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CFP: History of Sexuality in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance (1/31/07; 5/3/07-5/6/07)

updated: 
Monday, November 13, 2006 - 4:13am
Britt C Rothauser

CALL OR PAPERS for an International Symposium on History of Sexuality in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, University of Arizona, May 3-6, 2007 (literature, art history, history, sociology, etc.)

Organized by Dr. Albrecht Classen, University Distinguished Professor.

Selected papers will be published by de Gruyter (Berlin and New York).

Submit an abstract, or for further information, please send an abstract by Jan. 31, 2007 to:
 

CFP: Judgment & Apocalypse: Aspects & Approaches (grad) (UK) (2/1/07; 4/13/07-4/14/07)

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Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
KP Clarke

Judgment and Apocalypse: Aspects and Approaches

The third annual Oxford Medieval Graduate Conference will be held at =20
Lincoln College Oxford on April 13th =96 14th 2007 on the theme of =20
Judgement and Apocalypse in the middle ages and Early Modern period. =20=

Contributions are welcome from diverse fields of research such as =20
history of art and architecture, history, theology, philosophy, =20
anthropology, literature and history of ideas.

Papers will be 20 minutes or less.
Please send a 250 word abstract in the body of your email (no =20
attachments please) to oxgradconf_at_gmail.com by 1 February 2007

Suggested topics:

CFP: fragment, 1300-2000 (UK) (12/16/06; 6/29/07-7/1/07)

updated: 
Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
Elisabeth Salter

CALL FOR PAPERS: fragment, cultural histories and vocabularies of the
fragment in text and image, c. 1300-2000.

Keynote Speaker: Stephen Poliakoff
Plenary Speaker: Dr Elizabeth Hallam
Publisher Interested: Manchester University Press
Deadline for Abstracts: 16th December 2006

CFP: Echoing Anglo-Saxon England (grad) (12/1/06; 2/17/07)

updated: 
Friday, November 3, 2006 - 11:09pm
bcm2107_at_columbia.edu

Echoing Anglo-Saxon England: Continuities, Encounters, Influence

The Anglo-Saxon Studies Colloquium 3rd Annual Graduate Student
Conference

Saturday February 17, 2007

UPDATE: Fifth Fifteenth-Century Conference (11/3/06; 5/6/07-5/9/07)

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Friday, November 3, 2006 - 11:06pm
Rob Barrett

Apologies for cross-posting . . .

This message is an updated CFP for the Fifth Fifteenth-Century =20
Conference (sponsored by the Richard III Society and the Program in =20
Medieval Studies and the English Department of the University of =20
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign).

This triennial conference will be held from 5/6/07-5/9/07, the days =20
leading up to the Forty-Second International Medieval Congress at =20
Western Michigan University (5/10/07-5/13/07).

UPDATE: Medieval Culture (11/3/06; PCA/ACA, 4/4/07-4/7/07)

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Sunday, October 15, 2006 - 12:52am
Leslie Fife

    Medieval Popular Culture
  CALL FOR PAPERS
   
  The Medieval Popular Culture area
  of the Popular Culture Association invites
  abstracts for the next annual meeting:
   
  APRIL 4 - 7, 2007
  BOSTON, MA
  Boston Marriott Copley Place
   
  UPDATED SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 3 November 2006
   
  Submissions are welcome on any aspect of popular culture
  in the Middle Ages, as well as on medieval themes, motifs,
  and medievalism in modern popular culture.
   
  We are also soliciting submissions for the following panels:
   
  TEACHING ROUNDTABLE: How to use popular culture
  to teach the Middle Ages, including films, comics, novels,

CFP: London in Text and History, 1400-1700 (UK) (3/1/07; 9/13/07-9/15/07)

updated: 
Sunday, October 15, 2006 - 12:52am
Ian Gadd

London in Text and History, 1400-1700

13-15 September 2007 at Jesus College, Oxford

Organisers: Ian Archer (Oxford), Matthew Davies (Centre for Metropolitan
History, London), Ian Gadd (Bath Spa), Tracey Hill (Bath Spa), Paulina Kewes
(Oxford)

Plenary speakers include: Paul Griffiths, Rob Hulme, Mark Jenner, Mark
Knights and Peter Stallybrass

CALL FOR PAPERS

This conference will focus on the variety of metropolitan identities, and
how these were constructed, represented, and contested by contemporaries
through a variety of media, including text (broadly
defined), visual culture, maps, architecture and performance.

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