Projects Funded by EWHP
For many years EWHP published TIMELINES, an illustrated quarterly newsletter of stories and reports of women in the Church. To see a sample of Timelines, click here. Timelines is now being published as a blog with the articles collected quarterly and mailed to subscribers who wish a hard copy.
EWHP is willing to provide speakers or workshops for groups, and now has a traveling exhibit You can e-mail EWHP for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The annual meetings on Episcopal Women’s history have included two conferences on Southern Episcopal women, and one on Native American women and other women in the Northwest (2000).You can learn more about our most recent conference held October 24-25 2011 at Seneca Falls HERE. Or just enjoy this slide show of the meeting.
Our previous women’s history conference was held in Dallas on September 22-24, 2006.
EWHP is also a joint sponsor with the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church and the National Episcopal Historiographers and Archivists of the Tri-history Conferences. We have been working together since 1986 planning these tri-annual conferences. Recent tri-history conferences were in Toronto in 2001, Chicago in 2004, Williamsburg, VA in 2007 and Raleigh, NC in 2010. The meeting in Chicago was also a joint Anglican-Lutheran conference. The most recent conference was in Raleigh, From Manteo to the MDGs: Seeking Mission and Justice in the Anglican Tradition 1584-2010,
Save the date for the next tri-history conference to be held in San Antonio June 11-14, 2013. The Theme is the Episcopal Church on the Borderlands. The call for papers is now available.
EWHP continues recording, transcribing and editing the oral histories of dozens of women missionaries and lay workers.
BIOGRAPHIES AND MORE
At various times EWHP has published bibliographies, “how to” manuals, postcard series and a perpetual calendar honoring twelve women who had made history in the Episcopal Church or their communities. Our most current project is a collection of biographies of the women who have been elected bishops in the Episcopal Church.
A growing archive is maintained in the national Episcopal Church Archives in Austin Texas.