WiG Conference Archive

WiG Annual Conference: History and Past Programs


2007 Conference: October 18 - 21, 2007 at Snowbird Resort, Snowbird, Utah.

2006 Conference: October 19-22, 2006 at Snowbird Resort, Snowbird, Utah. Dale Askey has provided his presentation materials (as PowerPoint as PDF) as well as a set of links relevant to Wiggies and to current discussions about open access electronic journals.

2005 Conference: October 16-19, 2003 at General Butler State Resort Park in Carrolton, KY.

2004 Conference: October 16-19, 2003 at General Butler State Resort Park in Carrolton, KY. On-line registration was made available for the first time.

2003 Conference: October 16-19, 2003 at General Butler State Resort Park in Carrolton, KY.

2002 Conference: October 17-20, 2002 at the Rio Rico Resort, Arizona in Rio Rico, Arizona.

2001 Conference: October 18-21, 2001 at the Rio Rico Resort in Rio Rico, Arizona.

2000 Conference: October 19-22, 2000 at the Rio Rico Resort  in Rio Rico, Arizona. The conference included a panel on  New Feminist Work in 18th- and 19th-Century Studies, with the papers published on the website.

1999 Conference: October 28-31, 1999 at the Monte Toyon Retreat in Aptos, California. The conference included a panel of interdisciplinary scholars, titled The Body and Identity: Essential/Experiental/Constructed, organized by Marjorie Gelus, Ruth-Ellen Joeres, and Jennifer Ruth Hosek.

1998 Conference:October 29 - November 1, 1998 at the Monte Toyon Retreat in Aptos, California. German- American-Jewish author Jeannette Lander was invited to the 1998 WiG Conference.

1997 Conference: October 30-November 1, 1997 at the Monte Toyon Retreat in Aptos, California.

1996 Conference: October 31-November 3, 1996 in St. Augustine, Florida. View film handouts distributed by Rick McCormick, or take a look at the internet handout distributed by Margit Grieb.

1995 Conference: October 19-22, 1995. Several reading lists were also distributed at the conference: one dealing with Hannah Arendt, one with women's history, and one pertaining to the sociology of gender.