CFP: Queen Elizabeth I Society (12/1/06; SCRC, 3/8/07-3/10/07)

full name / name of organization: 
Anna Riehl
contact email: 
anya17@prodigy.net

CALL FOR PAPERS
FOUR OPEN SESSIONS ON
Queen Elizabeth I

Organized by the
THE QUEEN ELIZABETH I SOCIETY=20

Held in Conjunction with
Exploring the Renaissance 2007:
An International Conference
Sponsored by Our Lady of the Lake University

St. Antony Hotel in downtown San Antonio
March 8-10, 2007

Keynote Speakers:=20
Janel Mueller, "Elizabeth I's Translations"
Retha Warnicke, Elizabeth I and Mary Stewart: Two British Queens =
Regnant"
Debra Barrett-Graves, "Elizabeth I and Court Display"

Suggested Topics: the art, architecture, history, literature, politics, =
and
music=20
of the court of Elizabeth, particularly as these relate to the Queen.

Deadline: 400-500 word abstract by December 1, 2006.=20
Agnes Strickland Prize for the best essay.=20
For more information on QEIS and its activities, visit our website at=20
www.stedwards.edu/hum/klawitter/elizabeth-society/elizabeth.html
Submitting an abstract: All abstracts must be submitted online. Go to =
the
South Central Renaissance Conference=20
website at the address below. Click on "Submit an Abstract." Then check =
the
QEIS box and enter all the required=20
information. Finally, send a brief email giving the title of the paper =
and
the date you submitted the abstract to the=20
President of QEIS, Donald Stump (stump_at_slu.edu). Papers are limited to =
20
minutes reading time.=20
South Central Renaissance Conference website:=20
http://www.cwrl.utexas.edu/~nydam/scrc

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cfp categories: 
renaissance