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UPDATE: The Uses of the "Former Age" in Middle English Literature (grad) (1/20/07; McGill, 10/3/07-11/3/07)

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Saturday, January 6, 2007 - 11:55pm
Meredith Donaldson Clark

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McGill University, Montr=E9al
13th Annual Graduate Conference on Language and Literature
March 10-11, 2007

*please note the extended deadline*

The Uses of the "Former Age" in Middle English Literature

"A blisful lyf, a paisible and a swete, / Ledden the peples in the =
former age..."

CFP: The Medieval World: From the Secular to the Spiritual Special Session for First Year Graduate Students (grad) (2/1/07; 2/24

updated: 
Saturday, January 6, 2007 - 11:00pm
Britt C Rothauser

 24th Annual New England Medieval Studies Consortium Graduate
 Student Conference
 University of Connecticut
 The Medieval World: From the Secular to the Spiritual
 Saturday, February 24, 2007
 
 Abstracts from first year graduate students are now being accepted
 on all topics concerning late antiquity through the late Middle
 Ages. This is a special session for first year graduate students
 only. We strongly encourage papers from a variety of disciplines,
 including:
 
 Anthropology – Archaeology – Art History – Classical Studies –
 Comparative
 Literature – Disability Studies – Drama – Gerontology – History –
 History of Science

UPDATE: Making an Audience (Medieval) (Ireland) (1/12/07; 4/18/07-4/20/07)

updated: 
Saturday, January 6, 2007 - 10:59pm
Making Books, Shaping Readers

Deadline extended:

The First International Making Books, Shaping Readers Conference
University College, Cork, April 18th - 20th 2007
http://www.ucc.ie/en/mbsr

Theme: "Making an Audience (Medieval)"

We have had a fantastic response to our conference CFP, but to complete our
programme we are looking for a panel of medievalists, with papers focused on
the theme of the conference. We are also delighted to confirm that Prof John
Thompson (QUB) and Prof Bill Bell (Edinburgh) will be our plenary speakers.

CFP: The Uses of the "Former Age" in Middle English Literature (grad) (1/5/07; New Worlds, Lost Worlds, 10/10/07-10/1

updated: 
Saturday, December 16, 2006 - 1:16am
Meredith Donaldson Clark

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=93New Worlds, Lost Worlds=94: Discovery, Change, and Loss in Literature
McGill University, Montr=E9al
13th Annual Graduate Conference on Language and Literature
March 10-11, 2007

The Uses of the "Former Age" in Middle English Literature

"A blisful lyf, a paisible and a swete, / Ledden the peples in the =
former age..."

CFP: Medieval Emotion (grad) (1/15/07; 3/31/07)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 12, 2006 - 12:53am
Wesley Yu

Medieval Emotion
Princeton University Graduate Conference in Medieval
Studies 2007
Call for Papers
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The Program in Medieval Studies at Princeton University invites graduate
students to submit paper proposals for its annual conference, to take =
place
on Saturday March 31, 2007. This year's theme is "Emotion," and the =
keynote
speaker is William Ian Miller, Thomas G. Long Professor of Law at the
University of Michigan Law School. The conference will provide a venue =
for
graduate students to discuss their work and to engage in dialogue with =
peers
from other universities. Medievalists have been on the forefront of =
recent

CFP: Neomedievalism (3/20/07; 9/27/07-9/30/07)

updated: 
Monday, December 11, 2006 - 11:26pm
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Call for Papers

22nd Annual Conference on Medievalism
International Society for Studies in Medievalism

27-30 September 2007

University of Western Ontario

NEOMEDIEVALISM

Plenary speakers for the conference include Terry Jones (UK), Richard Firth
Green (Ohio State University), and Alain Corbellari (Univ. de Lausanne).

CFP: Article Submissions for Volume––The Canterbury Tales (no deadline noted; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, November 28, 2006 - 10:55pm
Kathleen A Bishop

CFP: Article Submissions for Volume--The Canterbury Tales Revisited--
21st Century Interpretations

In this volume we will seek to relinquish a false attempt
to "reconstruct" Chaucer's audience, an impossible task at best, or to
produce
an "authentically" medieval reading, but instead resituate the
Canterbury Tales within a context of modern readership and
scholarship, responding to the texts as 21st readers, recognizing
there is no way to escape the fact that we are colored by our own
period.

Dr. Kathleen Bishop
New York University
kab4_at_nyu.edu

CFP: Medieval Lives, Media–Cities––Medieval Visions, Modern Spaces (12/15/06; CLC, 3/15/07–3/16/07)

updated: 
Sunday, November 26, 2006 - 3:25am
Nhora Lucia Serrano

CALL FOR PAPERS FOR PANEL entitled "Medieval lives,
media-cities--Medieval visions, modern spaces."

This panel is part of the 42nd Annual Comparative
Literature Conference, 15-16 March 2007--California State
University, Long Beach. This year's conference topic is
"Women, Sexuality, and Early Modern Studies."

"Medieval lives, media-cities--Medieval visions, modern
spaces"

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