CFP: [Medieval] Authors, Authority and Authorship [TEMA 2009]
We are now welcoming submissions for the session on "Authors, Authority,
and Authorship" of the 19th Annual Meeting of the Texas Medieval
Association (TEMA), which will be held at the University of Texas in Austin
on the weekend of October 23-24, 2009.
AUTHORS, AUTHORITY, AND AUTHORSHIP
What does medieval literature have to tell us about its authors, and
respectively about authority and authorship? Papers may discuss individual
authors, as well as theoretical issues such as authorship (individual or
collective), authorial identity (textual, social, ethnic or other),
anonymity (intentional or accidental), and scribal interventions.
Please send abstracts of 250-300 words by March 1st, 2009 to Cristian Bratu
(Cristian_Bratu_at_baylor.edu). Inquiries are welcome.
Dr. Cristian Bratu
Modern Foreign Languages - French
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