UPDATE Medieval Perspectives: From the Mundane to the Miraculous

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New England Medieval Studies Consortium Graduate Conference at the University of Connecticut
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uconn.nemsc@gmail.com

The 27th Annual New England Medieval Studies Consortium
Graduate Student Conference will feature plenary speaker Amy Appleford of Boston University on April 10, 2010.

Abstracts from graduate students are still being accepted on all topics concerning late antiquity through the late Middle Ages. 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 – Language Studies – Literary Studies – Manuscript Studies – Musicology – Philosophy – Paleography – Religious Studies – Urban Studies – Women’s and Gender Studies

Sponsored sessions will be provided by:
Charles A. Owen, Jr. Memorial Library, Journal of Medieval Religious Cultures, New England Saga Society, University of Connecticut Dodd Center

Papers are to be no more than 20 minutes long and read in English. Please send proposals of no more than 200 words, with affiliation and contact details, to Pamela Longo and Jeanette Zissell by February 10, 2010, via email (uconn.nemsc@gmail.com) as a Word attachment, or by post: University of Connecticut Department of English, U-Box 4025, 215 Glenbrook Road, Storrs, CT 06269, USA.

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