SAES, Dijon, 2013

- "Piercing the Fog: identifying feminism in the context of total war", Atelier de la SAGEF, congrès de la SAES, Limoges, 2012

- "Peut-on briser le "plafond de verre"? L'éclairage des Gender Studies", Séminaire du GRAPH, St Cyr-sur-Mer, 2011

- All quiet on the feminist front? ‘Keeping the flag flying’ in Great War Britain, Other Combatants, Other Fronts: Competing Histories of the First World War, 5ieme Conférence de l’International Society for First World War Studies, The Imperial War Museum, Londres, 2009

- Piercing the fog: identifying ‘feminism’ in the context of total war, Feminism and History: Rethinking Women’s Movements since 1800, organisé par le History of Feminism Network au Bishopsgate Institute, Londres, 2008

- ‘Women! Your Country Needs You!’: gendering citizenship in Great War Britain, British International Studies Association (BISA) Annual Conference, Cambridge. 2007

- ‘The peace-loving sex’ against the Great War: a flight from feminism?, Modern British History Conference, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow 2007.

- The place of the Great War in the history of British feminism, Thinking Gender: The NEXT Generation, organisé par le Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, Leeds University, 2006

- Gendering the war and peace debate in Britain: a capitulation to separate-spheres ideology?, The Gentler Sex? Responses of the women's movement to the First World War 1914-1919, Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, Londres. 2005